Mining Exploration services offered by Uganda Mining Ltd
We are dynamic and respond to client's quickly and efficiently
We pride ourselves in our work hence ensure quality services to clients
We promote the use of modern technology to increase productivity and shorten duration to returns
We are very particular about meeting or exceeding deadlines. We value our reputation so greatly and stake our name on this
We seek to and make it our priority to have our clients and company satisfied with our work
The mining industry is unique in its nature. Privacy is very important. We strife to great lengths to keep our clients confidentiality and privacy.
We manage our own mining projects, undertake mining contracts and provide mining consultation services for clients
When we needed equipment and personnel for exploration in the East African region, we relied on some team members UM to sort out the logistics and politics to get us up and running sooner that we had anticipated
Before we had invested in this South Sudan mining project, we hired them to independently evaluate the feasibility and sustainability of the project. I was impressed with the accuracy of the professionals results that confirmed the project.
To explore our interest in venturing in the African Mining Industry, we hired UM to explore mining companies and conduct due diligence for those that we could purchase or partner with. Impressive work, Denis.
Our team is comprised of experienced and internationally exposed: mining, geology and business professionals whose aim is to deliver productive solutions for our company and our clients.Contact us
Uganda may become a more important player in the African iron ore market, after a geological survey revealed much bigger deposits of the steel-making ingredient than found during colonial mappings.
The owner of Uganda’s only tungsten mine has filed a claim against the International Tin Association (ITA) over alleged anti-competitive behavior, a claim summary published by Britain’s Competition and Appeal Tribunal shows.
Travel restrictions, supply chain disruptions and risk aversion since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic have slammed the brakes on mining exploration in Africa, jeopardising the minerals supply pipeline.
A list of some mining companies with an interest in mining and exploration in Africa
Uganda's Karamoja region is rich in natural resources. With better security, major mining conglomerates have come in and the labor union, Karamoja Miners Association, ensures they do not grab lands.
Uganda’s State Minister for Minerals, Hon. Sarah Opendi, told the Parliament of Uganda that she had received death threats from anonymous people whom she described as “mafias promoting illegal gold mining.”
Resource nationalism has spiked in more than 30 countries over the last year and more than half of those nations are key producers of minerals and hydrocarbons, a new study reveals.
Uganda’s cabinet has approved a draft mining law that would allow the government to own shares in private mining operations and impose steep penalties for violations in the sector
The Democratic Republic of Congo has reinstated an export ban on copper and cobalt concentrates, but will allow mining companies that hold waivers to continue with shipments.
With the inevitable rise in pricing for rare earth metals, Uganda has become the destination for Investors from China and Brazil to flock.
Announcing the East African Mining and Energy conference: 12th - 14th October 2021 at the Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi Kenya.