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The recent years have seen not only a tightening of the global minerals market in terms of high demand and high prices, several countries have also imposed restrictions on exports of such resources. Most experts believe that the current low prices of resources are going to be short-lived. Given this, it is important that enough investment takes place in the Indian mining sector both for exploration as well actual mining to ensure resource security and to keep its growth momentum accelerating.
 
For quite sometime, the Indian mining sector has faced serious policy uncertainty that affected investment in the sector. It is expected that the new MMDR Amendment Act, 2015 will result into simplification of procedures and avoidance of delay in the mining sector in the country. It will provide an enabling environment for the investors and at the same time bring a balance by providing appropriate measures to address social and environmental concerns, also to ensure that the investors get social license to operate. While this new Act has been widely held for its several positive features, some experts have expressed doubt if It will also promote maximum exploration for all potential mineral resources, enhancing resource security of the country.
 
In order to discuss the above and the related issues, ASSOCHAM is organizing ‘India Mining Summit’ to be held on 22nd September 2015 in Hotel The Lalit, New Delhi. It is a part of an ongoing effort by ASSOCHAM to catalyze the development of mines and metallurgy
Sector in the country.
 
Deliverables
  • Gain the latest insight on the policy initiatives in mineral exploration and development.
  • Share the views of industry experts regarding Mines & Mineral Industry.
  • Participate in the question and answer session.
  • Get updates on Investment in upcoming projects and technology infusion.
  • Seize meaningful networking opportunities with industry leaders and policy makers.
Objective

The objective of the summit is to discuss the key issues affecting the Mines and Mineral sector in the country and would be a platform for exchange of ideas by various stakeholders.

Key Issues
  • Renewals of Mining lease and auction process
  • Evacuation infrastructure
  • Efficiency and zero waste in mining
  • Incentivizing R&D scientific mining with latest technologies
  • Exploration and regional surveys
  • Incentivizing private investment
  • Social concerns and  District Mineral Fund( DMF)
  • Environmental concerns and  Sustainable development Framework(SDF )
Target Audience
  • Domestic & International Mining Companies
  • Representatives from mineral rich states
  • Government departments and agencies
  • Managers from private and public sector
  • Agencies engaged in geological surveys
  • Mineral processors & consumers
  • Heavy  equipment suppliers
  • Technology providers
  • R & D institutions and Technology providers
  • Project managers and Environment Engineers
  • Environment engineers
  • Logistics and Shipping Companies
  • Consultants & Traders
  • Banks & financial institutions
  • Private equity firms & venture capitalist

Registration Fees: 

  • Rs. 3,000/- per delegate on non – residential basis: For three or more delegates from the same organization, a discount of 10% will be offered.