EMIRAL RESOURCES

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Emiral has taken several decisive measures to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of our employees and protect the communities in which we operate from the impact of COVID-19. We continue to monitor and manage the risks across our production and exploration sites

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Emiral is an independent, international mining company with a deep connection to Africa, offering a diverse, high-quality portfolio of exploration and production projects. We create value for our people, communities and partners focusing on long-life mining operations

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Mauritania

Emiral currently has an active exploration project in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania. Since February 2020 local subsidiary EMIRAL Mining SARL has implemented a wide range of prospecting and exploration works to reveal high potential mining targets.

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Sudan

Emiral’s leading project is the Kush project, implemented in the Republic of the Sudan by Kush for Exploration and Production and its production subsidiary Alliance for Mining. Alliance is the biggest industrial gold producer in Sudan.

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Mali

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Niger

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Chad

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Burkinia Faso

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Ivory Coast

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Ghana

In February of 2021, Emiral formed a local wholly owned subsidiary — Emiral Resources Ghana Ltd. Today, Emiral continuously performs initial exploration on over 170 sq.km divided into 3 prospecting blocks.

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Ethiopia

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Eritrea

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Zimbabwe

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Madagascar

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CORE COMPETENCIES

Exploration

Exploration is at the core of Emiral’s business. We are experts in exploration program design, implementation, and quality control. Additionally, we manage PP & GG database, evaluate and analyse mineral deposits and oil and gas prospective basins, and specialise in geological 2D/3D modelling.

Development

In order to guarantee the highest quality results, we work hard to develop and estimate natural resources and its qualities, design open pit and underground developments, research oil production, CAPEX and OPEX scheduling and investment profiles.

Production

At Emiral, our process determines our product. Therefore, we produce technical solutions for mine and field facilities construction, as well as for oil and gas infrastructure. Our production is supported by efficient procurement, planning, and quality control.

Trading & procurement

We specialize in commodity trading and procurement, which allows us to have a wide network of offtakers and suppliers worldwide. Emiral is also efficient in purchasing, logistics, vendor management, and supply chain optimization.

RESPONSIBLE & SUSTAINABLE

Emiral strives to deliver sustainable long-term benefits to local communities through our Social Responsibility programs

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  • Toxic Times: The Real Price of Gold

    Gold is a rare and precious metal, symbolising wealth and high status. Its value has recently reached a staggering $1,800 per ounce and its demand continues to shine.

    With gold prices remaining high amid weakened economies and fears of a global recession, more people are turning to illegal or unregulated mining to survive.

    Over 60 million people depend on artisanal mining (ASM) to earn their bread according to a 2019 estimate from the World Bank. From Africa to South America, millions of people, including children, work in small gold mines. Gold mining is the leading commodity when it comes to artisanal mining, with the informal sector extracting almost 20% of the global gold supply. For many individuals, this activity presents the only opportunity for employment and a path out of poverty.

    Artisanal and small-scale gold mining is a vital source of income and path out of poverty, but it is also very dangerous because miners use toxic mercury to separate the gold from the ore. Estimates report that 25 – 33% of miners suffer from chronic intoxication from metallic mercury vapour  (International Labour Organization).

    Exposure to mercury has irreversible toxic effects on the environment and to our health from memory loss, neuromuscular changes, and lung, cardiovascular and reproductive defects to impaired vision and kidney damage. In higher exposer situations, mercury can kill.

    Environmental degradation is another side effect. Mercury enters the atmosphere, washes from mine tailings into rivers, lakes and oceans and converts to bioavailable, highly toxic methylmercury, contaminating fish and other aquatic life, building to dangerous levels in the food chain and contaminating food supplies. There is a growing flow of mercury into the rainforests of the Amazon basin for example. Today, Brazil is among the world’s top 10 exporters of gold. Between January and May 2022, the country had already exported 46.9 tonnes of gold, with the bulk of it being mined illegally.

    The use of mercury for gold extraction is the main source of mercury pollution across the globe. It accounts for 37 per cent of all mercury emissions.

    Toxic gold practices and mercury pollution continues to be a pervasive and global issue with serious consequences for millions of miners, vulnerable women and children, indigenous peoples, and ecosystems.

    So, what can mining companies, governments, and international organisations do to eradicate mercury from mining?

    • More training for ASM
    • Better tools and technology;
    • Better education on the adverse effects of mercury in ASM communities;
    • Eliminate the need for artisanal miners to use polluting and dangerous mercury extraction methods by purchasing the gold-bearing rock at market rates
    • Strengthen The Minamata Convention

    In the coming weeks, we will be taking a deeper dig into the world of gold mining in ASM communities especially in the countries Emiral work in and explore the challenges and solutions.

    Follow us to find out more.

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    #MakeMercuryHistory

    Published On: 26 September, 2022
  • Emiral Mining Mauritania celebrates Eid al-Fitr with artisanal miners

    Emiral Mining Mauritania invited artisanal miners operating near the area of its license block for a joint celebration of Eid.

    Speaking at the celebration, Mr. D. Tokarev, Director General of Emiral Mauritania, made an overview of the company’s exploration plans, stressing that Emiral seeks good relations with neighboring traditional miners. The Director stressed that the company has an exploration program at depths that can not be accessed by traditional methods and carries out prospecting aimed at discovering industrial grade reserves, which would benefit the whole country.

    Emiral Mauritania will continue supporting local traditional miners with water and extending other vital assistance ensuring safety for all people present in or near the area under exploration.

    Published On: 2 May, 2022
  • Alliance for Mining holds Ramadan Iftar celebration with partners

    On April 21, 2022,  Alliance for Mining organized its annual Ramadan Iftar celebration at the Corinthia Hotel in Khartoum inviting over 180 representatives of the mining industry.

    Guests included Dr. Muhammad Saeed Zain Al-Abidin, Undersecretary of the ministry, Mr. Mubarak Ardol, Director-General of the Sudanese Company for Mineral Resources,  directors of departments, engineers and geologists, along with representatives from the ministry of Trade, the Central bank of Sudan, the Sudanese Standards and Metrology Organization, the Customs authority, senior representatives of the mining police, and the employees of the company.

    Following an entertainment show presented by a local stand-up comedy group, the guests were shown a documentary film about the social responsibility program implemented by the company in  the Wadi Ushar and Haya municipalities in the Red Sea state.

    Published On: 22 April, 2022
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