Tiger Resources Limited (TSX:TGS, ASX:TGS) announced that it has executed a lump-sum turn-key contract with SENET Pty Ltd to build a plant at the Kipoi Copper Project in the DRC.
As quoted in the press release:
The contract, signed by Tiger’s 60%-owned subsidiary and operator of Kipoi, Societe d’Exploitation de Kipoi s.p.r.l. (SEK), is for the first phase of Stage 2, a 25,000tpa SXEW plant, and fits within the definitive feasibility study (DFS) capital cost of $160.9 million.
Tiger’s Managing Director, Brad Marwood, said:
We are very pleased to award the LSTK contract to SENET, who bring a wealth of engineering, procurement, construction management (EPCM) and SXEW experience in Africa and specifically within the DRC.
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