FinnMin update 2013: Industrial Outlook - Pekka Suomela, FinnMin

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FinnMin update 2013: Industrial Outlook - Pekka Suomela, FinnMin

Mining On Top: Helsinki
16-17 September 2013 | Helsinki

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FinnMin update 2013: Industrial Outlook - Pekka Suomela, FinnMin

  1. 1. FinnMin update 2013: Industrial OUTLOOK
  2. 2. What’s up in Finland today? • Mining industry is booming Somehow today! Also tomorrow? • Need of human resources with quality And we know that?And we know that? • Metals Industry in Finland • Dialogue with regulators and authorities • Expectations for the future are bright but some clouds....
  3. 3. What FinnMin? • FinnMin is a recognized representative of the Finnish metals and minerals mining industry. • The association's main objective is to promote the industry and to maintain its relations withthe industry and to maintain its relations with National and European institutions at all levels. • FinnMin also fosters contacts with the mining community in Nordic countries and in Europe.
  4. 4. What FinnMin? • Around 50 members. • Mining companies, exploration and junior companies, mining technology, contractors. • Collaboration with
  5. 5. FinnMin: Field of activities • Environment • Health & Safety • Laws & regulation • CSR and Social license• CSR and Social license • Education & Research • Communication & Public image • Lobbying: governmental issues & mining policy
  6. 6. Mining in Finland: • 12 metal mines in operation in 2013 • > 30 active industrial mineral mines • Mining industry turnover in 2012 was 1,5 billion €
  7. 7. 500 600 700 800 900 1000 METAL MINES: TURNOVER INCREASE Million euros 25.9.2013 7 0 100 200 300 400 500 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Lähde: Tilastokeskus, Kansantalouden tilinpito
  8. 8. HR: Labor force in mining Finland: • Today around 4 500 persons • Need for more than 5 000 by 2022 • From where? • Labour force not a problem but lack of skilled people – same as in Sweden
  9. 9. Economic Impact on the Region Kittilä Gold mine: The unemployment rate in Kittilä is below 10 % on average - during high season 6 % Annual real estate tax paid by the Kittilä mine EUR 0.25 millionmillion Annual royalty payment to the State will be ca. EUR 3 million Corporate tax will be ca. EUR 15 - 20 million Kittilä mine’s B 2012 turnover was over EUR 190 million
  10. 10. Mineral policy highlights recently: Mineral Strategy 2010 Green Mining 2011-16; national innovation programprogram Round Table Process 2012-13 Environmental stress tests for selected mines 2013
  11. 11. MINING POLICY and SOCIAL LICENCE - times are changing Media headlines in capital letters Pro mining CSR & Social licence
  12. 12. INDUSTRY OUTLOOK Sustainable (balanced) development Economic viability and technical credibilitycredibility Environmental performance CSR & Social license
  13. 13. Puolustusministeri Haglundin tapaaminen 2.8.2012
  14. 14. Thank you! ”Every mine is important every mine is different” Thank you! FinnMin

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