This post concludes the archives of my Global Mining and Financing Issues Blog that I was running 2009-2011. At this time the Blog was visited daily - I got over 300,000 pageviews from all over the world. The Mines & Money 2011 show was my last effort with Earthstone Holdings, after that - I moved to other businesses in Indonesia (one other Blog in Indonesia, though not a big one, was Oil and Gas Issues in Asia (2013) where I covered some topical issues). I do hope that this archive may be of a use for scholars and professional, since some information presented is more or less actual. I witness the interest now with daily hits on my archive pages.
THIS POST WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED AUGUST 01, 2011
Mines and Money London 2011
December 6-7, 2011, Earthstone sponsored Mines and Money London 2011 Conference at Business Design Centre, Islington, London.
It is well known that London is one of the financial centers of the world, and this event served its purpose for the global mining industry to cultivate long term partnerships with its mining stakeholders and investors. Despite negative economic news from the Eurozone and the ongoing banking crisis, a lot of investors were present at the Conference. That shows that miners appear to offer good investment potential in a market where other sectors are suffering.Earthstone opened the Plenary Session with the corporate presentation
- this report planted the seeds in minds of many investors and industry professionals that followed up with their visits to Earthstone’ Meeting Room
As a Special Guest for Earthstone, the delegation of Mali Ministry of Mines, headed by Honorable Amadou Cisse, was attending the show. Corporate top management and officials from Mali were engaged in a number of fruitful negotiations and discussions with investors and mining professionals on development of mining projects in West Africa