The Southern African country is currently an also-ran in the global manganese market, but that could be about to change.
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Reuters reported that BHP has put the brakes on mining investment in Gabon, much to the dismay of the government, who had been banking on large-scale iron and manganese projects.
Evolving government policy aims to enhance the value of the country’s resource output and create jobs. And a new manganese furnace may be proof that it’s working.
Mining Weekly reported that Ferrex has received an exploration license in Gabon.
The small African nation’s vast reserves of the metal could see it overtake South Africa for the top spot within four years.
Mining Weekly reported that manganese production is going to ramp up in Gabon.
Mining Weekly reported that the Indian Steel Ministry has instructed MOIL to increase manganese ore availability to meet the needs of the domestic steel industry.
Silver Bull Resources Inc. (TSX:SVB,NYSE:SVBL) announced that the work completed at its Ndjole license over the past two years includes the drilling of three holes that intersect thick, near-surface manganese mineralization.
A look a the factors influencing falling manganese production in South Africa.
Mining Weekly reported that according to Gabon’s Mines Minister, BHP Billiton (ASX:BHP,LSE:BLT) will meet with the government of Gabon on April 16 to finalize a convention for the development of a manganese mine.