Diamond – Stellar Diamonds plc (LSE:STEL) announced that it has signed a joint venture agreement with Société Tassiliman regarding a diamondiferous kimberlite located in Guinea's Aredor district.
Articles Tagged "guinea"
Iron – African Business Review reported that Sable Mining (LSE:SBLM) has raised £17.1 million from to accelerate development of the company’s flagship Nimba Iron Ore Project in south-east Guinea.
Iron – Mining Weekly reported that Sable Mining Africa (LSE:SBLM) has been granted a mining licence for its Nimba iron-ore project, in south-west Guinea.
Iron – Bloomberg reported that Sable Mining Africa Ltd. (SBLM) has been granted a license to start mining its Nimba iron-ore project in Guinea.
Iron – Sable Mining (LSE:SBLM) is planning to invest about US$5 billion and export at least 10 million tonnes of iron ore per year from its Nimba iron ore deposit in Guinea, Reuters reported.
Iron – The Australian reports that Rio Tinto's Simando iron ore mine in Guinea is likely to miss its 2015 production date by at least three years.
Diamond – The US Department of State announced that as part of a partnership between the United States and Guinea, the US will help the African nation adhere more closely to the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme.
Iron – Bloomberg reported that Guinea’s former mines minister Mahmoud Thiam said the Rio Tinto Group will probably not develop its $10 billion iron ore project in Simandou in the near future as Guinea struggles to finance transport links.
Iron – Bloomberg reported that the government of Guinea said it is making progress on a deal to share investment in Rio Tinto’s $10B iron ore project, Simandou, which is likely the biggest undeveloped iron ore deposit in the world.
Iron – Mining Weekly reported that Guinea dismissed concerns over the future of the giant, untapped Simandou mine owned by Rio Tinto plc (ASX:RIO,LSE:RIO,NYSE:RIO), stating that it has the means and expertise to push the project forward.