2013 will be a critical year for Mongolia, given expected production output of the Mongolian mining sites, a resultant increasing strain on the existing power sector, and the ambitious first steps towards Mongolia’s renewable energy goals. The bridge –in some cases quite literally – between success and failure is the need for new and improved infrastructure within the country to support its growth.
With the establishment of the PPP unit and the change in parliament, the outlook of infrastructure is taking on a new form. What will be the future role of Multilaterals and ECA’s with the government’s newly raised 1.5 billion bond? How may international banks and insurance firms fuel project finance? Will Mongolia’s rise in fame continue with the mining sector or stem from its potential in renewable energy?
Euromoney Seminar’s Mongolia Power, Energy, and Infrastructure Summitwill bring together independent power providers, asset management firms, local banks, international law firms, and government ministries in a dedicated in-country forum to enable senior level discussions between the public and private sector to facilitate solutions to these issues.
We look forward to welcoming you to Ulaanbaatar in May.
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