The European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) is a global professional, not-for-profit association for geoscientists and engineers with approximately 19,000 members worldwide. It provides a global network of commercial and academic professionals to all members. The association is truly multi-disciplinary and international in form and pursuits.
All members of EAGE are professionally involved in (or studying) geophysics, petroleum exploration, geology, reservoir engineering, mining and mineral exploration, civil engineering, tunneling and environmental matters.
EAGE operates two divisions: the Oil & Gas Geoscience Division and the Near Surface Geoscience Division.
EAGE organises the following activities for its members:
– Events (conferences, exhibitions, workshops)
– Publications (journals, books)
– Educational Programmes (short courses, lectures)
– Student Programmes
EAGE’s Head Office is located in the Netherlands and has Regional Offices in Houten (Europe Office), Moscow (Russia & CIS Office), Dubai (Middle East Office), Kuala Lumpur (Asia Pacific Office) and Bogota (Americas Office).
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CONFEDEM main purpose is protecting the interests of their members, in front of the European Union, the Central and Regional Governments, Local Authorities and other entities and represents mining related companies, from extractive to metallurgy including engineering and consulting of a private or public nature. It extends its performance to all kind of matters (economic, tax, social, environmental, research and development etc..,) covering globally the issues that can arise from the afiliates bussiness activities.
CONFEDEM transversely encompasses almost the entire mining and entrepreneurship in our country, gathering directly at national level to the two most important both Energy Sector Federations as the Aggregates and Natural and Built (CARBUNION and FENAMI) and indirectly and through this last four sub-regional organizations and provincial level (AEPA Castilla La Mancha; ACANGRA; AEEM and AFAREM, AMINER in Andalucia) along with a large and distinguished group of major Spanish companies composed of both national groups and marking renowned internationally, as MAXAM, nationwide, or SAMCA Group, for leading companies such as ; Atlantic Copper (Freeport Mcmoran Copper & Gold Inc); ICL Iberia; Valoriza Minería (SACYR Group); Cobre Las Cruces (FIRST QUANTUM); Berkeley Minera Spain; Orovalle (ORVANA); MATSA (MUBADALA), Atalaya Mining, etc ..., covering Coal; Zinc; Industrial Minerals; Nickel; Argent, Gold; Lead; the sodium and potassium salts; Uranium; Wolfram; Tin, Tantalium, Copper and its Hydrometallurgy and Metallurgy and the manufacture of explosives.
The Bulgarian Chamber of Mining and Geology is a national representative non-governmental business organization in the field of mining and related activities in Bulgaria, established in 1991.
The Chamber is a member of the Bulgarian Industrial Association, the Confederation of Employers and Industrialists in Bulgaria, the European Association of Mining, Metal Ores and Industrial Materials (EUROMIN) and the European Association for Coal and Lignite (EVROCOL).
The Bulgarian Chamber of Mining and Geology supports the UN Global Compact and is an active member of the Bulgarian UN DG Network.
At present it brings together 116 companies and organizations from eight sub-ranges: "Extraction of metal minerals", "Mining of non-metallic minerals - industrial materials", "Oil and natural gas extraction", "Coal mining" of inert and building materials "," Extraction of rock-cloth materials "," Geology "," Serving branches activities - science, engineering, mining, trade, etc. ". The members of the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry provide high representativeness - from 50 to 100% of all companies operating in the respective sub-ranges. They form between 3 and 4% of the gross domestic product of the country, jobs for nearly 30,000 people, and other related activities to another 120,000 people.
The International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment (IAEG) was founded in 1964 and is affiliated to the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS). IAEG is a worldwide scientific society with more than 5,200 members and 59 national groups. The official languages of the IAEG are English and French.
The aims of the International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment are:
to promote and encourage the advancement of Engineering Geology through technological activities and research to improve teaching and training in Engineering Geology, and to collect, evaluate and disseminate the results of engineering geological activities on a worldwide basis.
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EME Outlook is a digital and print product aimed at boardroom and hands-on decision-makers across a wide range of industries in the region.
