Anglo African Minerals' bauxite plans in Guinea unhurt by ebola

Anglo African Minerals’ plans for a 2 million tonnes per annum bauxite facility in Guinea have not been derailed by the ebola crisis, the company told Metal Bulletin this week.

“We will do a scoping study in two weeks and expect to start production in mid 2016,” James Lumley, ceo of Anglo African Minerals, said. The bank feasibility study will be done in February 2015 after further drilling next month to upgrade the resource statement, he added. The ebola crisis has created an economic block in West Africa, Lumley said. He said that regional imports and exports had been hit, along...


Deepali Sharma

October 30, 2014

10:25 GMT