• Base Resources » Kwale Operations

    Kwale Mineral Sands Operations. Overview Base Resources wholly-owned subsidiary, Base Titanium Limited, operates the 100% owned Kwale Operation in Kenya, which commenced production in late 2013. Kwale is located 10 kilometres inland from the Kenyan coast and 50 kilometres south of Mombasa, the principal port facility for East Africa.

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  • Base Resources » Toliara Project

    Toliara Project. Base Resources subsidiary, Base Toliara, operates the 100% owned Base Toliara Project in south-west Madagascar, 40km north of the regional town and port of Toliara. The Toliara Project is underpinned by the large, high grade Ranobe deposit, and is considered by Base Resources to be one of the best mineral sands development projects in the world.

  • Kwale Mineral Sands Project Mining Technology Mining

    Kwale Mineral Sands is a project at an advanced-stage of development, located in Kenya, approximately 40km south of Mombasa. The project is owned and operated by Base Resources, which acquired it from Vaaldiam Mining in August 2010. The mine’s development is estimated to cost $298m Construction

  • Base Resources » Company Overview

    Company Overview. Base Resources (ASX & AIM: BSE) is an Australian based, African focused, mineral sands producer and developer with a track record of project delivery and operational performance. The Company operates the established Kwale Operations in Kenya and is developing the Toliara Sands Project in Madagascar.

  • Base Titanium Operations Update

    Mining tenure arrangements continue to be progressed through the Ministry of Petroleum and Mining as a precursor to an anticipated updated Ore Reserve based on the expanded 2017 Kwale South Dune Mineral Resource as announced on 4 th October 2017.

  • Kwale mineral sands project Archives Miningreview

    Joe Schwarz from Base Titanium discusses the company’s achievement highlights at its Kwale minerals sand operation in Kenya. Base Resources has delivered a financially outstanding performance over the last three years, thanks to an optimisation project implemented at its Kwale operation

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    Mineral sand output at Base Resources will fall sharply in 2020 IM May June 2019 Output from the Kwale mineral sand operation in Kenya is expected to fall sharply in 2020 because of a necessary relocation to the asset’s South Dune ore body, Base Resources has said, with consequences for ilmenite, zircon and rutile. Read More

  • Base Titanium Project Overview

    Project Setting. Special Mining Lease N o 23 measuring 1,661 hectares is located within the Kwale Prospecting License PL/2018/0119 area of 88km 2 and is located approximately 50km south of Mombasa, and 8km inland from the Indian Ocean.. The Project resource comprises two dunes that contain economically viable concentrations of heavy minerals, which are separated by the

  • Industrial Minerals

    Mineral sand output at Base Resources will fall sharply in 2020 IM May June 2019 Output from the Kwale mineral sand operation in Kenya is expected to fall sharply in 2020 because of a necessary relocation to the asset’s South Dune ore body, Base Resources has said, with consequences for ilmenite, zircon and rutile. Read More

  • Base Resources to expand mining in East Africa The East

    22/01/2018· Base Resources plans to increase its exploration and mining activities in the region, after winning five licences from the Tanzania government to search for mineral sands. The Australian miner, already producing mineral sands from Kwale in Kenya, has also applied for a licence for more acreage from Nairobi, and is set to complete the $75 million acquisition of Toliara sand mines in Madagascar.

  • Proactiveinvestors Australia Base Resources Limited

    https://proactiveinvestors.au/companies/news/34240/base-resources-ambrian-partners-set-a140-target-as-kwale-minerals-sand-project-develops-40818.html The buy

  • Base Resources : 24/10/2019 Quarterly Activities Report

    African mineral sands producer, Base Resources Limited (ASX & AIM: BSE) (Base Resources or the Company) is pleased to provide a quarterly operational, development and corporate update. Kwale Mineral Sands Operations ( Kwale Operations ) in Kenya successfully ramped up mining operations at the South Dune orebody following the transition from the fully depleted Central Dune orebody at the

  • Base Resources Ltd Another sound quarterly report

    Base Resources Ltd () is an Australian based, African focused, mineral sands producer and developer wi th a track record of project delivery and operational performance. It operates the Kwale Project in Kenya and is developing the Toliara Project in Madagascar. Mineral sands are used to manufacture every day “quality-of-life” items such as paints (ilmenite and rutile) and ceramic tiles

