Back for a 4th year, The Turkey-Eurasia Mining Show with gather ministers, mining companies, investors and key solution providers to unearth the region's potential.
Don't miss out on this unique chance to get your share of the massive mining sector.
Countries covered at this year's Eurasia mining show include:
• On the borderline between the East and West, Serbia is the gateway to Europe and a great strategic location for mining activity
• The region has much potential for mineral exploration particularly for gold and copper
• Precious metals, including gold and silver, are present in deposits in Eastern Serbia
• Gold grades as high as 5 g/t can occur in the high-sulphidation type ores at Bor, which is the site of one of the largest copper mines in Europe
• Turkey’s mineral potential is outstanding. The collision of 2 continents with different geologic and techtonic settings, results in Turkey having an abundance of mineral wealth.
• Turkey is in the 10th place throughout the world according to mineral variety and 28th for its production of underground resources.
• Key minerals and metals include gold, chromium, coal, boron and zinc
• At the heart of the Balkans, Bulgaria has a long mining history with many prospective mineral deposits yet to be developed
• Mineral deposits and major occurrences, including large reserves of iron ore, manganese, copper, chromium and gold, are distributed throughout the region
• With an emerging precious metals belt, the mining potential of Bulgaria is abundant
• One of worlds most important mineral producers; ranked among the top 15 mineral rich countries in world - one of the largest producers of iron ore, steel and copper
• More than 55 billion tons of valuable mineral reserves as well as rich oil & gas reserves
• Benefits from strategic location being surrounded by Middle East, Asia, Central Asia, Europe & Africa
• Access to suitable roads, abundant energy & gas resources & free economic zones that offer incentives such as tax exemption
• Azerbaijan is rich in deposits of natural minerals. Situated in South-Western Asia, bordering the Caspian Sea with a small European portion north of the Caucasus range
• Azerbaijan produces a wide range of metals and industrial minerals, including such metals as alumina and iron ore.
• The country also has reserves of rare and fine metals, semi-precious stones, as well as a wide variety of underground sources of thermal.
• Uzbekistan has the fourth largest known gold reserves in the world and is the 9th largest gold-producing country.
• Favorable geology makes mining conditions in Uzbekistan ideal as many of the gold deposits are shallow, lying at depths of 50 to 100 m.
• During the next 10 to 12 years, Uzbekistan will initiate mining operations at 20 new gold deposits with a record level of capital investment
• A prosperous mining hub, Kazakhstan’s resources and base consists of 5,004 fields with a net worth of 1 trillion USD.
• Mining makes up more that 60% of the country’s total industrial production and the government are working to create favorable conditions to encourage exploration.
• With the second largest reserve of chrome ore in the world - 30% of the global reserves- Kazakhstan is attracting attention from the global mining industry.
• An exciting region for untapped mineral resources, Kyrgyzstan has deposits of precious, non-ferrous metals, rare metals and non-ore minerals
• The economic potential of mineral resources of Kyrgyzstan is very high; the country has one of Asia’s largest gold deposits with reserves estimated at 514t.