With content compiled by our experienced production team ensuring delivery to the highest standards, we look to promote the latest in engaging news, industry trends and success stories from the length and breadth of both Europe and the Middle East.
The magazine is owned and published by Outlook Publishing, who also produce global business titles, Asia Outlook and Africa Outlook, providing a superb platform for advertisers and media partners to showcase your services and place you in the hands of the continent’s most influential people.
NTS under MDGM is a voluntary, non-governmental, politically unrelated, non-profit creative and professional association. More than 1,500 scientists, engineers, technicians and other mining, geology and metallurgy specialists, as well as legal entities from the country and abroad, are associated with this activity. The Union is an association for private benefit and acts in favour of its members. NTS is a regular member of the Federation of Scientific and Technical Unions in Bulgaria and since 2003 has started the replacement of the membership cards with new federal alliances.
There are 14 regional organizations, 34 scientific and technical societies and clubs and 6 integrated units. The collective members of the Union are currently 25.
The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) is a major UK engineering institution whose activities encompass the whole materials cycle, from exploration and extraction, through characterisation, processing, forming, finishing and application, to product recycling and land reuse. It exists to promote and develop all aspects of materials science and engineering, geology, mining and associated technologies, mineral and petroleum engineering and extraction metallurgy, as a leading authority in the worldwide materials and mining community.
IOM3 was formed from the merger of the Institute of Materials and the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy in June 2002. Its roots go back to the Iron and Steel Institute which was established in 1869. It received Royal Charters in 1899 and 1975. It merged with the Institute of Packaging (2006) and the Institute of Clay Technology (2006). In the Summer of 2009 the Institute reached an agreement with the Institute of Wood Science to transfer all its members and activities to IOM3. In November 2010, IOM3 also embraced the activities and membership of the Institute of Vitreous Enamellers.
REDIMIN Mining Magazine is an electronic magazine of Mining that disseminates all the information about new technologies and advances applied in Mining.
We also distribute information about the main mining explorations all over the world by sending our Exploration Bulletin to potential investors located in the main investment tables around the world.
Our Electronic Magazine contains a total audience of 55 thousand subscribers, we started in South America and now we are an Electronic Mining Magazine with a great interest in spreading the future of Mining, from its discoveries in explorations to the development of new technologies applied to exploitation and extraction.
The Association of British Mining Equipment Companies (ABMEC) is the only British trade body representing the mining equipment companies. Its members design, manufacture and offer services to the global mining industry.
With a nationwide membership, ABMEC is the voice of SMEs and larger organisations on worldwide platforms where, as an individual, it may be difficult to contribute or participate.
ABMEC supports its members by promoting their products and services worldwide, using several different media, including the Internet, trade missions and exhibition service.
The European Federation of Geologists (EFG) is a non-governmental organisation that was established in 1980 and includes today 26 national association members.
EFG is a professional organisation whose main aims are to contribute to a safer and more sustainable use of the natural environment, to protect and inform the public and to promote a more responsible exploitation of natural resources.
EFG’s members are National Associations, NAs, whose principal objectives are based in similar aims. The guidelines to achieve these aims are the promotion of excellence in the application of geology and the creation of public awareness of the importance of geoscience for the society.
In 2014 Serbia mining industry has established the Geological and Mining Association of Serbia (GRAS), first and biggest business association of mining companies in Serbia. Association gathers most of the foreign and private domestic exploration and mining companies, and geological and mining consulting companies from Serbia. GRAS is founded to represent and advocate mining industry, provide coordination between mining companies from the private sector and other interested parties, to advance the general understanding, prominence, and future potential of the geo-mining industry in Serbia, introduce best practice in geo-mining regulation, improve government and public awareness of best practice to mining, cutting red tape, etc. Since founding, GRAS has had a proactive role in drafting mining law, with the final outcome of adoption of current mining law with security of tenure defined for the first time in Serbian mining history. GRAS is proud member of EUROMINES.