The Ncondezi thermal coal Project is located in the Zambezi Coal Basin in the Tete Province of Northern Mozambique, one of the largest undeveloped coal regions in the world.
The development of the Ncondezi Project into an integrated coal mine and 300MW mine mouth power station will see a substantial investment into the Tete Province, generating domestic revenue streams, stimulating regional development, creating employment opportunities and strengthening and diversifying the country’s production base.
The project is approximately 90km from the existing power transmission grid.
Located in the prospective Karoo sediments, Ncondezi has defined a substantial JORC coal resource of 4.7 billion tonnes across two contiguous licence areas, which cover 38,700ha (equivalent to 35km by 11km). It owns 100% of the licences.
The coal extends from surface, generally dipping at around 15º, in zones up to 80m thick.
Summary JORC Resource Statement
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