Home mining sector exploration & production TOGO 12/10/2011 Phosphate privatization still stuck Derek Lenartowicz, managing director of the Australian firm Sultan Corp, had hoped to sign a contract for a carbonated phosphates [...] (183 words) This article may be accessed by subscribers and e-wallet holders (EUR 6) Log in to read more Already have an account? Log in Keep me logged in Forgot your password? OK Subscribe toAfrica IntelligenceorPay-Per-Article E-wallet starting from 30 EUR Subscribe or Pay-Per-Article Discover our offers Not reader yet?Create an account to access our FREE SECTION A free issue A selection of articles New editions' summaries Keyword notifications to follow people or topics of interest to you A free issue and a selection of free articles Summaries and email notifications Keep me logged in Create a free account Free Articles MOROCCO Business 22/05/2020 Private firm Sentinel lands security contract with EU delegation DJIBOUTI UNITED STATES HORN OF AFRICA Diplomacy 19/05/2020 US Air Force beefs drone capacity against al-Shabaab CAMEROON Politics 05/05/2020 Biya's hardliners go after Maurice Kamto's finances Access the free section On the same subject TOGO 13/03/2018 Mining transparency: new World Bank package for Lome The World Bank validated a new programme to help Togo [...] MALAWI 25/04/2017 World Bank expert to audit ministry’s management Malawi’s mines minister, John Bande, hired the services of Indian [...] MADAGASCAR 21/03/2017 Can the World Bank get the new code up and running? The World Bank is to add funds to boost progress [...] NIGERIA 03/01/2017 World Bank comes up with cash to help EITI meet goals In early December the World Bank approved a $320,000 grant [...] ETHIOPIA 13/12/2016 World Bank helps Addis Ababa to comply with EITI A little behind schedule (AEI nº777), the World Bank approved [...] ZAMBIA 08/11/2016 World Bank puts up $350,000 for EITI The World Bank’s board confirmed a $350,000 subsidy in late [...] BURKINA FASO 25/10/2016 Call for consultants with World Bank credentials Since the end of September, Burkina Faso’s mines minister Alpha [...] TOGO 11/12/2012 SNPT: Lome seeks Chemicals Group’s expertise Free Togolese president Faure Gnassingbe has decided to call on the expertise of Israel’s Chemicals Group to bolster the capacity of [...] TOGO 08/05/2012 Schneider Electric to upgrade Togo’s SNPT Champagne corks are popping at the French arm of the Schneider Electric group. The branch, chaired by Guy Dufraisse and [...] TOGO 20/12/2011 Lome to open Dagbati mine Free Michel Kezie, managing director of Societe Nationale des Phosphates de Togo (SNPT) has joined with mines minister Daminipi Nopoukou in [...] Special report TOGO 20/12/2011 Cards re-shuffled for country's phosphate Begun in 2009, the quest for a strategic partner for Societe Nouvelle des Phosphates du Togo (SNPT) is still marking time. Although the government has been engaged for long months in exclusive talks with the Australian firm Sultan Corp. [...] Breaking news TOGO 13/12/2011 New Tender for Phosphate Mines Australia's Sultan Corp has found itself back to square one concerning exploiting Togo's carbonated phosphates reserves (AMI 263).Under pressure from [...] TOGO 20/11/2011 Phosphates: Sultan Corp runs into wall in Lome The Australian firm Sultan Corp’s hopes of landing a carbonated phosphates concession in Togo before the end of the year [...] TOGO 14/06/2011 Change in sight for phosphates Free A sweeping shake-up looks likely in Togo’s highly strategic phosphates industry. At the recommendation of finance and economy minister Adj [...] TOGO 15/03/2011 Togo phosphates: a follow-up In response to our article "Fight over carbonated phosphates" in [...] TOGO 15/03/2011 Fresh talk of selling stakes in SNPT Investors who have long been keen on buying shares in state-owned Societe National des Phosphates du Togo (SNPT) run by [...] TOGO 01/03/2011 Fight over carbonated phosphates Were Togo’s mines and energy minister Dammipi Noupokou and the managing director for mines and geology, Banimbo Gbengbartane, bent on [...] TOGO 08/12/2009 Hefty Investment Needed in Phosphates In a report submitted to the government of Gilbert Houngbo in mid-November, the consultancy Africa Label Group (ALG), working with [...] TOGO 10/11/2009 Phosphate Industry Seeks a Saviour Two years after being formed first from the ashes of the Office Togolais des Phosphates, then of the subsidiary International [...] Receive prompts for these topics TOGO Adji Oteh Ayassor Damipi Noupokou Derek Lenartowicz Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative International Monetary Fund Michel Kezie Societe Nouvelle des Phosphates du Togo Sultan Corp World Bank Create a freenotification What is a notification?