The Madaouela Uranium Project is located near Arlit, in north central Niger, in one of the most significant areas of producing sandstone-hosted uranium deposits in the world. The project is controlled 100% by GoviEx Niger Holdings Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of GoviEx Uranium. The project is an advanced
Construction of the Niger Oil Pipeline in Niger. The pipeline will be 2 000km in distance and will run from the Agadem Rift Basin to Port Seme on the coast of Benin. The project is estimated to cost US$7 billion.
The project involves the construction of a uranium mine, with a yearly production of 5000t over a life-of-mine of 35 years. The mine will make Niger the world's second-largest exporter of the nuclear fuel. The project involves an initial investment of Euro 1.2 billion.
The Trans-Africa highway will be made up of nine highways, passing through 41 sub-Saharan Africa and connecting about 500 million people. Some of the highway segments stretch from Cairo to Dakar, Tripoli to Windhoek and Lagos to Mombasa, this providing access to the sea for about 15 landlocked countries.
Dangote plans to build a new cement plant at Keita, around 600 km (375 miles) northeast of the capital, Niamey in Niger, North Africa, as part of a continent-wide drive to boost cement output. The plant would produce its own electricity with an anticipated surplus to be used to bolster Niger's currently
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