A delegation from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, headed by the Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources, His Excellency Bandar Bin Ibrahim Al-Khorayef will shed light on the second & third licensing rounds at Saudi Arabia, Umm Ad Damar, and Muhaddad Cu/Zn/Au/Pb.

Two major exploration licenses that are part of the mineral-rich Arabian Shield.

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About The Saudi Showcase

The Saudi Arabia showcase will share an overview of the mining sector set to become the third pillar of Saudi industrial growth, with a planned contribution to the country’s GDP of USD$64 billion by 2030.

Saudi Arabia’s ambition is to become a leading country in several mineral value chains where we are providing unique value propositions to our investors, designed to de-risk their investments and enhance their investment journey.

Saudi Arabia is also working to create a mining ecosystem that assures transparency, sustainability, and ease of doing business to offer an exceptional experience for investors in the mining sector.

39,000 km2

Mining area used

#10

The world’s largest cement producer in 2021

360

Mining Complexes

4.5Moz

of gold sold since 1988

2,126

Active Licenses for reconnaissance, exploration and exploitation

6.5 Mt

Yearly production of Phosphate

420 M

Tons of minerals exploited

7.8M tonnes

Domestic steel production

~250,000

Working in Mining and Metals industry

$7 B

Mineral value chains delivered in gross exports

1,800 kt

Smelter Grade Alumina production (2019)

210,000t

Titanium pigment capacity

593,000t

Aluminum sold (2019)

15,600t

Titanium sponge capacity

360

Mining Complexes

Overview of the first project - Umm Ad Damar

Overview of the second project - Muhaddad

Web Links & Contacts

The Ministry of Industry and Mineral Resources aims to advance the industrial and mining sectors and contribute to achieving sustainable development in line with the Kingdom's Vision 2030, which adopted strategic options to diversify the national economy and raise the mining contribution to the GDP.

The Saudi Geological Survey is responsible for all specialized earth science works in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, from the basic works on geologic mapping to the conduct of applied geoscientific studies, especially on mineral and groundwater explorations and the development of mineral resources, including the provisions of investment opportunities in the field of mining.

For More information please contact the below:

Miningbidding@mim.gov.sa

https://mining.mim.gov.sa/pages/public/MiningCompetition.xhtml