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  • Nigeria Mining Cadastre Office The Official Website of

    Nigerian Mineral and Mining Act 2007; Nigerian Minerals and Mining Regulations 2011; Signed Licences; Download Additional Documents and Forms; Quick Link. Ministry of Mines and Steel Development; Online Maps; Info. You may contact us via; Tel : +234 (0) 816-410-1937 Email : [email protected] Working Hours : Monday Thursday 09:00 12:30; 13:30 16:00; Friday

  • Mining Cadastre Office Ministry of Mines and Steel

    Mining Cadastre Office. The Mining and Minerals Act (2007) defines the Mining Cadastre Office (MCO) as an autonomous body administering mining titles with integrity and in a transparent manner on a “first come, first served” basic. Objective. Promotion of the private sector investment in solid minerals sector; Improvement of the investment climate and attraction of foreign investors

  • About Ministers Nigeria Mining Cadastre Office

    Nigerian Mineral and Mining Act 2007; Nigerian Minerals and Mining Regulations 2011; Signed Licences; Download Additional Documents and Forms; Quick Link. Ministry of Mines and Steel Development; Online Maps; Info. You may contact us via; Tel : +234 (0) 816-410-1937 Email : [email protected] Working Hours : Monday Thursday 09:00 12:30; 13:30 16:00; Friday

  • NIGERIAN MINERALS AND MINING ACT,2007 the i Guides

    A 486 2007 No. 20 Nigerian Minerals and Mining Act Functions of the Minister. metres of a railway, or which isthe site of, or within fifty metres of, any government or public building, reservoir, dam or public road; (d) that is subject to the provisions of the National Commission for

  • Solid minerals: Nigeria mining sector, emerging investors

    THE Nigerian mining sector is gradually becoming the toast of both local and foreign investors, going by the current reforms undertaken by the Federal Government in the sector.Data obtained from

  • An Extensive Analysis of Mining in Nigeria Using a GIS

    the states of the federation have a share of the mineral inventory of the nation (Obaje, 2009). Thus, the Nigerian mining cadastre was symbolised by policy inconsistency, where the policy makers had undue regard for the law. For example, the discretionary powers bestowed on the minister and other mining officials by the 1999 Mining Act provided an avenue for the arbitrary revocation and

  • Minerals Mines Regulations 2011 the i Guides

    NIGERIAN MINERALS AND MINING ACT No. 20 of 2007 MINERALS AND MINING REGULATIONS, 2011 [13th Day of May 20111 In exercise of the powers conferred upon me by virtue of section 21 of thc Nigerian and Mining Act, No. 20 of 2007 and all other powers enabling me in that behalf,

  • Minerals Mines Regulations 2011

    47 of 2011 NIGERIAN MINERALS AND ACT No. 20 of 2007 MINERALS AND MINING REGULATIONS, 2011 [13th Day of May 201 In exercise ofthc powers conferred upon me by virtue of section 21 ofthc Nigerian

  • How Nigeria loses billions in solid mineral sector- NEITI

    “Mineral titles were issued by MCO (Mining Cadastre Office) to many companies, but only few are paying their annual fees and other fees as stated in Nigerian Minerals and Mining Act, 2007

  • IvoryCoast Mining Cadastre Portal Supported by Spatial

    This Public Mining Cadastre Portal provides a spatial view into the mining cadastre data for IvoryCoast and is intended to improve stakeholder communications, reduce corruption and improve transparency in the IvoryCoast mining sector.

  • GAF to upgrade the computerized mining cadastre

    GAF to upgrade the computerized mining cadastre system in Nigeria. In the framework of the “Mineral Sector Support for Economic Diversification Project” financed by World Bank a delegation from the Nigerian Mining Cadastre Office visited GAF for two weeks. Main objective was to become familiar with the latest developments in digital mining cadastres eMC+ as well as in the application of

  • Nigeria Minerals and Mining Act 2007 LawPàdí

    Establishes the Mining cadastre office; Provides for competitive bidding of exploration licences and mining leases ; Provides that the use of art for mining shall constitute an overriding public interest and shall have priority over other uses of land; Establishment of the Solid Minerals Development Fund and its management board; All operators to keep records and plans of exploration and

  • Mining Law 2021 Laws and Regulations Nigeria ICLG

    Nigeria: Mining Laws and Regulations 2021. ICLG Mining Laws and Regulations Nigeria covers common issues in mining laws and regulations including the acquisition of rights, ownership requirements and restrictions, processing, transfer and encumbrance, environmental aspects, native title and land rights in 15 jurisdictions.

  • Nigerian Mining Sector Brief 1 Nigerian Mining Sector Brief

    1erview of the Nigerian Mining Sector Ov 05 2 Mineral Endowment 08. 2.1 Coal 08 2.2umen Bit 09 3.3 Mining Cadastre Office 13 3.4 Artisanal and Small Scale Mining Department . 13 4ypes of Mineral Titles and Licences T 14. 4.1econnaissance Permit R 14 4.2 Exploration Licence 15 4.3 Small Scale Mining Lease 15 4.4 Mining Lease 15 4.5 Quarry Lease 15 4.6ater Use Permit W 15 4.7ransfer of

  • Federal Republic of Nigeria Nigeria Extractive Industries

    MCO: Mining Cadastre Office . MDTF: Multi Donor Trust fund . MECD: Mines Environmental Compliance Department . MID: Mines Inspectorate Department . NCS: Nigerian Customs Service . NEITI: Nigerian Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative . NIMG: Nigerian Institute of Mining and Geoscience . NGRL: National Geoscience Research laboratories . NGSA: Nigerian Geological

  • Mica Mineral Deposits in Nigeria with their Locations and

    Mica Mineral Deposits In Nigeria and in some West African countries, there are many mining companies, as well as exporters and suppliers of the vast mineral resources in the country, and Mica is one of such resources, though it may not be as common as crude oil, coal, and lead but it is deposited in various states across the country.. Mica is deposited in Kogi, Nasarawa, Ekiti, Kwara, Cross

  • Developing the solid minerals sector Quick wins for the

    worth just the mineral titles without any reliable information on estimated quantity. Mining licenses in Nigeria cannot be used as collateral for loans, as done in other global mining hubs. There is an urgent requirement for detailed geo-science data gathering to be done, so as to assign value to these licenses. The government can achieve this by employing either or all of the following: 1

  • Mining Act vests control of mineral resources in states on

    The Nigerian Minerals and Mining Act (NMMA) 2007 has vested the control, regulation and ownership of all mineral resources in all states on the federal government.

  • INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN NIGERIA’S MINERALS SECTOR

    Nigerian Minerals and Mining Act, 2007 Ministry of Mines and Steel Development, Abuja, Nigeria • Enacted in March, 2007 • Based on international best practices • Modeled after successful mining jurisdictions 11. y Mining Act Ministry of Mines and Steel Development, Abuja, Nigeria • Security of tenure of titles/rights. • Competition for mining titles/rights on ‘first come, first

  • IvoryCoast Mining Cadastre Portal Supported by Spatial

    This Public Mining Cadastre Portal provides a spatial view into the mining cadastre data for IvoryCoast and is intended to improve stakeholder communications, reduce corruption and improve transparency in the IvoryCoast mining sector.