African Gold Group has announced that SENET (Pty) Ltd has been awarded the contract to deliver an updated definitive feasibility study for the Kobada Gold Project in Mali. The company pointed out that SENET is one of the leading project management and engineering firms in the field of mineral processing in Africa. “It has delivered over 24 projects and studies in West Africa alone, and has a proven track record in taking projects from feasibility study through to production.”
“Our vast experience in Africa has proven that no two projects are quite the same, therefore our approach has been to cater to our client’s specific requirements,” said Darren Naylor, Managing Director of SENET. “We are excited to be awarded this study on such an exciting project, specifically one in Mali where we have been involved in several early stage projects. We are very excited to be given the opportunity to take this study through to engineering design of the mine, process plant and infrastructure. SENET’s has a proven track record in delivering projects on time and within budget and is looking forward to developing a mutually beneficial relationship with AGG.”
For almost three decades SENET has provided project management, multidisciplinary engineering, procurement and logistics management, and construction services to the mining and mineral processing industry. “We are very pleased to have SENET on board,” says Danny Callow, Chief Operating Officer of AGG. “SENET has time and again delivered projects in remote countries, with logistical and cross-border challenges and this is the type of expertise we require to take Kobada to the ‘ready for construction’ phase. SENET has a reputation for delivering projects on time and within budget and this is why we have appointed them on this project.”
SENET will oversee and consolidate studies from a number of industry experts to fast-track the Feasibility Study, which already indicated significant upside potential, to enable AGG to start production on the exciting Kobada concession. The Feasibility Study is expected to be completed by April 2020.