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Kenmare Resources confident on outlook for annual production

WCP B continues to perform well in Pilivili, supporting higher volumes of ore mined and final product output.

Kenmare production on the way up

[img:Kenmare - l_0.JPG|Kenmare’s Moma wet
concentrator plant
at night
]Dublin, Ireland --- MININGREVIEW.COM --- 21 January 2011 - Kenmare Resources plc, a producer of titanium minerals in Mozambique, says output of heavy mineral concentrate from its Moma project increased by 8% in the second half of 2010, compared with the first half.

The Moma operation – which contains one of the largest deposits of titanium-bearing mineral sands in the world – is wholly-owned by Kenmare, which is quoted on the Irish and London Stock Exchanges. Moma is Kenmare’s principal project.

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Miner in Mozambique announces COVID-19 upsurge

The company has initiated blanket testing of the workforce on the site every two weeks and is targeting a reduction of this interval.

Kenmare Resources receives takeover proposal from Iluka

Mozambique – Kenmare Resources, the operator of the Moma titanium minerals mine, in Mozambique, has received a revised, nonbinding proposal from Australian mineral sands...

Kenmare secures $100M through capital raising to deleverage balance sheet

Mozambique mineral sands miner Kenmare will pursue a capital raising and debt restructuring to materially deleverage its balance sheet with US$100 million already secured. Subject...

Kenmare looks to further expand its Mozambique mine

[img:Kenmare%20-%20l_0.JPG|Night view of
Kenmare’s Moma
mineral sands
]Dublin, Ireland --- 30 April 2012 - Irish mining company Kenmare Resources is conducting a study with a view to the further expansion of its heavy sands mine in Mozambique, but points out that investment in new electricity supply will be required if the project goes ahead.

Kenmare's current expansion of the Moma mine ‒ which will lead to an annual production of  1.2Mt of ilmenite, 75,000t of zircon and 21,000t of rutile ‒ will be completed in the last quarter of this year, but Reuters reports that, given high prices and strained supply, there is scope for more.

Ilmenite and rutile are sources of titanium dioxide, a white pigment used in paints, textiles and plastics. Zircon is used in ceramics like dinnerware, kitchen tiles and bathroom products.

“By the end of this year we plan to have it completed,” company manager for Mozambique Gareth Clifton told Reuters, referring to the feasibility study for the new expansion project.  

“There is a shortage of supply at the moment and prices are good,” he said.

The price of ilmenite surged from around US$100 per tonne to US$300 to US$400/t in 2011, Clifton revealed. Rutile prices doubled from US$1,000/t, while the price of zircon jumped from US$1,000 to US$2,400/t.

“We expect that growth rate to be maintained, and in the short term we don't expect any new entrants into the market,” Clifton concluded.

Kenmare Resources announces 2nd US$100 million subscription agreement

Kenmare Resources, the dual-listed mineral sands producer, is a global producer of titanium minerals and zircon and operates the Moma titanium minerals mine in northern...
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Kenmare Resources’ WCP B dredge successfully relocated

Kenmare Resources has relocated the dredge which forms part of the wet concentrator plant B mining operation.

Significant production increase at Kenmare’s Moma plant

[img:Kenmare%20rd_0.jpg|Ilmenite in the
product storage
warehouse at Moma
]Maputo, Mozambique --- MININGREVIEW.COM --- 31 October 2011 - Irish mining and exploration company Kenmare Resources plc has announced a significant increase in production during the third quarter of this year from its heavy mineral concentrate (HMC) operation in the Moma district, on the northern Mozambican coast.
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Another consecutive record year for Kenmare Resources

"2017 was a further consecutive year of record delivery for Kenmare Resources," says MD, Michael Carvill. "Both production and shipments of all products were at record...

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