MFAT State Secretary D. Tsogtbaatar, Governor Bill Weld,
senior execs of four large mining companies featured at the
NAMBC’s 21st Annual General Meeting, April 27-28, 2011,
Washington, DC; Peabody Energy is Host Sponsor

The keynote address at our AGM will be delivered by His Excellency Damdin Tsogtbaatar, State Secretary of Mongolia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.  Tsogtbaatar previously served as Foreign Policy Advisor to two Presidents of Mongolia and is one of North Asia 's leading authorities on the WTO and international law. The meeting’s speaker line-up features top executives of four leading mining companies, including Governor Bill Weld, a member of the Oyu Tolgoi LLC Board of Directors.

Peabody Energy, the largest private-sector coal company in the world, is the General Host Sponsor for our 2011 AGM . Peabody won multiple honors for its completion of Mongolia 's first coal mine restoration project at the former Ereen Mine near the northern city of Bulgan . The project team restored a 16-hectare area to hardy pastureland with native forage species. The Mongolia government recognized the project with the “Best Reclamation of the Year Award.”
A link to the AGM registration form follows below.

A few discounted group rate rooms are available at the Phoenix Park Hotel on Capitol Hill, primary venue of our AGM . Group rate single or double occupancy rooms are US$189 per night plus 14.5% DC tax, discounted from rack rates of $249. For more information on the hotel, see Reservations should be booked directly by phone, 1-800-824-5419 or 202-638-6900; or by email to Brian Wiegand, Senior Sales Manager, at [email protected]
[Be sure to mention NAMBC to obtain the group rate]

April 27 will be a long day, starting at 8:45 AM . We feature two program segments on "Multiplying Points of Contact: Mongolia 's Growing Relationships with the US & Canada " and "Mining, Natural Resource Development and Mongolia ’s Growing Economy.” Our luncheon speaker will be a senior official of the US Department of Commerce. The day concludes with a reception at the Mongolian Embassy. On April 28, 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, we present a segment on "“Common Ground: The Intersection of Mining and Cultural Heritage in Mongolia”  organized by the American Center for Mongolian Studies (ACMS), a member of the NAMBC, which concludes the AGM .

Click here for Preliminary Program Schedule for AGM

Click here for AGM Registration Form


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MFAT State Secretary
Damdin Tsogtbaatar

Workers at former Ereen Mine near Bulgan, restored by Peabody to pastureland