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3rd Myanmar Mining Summit

18-20 Oct, 2016 - Yangon, MYANMAR

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"Transformation for Sustainable Growth"

 

Opening Address by 

H.E. U Ohn Win,
Union Minister for Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation

 

Official Host

Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation

Myanmar

 

 

3rd Myanmar Mining Summit is now open for registration and exhibition booth booking! Register early and secure your meeting slot with the mining officials!


 

Significant transformation is undergoing now in Myanmar’s mining landscape with the new government taking serious steps to overhaul mining rules and legal framework; a move aiming to elevate Myanmar mining’s profile to new growth of opportunities and investment, as well as towards transparency and sustainability.

 

Successfully organized in Yangon in 2012 and 2013, 3rd Myanmar Mining Summit returns to Yangon this October with the newly merged Ministry of Natural Resources & Environmental Conservation as the official host., CMT’s 3rd Myanmar Mining Summit connects with host of influential speakers and updated agenda on legislation, mineral potential and downstream opportunities, investment and financing options, safety and technologies in this important last mining frontier.

 

Be sure to attend 3rd Myanmar Mining Summit if you are exploring for the opportunities to network with the government officials, financiers, mining experts and local mining companies and operators. Register now with huiyan@cmtsp.com.sg and enjoy early bird discount and the opportunity to have ONE to ONE meeting session with the ministry during the 2 days’ event.

 

Why you should attend 3rd Myanmar Mining Summit:

  • Up to 15 hours for networking and direct interaction with potential partners & opportunities
  • Direct from the Ministry on the mining law amendment & guiding regulation, affirmative incentives to encourage partnerships & investment
  • Find out the latest of Myanmar’s gold & metal exchange
  • Get access to financing options and financiers
  • Latest on progress and experience in current mining projects in Myanmar
  • Efforts towards more inclusive growth, CSR & community engagement
  • Learn on the benchmarking practices in safety & environmentally sustainable mining



VISA INFO FOR FOREIGNERS

LATEST: Passport holders from the following countries are given visa exemption for 14 days
Laos, Vietnam, Philippines, Cambodia, Indonesia, Brunei, Thailand (arriving by air only)

 

CMT strongly recommends pre-arrival application at country of departure.

For BUSINESS VISA application, please contact vendor – Sonny / Khin at sonnyamo@gmail.com, info@myanmarvisa.com

NOTE: CMT accepts no liability for services rendered and/or its outcome

 

Other option available: 
TOURIST e-VISA from http://www.evisa.moip.gov.mm/ - must apply minimum 3 days in advance

 


Why Attend CMT Invest Myanmar Series?

 

1. Proven Track Record

CMT has organized 28 summits in Yangon since March 2012 in key sectors attracting over 4500 delegates from over 50 countries. These include:

 

- Myanmar Construction Summit

- Myanmar Manufacturing Summit

- 1st & 2nd Myanmar Telecoms Update

- 1st, 2nd & 3rd Myanmar Oil, Gas & Power

- 1st, 2nd & 3rd New Myanmar Investment

- 1st & 2nd Myanmar Mining

- 14th & 15th Asia CemenTrade

- 2nd Commercial Farm Asia

- 1st & 2nd Myanmar Real Estate

- 1st, 2nd & 3rd Myanmar POWER Summit

- 3rd RubberPlant Summit

- 9th SugarWorld Asia

- 1st & 2nd Myanmar Consumer Summit

- 1st & 2nd Myanmar Transport & Logistics Summit

- Myanmar Construction Summit

- Myanmar Manufacturing Summit

- 14th Asia Coatings Markets

- 4th Starch World 2015

 

2. Meet Key Officials & Decision-makers

CMT works closely with various ministries. The Ministry of Energy, Ministry of Mines, Ministry of Electric Power, Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Industry & Ministry of Construction act as official host and supporter at many of our summits

 

3. Connect with genuine local or foreign partners

Network with the right persons or companies. We attract the best possible candidates you can pick as business associate or partner.

