Home mining sector exploration & production IVORY COAST Issue dated 04/04/2012 Ivory Coast weighs its options Ivory Coast’s government is about to embark on new mining reforms. According to Africa Mining Intelligence’s sources in Abidjan, current [...] (224 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? 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True, Abidjan planned to stitch the code together before the end of the year in order to table it before Parliament in 2014. [...] Breaking news IVORY COAST 01/11/2013 Taurus Gold on edge Attending the UK-Cote d'Ivoire Trade & Investment Forum at the Sheraton Park Lane hotel in London on Oct. 30, Jonathan [...] IVORY COAST 08/10/2013 Mining Code: jobs for locals ruffle feathers Ivory Coast’s new mining code, which will be formally enacted by President Alassane Ouattara on Oct. 16, is concentrating a [...] Spotlight IVORY COAST 09/04/2013 Mining code adopted by emergency order Strapped for cash, Ivory Coast is going to speed up mining reforms. Under pressure from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which will disburse cash to bolster Ivory Coast’s budget only if economic reforms are undertaken, Abidjan is now planning to [. [...] Spotlight IVORY COAST 13/11/2012 Accord on cutting size of concessions The mines ministry and the Groupement Professionnel des Miniers de Cote d’Ivoire (GPMCI) reached an agreement in principle on Nov.6 on the terms of renewing concessions. Some believe it could put an end to months of tension. [...] Spotlight IVORY COAST 21/08/2012 The license freeze lifted at last Ivory Coast’s presidency has eased the iron grip it held for long months over the renewal or delivery of mining licenses (AMI 276/270), prompting a sigh of relief in the mining community which can now hatch long-term investment plans. [...] IVORY COAST 22/05/2012 Spatial Dimension updates land registry An affiliate of South Africa’s MS Group. Spatial Dimension, was awarded a contract in early May to update Ivory Coast’s [...] Spotlight IVORY COAST 24/04/2012 President quashes mining reform bill An attempt by mines and oil minister Adama Toungara to win back control of Ivory Coast’s mining sector (AMI 270/271) by submitting a new mining bill looks unlikely to succeed. Indeed, the opposite seems the case. [...] Special report IVORY COAST GUINEA 12/04/2012 Conde and Ouattara put stamp on mining Guinea and Ivory Coast's presidents Alpha Conde and Alassane Ouattara have become heavily involved in their countries' mining industries and diminished the roles of their respective ministers for mining. Whether [...] Spotlight IVORY COAST 20/03/2012 Toungara to start issuing licenses in April The license drought could be ending for mining companies that have been applying in vain for over a year for new mining rights. Hopeful signs have emerged from the mines ministry to indicate licenses could shortly be awarded. [...] Spotlight IVORY COAST 10/01/2012 Toungara not the master in his mansion The works seem totally gummed up at Adama Toungara’s mines, oil and energy ministry even though he is close to president Alassane Ouattara. Mining companies which applied for concessions in 2011 are losing patience waiting for green lights. [...] IVORY COAST 20/12/2011 Abdramane Diabate Free An engineer by training and currently a mines inspector, Abdramane Diabate is back in business. After being sidelined by former [...] IVORY COAST 28/06/2011 Some mining deals to be revamped While waiting for the Societe pour le Developpement Miniere de la Cote d’Ivoire (SODEMI) to complete an audit ordered by [...] IVORY COAST 17/05/2011 SODEMI’s plans for post Gbagbo era The Societe de Developpement Minier en Cote d’Ivoire (SODEMI), which was badly mauled in Ivory Coast’s recent crisis, is intent [...] SPECIAL OFFER 15% OFF your subscription to AfricaIntelligence.com SUBSCRIBE Offer available until 31/07/2020 SPECIAL OFFER 15% OFF your subscription to AfricaIntelligence.com - Region SUBSCRIBE Offer available until 31/07/2020 Previous Next Receive prompts for these topics IVORY COAST Abdramane Diabate Adama Toungara Africa Mining Intelligence Alassane Ouattara Amadou Gon Coulibaly Commission Interministerielle des Mines Ibrahima Diaby Philippe Serey Eiffel Societe de Developpement Miniere de Cote dIvoire Create a freenotification What is a notification?