#Mining in Sudan: how La Mancha have operated a successful gold mine since 1992
Martin Amyot, Senior VP of La Mancha shared the mining company’s experiences operating in Sudan at the MENA Mining Congress 2011. The North African nation possesses significant mineral wealth within its territory including: petroleum, natural gas, uranium, tin, silver, manganese, zinc, iron, lead, copper, cobalt, nickel and gold.
The Hassai gold mine is an open pit mine located in the Red Sea Hills desert in north-eastern Sudan, approximately 50km from Khartoum. La Mancha Resources, through its subsidiary, owns 40% of the mine. The remaining is held by Ariab Mining Company, who is also the operator.
To learn more about the Canadian junior miner’s plans to increase resources at the Hassaï mining complex, download La Mancha’s presentation from the MENA Mining Congress 2011.
Want an update on mining activities in Sudan and the surrounding North African region? Between 21-23 October 2012, The MENA Mining Show will unite mining companies, investors and government officials from across the Middle East and North Africa to discuss the latest exploration opportunities. To find out more, visit www.terrapinn.com/miningme