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Bauxite Operations Back To Normal In Guinea After Deadly Political Protests

Bauxite Operations Back To Normal In Guinea After Deadly Political Protests

Normal operations have resumed at bauxite mines in Guinea after several days of unrest that led to slowed production, as sources in country told Reuters that locals initiated violent protests against a move by the president to extend his term in office....

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EGA Greets Region’s First-Ever Capesize Vessel To Khalifa Port In Abu Dhabi

Yesterday, Emirates Global Aluminium PJSC (EGA) greeted the arrival of the region’s first fully-laden Capesize vessel at its quay at the Khalifa Port in Abu Dhabi. The arrival marks the beginning of bauxite shipments to fuel the new alumina refinery in Al Taweelah. The bulk ore carrier is the biggest ever to dock at a […]

Worker Strikes in Guinea Paint Dark Picture for Chinese Bauxite Operations

A strike at CDM-China’s bauxite mine in Guinea’s Telimélé prefecture came to an end on April 16, after workers had laid down their tools six days prior in protest over poor living and working conditions. The Chinese company and the workers signed a memorandum of understanding, with CDM-China agreeing to meet 19 general points demanded […]

Ghana And Guinea Mulling Partnership On Bauxite Mining Development

Ghana’s Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia said on Tuesday that his government is in talks with the Guinean government to establish a bilateral agreement to develop each country’s bauxite sector. The announcement was made in the wake of a meeting between Bawumia and Guinea’s Prime Minister H.E Ibrahima Kassory Fofana at the 14th CII-Exim Bank […]

Final Equipment Delivered To EGA’s Bauxite Operation In Guinea

Emirates Global Aluminium PJSC (EGA) announced to investors earlier this week the delivery of the final major piece of bauxite mining equipment at its operations in Guinea. EGA said on Wednesday that a barge loader built by ThyssenKrupp in India arrived in recent days and now awaits installation at the terminus of the site’s 1.5-km […]