SNC-Lavalin scores $21.7M Mozambique graphite project
Will provide mechanical and piping construction services for the processing plant.
MONTREAL — SNC-Lavalin has been awarded a $21.7 million construction services contract for the Balama Graphite Project in Cabo Delgado, Northern Mozambique.
The Montreal-based engineering and construction firm will provide structural mechanical and piping construction services for the processing plant, including piping supply and platework.
The contract is with the Mozambiquan subsidiary of Australian Company, Syrah Resources Ltd.; Twigg Exploration & Mining Limitada.
The Balama project involves the development of a greenfield graphite mine. Its processing plant will have a production rate of over 350,000 tons per annum and a mine life of more than 40 years.
Its graphite concentrate will be transported to the Port of Nacala for export to international markets.