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Mining On Top: Africa – London Summit Creating shared value through African mining One Great George Street, Westminster, London | 24-26 June 2014

SPEAKERS

Just announced Tom Albanese, CEO, Vedanta Resources • Hon Francisco Manuel Monteiro de Queiroz, Minister of Geology and Mines of The Republic of Angola • Hon Tolossa Shagi Moti, Minister of Mines of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia • Hon Alhaji Inusah Fuseini MP, Minister of Land and Natural Resources of Ghana • Hon Tlali Khasu, Minister of Mining Kingdom of Lesotho • Hon Boubou Cisse, Minister of Industry and Mines of Mali • Hon Esperança Bias, Minister of Mineral Resources, Republic of Mozambique • Hon Isak Katali, Minister of Mines and Energy, Namibia • Hon Prof Sospeter Muhongo, Minister of Energy and Minerals Republic of Tanzania • Hon Irene Muloni, Minister of Energy and Mineral Development, Republic of Uganda • Hon Christopher Yaluma MP, Minister of Mines, Energy and Water, Republic of Zambia • Rt Hon Michael Fallon MP, Minister of State for Energy in the Dept of Energy and Climate Change and Minister of State for Business and Enterprise in the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills, United Kingdom • Lynne Featherstone MP, Under Secretary of State for International Development, United Kingdom

• Lord Jonathan Marland, Commonwealth Business Council • Tiyapo Hudson Ngwisanyi, Geological Survey Botswana • Sheila Khama, African Center for Natural Resources, African Development Bank • Catherine Raw, BlackRock Advisory to Africa • Ahmed Heikal, Citadel Capital • Nicola Barnfather, Department for Int’l Development • Roland Janssens, Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund • Ignacio de Calonje, IFC • Michael Jansen, RK Capital • Michael Jarvis, World Bank • Antonio Pedro, UNECA Sub-regional Office for Eastern Africa • Dr Eamonn Barrett, Environmental Resources Management • Tunde Morakinyo, Environmental Resources Management • Frederick W. Davidson, Energold Drilling • James Lewis, Partner, Holman Fenwick Willan • Robert Follie, Partner, Holman Fenwick Willan • Phil Bailey, Mabey Bridge • David Hunter, Mott MacDonald • Akshai Fofaria, Pinsent Masons • Sarah Thomas, Pinsent Masons • Farhad Abasov, Allana Potash

• Andrew Bone, De Beers • Jeff Rayner, Kefi Minerals • Dr Antony Harwood, Montero Mining • Brad Boyle, Triton Minerals • Olivier Rwamasirabo, Vale • Tom Albanese, Vedanta Resources • Edward Harris, Africa Progress Panel • Francesca Purcell, emerge poverty free • Zorka Milin, Global Witness • Capt Peter Taylor, Mammoth Mining • Marinke van Riet, PWYP • Dr Susanne Schmitt, WWF • Amanda Van Dyke, WIM (UK) • Ana Elizabeth Bastida, University of Dundee • Dr Chris Hinde, SNL Metals & Mining • Ian Satchwell, International Mining for Development Centre, The University of Western Australia and The University of Queensland • Hugh Morgan, First Charnock • Ken Smith, Agent General for Queensland • Kevin Skipworth CVO, Agent General for Western Australia

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Mining On Top: Africa brings together all the stakeholders to chart the path for developing the continent’s rich mineral wealth to everyone’s benefit. Carefully selected speakers will consider the most apposite subjects and company presentations will highlight the opportunity Africa presents for suppliers, mining companies and investors.

