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  • FUNCIONES DE LA AGENCIA (Decreto 4134 de 2011)VP Contratación y TitulaciónDiseñar y controlar proceso titulación y otorgamiento concesiones mineras.Evaluar y aprobar o rechazar  solicitudes mineras.Administrar, organizar, mantener y actualizarcatastrominero. Evaluar y aprobarinformacióntécnica y financierapresentada con solicitudes mineras. Administrar  y  controlarexpedientes de solicitudes y títulosmineros.VP Seguimiento y ControlHacer seguimiento y control a obligaciones de titulares mineros.Evaluar y aprobarinformes de exploracióno cualquierotra info técnica, económica o financieraquepresente el titular minero.Liquidar, recaudar, administrar y transferir (al MHCP) lasregalías y demáscompensaciones. Adoptarmedidasadministrativasporincumplimiento de normas de seguridad.Definirestándaresmínimos de seguridad y salvamantominero en el país.VPPromoción y fomentoFacilitar y fomentar desarrollo de pequeña y mediana minería.Promoverla inversión en minería en el país (local y extranjera).Definir y reservaráreascon potencialminero, y adelantarproceso de selecciónobjetiva de adjudicación.Dar asistenciatécnica a proyectosmineros y facilitarsolución de problemasambientales, sociales y de infraestructura. Apoyara GobiernoNacional en delimitaciónzonas de mineríatradicional.Dirigirestudiostécnicos y socialesparadelimitación de zonasminerasindígenas, de comunidadesnegras y mixtas.

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  • THE NATIONAL AGENCY OF MINING IS THEPOINT OF ENTRY FOR COMPANIES CONDUCTINGMINING BUSINESS IN COLOMBIA Maria Constanza Garcia President March 2013 1
  • STRONGER AND CLEARER ORGANIZATIONS:Structure of the Mining sector National Agency of Mining Mining Authority Minister of Mining and Energy Colombian Geological Service Subsurface Knowledge Deputy DeputyMinister of Minister of Mining and Energy Planning Energy Mining Unit Monitoring Markets & Sector Planning Entities with specific functions
  • ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF NAMMining Authority Board Office of Technology and Information President Vice President of Legal Office Administration and Finance Internal Controls Office Vice President of Vice President of Vice President of Monitoring, Control Promotion and Contracting and Titles and Mine Safety Development Management of Mine Security and Management of Registry Rescue issues Small and Medium Management Scale Mining Management of Monitoring and Promotion Management of Control Management Mining Titles Royalty Collection Management
  • MAIN FUNCTIONS Promote and encourage development of mining. Management of mineral resources for and on behalf of the state. Article. 4 Hold, manage and track concession and mining rights for exploration and development of Decree minerals.4134/2011 Managing the national mining registry. Calculate, collect, manage and transfer royalties and compensation.
  • OPPORTUNITIES IN COLOMBIA Colombia is a destination for investment Top destinations for exploration investment 25% of the global exploration budget 57 52 51 45 43 41 39 37 36 36 33 32 32 30 29 29 28 27 26 25 22 22 19 17 16 Countries that attract investment in the Australia Tanzania Philippines Zambia Brazil Ghana Argentina Botswana Indonesia Canada Mongolia Mexico Bolivia Namibia China Colombia* India United States Kazakhstan Russia Chile Perú Papua N.G Congo D.R South Africa mining sector *(Rank 7/25)Source: (Graph 1) Corporate Exploration Strategies 2012, Economic Metals Group- MEG. (Graph 2) Survey of mining companies 2011/2012 (25 countries) by theBehre Dolbear Group.
  • OPPORTUNITIES IN COLOMBIAThere are 50 new investment projects in 13 reigons Mining GDP 12 5,8 6,2 5,4 5,4 10 5,0 5,2 4,5 4,9 CAD$ Billion 8 4,0 4,1 3,3 3,2 6 2,9 4 2 +5,9% 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012120 110 114 Coal Production100 86 89 MiTn Historical Projected 74 73 74 80 66 70 60 60 50 54 44 39 38 40 20 -Source: National Bureau of Statistics - DANE. Mining and Energy Planning Unit-UPME. Ministry of Mines and Energy.
  • OPPORTUNITIES IN COLOMBIAMineral Production Silver Production 2012 Regional Coal Production OTHER Tonnes BOYACA, 3% REIGONS 6%30 80%25 60% GUAJIRA, 39%20 40%15 20%10 0% CESAR, 52% 5 -20% 0 -40% Nickel Production Gold ProductionThousands of Tonnes Tonnes60 50% 70 150%50 40% 60 30% 100%40 50 20% 50% 4030 10% 0% 30 0%20 -10% 2010 -50% -20% 10 0 -30% 0 -100%
  • OPPORTUNITIES IN COLOMBIA We are ranked in the top 10 for worldwide producers and exporters of coal Top 10 Thermal Coal Producers Top 10 Exporters of Coal 3,000 350 2,500 300 2,000 250 200 1,500 150 1,000 100 500 50 0 0 The Mining sector has provided a significant source of economic growth for the Colombian economySource: http://www.worldcoal.org/resources/coal-statistics/.
