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2021-04-20 13:29:00

7TH MOZAMBIQUE MINING, OIL & GAS AND ENERGY CONFERENCE AND EXIBITION

7TH MOZAMBIQUE MINING, OIL & GAS AND ENERGY CONFERENCE AND EXIBITION

 

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 over 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!

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 2021 will grant you access to the major-league who is active in these sectors. You will 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.

 

   
Date   21 – 22 April 2021
   
 Location  Hybrid Event: Maputo, Mozambique
Joaquim Chissano International Conference Centre
   
 Website  https://mozambiqueoilmining.com/
   
 Ticketing   https://ametrade.org/event/mmec-2021/
   
 Contact name  Natercia / Vitor Martins  
   
 Contact email and tel  mmec@ametrade.org 
T +44 207 700 4949 (UK) / +258 84 551 29 03 (MOZ)
   
 Organiser name and website     AME TRADE Ltd  www.ametrade.org
   

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