Event Overview

The 7th International Mali Mining and Petroleum Conference & Exhibition (JMP) is set to take place in Bamako, Mali from the 21 – 23 November 2017, bringing together delegates and speakers from all over the world.
Established as one of the West Africa’s leading extractive industry conferences, this event is organised by the Ministry of Mines of Mali, in partnership with AME Trade Ltd.

This year’s theme is

“The exploitation of mineral resources integrated into the economy as a factor of sustainable development”

As the third largest gold producer in Africa, the Ministry aims to strategically develop the national economy through mining revenues. Recent discoveries have elevated Mali’s estimated gold reserves to 822 t, or around 16 years of output at current production levels, attracting more interest in the region.
This in turn, creates additional investment opportunities through expanding and developing reliable energy and transport infrastructure projects.
This internationally recognised conference focuses on encouraging diversification, furthering economic development, improving infrastructure and increasing socio-economic benefits by attracting investors into a vastly untapped mining market.
Attending this event allows delegates to gain mining and petroleum industry insights and learn about the latest technologies and products whilst building brand awareness and key relationships for the benefit of their business.

Reasons to Attend

  • Gain first hand access to decision makers in both the public and private sector
  • Understand the legal and regulatory framework guiding Mali’s extractives industry
  • Find out about investment opportunities geared at fully exploiting Mali’s mineral resources
  • Discover how to tap into areas of Mali that have not as yet been explored for mineral deposits
  • Identify opportunities for infrastructure development targeted at supporting Mali’s natural resources potential
  • Get perspective on the planned energy project developments for the benefit of industry and communities alike
  • Hear about new developments in hydrocarbon exploration projects from the major players

Who Should Attend

  • Government officials and representatives
  • CEO, President, MD, General Manager, CFO, COO
  • Production, operations and maintenance personnel
  • Engineering: management, engineers, geologists, training, human resources
  • Purchasing: sales and marketing
  • Mine supervisors
  • Mine plant managers
  • Financier, bankers and investors
  • Mining consultants
  • Policy and legal advisors

  • Lawyers
  • Mining houses
  • Mining suppliers
  • Government agencies
  • Oil & gas exploration companies
  • Oil & gas service providers
  • Exploration and production technology providers
  • Equipment manufacturers
  • Power project developers and suppliers
  • Software experts