Mining in Ghana
Accounting for 5% of the country’s GDP, mining in
Ghana focuses largely
around the extraction of the nation’s vast gold
reserves. Bauxite, manganese and
diamonds are also products of mining in Ghana. There
are approximately 23
actively mining in Ghana, with AngoGold Ashanti as
the key industry figure. Currently, MiningIQ keeps
records of 90 mining projects in Ghana.
largest operation actively mining in Ghana is the Tarkwa Carbon
Expansion Project – 60km from Takoradi. This particular project is currently in the feasibility phase and has increased throughput from 400 000 to 1 million tonnes of ore per month. MiningIQ keeps
detailed operations records of mining in Ghana –
even keeping track of financial values; which in
this case, is estimated to be around ZAR3, 9
Mining in Ghana,
The largest operation actively
in Ghana is the Tarkwa Carbon Leach Plant
Mining in Ghana is expanding with numerous
feasibility studies underway, all
currently being tracked and recorded by MiningIQ. With two gold projects valued
at over ZAR1 billion set to go live in the near future, it is important for
individuals and organisations involved in mining in Ghana to keep up to date
with the latest developments.
MiningIQ keeps track of expansion projects for continued mining in Ghana, such
as the ZAR 1, 6 million Bibiani Extension Project, which is aimed at
refurbishing and further mining tailings 250km northwest of Accra.
|Tracking and reporting
in Ghana is part of the mining intelligence service available.
Over 150 companies
rely on MiningIQ to help them
drive business within the