Download. Exploration History of the Mbalam Iron Ore Project - April 2013. Peter Kitto. Iron Ore 2013 Paper Number 80.00 Exploration History of the Mbalam Iron Ore Project R S Longley1, P L Kitto2 and S E Thornett3 1. General Manager Geology, Sundance Resources Ltd, 2 The Esplanade Perth WA 6000. Email [email protected] 2.Dec 21, 2020 Aussie companies stripped of iron ore projects in Africa. Perth-based Sundance Resources is seeking a multi-billion dollar payout from the Republic of Congo after being stripped of its iron ore.
Jun 30, 2021 An iron ore tale for the ages. This week’s iron ore tale of interest comes from recently delisted Sundance Resources, which got the Macbeth treatment from its own partner and shareholder AustSino Resources Group over its Mbalam-Nabeba iron ore project in Africa.
May 27, 2013 Most disclosed estimates of operating costs for West and Central African iron ore projects tend to be relatively low due to low labour costs and the high-grade ore, which requires little processing. African free on board (fob) cost estimates range from as low as US$20 t for the planned DSO material from Sundance's Mbalam project up to US$50 t.
May 15, 2015 Most West African projects require a long-term price well above $100 per metric ton (1.1023 tons) to achieve an acceptable return, he said. BHP and Rio have average iron ore.
May 27, 2021 PPA 8411 The Mbalam-Nabeba Iron Ore Project is situated in the Republic of Cameroon in central west Africa. Mining will be conducted in stages from two high-gra.
Oct 27, 2006 That notwithstanding, Sundance has agreed to increase local interest in the Mbalam Iron Ore project and is already accelerating its exploration programme as well employing staff in Cameroon.
Mar 31, 2015 A slump in the price of iron ore has forced several junior miners to the wall. T welve months ago, West Africa was in the middle of an iron ore boom. Prices had remained above $100 per tonne for the better part of five years, sparking a surge of interest in deposits in once marginal markets, such as Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea.
Sundance has commenced feasibility study on its Mbalam Iron Ore Project as the basis for developing a global iron ore business. Central West Africa is considered to have the potential to develop into a significant new iron province, underpinned by the Mbalam Project and nearby projects.
International iron ore company Sundance Resources Limited (ASX SDL – “Sundance”) is pleased to report that drilling has confirmed the potential of its 90 -owned Mbalam Iron Ore Project in Cameroon, West Africa to host an iron ore resource in excess of 1 billion tonnes Drilling at the Mbarga Deposit has defined two styles of hematite mineralisation – supergene Direct Shipping Ore.
Iron ore exploration projects located in West Africa. The key project is Avima located in the Republic of Congo which is situated in an emerging iron district that hosts numerous iron projects and is widely recognised as the largest and highest grade project in the area. Experienced and competent management team.
May 02, 2012 Cameroon Mbalam Iron Ore Project - 500-km Road to be Constructed. 2 May 2012. Cameroon Tribune (Yaound ) The Permanent Secretary in.
Aug 30, 2013 Australia's Sundance Resources expects to bring its $4.7 billion iron ore project in West Africa online by early 2018, despite the collapse of a takeover by China's Hanlong Group in April that.
Nov 14, 2006 Emerging Australian iron-ore company Sundance Resources announced on Tuesday that it planned to accelerate the prefeasibility study on the development of its Mbalam iron-ore project.
Jun 29, 2011 29 June 2011. Work will begin soon on a transport infrastructure development in order to aid an iron ore project in West Africa. Sundance Resources has confirmed that it will begin construction of rail networks and a port at its Mbalam iron ore site in Cameroon and Congo by the end of 2011.
Central West Africa is considered to have the potential to develop into a significant new iron province, underpinned by the Mbalam Iron Ore Project and the nearby Belinga Project in Gabon, under development by the China National Machinery and Equipment Import and Export Corporation.