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Old November 4th, 2011, 11:21 PM   #61
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How are the oil exports going? How is it affecting the economic development?
Its ok as you can see in the previous posts.
But the number one resource that help sustain development is iron.

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I'm surprised, Mauritania beats Senegal on every level here...Maybe it's because of the small Mauritanian population? On en apprend des choses ts les jours
No its not because of the small population.
It performs a little better but believe me if well managed it can do 10 times better.
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Kinross: Tasiast-Expansion Commitment To Hit $1 Billion By Year-End; Production Set For 2014
11/03/2011

(Kitco News)– Kinross Gold Corp. anticipates it will have spent $400 million and committed $1 billion to expansion of the promising Tasiast mine in the African nation of Mauritania by end of the year. It targets gold production from the project will begin in 2014.

Tasiast, acquired last year after a friendly takeover of Red Back Mining, is one of several projects in Kinross’ pipeline that collectively are expected to double the gold-mining company’s 2010 output by 2015.


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KINROSS TASISAST GOLD MINE IN MAURITANIA is expanding to become one of the world's largest gold mines
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- Projet de décret portant approbation du contrat d'exploration-production signé le 27 octobre 2011 sur le bloc C-10 du bassin côtier entre l'Etat et certaines sociétés dont l'opérateur est Tullow Mauritania Limited;

Les trois projets de décrets ci-dessus portent respectivement sur la régularisation et l'approbation d'un contrat d'exploration-production et de deux avenants à contrats de partages avec certaines sociétés pétrolières.

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°815 pour les substances du groupe 2 (Or et substances connexes) dans la zone de Maghama (Wilaya du Gorgol) au profit de la société Peaks Metals Mining & Technology.Co ;

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°1160 pour les substances du groupe 2 (Or et substances connexes) dans la zone de Hadeibet Nsil (Wilaya de Dakhlet Nouadhibou) au profit de la société Drake Ressources Ltd ;

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°1175 pour les substances du groupe 2 (Or et substances connexes) dans la zone de Tigjarat (Wilayas de l'Adrar et de l'Inchiri) au profit de la société Négoce International Mining ;

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°1240 pour les substances du groupe 2 (Or et substances connexes) dans la zone de Gleibat Lmhar (Wilaya du Tiris Zemmour) au profit de la société Curve Capital Ventures Ltd ;

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°1324 pour les substances du groupe 2 (Or et substances connexes) dans la zone d'Oued El Gouirat (Wilaya de l'Adrar) au profit de la société Karfahane Co. Limited ;

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°1340 pour les substances du groupe 4 (Uranium et autres éléments radioactifs) dans la zone d'Oummat Chegag (Wilaya du Tiris Zemmour) au profit de la société Orecorp Mauritania Sarl ;

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°1391 pour les substances du groupe 2 (Or et substances connexes) dans la zone de Bir Emebou (Wilaya du Tiris Zemmour) au profit de la société Earthston Ressources Mauritania Sarl ;

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°1395 pour les substances du groupe 2 (Or et substances connexes) dans la zone d'Achguig (Wilaya du Tiris Zemmour) au profit de la société Earthston Ressources Mauritania Sarl ;

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°1436 pour les substances du groupe 3 (Tourbe et autres éléments combustibles fossiles) dans la zone de Tiguinte (Wilaya du Trarza) au profit de la société Négoce International Mining;

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°1439 pour les substances du groupe 2 (Or et substances connexes) dans la zone de Tijraj Sud (Wilayas de l'Adrar et de l'Inchiri) au profit de la société Tafoli Minerals Sarl ;

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°1465 pour les substances du group 1 (Fer et substances connexes) dans la zone de Metairat (Wilaya du Guidimagha) au profit de la société ES. Minerals Mauritania Sarl ;

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°1477 pour les substances du groupe 1 (Fer et substances connexes) dans la zone Ould Hjour (Wilaya de l'Adrar) au profit de la société ES. Minerals Mauritania Sarl ;

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°1480 pour les substances du groupe 1 (Fer et substances connexes) dans la zone de Tijania (Wilayas de l'Assaba et du Gorgol) au profit de la société ES. Minerals Mauritania Sarl ;

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°1491 pour les substances du groupe 4 (Uranium et autres éléments radioactifs) dans la zone de Khoula (Wilaya du Hodh El Charghi) au profit de la société Général Minière Mauritanienne.

