Republic of Guinea

Lindian On Cusp Of Production At Guinean Bauxite Reserves

Lindian On Cusp Of Production At Guinean Bauxite Reserves

Australian mineral exploration firm Lindian Resources Limited is on the verge of bringing its vast bauxite ore resources into production according to the firm’s chairman, who was interviewed by industry media last week. Asimwe Kabunga said that the over one billion metric...

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Chalco Ships First Bauxite From Boffa Mines In Guinea

Aluminum Corp of China Ltd (Chalco) earlier this week commenced the first shipment of its inaugural batch of bauxite ore from mines in the West African country of Guinea. According to a Chinese ship-tracking website, the first 55 thousand metric tons of bauxite from the project left port on Sunday secured in the cargo holds […]

First Capesize Vessel Departs Guinea Alumina Corporation Facilities In Kamsar

Emirates Global Aluminium PJSC (EGA) announced over the weekend the departure of the inaugural Capesize vessel from its bauxite mining subsidiary in Guinea. Berge Bulk’s ore carrier MV Berge Rosa departed from Guinea Alumina Corporation’s facilities at Kamsar bound for an unnamed buyer in India. The vessel set sail with 173 thousand metric tons of […]

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. Conakry and several other northern cities were the site of such protests, which […]

China Bauxite Imports Fall By 6 Percent In August Thanks To The Rains In Africa

Adverse weather conditions are to blame for the drop in imported bauxite ore by buyers in the People’s Republic of China, as rainy weather in Guinea hampered exports of the aluminium precursor to the Middle Kingdom in August. According to data released this week by the country’s customs department, China imported 9.04 million metric tons […]