  • Base Resources 'unique in sector' with 'defined earnings

    Tim Carstens, managing director of Base Resources Limited (ASX:BSE, LON:BSE), speaks to Proactive Investors about the profitable mineral sands company's wholly-owned Kwale project in Kenya, and

  • Base Resources LTD updates on resources and reserves

    As at 30 June 2018 Base Resources LTD (LON:BSE) had a total resource at the producing Kwale project in Kenya of 134mln tonnes of ore. That was down

  • Base Resources to hire 300 at Kwale mine The Standard

    Australian firm Base Resources is hiring 300 Kenyans to work on the Sh76.5 billion Titanium mining project in Kwale at the coast. This is, however, a far cry from the 4,417 applicants seeking jobs

  • Major Mines & Projects Kwale Mine

    The base of the deposit is weathered sandstone from the Mazeras Sandstone. The Kwale Special Prospecting License comprises three mineralised zones, the Central, South and North Dunes, which occur as unconsolidated dunes. Only the Central and South Dunes form part of the Kwale Project.

  • Base enjoying strong rutile market dynamics MiningNews.net

    Base's debt reduced from $153 million to $92.5 million last financial year, with the company aiming to achieve "retirement of the Kwale project finance facility" by June 30, 2019. The company is also "pursuing (a) mine-life extension at the Kwale operation", with current reserves giving the miner in the order of another 5-6 years.

  • Base Resources to hire 300 at Kwale mine The Standard

    Australian firm Base Resources is hiring 300 Kenyans to work on the Sh76.5 billion Titanium mining project in Kwale at the coast. This is, however, a far

  • Base Titanium Africa Outlook Magazine

    In January construction of Base Resources' Kwale Mineral Sand Project passed the half way mark and it is now more than 70 percent complete, with production on track for the second half of this year. The first bulk shipments of product are expected in December and key offtake arrangements are in

  • Base ups Kwale's ilmenite, zircon guidance Mining Journal

    Base ups Kwale's ilmenite, zircon guidance . Base Resources (AU:BSE) has upped production guidance at its Kwale mineral sands mine after delivering another strong quarter at its

  • titanium mining in kwale populareducation.co.za

    Base Titanium, synonymous with Kenya''s largest mining development, the Kwale Mineral Sands Project, has developed, constructed and now Read More Kwale titanium mining firm posts Sh1.6bn loss Daily Nation

  • A promising pipeline of mining opportunities in Kenya Base

    affairs and development at Base Titanium (the local subsidiary and operating entity of Base Resources) discusses the company’s achievement highlights at its Kwale minerals sand operation in Kenya. A promising pipeline of mining opportunities in Kenya I n July 2017 the Kwale project was awarded offi-cial flagship status by Kenya’s Vision

  • Aggreko to provide power to Kwale sand mine in Kenya

    10/10/2014· Aggreko provided 250kVA of power to the Kwale Mineral Sands Mine when the project began. (Image source: Isuru Senevi/Flickr) The sand mine is being operated by Australian titanium producer Base Resources, said Aggreko in a statement. The electricity would be supplied through a full-lifecycle project power, right from project construction to

  • INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES:

    1. BACKGROUND TO THE KWALE MINERAL SANDS PROJECT 1.1. The mineral deposits Geological definition of an area containing mineralization is called a resource. When there has been enough work done to assess the mining & extraction process, the mineralization that can be economically mined is termed an ore reserve. In the Kwale project, the total

  • Base Resources ready for titanium mining in Kenya after

    3/10/2013· MOMBASA, Kenya, Oct 3 (Reuters) Australian mining concern Base Resources expects to launch its long delayed $305 million Kenya titanium project shortly and export minerals before the end of the

  • Mineral Sands Dredging, Filtration, Drying & More Ausenco

    Cost effective industrial minerals projects from studies, design, engineering through to delivery. Ausenco’s knowledge and expertise in mineral sands is diverse, covering the full range of wet and dry processing techniques and services.

  • Offshore sea sand harvest in Kwale district, south of

    Offshore sea sand harvest in Kwale district, south of Mombasa, Kenya A sand dredger harvesting sand offshore near Tiwi. The national environmental tribunal (NET) in Kenya stopped China Roads and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) from harvesting sea sand in Kwale County for construction of the terminal of SGR after locals appealed against a license issued in 2015.