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°1509 pour les substances du groupe 4 (Uranium et autres éléments radioactifs) dans la zone d'Oumou Tyour (Wilaya de l'Inchiri) au profit de la société Mauritania Energy Minerals Sa ;

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°1510 pour les substances du groupe 4 (Uranium et autres éléments radioactifs) dans la zone de Khatt Eizzene (Wilaya de l'Inchiri) au profit de la société Mauritania Energy Minerals Sa ;

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°1564 pour les substances du groupe 1 (Fer et substances connexes) dans la zone de Medinet El Aouat (Wilaya de l'Inchiri) au profit de la société Pacific Andes Ressources Développement Limited ;

- Projet de décret accordant le permis de recherche n°1565 pour les substances du groupe 1 (Fer et substances connexes) dans la zone de Steilet Yati (Wilayas de Dakhlet Nouadhibou de l'Inchiri) au profit de la société Pacific Andes Ressources Développement Limited ;


Source :Agence Mauritanienne d'Information

On November 3rd, 2011 the Council of Ministers considered and adopted the following draft decrees concerning exploration permits for minerals oil/gas and other substances.
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Its ok as you can see in the previous posts.
But the number one resource that help sustain development is iron.
Bonjour,
Est-ce que la Mauritanie réalise déjà une auto-suffisance au niveau du pétrole ? ou importe-elle du pétrole raffiné ?
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new nouakchott international airport
موريتانيا: مطار جديد بطاقة 2 مليون مسافر سنويا

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الأخبار / (نواكشوط) – صادق مجلس الوزراء في اجتماعه اليوم الخميس (10/13) على الاتفاقية التي حددت المعايير الفنية لتشييد مطار دولي جديد لنواكشوط، والتي قدمها بيان مشترك لوزيري التجهيز والنقل والاقتصاد والتنمية ، وتصل الطاقة الاستيعابية للمطار الدولي الجديد مليوني مسافر سنويا.

وحسب بيان مجلس الوزراء فسيتم إنجاز المشروع خلال 24 شهرا.

وقد اعتمدت الجهات المسؤولة عن المشروع شركة النجاح للأشغال الكبرى منفذا للمشروع بعد أن قدمت التزاما يتضمن "كامل التفاصيل والمخططات طبقا لمعايير الجودة المتعارف عليها دوليا ، وتوفير المرافق والخدمات ، إضافة لمتابعة وتحسين الأثر السلبي للبيئة".
وفي تصريح صحفي للمدير الفني لشركة النجاح لأشغال الكبرى NMW SA ــ صاحبة الصفقة والمملوكة لمجموعة أحمد سالك ولد محمد الأمين بمساهمة بارزة من مجموعة عبد الله ولد انويكظ ــ قال المدير الفني إن الشركة "لديها خبرة رائدة في مجال الإنشاء والتعمير" ، مقدما فوز الشركة بمجموعة من الشهادات العالمية في مجال الجودة والمحافظة على البيئة" ، إضافة "لمجال نظام إدارة السلامة والصحة المهنية".
المشروع في أرقام
- الاستيعاب: 2 مليون مسافر سنويا.
- طراز الطائرات: كافة الطائرات بما فيها أبوينغ 747 ، وأيرباص A380
- عدد مدرجات الهبوط: 2 مدرج
- محطة الركاب (TERMINAL): 18000 م²
- قاعات شرف: 3000 م²
- ارتفاع برج المراقبة: 42 م.
- اليد العاملة في تنفيذ المشروع (مباشر): 600 فرصة عمل
- أجل التنفيذ: 24 شهرا.
- الموقع: 20 كلم على طريق نواذيبو.
ونبه المدير الفني إلى "الانعكاسات الإيجابية التي سيشهدها قطاعي النقل والشحن الجوي فور اكتمال مشروع نواكشوط الدولي الجديد".

وأشار المدير الفني إلى أن الشركة انتدبت "عدة مكاتب أجنبية متخصصة في الدراسات الهندسية للمطارات لاستيفاء دراسة فنية للمشروع ، انطلاقا من المعطيات الجيولوجية والجوية والإنشائية وغيرها من العوامل التقنية".

وتصل الطاقة الاستيعابية للمطار الدولي الجديد إلى 2 مليون مسافر سنويا ، ويمكنه استقبال كافة الطائرات بما فيها ابوينغ 747 ، وأيرباص A380 ، ولديه مرجي هبوط، ، أما محطة ركابه (TERMINAL) فتصل مساحتها إلى 18000 م² ، وبه قاعة شرف تصل مساحتها إلى 3000 م² ، كما يصل ارتفاع برج مراقبته إلى 42 متر.

