Presentation Opportunities

Since 2005 MINEX Forum has organised over 100 mining events focusing on investment, technological and regulation developments across the Eurasian continents. MINEX Forum events regularly attract some of the biggest names in the industry.

With many mining trade events cancelled or delayed, MINEX Forum offers supply chain companies a versatile virtual platform for presenting their technologies and services mining projects operators in Europe and globally.

Call for industry experts

Industry Experts, Government Officials, Investment Analysts are invited to submit abstracts suitable for Keynote sessions and panel discussions (see program) free of charge.

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Impact of Covid-19 on Mining Industry in Europe

The coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic has caused global stock markets to drop, commodity prices to tumble and mine production outputs globally to take severe hits. The session will provide an outlook of the current state of the regional mining industry and offer a view of post- COVID-19 domestic and international developments.


European Mining: Economic, Political And Social Overview

European Mineral Exploration overview. Where are the exploration hotspots and who are major players? Are new mines being planned in Europe and where? How is the EU securing its supply of critical resources? Where the investors are looking to invest? Europe’s mining regions – business and risks update.


Present and Future of Financing Mining in Europe

Following the global commodities crash in 2011/2012 creative alternative solutions for raising cash became available in the junior mining sector replacing traditional platforms. In 2020 virus-precipitated unprecedented economic downturn is causing severe disruption to global financial markets, which raises question of funding for exploration and mining in Europe. Investors and professional advisors will examine the current state of the financial market and discuss new alternative financing for mining industry in the current climate.


The Role of Mining in Europe’s Re-industrialisation

In 2012 the European Commission stated aim of increasing the share of manufacturing in total gross value added from 15.5% at that time to 20% by 2020. In its 2030 Industry Vision it has committed to boosting the transformation of the industry by stimulating innovation and promised to introduce new policies to ensure that European industry becomes climate-neutral, circular and resource efficient, with reliable access to low carbon energy and raw materials. Is Europe ready for shifting from industry globalisation to localisation model? What role is reserved for mining industry in Europe’s Industry Vision 2030? Who will supply mineral resources to major infrastructure development programs committed by the European Governments to stabilise economic downturn? What provisions are being planned to maintain mining industry?


Building a Safer and more Robust Mining

• Autonomous mining technologies and cases.
• Development of carbon free mines.
• Self-driving haul systems.
• Redesign of supply chains.
• Implementation of new tailing management guidelines.
• Wider use of blockchain technologies


Is the European Mining Sustainable Under Current ESG Pressures?

• Investor perspectives
• Government perspectives
• Company case studies

  • Speakers and panelists are empowered with many opportunities for raising their profile and disseminating information about their projects, ideas, experiences, or products to the Forum’s audience.
  • Presentation slides will be included in the post-event materials and distributed to all delegates.
  • All presenters will have a dedicated profile page with the interactive form created on the Forum website.
  • Other Forum participants will be able to reach speakers before, during, or after the Forum via the online contact form.

Eastern and Central Europe Edition

Speakers must submit registration before 15 May.
Speakers must submit slides before 1 June.

Northern, Western and Southern Europe Editions

Speakers must submit registration before 15 June.
Speakers must submit slides before 30 June.