Tanzania: Symbion to provide 30MW gas plant for mine
Issue 324 - 27 May 2016
Australian mining company Magnis Resources announced on 16 May that it has signed a power development agreement with the US’ Symbion Power to provide a 30MW gas power plant, substation and 132kV transmission line for the Nachu graphite project. Symbion will be responsible for funding, developing and building the electrical infrastructure. Tanzania Electric Supply Company (Tanesco) has given its approval in principle for the deal to proceed. Magnis will now complete an environmental impact assessment and technical and economic feasibility studies.
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