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Emirates Global aluminium project clears Guinea hurdle

Guinea's parliament has approved amendments in a deal with Emirates Global Aluminium which will see the start of bauxite production in 2017 and the construction of a two-million-tonne-a-year alumina refinery from 2018. "The National Assembly...
25th June 2014
 
IRON-ORE

Bellzone announces dispute with Guinea JV trans-shipper

After delivering 268 000 t of iron-ore to market thus far this year, Aim-listed Bellzone Mining’s 50%-owned Forecariah joint venture (FJV) operation, in Guinea, is now in dispute with its contracted barge operator. The iron-ore producer said in...
20th June 2014
 
IRON-ORE

Simandou bodes well for Cape Lambert project

ASX-listed Cape Lambert Resources on Thursday noted that mining giant Rio Tinto’s development of the $20-billion Simandou iron-ore project, in Guinea, could offer an infrastructure solution for its own Sandenia project. Rio and its partners...
19th June 2014
 
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Simandou iron-ore project, Guinea Restricted

A agreement has been signed, setting out conditions for massive infrastructure investment to revive the giant Simandou iron-ore project.
30th May 2014
 
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Simandou iron-ore project, Guinea Restricted

Rio Tinto CEO of diamonds and minerals, Alan Davies, has reiterated the company’s development intentions for the Simandou iron-ore project.
14th February 2014
 
MINING INDABA PREVIEW

The indaba’s value lies in its networking opportunities

NETWORKING AT THE INDABA Meeting with banks, financiers and mining juniors and majors, as well as establishing contact for possible deals, are key reasons for attending the Mining Indaba Iron-ore, diamonds and ferronickel mining company BSGR Mining & Metals CEO Marc Struik says he will attend the 2014 Investing in African Mining Indaba to network with potential investors and other mining industry stakeholders. “Meeting with...
24th January 2014
 
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Simandou mega iron-ore project, Guinea Restricted

An investment framework, one of the major hurdles in developing the Simandou mine, rail and port project, is close to completion.
6th December 2013
 
FERROUS METALS

China increasingly looking to Africa for iron-ore supply

A decrease in the grades of iron-ore produced in China, and reduced Indian exports, as a result of high taxes and mining bans, were providing an opportunity for new iron-ore supply to come on line to fuel China’s urbanisation, minerals industry...
26th July 2013
 
MINING DEALS

Guinea publishes mining deals online in transparency bid

Guinea's government published contracts it has signed with mining firms including majors Rio Tinto and Rusal in a bid for more transparency in a sector plagued by corruption and mismanagement. President Alpha Conde vowed after taking office in...
15th February 2013
 
IRON-ORE

Guinea targets 3 firms in resource contract review - source

Guinea is focusing a review of its resource contracts on three deals that it says were signed under murky conditions, including an agreement involving one of the world's biggest iron-ore deposits, a source close to the review said. They include...
9th November 2012
 
INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION

CIM launches branch, initiatives for West African mining

The Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) on Friday said it had launched its first African branch in Dakar, Senegal, from which it intended to manage a number of new initiatives aimed at improving collaborative endeavours...
12th October 2012
 
FERROUS METALS

West Africa emerging as new Pilbara as miners race to develop iron-ore projects

A ‘new’ iron-ore deposit in West Africa is being explored and global analysts claim that it could be as abundant as the Pilbara deposit in Australia.
5th October 2012
 
 
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