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Mining On Top: Africa - London Summit Creating shared value through African mining 24-26 June 2014 One Great George Street, Westminster, London Although Africa is still the continent with the lowest per capita gross domestic product, its nations include many of the world’s fastest growing economies. In the first decade of this century, all ten of the fastest growing economies in the world were in Africa, and African foreign direct investment rose five-fold between 2001 and 2010. Indeed, Africa has seen sustained growth since 2000, with the boom being largely commodity driven. Continued maximisation of extractive revenues is essential to support the growing expectations of the expanding middle classes and sustain increased urbanisation of the population. However, commodity prices have declined, from recent highs; exploration spending has slumped and mining companies of all sizes are focusing on reducing costs. How should the resource-rich continent respond? In an environment where the whole world is competing for the benefits that mining can bring, Africa must ensure that it offers a competitive environment for companies to operate in. Transparent and stable taxation regimes, efficient permitting and licensing processes and skilled and healthy workforces are necessary if the continent is to attract mining dollars. Naturally investors and miners must also play their part by supporting responsible infrastructure development, encouraging local content development and beneficiation, acting responsibly towards the environment and local communities, and ensuring that full, prior and informed consent is agreed at every stage of the mining development cycle. Collaboration is required to ensure that Africa’s abundant mineral wealth is developed to the benefit of all. The London Summit again brings all constituents to African mining together to promote understanding, and to grapple with the realities of how this can be achieved.


2014 Summit Programme Day 1 – Monday, 23 June 09.00-13.00 Mining Insight* Workshop providing an overview of the mining industry to those in associated sectors. MINING INSIGHT 13.00-16.00 Tax Transparency for African Governments (invitation only) Workshop run by DFID on tax transparency 16.00-18.00 The evolution of the African Mining Vision (invitation only) Hosted in partnership with the All Party Parliamentary Group Extractive Industries over Afternoon Tea in the Members Dining room, Palace of Westminster (kindly sponsored by ERM) 18.30-20.30 Women in African Mining Reception (invitation only) in the CPA Room, Palace of Westminster (in partnership with WIM (UK)) *Supplemental activity Day 2 – Tuesday, 24 June African mining infrastructure focus 08.30-09.30 Registration and coffee 09.30-09.35 Welcome and introduction 09.35-09.55 Mining’s legacy: thinking beyond the mine  Taking an integrated approach by developing lasting solutions, serving diverse interests, to support local community and economic development. 09.55-10.15 The multiplier effect of infrastructure 10.15-10.30 Country example of the impact of mining infrastructure development 10.30-11.30 Panel Discussion: Considerations in financing infrastructure to support African mining PPP, Sovereign and DFI funding to open up multi-use corridors. Who will fund on-going care and maintenance? 11.30-12.00 Networking break 12.00-12.10 Managing risk and cost in mining infrastructure development 12.10-12.50 Water management considerations:  Preventing AMD; water conservation and re-use; targeting zero liquid discharge; sludge and tailings pond management.  12.50-13.00 Water management project case study 13.00-14.00 Lunch 14.00-14.45 Transport considerations:  Access to mine and from mine to market; access to trains, ports, roads and bridges; maintaining reliable transport systems; and ensuring transport security and safety.  14.45-15.00 Integrated infrastructure project case study 15.00-15.30 Networking break 15.30-16.05 Power supply considerations:  Managing unpredictable power supply and the spiralling costs of energy; building sustainable and reliable power solutions. 16.05-16.15 Integrated power supply project case study 16.15-16.30 The central role of the UK in African mining infrastructure - UKTI 16.30-16.50 Miners as infrastructure companies 16.50-17.00 Closing comments 17.30-19.00 Drinks reception hosted by UKTI, 10 Great George Street, London, SW1P 3AE Day 3 – Wednesday, 25 June Attracting investment for African Mining 08.00-09.00 Registration and coffee 09.00-09.05 Opening remarks 09.05-09.20 The changing role of mining companies in developing economies 09.20-09.40 The state of African mining 09.40-10.30 Country mining snapshot Ministers speak about mining in Angola, Ethiopia, Ghana, Lesotho, Mali 10.30-11.00 Networking break

