London, Nov 18 – Tradeshow and Conference organiser AME Trade Ltd London, has announced dates for the MOTA ’23 Conference, along with unveiling the 2023 location as Paris, France.  This 6th Annual conference will take place on the 12 & 13 July 2023, in Paris.  The conference will run under the theme, “Mining Tomorrow: Collaboration & Partnership for Sustainable Mining”.

Interviews with Investors and African mining companies’ executives are already well underway, to establish key talking points.

Highlights of the conference themes:

  • In-depth discussions around the energy transition
  • Insights into current trends in raising finance including increasing investment in exploration and primary extraction and factors impacting the lack of available investment
  • Working through demand modelling for battery minerals in Africa, and key regions and evaluating raw material supply scenarios across various timelines
  • Highlighting predictable and consistent policy and regulatory frameworks, and what is needed for the energy transition including protecting domestic markets
  • Developing critical mineral projects and looking at current technology challenges and tomorrow’s mining trends
  • Rethinking technology, the technology RENOVATION
  • Dissecting the future role of ESG in mine Project Finance and minimising the social cost of mining projects
  • How to formalise artisanal mining activities, available paths to investment
  • The electric car demand and the effects on state power grids

The company has said “The annual event connects mining and exploration companies, government representatives, and investors to drive further investment in mining activities on the continent. This event is a meeting place for government officials looking for in-country investment, investors including mining majors looking for new projects, and explorers looking to raise capital” Daniel Coberman, Director and Co-Founder AME Trade LTD.

The event provides a unique opportunity for industry executives to meet and network.  While engaging with media, raising finance, and investing in projects, at an executive level in a mining community setting.  The event also furthers Europe’s investment interest in African mining.

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