We are delighted that the 8th Mozambique Mining, Oil & Gas & Energy Conference and Exhibition (MMEC) returns to Maputo, Mozambique, on 29 – 30 of March 2022. The event will be held at the prestigious Joaquim Chissano Conference Centre and the main theme of this edition is “Sustainable Development Across The Entire Mineral and Energy Value Chain”.
MMEC 2022 will focus on key developments, local content, climate change and emerging policies and projects in Mozambique’s Energy and extractive industries, in a world post pandemic. It will showcase Mozambique as a business-friendly country where policy reforms are being implemented to encourage the flow of domestic and foreign direct investment into the energy and extractives industry. It will also contribute to achieving the objectives of promoting employment generation, improved foreign exchange earnings and wealth creation in the country. Do not miss it and get your invitation here.
MMEC 2021 was officially opened by H.E. Filipe Nyusi, the President of Mozambique, with H.E. Ernesto Max Tonela, Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy. The Opening Ceremony was held at the Joaquim Chissano Conference Centre on 21 April 2021 in closed doors.
MMEC 2021 was officially endorsed by the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy of Mozambique and by ENH – Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos E.P. The event was organised under the hybrid format, having the Opening Ceremony live in Maputo, in closed doors, and broadcasted online for the virtual participants. MMEC 2021 brought a new agenda with two-day of interesting sessions and debates, also including a post-conference webinar on the theme “Looking ahead-considering green growth for the natural resources sector.” Register and access all recordings here.
Since 2008, MMEC has been covering the key developments, policies and projects in Mozambique’s extractive industries. It has become an important networking platform for all stakeholders by showcasing the huge opportunities in the Mining, Energy and Oil & Gas sectors and their ramification on the national economy.
With 400 participants originating from Mozambique’s Mining, Energy, Oil and Gas industries, MMEC presents a unique event that connects the main stakeholders of these sectors. The conference features a dedicated networking platform that allows you to maximize your participation!
Being one of the leading event organisers in the African extractive industries by bringing all industry stakeholders together through common themes, we have built knowledge and intelligence over the years in the mining sector. We have used our expertise to create a report detailing exclusive mining infrastructure projects in West Africa, allowing you to find out how to tender for projects, what opportunities are available, and the effect that COVID-19 has had on the projects and commodity prices.
MMEC gathers the most influential stakeholders – financiers, investors, national and international operators, government officials, etc – in Mozambique’s Mining, Oil & Gas and Energy sectors.
Attending MMEC grants you access to the major-league who is active in these sectors. You also benefit from the knowledge presented in the focused conference stream. This is what makes MMEC an important asset in establishing your investment strategy in the country for the next two years.