 

4. Covers All Strategic Sectors

CMT covers all the key sectors - Energy, Mining, Agriculture, Real Estate, Infrastructure, Finance, Power, Telecoms and many more.

 

5. 1 to 1 Meetings with Government Officials

CMT facilitates dedicated private consultation sessions with government officials at our events.

 

CMT Invest Myanmar series provide not mere "information"but "insights" on growth strategies

 

Pre-Summit Workshop
(18 October 2016, 10:00hr – 16:30hr)

Geological Workshop on Mineral Resources in Myanmar & Prospectivity

Workshop Outline:

  • Status of Geosciences & current GSL/MGS memoir of Myanmar
  • Tectonic & metallogenic setting of Myanmar
  • Myanmar mine & mineral deposits
  • Myanmar mineral deposit types & exploration potentials
  • Environment & sustainability of mining sector
  • Panel discussion on mining & exploration in Myanmar
Post-Summit Workshop
(20 October 2016, 14:00hr – 17:00hr)

Best Practice Safety & Sustainable Mining Standards

All mining companies strive to operate safely, minimise environmental disturbance and provide medium to long term benefits to the local community and other stakeholders.  This workshop will present a summary of internationally accepted best practices in safety, environmental management, and community and social responsibility. 

 

The key objectives of the workshop are:

  • Summarise the main international organisations involved in setting standards of practice for the minerals industry
  • Summarise the internationally accepted codes of practice covering the industry
  • Describe the challenges for developing countries to improve standards 
  • Present a range of examples illustrating aspects of safety, environmental management, and community and social responsibility

 

 

Confirmed Speakers to-date from: 
• Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation • University of Tasmania
• Directorate of Investment and Company Administration (DICA) • Japan Oil, Gas And Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC)
• Myanmar Geosciences Society • North Mining Investment Company • AMC Consultants 
• Malaysia Smelting Corporation Berhad • Access Asia Mining • National Prosperity Gold Production Group Ltd.
• Myanmar Wanbao Mining • Phu Bia Mining (part of PanAust Group) • Independent Consulting Geologist
• Triumph (MMT) Co. Ltd. • Myanmar Precious Resources Group • Macle Gem Trade Laboratory

 

News Feed

Myanmar tin mining suspected to be at peak

Posted on : 03 Oct, 2016

 

Myanmar’s re-emergence as a tin producer after more than sixty years has been branded  a “black swan” or extremely unpredictable event. Over the past four years, global tin prices have been depressed with the unexpected supply from Myanmar.

 

Currently, Myanmar is supplying almost ten percent of the world’s needs and a third of Chinas demand for the metal.  Experts are predicting that Myanmar tin has peaked and tin prices globally have steadied in anticipation.  However Myanmar’s tin mines are shrouded in mystery. Located in Man Maw, in the Wa region close to the China border, the mines are controlled by the United Wa State party, which has an armed wing and has long and close ties with China.  Even within the country, people are unclear of the current status of the tin ore.

 

At CMT’s 3rd Myanmar Mining Summit, Oct 18-20, Yangon, more on the state of Myanmar’s Mining industrywill be unveiled. Click here for the full agenda.

 

Read more here….


Myanmar Tin Ore production weigh down by development bottleneck, production costs

Posted on : 13 Sep, 2016

 

For 4 consecutive years, Myanmar Tin ore output has risen 10-fold from mere 5000 metric ton in 2012 to almost 50000 metric ton in 2015. But in 2016 the growth began to slow down. According to Cui Lin, chief China representative of the international Tin Research institute, whose estimate based is on Myanmar’s exports to China, this is due to the depletion in resources and drop in grades.

 

Indeed Myanmar’s tin ore industry is facing not only a development bottleneck but commercial challenges as production moved from open-pit mining to underground mining which involves substantial fixed-asset investment hence increased prodcution costs

 

The country’s output is expected to decline starting next year if more resources aren’t discovered in the near future.

