Mauritania pockets €48m Saudi cheque to develop iron ore mine

Mauritania pockets €48m Saudi cheque to develop iron ore mine

The Guelb Atomai field is operated by a joint venture owned equally by SNIM and SABIC.

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            ▪ Mauritania pockets €48m Saudi cheque to develop iron ore mine

▪ The Guelb Atomai field is operated by a joint venture owned equally by SNIM and SABIC.

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The mine in Azragh Lehmammi, in the Tiris Zemmour prefecture, has a production capacity of 10 million tons per year of iron ore. The two partners recently completed the feasibility study phase, which lasted more than three years, and are set to begin the preliminary engineering design phase.

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