Mustafa Makki

Mustafa Makki

Owner of the National Geological Database Saudi Geological Survey

Makki started as a hydrogeologist in the BRGM geological mission in Jeddah in 1997, then joined the core team of the Earth Sciences Database, was named head of the Earth Sciences Database at the Saudi Geological Survey—SGS since its inception in 1999, then director of the SGS Spatial Information Systems Department, and finally owner of the NGD initiative.

Makki was in charge of different geological database projects, such as mineral occurrence databases, geological maps database, geochemical surveys database, bibliography database, geodetic survey database, mining database, and uranium and thorium exploration database in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in applied geology from King Abdulaziz University, KSA, and a master’s degree in computer science from Swansea University, UK.
 

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Wednesday 11/05/2022

From 11:00 To 12:30

05/11/2022 11:00 05/11/2022 12:30 Saudi Arabia Country Case Study

Under the Saudi Vision 2030, the mining sector has been declared to become the third pillar of its industrial growth. Saudi Arabia is estimated to contain $1.3 trillion worth of potential mineral value, across numerous commodities, including gold, copper, phosphate, iron ore, rare earth minerals and many others.

A journey of the development of mining & mineral industries will be demonstrated, giving an overview of the Saudi geological database, mining investment opportunities, regulations & law, and financial incentives for our potential investors.

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"Saudi Arabia Country Case Study"

Abdulrahman AlBelushi Dr. Abdullah Alnabhan H.E. Eng. Khalid Saleh AlMudaifer Haya AlKahtani Jameel AlGhamdi Jawaher AlDughaither Musad AlDaood Mustafa Makki
Time and date

Wednesday 11/05/2022

From 11:00 To 12:30

05/11/2022 11:00 05/11/2022 12:30 Saudi Arabia Country Case Study

Under the Saudi Vision 2030, the mining sector has been declared to become the third pillar of its industrial growth. Saudi Arabia is estimated to contain $1.3 trillion worth of potential mineral value, across numerous commodities, including gold, copper, phosphate, iron ore, rare earth minerals and many others.

A journey of the development of mining & mineral industries will be demonstrated, giving an overview of the Saudi geological database, mining investment opportunities, regulations & law, and financial incentives for our potential investors.

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