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2011 AND BEYOND. IN 2010 MDM SAW REQUESTS FROM THE INDUSTRY FOR. Re-costing of old BFS’s Re-validating of CBE’s (control budget estimates) New study requests picked up dramatically: Scoping Studies – 11 PFS – 13 BFS - 19. IN 2011 MDM FORSEES. High commodity prices being sustained in:

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In 2010 mdm saw requests from the industry for
IN 2010 MDM SAW REQUESTS FROMTHE INDUSTRY FOR

  • Re-costing of old BFS’s

  • Re-validating of CBE’s (control budget estimates)

  • New study requests picked up dramatically:

    • Scoping Studies – 11

    • PFS – 13

    • BFS - 19


In 2011 mdm forsees
IN 2011 MDM FORSEES

  • High commodity prices being sustained in:

    • Gold;

    • Copper;

    • Uranium;

    • Iron ore;

    • REE’s

    • Coal

  • Resulting in:

    • Real project spend starting again;

    • Requests for fast track execution from clients to benefit from high prices.


Countries regions generating interest in africa
COUNTRIES/REGIONS GENERATING INTEREST IN AFRICA

  • North Africa – Morocco, Mauritania;

  • West Africa – Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Mali, Senegal;

  • Central Africa – DRC, Zambia;

  • East Africa – Tanzania, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Uganda;

  • Southern Africa – Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Namibia, Botswana, South Africa (Limited)


The industry challenge s mdm foresees
THE INDUSTRY CHALLENGE’S MDM FORESEES

  • In 6-9 months a significant skills shortage again

  • A move towards LSTK/EPC away from EPCM contracting in projects under US$ 100 million

  • Projects impacted by:

    • Supply lead times increasing again;

    • Project time lines/schedules increasing again;

    • Project costs increasing again;

    • Industry under pressure – déjà vu 2007/8.


Mdm anticipates
MDM ANTICIPATES

  • Significant new contract awards during 2011;

  • Margins should improve for engineering companies;

  • Need for efficient cost control, planning, project management, QA and QC;

  • To ensure projects remain ON TIME and ON BUDGET.


Who we are
WHO WE ARE

  • A process engineering and project management company whose technical team has a 23-year track record

  • Staffed by skilled professionals with experience in 32 countries, of which 20 were on the African continent

  • Africa Focused

  • Listed on the London Stock Exchange (AIM)


What we ve done
WHAT WE’VE DONE

  • 63 Bankable feasibility studies

    • Over 96% of BFS went on to receive third party financing

  • Constructed 52 metallurgical plants

    • All producing above design capacity

  • Commodities

    • Gold Uranium

    • Base Metals Ferro Metals

    • PGM’s Industrial Minerals

    • Coal Diamonds


What do we do
WHAT DO WE DO

  • Project Evaluation through

    • Scoping Studies

    • Pre-Feasibility Studies

    • Bankable Feasibility Studies

  • Design - Metallurgical process development and specialised engineering and design of metallurgical plants

  • Construction - Construction and commissioning of plants and associated infrastructure

  • Project Management - Total Project Execution

    • Manage medium to large size mining projects on an international basis


Doing it safely
DOING IT SAFELY

  • Total commitment to safety

  • “ZERO HARM” attitude towards

    fatalities, LTI’s and recordable incidents

  • Managing H,S & E is a critical business

    activity


Thank You

MDM staff induction artwork

The MDM team


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