Marine Mining Corp. is developing a large off-shore mineral
concession, extending over 240 kilometers along the shallow
continental shelf of Ghana, West Africa. The concession has a total
area of 10,000 kilometers. We have defined significant offshore
aggregate resources and are setting up two small aggregate and gold
recovery operations. Findings will determine scope for Marine Mining
planning and arranging a financing for setting up large full scale
Several factors have come together making the Concession extremely
valuable at this time. The Ghanaian economy is booming and
construction aggregates are in short supply. Ghana has few natural
sand and gravel aggregate deposits for the making of concrete and
concrete products. The cost of dredging and on shore aggregate
processing indicates that the Company can generate a profitable
business given today's prices for quality aggregates in Ghana.
Mapping and sampling to date has indicated that powerful marine
currents and a favourable submarine topography have combined in
concentrating not only gold, but other valuable minerals in the
shallow waters of this continental shelf. More detailed mapping and
sampling in the designated areas is required to more accurately
estimate grade and volume for determining full scale operations.
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