SEA Mining Summit (SEAMS) is the first mining investment and partnership event connecting the most important global mining stakeholders with partnership, capital raising, and innovative advancement opportunities in South East Asia.

Why you should attend:

1. Expand your network at the only event featuring never-before heard projects in SEA Mining projects
2. Enjoy excellent networking opportunities ensuring personal contact with government officials and potential partners
3. Learn from Innovative ways to hear the most promising mining projects in the region – Mining Idol 2014™, roundtables
and focus sessions, Government and Investor Session
4. Benefit from a targeted meeting that will attract junior miners in the region and international mining companies and
investors wanting to assess the opportunities in SEA
5. Create synergy with our partnership with key association from Malaysia, Philippines and Indonesia.

Topics to be covered include:

– Regulatory Updates from Key government officials and policy makers
– Outlook for SEA Mining industry
– Investor Panel: Opportunities and Challenges in Investing in Mining in the Region
– Roundtable discussions on hard hitting issues
– PLUS one-to-one business matching meetings
– Featuring mining project gems you have not heard about guaranteed to excite you

Countries of Focus:

Malaysia has large resources of tin and such tin-associated minerals as ilmenite, monazite and struverite, which is a columbium (niobium)-tantalum-bearing mineral. Malaysia’s tin reserves ranked as the world’s third largest. It is in the world’s top ten producers for refined tin, rare earths and mined tin.
A Rising Star In Asia Mining. With an abundance of mineral resources on offer, the future growth prospects of Philippines’ mining sector is looking rosy with the recent lifting of the ban on new mining applications. We expect the country’s mining industry value to reach US$7.5bn by 2017, growing at an annual average rate of 13.1% from 2012 levels.
Indonesia has the world’s largest reserves of minerals, endowed with a wide range of key minerals. It is the world’s second largest producer of tin and nickel and the fourth largest copper producer. The country also produces significant quantities of coal, gold, bauxite, phosphates and iron sand, and has the potential for alluvial diamond production. The value of the mining industry is estimated US$123billion in 2014