Cobalt

ABM holds two licences in the DRC: Kisinka and Sakania, the latter by means of an exclusive option agreement.

Kisinka is a 50km² licence with 7km of strike along the Roan group of rocks, which hosts most of the DRC’s copper and cobalt mines. There are many large cobalt-copper mines in area, both on strike and in the same rock structure, to the west.
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The Sakania licence is a large licence area totalling 140km². It is not in a traditional mining area, but is currently being targeted by artisanal miners who very frequently provide the first evidence of mineralisation.
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Mining in the DRC is governed by the Mining Code of July 2002 and by the mining regulations enacted in March 2003.
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