Elenilto awarded tender for Togolese phosphate project

By James Sean Dickson
Published: Wednesday, 09 September 2015

Togo has an undeveloped minerals industry, but Elenilto wants to push forward the 1.8bn tonne phosphate project it was recently awarded, claiming gas pipelines and proximity to ports will ensure it sustains an edge over international competition.

The West African republic of Togo has awarded Delaware, US-based Elenilto Minerals and Mining LLC an international tender to develop a phosphate mine and fertiliser plant.

Elenilto intends to establish a 5m tpa phosphate concentrate facility near the Togolese capital of Lome, around 30km from the nearest port.

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