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Danakali Ltd appoints Fluor for FEED for Colluli Potash Project

Mining News - Published on Wed, 11 Jan 2017

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Danakali Ltd announced that globally recognised, multi-national engineering and construction firm, Fluor, has been appointed to lead the front end engineering design (FEED) and optimisation process for the Colluli Potash Project following a competitive tendering process initiated in 2016.

Fluor was one of three shortlisted engineering firms that visited Eritrea and the Colluli site for several days in October 2016. The visit included an overview of the country capital, Asmara, an inspection of the Port of Massawa, and a visit to the future Colluli mine site. Fluor will provide a highly qualified team including project engineer’s skilled in EPC packaging, and a design team with world class process plant and infrastructure experience to the Colluli FEED and optimisation phase.

Fluor also has extensive potash experience in study, optimisation and execution phases. In addition, Fluor has extensive capability and experience in assisting clients to arrange financing for their projects and maintains a specialised group of project finance professionals located in various locations throughout the world. This capability and experience is particularly strong in working with export credit agencies to arrange export credit loans and loan guarantees for major international projects.

Managing Director, Paul Donaldson said “We are delighted to be working with Fluor as we progress the Colluli project. The combination of their values, people, reputation, optimisation approach, mining and metals experience, African experience and potash specific experience, will benefit the project significantly as it progresses towards construction.”

Colluli is one of the most advanced greenfield sulphate of potash (SOP) developments in the world, and demonstrates outstanding economics including industry leading capital intensity, bottom quartile operating costs, close proximity to coast and key markets and unrivalled product diversification potential.

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Posted By : Rabi Wangkhem on Wed, 11 Jan 2017
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