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SRK Consulting - Ghana

SRK provides expert advice and solutions for clients requiring specialised services, mainly in the fields of mining, geotechnics, water, waste and the environment.

SRK seeks to serve clients across a range of industries that are primarily natural resource based. The firm’s primary business is the provision of professional consulting services.

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Zimbabwe awards platinum concession to firm linked to Nigerian billionaire

By: Reuters     23rd May 2019 Zimbabwe has awarded a concession to explore for and mine platinum to a company linked to a Nigerian billionaire as the country speeds up investment in a mining sector it hopes will transform the country's struggling economy. The concession comes just over a year after President Emmerson... 

Mining fatalities among ICMM member companies decrease again

By: Marleny Arnoldi     22nd May 2019 International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) member companies recorded 50 fatalities in 2018, compared with the 51 recorded in 2017 and the 63 recorded in 2016. Eleven of ICMM’s 27 member companies reported no fatalities in 2018, compared with eight in 2017. These companies were Africa... 

AngloGold embarking on process to dispose of South African assets  

By: Martin Creamer     9th May 2019 Iconic South African gold-mining company AngloGold Ashanti said on Thursday that it was embarking on a process to review divestment options for its remaining South African assets. The company, headed by CEO Kelvin Dushnisky, said the process would consider all ownership options, with a view to... 

Total to buy Anadarko’s Africa assets for $8.8bn if Occidental bid succeeds 

By: Simone Liedtke     6th May 2019 French integrated oil and gas company Total has reached a binding agreement with Occidental Petroleum to acquire Anadarko’s assets in Africa for $8.8-billion in the event of the successful completion of Occidental’s takeover bid for Anadarko. The transaction hinges on Occidental entering into and... 

Eni to focus on saving African forests to offset CO2 emissions

By: Bloomberg     3rd May 2019 Eni's plan to offset emissions from its oil and gas operations will focus on working with African communities to prevent deforestation. The project is part of the Italian energy giant’s goal of removing the equivalent of 20-million tons a year of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere by 2030.... 

Goldplat appoints interim CEO

By: Creamer Media Reporter      26th April 2019 Aim-listed Goldplat has appointed Werner Klingenberg interim CEO with immediate effect. He succeeds Gerard Kisbey-Green, who has stepped down as CEO but will continue to provide services to the company as required to ensure a smooth managerial transition. 

Consulting engineers face volatility, lack of opportunities

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     26th April 2019 The volatility of the local mining industry, particularly in terms of Mining Charter III, coupled with political uncertainty and unstable power supply, is directly impacting on consulting engineers servicing the industry, says multidisciplinary engineering company GIBB Mining MD Alan Wingrove.... 

Stable oil price drives investment in burgeoning African oil, gas sector

By: Nadine James     25th April 2019 Africa is likely to experience continued oil and gas investment over the next three to five years as the stabilisation of crude prices above $60/bl, coupled with the continent’s rapidly expanding population, lure oil producers to one of the last remaining energy investment frontiers, Standard... 

More than 40m people work in artisanal mining – report

By: Reuters     25th April 2019 More than 40-million people around the world work in artisanal and small-scale mining where minerals including gold, diamonds and cobalt are dug up often by hand, a report by the World Bank and development organisation Pact said on Wednesday. Increasing demand for metals and rising prices have... 

Two Newmont development projects nearing completion

By: Mariaan Webb     25th April 2019 The two gold development projects that US-based miner Newmont Goldcorp has earmarked up to $150-million for this year, are nearing completion and will reach commercial production before the end of 2019. The Ahafo mill expansion, in Ghana, and the Quecher Main project, in Peru, will both achieve... 

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