 

Find out more about the state of Myanmar’s mining sector, at the 3rd Myanmar Mining Summit on 18-20 October in Yangon where the newly merged Ministry of Natural Resources & Environmental Conservation and official host, together with a host of influential speakers convene to provide latest update on legislation, mineral potential and downstream opportunities, investment and financing options, safety and technologies in this important last mining frontier

 

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Metro Mining Ltd to acquire Mahar San Copper/VMS Project in Myanmar

Posted on : 18 Jul, 2016

 

Metro Mining’s main focus is its bauxite assets, with construction on its Bauxite Hills project in Cape York expected to start early 2017, subject to project approvals and funding.

 

But the company has also been exploring other interests, and recently entered into an agreement to acquire an 80 per cent stake in the Mahar San Copper/VMS Project in Myanmar.

 

The project is located in the Sagaing Region of northern Myanmar, about 220 kilometres from Mandalay, and is highly prospective for copper, gold and base metal mineralisation in Volcanic Massive Sulphide (VMS) settings.

 

It consists of four concessions for copper exploration. The first three are smaller, ranging from 16 to 20 hectares, while the fourth is a larger concession covering 7.5 square kilometres. The joint venture also covers the Yar Taung Mine exploration and mining project, which comprises 1853.5 acres.

 

Metro Mining will contribute US$62,500 for their 80% interest and Mahar San will contribute to its tenements. In addition, Metro Mining will loan at least US $100,000 per year to undertake drilling, resource definition, feasibility studies and other evaluations.


The company is also open to involving other investors with a focus on Myanmar, during the development of the Mahar San project.

 

Find out more about investment opportunities in Myanmar’s mining sector, at the 3rd Myanmar Mining Summit on 19-20 October in Yangon.


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Speaker Profile

U. Min Zar Ni Lin
Deputy Team Leader & Snr Technical and Policy Analyst, MEITI National Coordination Office
SPEAKER TOPIC
Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Report Updates & Forward Directives
Day 2 [Wed 19, October], at 02:20 PM
Min Zar Ni is a Senior Technical and Policy Analyst at Myanmar EITI Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) National Coordination Office, which was designated by the Myanmar President office, to facilitate a collaborative process with government, private sector and civil society to promote transparency and accountability in the extractive sector of Myanmar. He has been involved on the EITI implementation process in Myanmar since the earlier stage, and served as a Deputy Team Leader ....
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Prof. Khin Zaw
Professor of Economic Geology, University of Tasmania
SPEAKER TOPIC
Mineral Deposit Projects in Myanmar: Their Exploration Potentials & Sustainable Development
Day 2 [Wed 19, October], at 10:15 AM
 Khin Zaw is Professor of Economic Geology at CODES ARC Centre of Excellence in Ore Deposits, University of Tasmania, Australia. He received BSc from Yangon University in 1968, FGA Diploma (Fellowships of Gemmological Association of Great Britain) in 1969, MSc from Queen's University, CANADA in 1976 and PhD from University of Tasmania in 1990. He is Fel....
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Chairman’s Remarks
Day 3 [Thu 20, October], at 09:00 AM
Introduction & Overview
Day 1 [Tue 18, October], at 10:00 AM
Metallogeny of SE Asia & Mineral Potential of Myanmar
Day 1 [Tue 18, October], at 10:30 AM
Cu Deposits of Myanmar
Day 1 [Tue 18, October], at 02:00 PM
Panel Discussion on Mining & Exploration in Myanmar
Day 1 [Tue 18, October], at 04:15 PM
U. Lynn Myint
General Manager, North Mining Investment Company (NMIC)
SPEAKER TOPIC
Feasibility Study on Development of Mwetaung Lateritic Nickel Deposit in Chin State
Day 2 [Wed 19, October], at 02:50 PM
 U Lynn Myint holds a B.S degree in Geology and Diploma in Applied Geochemistry from University of Yangon. His petroleum geological carrier began in 1975 with Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise, Ministry of Energy, Myanmar and spent 35 years as an exploration geologist, oil field geologist, and Chief Geologist before retirement in 2010. At present he is ac....
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