Issue no.437 dated 16/04/2019
The amicable settlement Beny Steinmetz Group Resources (BSGR) was able to reach with the Guinean state over Simandou (AMI 434) has far from put an end to the scuffle for the iron ore deposit. Future developments at the site could [...]
Poseidon has initiated studies on an area of approximately 20,000 sq. km located both in onshore and offshore.
ESL.Gov finalized a report on Guinea’s mines in the hope that this work will lead to a bona fide mission.
The Indian embassy in Abidjan, which handles New Delhi’s affairs with Guinea, wrote a letter to mines minister Abdoulaye Magassouba to complain about pressure being brought to bear on Jaguar Overseas.
The amount of a loan recently granted to Compagnie des Bauxites de Guinee wasn’t a billion dollars but rather $643 million.
GAC managing director Aissata Beauvogui described how a project to extend CBG’s wharf had encroached on part of her concession in the port.
Chamber of Mines of Zambia wants to quell arguments over royalties, as the government just changed the rate. (PDF, 10 pages)
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