“ECG Engineering is proud to have been selected to deliver power generation and transmission systems solutions for the Kibaran Resources Epanko Graphite Project in south-east Tanzania,” said ECG Principal Geoff Bailey.
Based in Perth, Western Australia, but experienced in working on projects across the globe, ECG Engineering provides specialised electrical engineering services to the mining, utilities, materials handling and industrial industries.
The ECG team has previously completed projects in Australia, North and South America, Africa, Asia, Europe and the Pacific with a particular focus on West Africa. For the Epanko project, ECG is specifically providing power generation and transmission systems solutions. In delivering these, ECG will draw on its extensive and proven capabilities across all aspects of project management, power generation, power systems, control systems, automation, plant integrity and operations support.
“A further significant advantage for Epanko is that our team can draw on previous specific experience in both West Africa and Tanzania,” said Geoff Bailey.
ECG prides itself on its combination of expertise, experience, innovation and integrity.
Every ECG client is supported by a team of highly qualified and dedicated professionals with worldwide experience in the design, construction and commissioning of mineral processing facilities. ECG delivers efficient, innovative, reliable and cost effective solutions for every project delivery.
The Epanko Graphite Project is a historically recognised graphite deposit and past exploration work has identified course flake, excellent grade graphite material within the project area.
Kibaran Resources’ European off-take agreement makes it the first ASX-listed company to sign a binding agreement for graphite sales in that sophisticated graphite market.
“ECG Engineering is honoured to be associated with a high-quality, innovative and pioneering client such as Kibaran Resources,” said Geoff Bailey.