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Country mining snapshot Ministers speak about mining in Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia Panel Discussion: Attracting investment for African mining  What countries can do to attract investment in a difficult market where raising finance is hard; miners are focused on reduced costs and shareholder returns. Lunch Investor presentation Panel Discussion: African mining risk assessment Examining whether the risks of mining in Africa are different from elsewhere, what are the top risks and do the benefits outweigh them and how they be mitigated? Investor presentation Networking break Investor presentation Panel Discussion: The importance of tax transparency How can companies comply with increased reporting and changing tax rules, are they enough to convince host countries that they are getting a fair deal. The unique challenges and opportunities of operating in Francophone Africa Panel Discussion: Increasing accountability: avoiding the ‘resource curse’ How can government, companies and civil society work together to ensure that mining revenues benefit the local communities? Closing comments Drinks reception hosted by Kevin Skipworth CVO, Agent General for Western Australia, Downer Room, Australian High Commission

Day 4 – Thursday, 26th June The role of mining in development 08.30-09.00 Registration and coffee 09.00-09.05 Opening remarks 09.05-09.20 Supporting economic development in Africa 09.20-09.40 The role of mining in development 09.40-11.00 Panel Discussion: CEO Panel - The role of mining in development CEOs discuss what their companies do to support development through mining in Africa. 11.00-11.30 Networking break 11.30-11.40 Investor presentation 11.40-12.20 Panel Discussion: Enabling self-sustainability: the changing role of CSR in mining What is the acceptable level of contribution that mining companies should make to community development? How can companies balance support with enabling selfsustainability? 12.20-12.30 Investor presentation 12.30-13.30 Lunch 13.30-14.20 Panel Discussion: Environment and biodiversity considerations  Building the price of environmental protection measures into operating costs; environmental protection and restoration; sustaining biodiversity. 14.20-14.30 Investor presentation 14.30-15.00 Networking break 15.00-16.00 Panel Discussion: Creating shared value - beneficiation and local content Ensuring that mining benefits indigenous people by keeping value add services in the Continent. Is local content developed enough to provide what is required, and how can additional capacity be built? 16.00-16.20 Closing keynote 16.20-16.30 Closing comments

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Country roundtables programme Day 2 – Tuesday, 24 June

Day 4 – Thursday, 26th June

12.00-13.00

09.00-10.00

Cameroon mining roundtable TBC Hosted by

Hosted by Hon Francisco Manuel Monteiro de Queiroz, Minister of Geology and Mines

Supported by 14.00-15.00

Supported by

Botswana mining roundtable Hosted by Tiyapo Hudson Ngwisanyi, Geological Survey

10.00-11.00

Supported by

Lesotho mining roundtable Hosted by Hon Tlali Khasu, Minister of Mining

11.30-12.30

Supported by Allana Potash, Kefi Minerals

Uganda mining roundtable Hosted by Hon Irene Muloni, Minister of Energy and Mineral Development

13.30-14.30

Supported by

Day 3 – Wednesday, 25 June

15.00-16.00

Ghana mining roundtable Hosted by Hon Alhaji Inusah Fuseini MP, Minister of Land and Natural Resources Supported by

14.00-15.00

Mali mining roundtable Hosted by Hon Boubou Cisse, Minister of Industry and Mines

Supported by 11.50-12.50

Ethiopia mining roundtable Hosted by Hon Tolossa Shagi Moti, Minister of Mines

Supported by 16.00-17 .00

Republic of Congo mining roundtable TBC Hosted by

Supported by 15.00-16.00

Angola mining roundtable

Namibia mining roundtable Hosted by Hon Isak Katali, Minister of Mines and Energy Supported by

Mozambique mining roundtable Hosted by Hon Esperança Bias, Minister of Mineral Resources Supported by Triton Minerals

15.30-16.30

Tanzania mining roundtable Hosted by Hon Prof Sospeter Muhongo, Minister of Energy and Minerals Supported by Kibo Mining, Montero Mining

16.30-17.30

Zambia mining roundtable Hosted by Hon Christopher Yaluma MP, Minister of Mines, Energy and Water, Supported by

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