Under The Patronage of The Custodian of The Two Holy Mosques King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
The world is rapidly transitioning to a more sustainable future, and the production of green metals is becoming increasingly important.
Collaboration between governments, industry, and civil society to encourage innovation, investment, and standardization, along with promoting supply chain transparency, can help accelerate the adoption of sustainable green metal production methods.
The Future Minerals Forum (FMF) is an exclusive event that aims to bring together key players in the digital and technology sector working with mineral and mining leaders from the super region of Africa, Western and Central Asia.Download Brochure >
Technology companies drive the development and adoption of green technologies metal and mineral production. Striving to minimize environmental impact, conserve resources, and promote sustainability by enabling alternative extraction methods and by pushing for greener alternatives, technology companies contribute to a more responsible mineral value chain. Participating organization profiles include:
Strategic Objective: FMF’s ambition and objective is to help mineral-rich countries meet the rapidly growing global demand for critical minerals and develop their economies. A key focus area for 2024 will be about the latest in green metals, extraction technologies, and new manufacturing processes that produce metals with lower energy consumption and emissions.
Partnership: By attending the FMF, you will unlock investment and partnership opportunities in green metal production and related sectors such as logistics and transportation. You will also gain insights on how green metal production can prevent potential supply chain vulnerabilities and mitigate the risk of price volatility.
Attracting Capital: The forum will provide a platform to understand how green metal production can attract foreign investment from companies that are looking to source sustainable and ethically produced metals. This can provide a source of capital for green metal production and contribute to economic development.
Scalability: Tackling cost and scalability issues must be addressed to ensure that green metal production can become a viable and competitive alternative to traditional mining.
Standardization: Certification and standardization is essential to enable a more transparent and comparable evaluation of different green metal production methods.
The Future Minerals Forum is organized by the Ministry of Industry and Mineral Resources of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Learn more about the Kingdom’s Minerals potential as part of the super region.