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Minbos signs agreement to begin designing and scheduling work for Cabinda phosphate project

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Minbos Resources has signed an agreement with EPC Engenharia to begin design and scheduling work for the Cabinda Phosphate Fertilizer Project, located in Angola.

Minbos signs agreement to begin designing and scheduling work for Cabinda phosphate project

Work being undertaken by Dar Al-Handasah Consultants on the Cambambe Hydroelectric Power Plant, Angola. Courtesy of Minbos Resources.

The work will be overseen by newly appointed Implementation Manager, Mauro Lopes, and in-country General Manager Operations, Thomas Brueckner, who recently joined CEO Lindsay Reed in Angola to oversee project development works.

EPC Engenharia will subcontract to Dar Al-Handasah Consultants, an established EPCM contractor with a long history of working in Angola.

Details of the full EPCM contract are currently being negotiated with EPC Engenharia; however, work will begin immediately through the LNTP Agreement, with project kick-off meetings having commenced immediately under direction of Implementation Manager Mauro Lopes.

The LNTP Agreement covers the project items:


  • General infrastructure: Earthworks, road, drainage, fence and construction site.
  • Infrastructure for process utilities.
  • Electrical infrastructure (power generation).
  • Automation/Instrumentation.
  • Civil works.
  • Structural works.
  • Mechanical equipment/arrangements and piping systems.

Project Schedule

  • Equipment delivery and co-ordination.
  • Subcontractor co-ordination.

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