Programme will witness a Global CEO Session and Country Panel Discussion
INVC NEWS New Delhi ,
NMDC announced the “International Conference on Minerals and Metals – Outlook 2030”, to be held at New Delhi, on the 9th and 10th of October. The conference is supported by Ministry of Steel, Ministry of Mines, and Ministry of External Affairs, and is being organized by NMDC in association with FICCI and Metalogic.
As is widely known, India is well endowed with minerals. India produces 95 minerals, including fuel, atomic, metallic & non-metallic and minor minerals. India’s mining sector offers tremendous potential and presents a vast opportunity for investors to mine the unexplored regions. In a world governed by increasing volatility, those trading in minerals and metals require absolute clarity in the prices, news and forecasts they receive.
The programme will witness a Global CEO Session and Country Panel Discussion, having participation from top CEOs and country heads of national and international organizations, deliberating on the future of minerals and metals worldwide. The event aims to achieve an understanding of the global commodities market for minerals and metals, highlighting the inter-linkage between mineral development and economic growth, the developments in the international metals market that can impact the Indian metals industry and identifying opportunities in Indian mining and metals. The conference will host over 500 delegates from 16 countries. It plans to offer an effective platform to existing and potential metal producers and miners, both domestic and international, for discussing, planning, and establishing mutually beneficial relationships, and will be addressed by 25 international speakers.
Chaudhary Birender Singh, Hon’ble Minister of Steel, Government of India, would be the Chief Guest and Shri Binoy Kumar, Secretary, Ministry of Steel, GOI will preside over the inaugural function. Shri Vishnu Deo Sai, Hon’ble Minister of State for Steel, Govt. of India would be the Chief Guest of the valedictory function. Shri Sajjan Jindal, MD, JSW Group, Dr Edwin Basson, Director General, World Steel Association, Shri Naveen Jindal, Chairman, Jindal Steel & Power Ltd, Shri Jatinder Mehra, CEO, ESSAR Steel India Ltd along with many Indian and international CEOs and country leaders will also address the conference over the two days. Shri N Baijendra Kumar, IAS, Chairman-Cum-Managing Director, NMDC Ltd., said that this International Conference would not only focus on various aspects of the Mineral and Metal sector but will help to re-dedicate all the stakeholders in achieving targets set by India’s National Steel Policy 2030 also.