Egis and Setec new technical advisors to Guinea on Simandou
The Guinean state wants to hire not two but four companies to strengthen its control of the technical and financial issues of the vast port and rail infrastructures necessary to exploit the iron ore deposit. The project is estimated to cost $15 billion.
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▪ Egis and Setec new technical advisors to Guinea on Simandou
▪ The Guinean state wants to hire not two but four companies to strengthen its control of the technical and financial issues of the vast port and rail infrastructures necessary to exploit the iron ore deposit. The project is estimated to cost $15 billion.
In addition to financial support, the government wants to benefit from technical expertise in its negotiations with the operators Winning Consortium Simandou and Rio Tinto Simfer. According to Africa Business+, the country’s authorities have initiated discussions with French infrastructure engineering specialists Egis and Setec.
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