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Tata Steel to cash out of Mozambique asset: TV Narendran

Tata Steel to cash out of Mozambique asset: TV Narendran

Jamshedpur: Tata Steel Ltd has decided not to make further investments in its Benga coal asset in Mozambique and is looking to sell its 35% stake in the mine, the alloy producer's managing director for India and South-East Asia T.V. Narendran said., 1 month ago

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Club of Mozambique, 1 month ago

Indian group recommits to Mozambique as Irish miner restructures

Private-sector Indian group Jindal will remain in Mozambique, even though the international price of coal has fallen significantly. This assurance has been given by Jindal Africa director-general Chandra Singh. "It is good that there is an awareness ...
 Mining Weekly2 weeks ago Drop in coal prices prompts tough measures by Moz miners  FTW Online3 weeks ago Mozambique assures miners about transport, while Indian company posts poor results  Mining Weekly1 month ago Mozambique: Coal India May Pull Out of Mozambique  AllAfrica.com1 month ago

Mozambique : Retrait de Coal India du Bassin de Moatize

AFRICANEWSWIRE.NET (March, 10 2015) La société étatique Coal India vient dannoncer quelle va se retirer de la joint-venture ICVL qui a acquis en 2014 les parts de Rio Tinto Mozambique dans lexploitation du charbon. Coal India détenait 28% de ...
 Africa News Wire2 weeks ago Consortium sends coal mined in Mozambique to India  Club of Mozambique2 months ago Indian firm begins export of Mozambican coal  StarAfrica.com2 months ago
Club of Mozambique

Indian company mulls major developments at its Mozambique mine

Indian State-owned company International Coal Ventures Limited (ICVL) is to invest some $1.9-billion in Mozambique. This has been revealed by ICVL Mozambique director- general Nirmal Chandra Jha to The Indian Express newspaper. The company now owns ...
 Mining Weekly1 month ago India's ICVL to invest USD 2 billion in Mozambique  Club of Mozambique1 month ago Indian-led consortium pours US$2b into Mozambique  StarAfrica.com1 month ago COAL INDIA : Indian Consortium Invests $2bn In Mozambique's Mining Sector  4 Traders1 month ago

Indian firm dumps Mozambican joint venture

Indian firm Coal India Limited (CIL) has announced that it is withdrawing from a joint venture under which it last year bought Rio Tinto's Mozambican coal assets.CIL purchased the assets in 2014 for US$50 million from Anglo-Australian Rio Tinto, ...
 StarAfrica.com4 weeks ago Coal India to Withdraw From Moatize Basin  AllAfrica.com1 month ago
Ventures Africa

Tata Steel Group Discards Mozambican Assets As Heavy Losses Linger

VENTURES AFRICA Indian mining giant, Tata Steel Group has disposed of its coal mining assets atBenga Mine in Mozambique's Tete province following an extended period of heavy losses. The Tata Steel group has decided to put an end to any ...
 Ventures Africa1 month ago TATA STEEL : Discards Mozambican Assets As Heavy Losses Linger  4 Traders1 month ago

Eqstra won't sell troubled mining-linked units at 'bottom of the cycle'

He said Eqstra would not sell its contract mining business in a depressed market. He said it would be prudent to first make the business more attractive by turning it around and paying off its debt, before considering potential buyers, more likely ...
 Engineering News1 week ago Eqstra not selling contract mining business yet  Mining Weekly3 weeks ago

EQSTRA CORPORATION LIMITED - Unaudited interim results for the six months ended 31 December 2014

Eqstra Corporation Limited - Unaudited Interim Results For The Six Months Ended 31 December 2014 Release Date: 03/03/2015 08:41:00Code(s): EQS02 EQS07 EQS04 EQS08A EQS06 EQS05 EQS09 EQS Unaudited interim results for the six months ended ...
 Sharenet3 weeks ago


MAPUTO, Feb 25 (NNN-AIM) -- The Canadian oil and gas company Wentworth Resources has announced that drilling has been abandoned at the Kifaru-1 exploration well in the Rovuma onshore concession in the northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado. ...
 NAM News Network1 month ago

Opening Bell 16 February | Reliance Industries shares could be under pressure

A file photo of the BSE building in Mumbai. Photo: Hemant Mishra/Mint Mumbai: Asian markets were trading higher on Monday morning led by gains in Japan after the economy emerged out of recession in the December quarter. Japan's Nikkei Stock ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago Opening Bell 16 January | Reliance Industries shares could be under pressure  Yahoo! Maktoob News1 month ago
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