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African Minerals and Geosciences Centre
Minerals For Development
|Training courses are offered by the Centre, scheduled or upon request tailor-made, on different topics related to the mineral industry. Some of the course modules are developed internally and others are developed based on requests from customers.
AMGC is a co-organising together with PanAfGeo project the Final Meeting of the Geoscientific Knowledge and Skills in African Geological Surveys (PanAfGeo) Project, which will take place from the 24th to 25th of October 2019 in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Following the huge success of 2018, the 3rd Tanzania Oil & Gas Congress will be returning 2 – 3 October at Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre - Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania with the full support of the Ministry of Energy, TPDC and all key government bodies. This year, the Congress will focus on exciting investment opportunities, strategies to boost industrialisation and new oil and gas projects in the region.
Nigeria Mining Week that returns to Abuja 14 – 16 October 2019 .1st Mining Drc-Zambia will do a preview on the Nigerian-Mining Week in its Sept/Oct edition to and discuss expectations. We will provide a platform for Companies to contribute editorially to this Special feature, as well as brand your company through advertising in a niche campaign, directed at making the Nigerian Mining sector aware of your products and Services at the upcoming event . The Nigerian mining industry has certainly witnessed some phenomenal developments within the past couple of years. Issues, challenges and solutions of the Nigerian mining industry are discussed at Nigeria Mining Week. Our journal will be distributed at the event. For further information please visit http://fmdrc-zambia.com/
The Government of Angola will be organizing the first Angola International Mining Conference & Exhibition, CIESM, taking place 20 - 21 November 2019 in Luanda, Republic of Angola.
This will be The future of Angola's Mining industry on Spotlight at CIESM. While Angola is perhaps better known for it's Oil and Gas sector, under President Lourenço, the Angolan Mining industry has been undergoing wide ranging reforms, including new regulations and policies, to make the sector more agile and competitive in the current economic climate. CIESM is being organized as one of the initiatives looking at what are the challenges in meeting the goals set for the industry, while at the same promoting the potential of the national mining sector to international investors. For the further information please click here
Regional mining Exhibition & Conference taking place on 28-29 October 2019 in Kigali, RWANDA, at the Kigali Convention Centre. Hosted by RMB – Rwanda Mines, Petroleum & Gas Board, the government institution that leads, manages and regulates Rwanda’s extractive sector, this regional business and investment platform will focus on mining Operations and Exploration projects the East & Central African region, positioning Rwanda as a modern hub for business, investment, trading and mineral processing.
EAST & CENTRAL AFRICA MINING FORUM will gather the entire value chain of the industry for Mining operators, Exploration companies, international Investors, Services/Equipment/Technology providers and key Institutions involved in the development of the sector to start their journey into the industrialisation of the region, from exploration to operation, from artisanal to large scale, as well as value addition and exports of minerals. For brochure please visit:ECAMF Brochure and for registration visit: ECAMF Registration
The 39th meeting of the Governing Council (GC) of the AMGC was held in Khartoum Sudan from 13 to 18 February 2019. The GC is the highest policy organ of AMGC comprising of the Ministers responsible for Mineral Resources of the members countries, meets annually to oversee the activities of the Centre. In its 39th meeting, the GC deliberated on several issues pertaining to the AMGC activities and among them were the approval of its annual budget and the renewal of the contract of the Director General for a second four-year term.
|Funded by the World Bank, the Australian Thomson Aviation company was contracted by Mozambican Government to carry out airborne survey (magnetic and radiometric) in the north of Mozambique covering the area shown below.
The survey was carried out between 2014 and 2015 and the data were delivered to the National Directorate of Geology and Mines (DNGM) in binging of 2016.
The delivery data include:
• Magnetic and elevation data in Geosoft GDB format
• Radiometric data in Geosoft GDB format
• A set of grids in Geosoft GRD format
• A set of digital maps in at scale 1:250.000 in JPG format
• A set of digital maps in at scale 1:50.000 in JPG format
• Magnetic and elevation data in Geosoft XYZ format (ASCII)
• Radiometric data in Geosoft XYZ format (ASCII)
The coordinate system of delivered data are in coordinate system UTM37S/WGS84.
The data are available at DNGM Department of Geological Information Management. Contcts: Mrs Belmira Muchanga, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Read more