Guinea: UMS of Fadi Wazni shaken by a strike

United Mining Supply (UMS) of the SMB Winning consortium, which operates the mining logistics of this group, has been facing a workers' strike since...

DRC: towards a relaunch of MIBA with government support

The Bakwanga Mining (MIBA), located in the Kasai Oriental province in central DR Congo, is among the priority projects that will benefit from the...

Gold: Turkish company NZP announces itself in DRC

Officials from the Turkish company NZP, which specializes in refining gold and other metals, have expressed a desire to set up a refinery plant...

Gold exports soared in WAEMU in 2020

Gold exports generated 5,649.3 billion FCFA to the countries of the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU) in 2020, an increase of 31.1%...

Mali: transitional government strengthens its control over gold

Mali has announced new rules to better control artisanal gold mining. The country plans to require permits for small miners and establish 200 cooperatives...

Nigeria: $ 3 billion in investment opportunities in condensate refineries

The Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) has revealed nearly USD 3.097 billion in investment opportunities in the country’s condensate refinery space. Indeed, the company stressed...

Gabon’s comeback to the EITI

The Board of Directors of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) approved Gabon's new candidacy on October 21, 2021. The Central African oil and...

Gabon: renewed activity for the Total group

The situation is favorable for the Gabonese subsidiary of the Total group since most economic indicators are on an upward trend. Activity during the...

Guinee: Ebomaf “enjoys” a mining license despite its liabilities (investigation)

The construction magnate Mahamadou Bonkoungou, boss of the Ebomaf group (Entreprises Bonkoungou Mahamadou et Fils) active in West Africa, particularly (in 2014) in Guinea...

DRC: Ivanhoe Mines announces a global loss of 95.7 million USD in the second...

In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Vancouver-based Canadian mining company Ivanhoe Mines reports an overall loss of $ 95.7 million in the second...

Oil: Gambia obtains USD 29 million in damages from BP

The Gambia announced on Tuesday (August 10th) that oil company BP has failed to honor its pledges to drill one of the A1 offshore...

Guinée: hydrocarbon prices start to rise again

After the heated debate on the advisability of applying the principle of flexibility in the price of fuel, the Guinean government formalized this Tuesday,...

Between Kinross and the Mauritanian government, the strategic partnership is strengthened

After an initial agreement in principle signed in June 2020, Tasiast Mauritanie Limited S.A (TMLSA), a subsidiary of Kinross, and the Mauritanian government signed...

Mauritania: JESA signs a technical contract with SNIM for the modernization of the Guelb1...

The National Company of Industrial and Mineral Engineering of Mauritania provides JESA with technical assistance for monitoring the rehabilitation and modernization works of the...
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