وسيوفر المشروع الجديد 600 فرصة عمل ، ويصل أجل تنفيذه إلى 24 شهرا ، وسيقام عند الكيلومتر 20 على طريق نواكشوط/نواذيبو
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Est-ce que la Mauritanie réalise déjà une auto-suffisance au niveau du pétrole ? ou importe-elle du pétrole raffiné ?
Je peux pas te répondre maintenant.
Je reviendrai te répondre plus tard.
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MAURITANIA| Nouakchott| New International Airport | Approved

Voila qui est fait.


ps. j’etais au courant mais j’attendais plus d’infos par rapport au projet. bref.
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Mauritania Oil - production
information in this post should be as accurate as of October 14, 2011


Oil - production (bbl/day)


Oil Production in 2001: 0
Oil Production in 2005: 0
Oil Production in 2006: 75,000
Oil Production in 2007: 14,990
Oil Production in 2009: 16,510
Definition of Oil - production: This entry is the total oil produced in barrels per day (bbl/day). The discrepancy between the amount of oil produced and/or imported and the amount consumed and/or exported is due to the omission of stock changes, refinery gains, and other complicating factors.




Mauritania is 76th oil producer in the world with 16,510 bbl/day
Compared to nr 1 producer Russia: 10,120,000
Compared to nr 2 producer Saudi Arabia: 9,764,000
14 Nigeria 2,211,000
15 Algeria 2,125,000
16 Angola 1,948,000
30 Sudan 486,700
34 Eq Guinea 346,000
88 Ghana 7,081
year of estimate is 2009 or 2010
Definition: This entry is the total oil produced in barrels per day (bbl/day). The discrepancy between the amount of oil produced and/or imported and the amount consumed and/or exported is due to the omission of stock changes, refinery gains, and other complicating factors




Oil - consumption: 20,000 bbl/day (2010 est.)
Definition: This entry is the total oil consumed in barrels per day (bbl/day). The discrepancy between the amount of oil produced and/or imported and the amount consumed and/or exported is due to the omission of stock changes, refinery gains, and other complicating factors.

Oil - imports: 17,750 bbl/day (2009 est.)
Definition: This entry is the total oil imported in barrels per day (bbl/day), including both crude oil and oil products.


Oil - exports: 10,000 bbl/day (2009 est.)
Definition: This entry is the total oil exported in barrels per day (bbl/day), including both crude oil and oil products


Oil - proved reserves: 100 million bbl (1 January 2011 est.)
Definition: This entry is the stock of proved reserves of crude oil in barrels (bbl). Proved reserves are those quantities of petroleum which, by analysis of geological and engineering data, can be estimated with a high degree of confidence to be commercially recoverable from a given date forward, from known reservoirs and under current economic conditions.


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Ras Siyan and Harrys this should give you a better picture about Oil production, consumption and potential in Mauritania.
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Le pays dispose de reserves petrolieres importantes! Avec de telle ressources et une si petite population, la Mauritanie dispose des moyens de se developer...

Hadrami, how bad are corruption and mismanagement in Mauritania?
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Le pays dispose de reserves petrolieres importantes! Avec de telle ressources et une si petite population, la Mauritanie dispose des moyens de se developer...

Hadrami, how bad are corruption and mismanagement in Mauritania?
Corruption is one of the major issues holding Mauritania down.
Others being in my opinion tribalism and illiteracy.

Corruption exists in Mauritania at all levels of the state.
From the traffic police officer to the corporate bodies, political bodies, judicial, economic, social and military personnel.
Corruption occurs particularly in the "expenses for equipment, recruitment, bank loans, fishing licensing, distribution of land, payments of taxes."
Beneficiants being managerial staff and government officials favored by the authorities.


Mauritania has enough ressources for its population to live in ''acceptable'' conditions. If we had a government sincerely willing to focus on infrastructure development and fighting against corruption, illiteracy and tribalism things would go better within a year.

Its better today than in the 1980-2005 period though.
The last two years some efforts have been made for more transparency in state governance though i doubt people on the ground feel the effect.
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NOUAKCHOTT - Mauritania this week opened its airwaves to two new television and five radio broadcasters from the private sector, but the government warned against anarchy.

Government gives green light to two new television and five radio broadcasters from private sector, putting end to half a century of state monopoly on media.

Communications Minister Hamdi Ould Mahjoub on Thursday handed out licences at a ceremony in Nouakchott, where he said that the move was "a real challenge" but "should not be assimilated with anarchy".

