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Omar Farouk Ibrahim

SECRETARY GENERAL, AFRICAN PETROLEUM PRODUCERS' ORGANIZATION (APPO)
"To us, energy poverty poses a more immediate existential challenge than climate change."

Stephen G. Roman

PRESIDENT AND CEO, GLOBAL ATOMIC
"Dasa is the largest and highest-grade uranium deposit under development in Africa. We are excited to have started the underground development and look forward to transitioning from explorer to developer to a new uranium producer."

Stephen G. Roman

PRESIDENT AND CEO, GLOBAL ATOMIC
Global Atomic explains progress at its Dasa uranium project in Niger.

Simon Meadows Smith

MANAGING DIRECTOR, SEMS EXPLORATION
"Across the region, the old model of flying in expats to do the technical job combined with a few locals doing the rest of the work on the ground has to change and has started to change."

Shahram Tafazoli

FOUNDER AND CEO, MOTION METRICS
Motion Mertics explains how the latest technologies are being deployed in African mines.

Liam Morrissey

CEO, MS RISK
MS Risk speaks of the danger that the war in the Sahel represents to mines and businesses.

Stephen G. Roman

PRESIDENT & CEO, GLOBAL ATOMIC CORP.
Global Atomic Corp explains development at its Deva project in Niger.

Joel Cavaille & Samuel Modicom

CEO, JA DELMAS & COUNTRY MANAGER, SAUDEQUIP
Saudequip supplies the Caterpillar brand across francophone West Africa and is benefitting from the region’s current boom in mining.

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