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Cameroon Mbalam

Cameroon Mbalam-Nabeba port and rail project delayed January 21 2016 Iron-ore developer Sundance Resources announced that the signing of an engineering procurement and construction EPC contract for the construction of the port and rail infrastructure for the Mbalam-Nabeba iron-ore project had been postponed at the request of the contractor...

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Grand Batanga

Grand Batanga is the possible site of a deep water port for the haulage of iron ore from the Mbalam region about 450 km to the east As there is no natural harbour in the vicinity a pier several kilometres long will be needed to access deep water of about 20 metr...

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Cam Iron to Work with Rio Tinto and Bollore on Deep Water Port

Jan 21 2009 0183 32 Cam Iron a subsidiary of the Australian mining company Sundance Resources has been chosen by the Cameroon authorities to build an iron ore export terminal near Kribi as part of a multi-user deep water port project The choice was announced by the Cameroon minister of transport Gounoko HaounayeCam Iron will be working with Rio Tinto Alcan Groupe Bollore of France and...

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THE MBALAM IRON ORE PROJECT

THE MBALAM IRON ORE PROJECT Mining 35 Mtpa construction of a 510 km rail line construction of a 70 km rail spur line and building a dedicated deep water port capable of taking bulk iron ore carriers proposed bulk materials port at Lolabe in Cameroon to support the Mbalam Iron Ore Project...

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Cameroon Sundance Iron Ore Mine Railway Port Page 1

Dec 19 2014 0183 32 Sundance Resources an Australian Company is gradually moving towards getting its Mine 510km Railway and Port built It will carry about 35MTpa of ore for 30 years The line is...

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Cameroon Sundance Iron Ore Mine Railway Port Page 1

Dec 19 2014 0183 32 The port of Kribi is being developed as a deep water port which beats the existing shallow port to the north This is originally for iron ore traffic The port is now owned by the government and is multi-user A new bauxite mine adjacent to the rail line in the north of Cameroon is being developed and will share Port Kribi Isn t that...

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Australia miner pushes on with 35 bn Cameroon project

Jun 06 2014 0183 32 The project includes a 510-kilometre 316-mile railway a 70-kilometre rail spur line and a 35 million tonnes per annum MTPA deep-water port on Cameroon s west coast The miner said last month the project would be one of the largest in sub-Saharan Africa and was estimated to increase Cameroon s economic growth by about 10 percent once in...

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Cameroon Port Expansion Steers Cameroon s Vison 2035

The Kribi Deep sea port is a major component of the central African country s Vision 2035 which aims to establish Cameroon as an emerging country over the next 25-30 years...

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Cameroon bauxite project gets green light

Aug 17 2020 0183 32 By contrast Kribi is a more modern port and its deep-water harbour has double the draft at 16m but there is currently no rail link and it would be expensive to transfer it by road In both cases it appears that the bauxite would be exported as ore for refining into alumina and then used in aluminium production at its final destination with...

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Port of KRIBI DEEPWATER PORT details

Detailed information for Port of KRIBI DEEPWATER PORT The Port of KRIBI DEEPWATER PORT is also known as The KRIBI DEEPWATER PORT Port information gathered by MarineTraffic includes wind forecasts and real-time updates for vessels in the Port of KRIBI DEEPWATER PORT Information about Port of KRIBI DEEPWATER PORT UNLOCODE departures and expected arrivals...

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Bikoula and Ndjele Altus Strategies Plc

The project is located on the westerly geological strike of Nkout iron ore 25 Bt 64 Mt DSO and 160km NW of Mbalam iron ore 24 Bt 500 Mt DSO deposits Importantly the projects are located on the road network that links to the deep water port at Kribi and the project is also approximately 30 km from the proposed trans-Cameroon iron ore...

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Deep Water Port in Kribi Cameroon Egis group

Located 200 km south of Douala Kribi port is expected to become the deep-water port of Cameroon Cameroon Kribi Date 2012 Duration 42 months Project overview Covering around 26 000 hectares in the Gulf of Guinea it will improve shipping services in the country and allow import and export vessels to be accommodated as part of large...

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PDF China in Cameroon s forests A review of issues and

in a deep-water port and related large-scale infrastructure projects and trade zones with Chinese involvement Demissie 2018 BR I countries worldwide account for some...

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Crucial iron

A recent agreement between iron-ore producer Sundance Resources and the government of Cameroon regarding key terms underpinning the Mbalam iron-ore project convention will also serve to promote...

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CAMEROON Giulio Casello

Jul 09 2013 0183 32 CAMEROON Issue dated 09/07/2013 or the construction of a deep water port and a railway under an Engineering Procurement Construction EPC deal Mbalam has a hematite resource of 7754 million tons with a grading of 572 Fe of which 748 million tons in the indicated category Last November Sundance signed an agreement with the Yaounde...

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ICTSI inks contract for Kribi terminal in Cameroon

KMT is a newly built deep-water port located 150km south of Douala Phase 1 consists of 265 63m of berth and a 10-hectare yard Phase 2 will include an additional 350 metres of berth and 23...

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SUNDANCE AGREES SIGNIFICANT KEY TERMS WITH

With respect to the Rail and Port infrastructure it has been proposed by Cameroon that ownership of the assets will transfer to the Government of Cameroon after 25 years The terms of this transfer and details around the ongoing operations security and pricing of access by the Mbalam and Nabeba projects are still under negotiation 3 Royalty...

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Project Mbalam in Cameroon the largest contract ever

Sep 24 2014 0183 32 Project Mbalam in Cameroon the largest contract ever With a contract totalling some 2 6 billion euros the Group is to build a railway line and a deep-water port in Mbalam and it extends its presence into a further African market 24092014...

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Australia miner pushes on with 35 bn Cameroon project

Sundance said it had appointed engineering and construction company Mota-Engil Africa to build the multi-billion-dollar port and rail project Australia miner pushes on with 35 bn Cameroon project...

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