Dean Cunningham, chief executive officer of Kunooz Oman, said the company has three specific projects and all are related to the mining sector in different locations in Oman, with the potential of downstream value-added projects. (Image credit: Supplied)

Kunooz Oman applies for mining licences in three places

Muscat: Kunooz Oman Holding, a leading player in mining, quarrying, transportation and construction material sectors, has applied for mining and exploration licences in three locations from the Public Authority for Mining (PAM), said a top-level official of the company.

The plan is to go for open-cast mining in all three places, with an extensive downstream project in one location to produce value-added products.

“We have three specific projects that we are looking at and all are related to the mining sector in different locations in Oman, with the potential of downstream value-added projects,” Dean Cunningham, chief executive officer of Kunooz Oman Holding, told ‘Times of Oman’ in an interview. The plan is to produce several products, including gypsum.

“So, we will do individual feasibility study on multi-product opportunities.”

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Source: timesofoman.com