  • What are we doing? CONTENT • Comprehensive Audit  Safety and Rescue • Applications Backlog Processed • Promotion and Development  Strategic Mining Areas
  • COMPREHENSIVE AUDIT New Approach Comprehensive Audit of all 9,500 mining titlesBy March 1: CAD$191 M Support Activities of Comprehensive Audit 1,759 reviews of Group 1: HMV Engineers - GENIVAR Colombia existing Group 2: Bureau VeritasColombia,-Tecnicontrol contracts for and BVQI compliance with conditions 438  4* annual visits to titles in the development stage field inspections  2 annual visits to titles in the exploration stage 330  1,400** comprehensive audit reports per month comprehensive  100% of mining titles fully audited this year audit reports  2% of royalties assigned to review process costs• Up to 4** more than1,400 reports
  • SAFETY AND RESCUE All emergencies attended Promote a culture of accident prevention 850 Rescue workers (National Mining Rescue)CAD$5.6 million Contract awarded to purchase lifesaving equipment (breathing apparatus) 101 Emergencies attended 564 Accident prevention visits to mine title holders
  • What are we doing?CONTENT • Comprehensive Audit • Applications Backlog Processed • Promotion and Development  Strategic Mining Areas
  • APPLICATIONS BACKLOG PROCESSED 19,629 Mining Application Requests 19,629 requests evaluated by mid year NAM 14,451By March 1: Processed 11,361 11,361 Requests = evaluated (58%) Delegated; 977 titles 5,178 Processing 8,268 granted Processed all 19.629 requests (feb. 2011) applications for temporary  Re-open applications system licenses  New registration information system  Migrate geographic information system to Magna – SIRGAS  Evaluate locations available for new mining activities
  • What are we doing?CONTENT • Comprehensive Audit • Applications Backlog Processed • Promotion and Development  Strategic Mining Areas
  • PROMOTION OF SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE MINING Legalization of traditional mining activities and technical support to SMEs 52 signed  Support sessions for legal transition contracts for to formal economy legalization of (Boyacá, Antioquia, Córdoba, Cundi traditional namarca and Huila) mining activities since June 2012  Support forums for provision of(Antioquia, Boyacá, Caldas, Caquetá,Cundinamarca, Guajira, Meta, Santa additional training:nder, Sucre and Tolima) Guainía, Cauca, Vaupés, Vichada and Putumayo
  • TRANSPARENCY AND CERTAINTY New scheme to contract extensions  Cerro Matoso S.A Comprehensive  Paz del Río Mining S.A. (Iron & Coal) approach: social, environm ental, economic New Agreement with Paz del Río Mining totals CAD$7.3 bn and legal Cerro Matoso shows the way for new mining contracts Cerro Matoso changed the way to negotiate contracts Coal Agreement with Paz del Río (Votorantim) total value of CAD$7.3 bn
  • What are we doing?CONTENT • Comprehensive Audit • Applications Backlog Processed • Promotion and Development  Strategic Mining Areas
  • STRATEGIC MINING AREAS (SMA):Background Encourage the exploration and development of mineral resources, fulfilling international, social and environmental standards Date Landmark Jun. 16, 2011 National Development Plan Jan. 30, 2012 Determination of Minerals of Strategic Interest Feb. 24, 2012 1st determination of SMA Jun. 21, 2012 2nd determination of SMA Oct. 2012 Geochemical sampling of SMA Dec. 2012 Tender process for geophysical exploration of SMA 2013 Structuring the process and inter-agency coordination Strategic Mining Areas (SMA) contracts awarded through a competitive process which seeks greater total benefits through increased investment and production.
  • STRATEGIC MINING AREAS (SMA):Stages Geoscientific data compilation Launching the 1st Competitive Structuration Process Process process Semester 1 Semester 2 2014 2013 2013 19
  • STRATEGIC MINING AREAS (SMA):Scope Geological mapping and exploration methods - not ground disturbing (CGS)1st CompetitiveProcess of SMA Prospecting and exploration Development
  • STRATEGIC MINING AREAS (SMA):Inter-Agency Coordination Scheme 1. Single channel communication under the liaison model 2. Formal and informal relations to facilitate routine inter-agency cooperation 3. Joint training to foster understanding of each agency’s role 4. Mechanisms for sharing data 5. Common language and unified messages 6. Environmental and social assessments 7. Technical input for the Competitive Process 21
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