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Copper producer completes Phase 4 of expansion project

Engineering and construction group SNC-Lavalin has completed the fourth phase of copper/cobalt producer Katanga Mining’s Kamoto Copper Company (KCC) expansion project in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Together with the successful...
6th December 2013
Company Announcement

Snc-Lavalin Completes Phase 4 Of Kcc Kamoto Project PDF Available

SNC-Lavalin has completed Phase 4 of Katanga Mining’s Kamoto Copper Company (KCC) expansion project in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Together with the successful completion of Phase 3 of this project, this is the largest project...
31st October 2013
Tenova Mining & Minerals

Company Announcement: Tenova Mining & Minerals awarded for design supply and construction of a copper ore handling/processing system and a SX/EW plant to Minera Antucoya in Chile PDF Available

Tenova Mining & Minerals has announced that Tenova TAKRAF and Tenova Bateman Technologies will design and deliver a copper ore handling/processing system and a Solvent Extraction - Electrowinning plant, to produce 80,000 tons per annum of fine...
20th July 2012
Diversified Miners

Multiple projects progressing on schedule

Metallurgical and chemical solutions provider Outotec is progressing on schedule with the €119-million design and delivery of a new manganese sinter plant, the largest in the world, for the Kalagadi Manganese project, near Hotazel, in the Northern...
2nd September 2011

First new primary SA uranium production in decades ramps up

Toronto and Johannesburg stock exchange-listed mid-cap miner, Uranium One reports excellent progress at its Dominion Reefs Uranium Mine (DRUM) with no major unforeseen expenses unduly denting its budget or its ramp-up to full production.
29th June 2007

Skorpion on track for full production

Gerald Boting The Anglo American half-year interim report for 2004 reported a record base-metals performance with headline earnings that increased sevenfold to $455-million.
26th November 2004
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