"We should rather submit this operation, as the law stipulates, to precise and clear rules dictated by our social and cultural realities and specific aspects of our political and economic system," he added.

The measure puts an end to half a century of a state monopoly on the media in the large and mainly desert country in northwest Africa, and Ould Mahjoub said that more new privately owned media outlets could follow.

The minister added that the government was currently working on a means to change the regulation of the public sector radio and television stations to keep them mainly or wholly state-owned, while putting "a definitive end to the control of information by the authorities".

The deliverance of the licences took place four days after the High Authority of the Press and the Audiovisual Sector (HAPA) announced authorisations for the two television stations and five radio channels out of a total of 27 applications it had received.

Private radio and television stations hardly existed in Mauritania, which has two public television channels, one on satellite, and two small private television stations allowed to broadcast on the Internet.

There are currently also two public radio channels. Some private radios broadcast on the Internet, but without official authorisation.


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The Islamic Bank of Mauritania (BIM) has opened its doors this Sunday, November 27th in Nouakchott.
The headquarters of the BIM is at Ksar King Faisal Avenue .

The opening ceremony of the new bank with a capital of 6 billion of UM was held in the presence of the Minister of Finance, the Governor of the BCM, the mayor of the Ksar, the President of Tamwell Africa Holdings and the CEO of IDB, Khaled Al Abood.

"The capital of the BIM is 60% owned by the Islamic Corporation for Private Sector Development (SIDSP), a subsidiary of the IDB and 40% by ASYA Bank, one of the largest Islamic banks in Turkey."

BIM, as its name suggests is an Islamic bank which "all products and services are compatible with the Sharia. "A network of subsidiaries covers the sub-region (Niger, Senegal and Guinea).

The opening ceremony was started by a welcome speech by Mohamed ben Othman, Director General of the BIM. The word was then given to Khaled Al Abood and the governor of the BCM. He then carried out the symbolic ribbon cutting and tour of the premises of the new bank.


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402, Avenue Roi Fayçal- Ksar.
BP 5056 Nouakchott; Mauritanie.
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November 27, 2011




NOUAKCHOTT- Nouakchott will acquire, through a private financing a new international airport located 35 km on the road from Nouadhibou, APA learns from official sources.

The first stone of the new airport was raised Sunday morning by the President of Mauritania, Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz on the eve of the 51-th anniversary of the independence of Mauritania, celebrated every November 28.

With a capacity of two million passengers per year, the infrastructure will have two runways that can accommodate Airbus aircraft, will require funding of about two billion UM.

According to unofficial information, the state will in return give the new airport the old airport, located in the city center and that will be used for commercial purposes.


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Le ministre de l'intérieur et de la décentralisation, M. Mohamed Ould Boilil a inauguré samedi à Nouakchott, en présence du ministre de l'habitat, de l'urbanisme et de l'aménagement du territoire, le siège de la sûreté nationale, dans le cadre des festivités commémoratives de l'indépendance nationale.

Constitués de 256 bureaux repartis sur 5 niveaux pour la partie centrale et 4 niveaux pour les parties latérales avec un sou -sol abritant un parking, des salles d'archives et des magasins de stockage desservis par 5 ascenseurs, ces bâtiments sont construits par l'AMEXTIPE.

Dans son mot pour l'occasion, le ministre de l'intérieur et de la décentralisation, M. Mohamed Ould Boilil a précisé que cette action vient s'ajouter à celles relatives à la promulgation du statut des personnels de la police nationale et ses textes d'application dont l'objectif est de mettre les cadres et agents de la sûreté dans les conditions optimales permettant la réalisation des missions qui leur sont dévolues.

Pour sa part, le directeur général de l'AMEXTIPE, M. Mohamed Ould Bahiya a précisé que la réalisation de cet édifice s'inscrit dans le cadre des efforts de l'Etat visant à améliorer les conditions des établissements publics et moderniser ses infrastructures.

Accompagné du directeur général de la sûreté nationale, le général de brigade Mohamed Ould Hady, la délégation ministérielle a visité les différentes composantes dudit siège.


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Inauguration of new headquarters of National Security:
Made up of 256 offices spread over five levels for the central part and four levels to the sides with a parking, rooms for archives and storage areas served by five lifts, these buildings are built by the mauritanian AMEXTIPE.
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The KINROSS TASISAST GOLD MINE looks like a very interesting project. I will try to get up to date on that
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Originally Posted by preme3000 View Post
The KINROSS TASISAST GOLD MINE looks like a very interesting project. I will try to get up to date on that
Yeah do that its really a big potential.
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