Project

ESIA for the proposed Twin Hills Gold Project, Karibib District, Erongo Region.

Osino Gold Exploration and Mining (Pty) Ltd

Environmental Compliance Consultancy (ECC) has been contracted by Osino Gold Exploration and Mining (Pty) Ltd. (OGEM), a Namibian company and subsidiary of Osino Resources Corp., to undertake an environmental and social impact assessment (ESIA). OGEM manages operations in Namibia as a wholly owned subsidiary of Osino Namibia Holdings (Pty) Ltd. which is in turn a subsidiary of Osino Resources Corp. ECC is conducting an ESIA for the proposed mining of precious metals on Mining Licence 238 (ML 238), located near the town of Karibib, Erongo Region, Namibia.

The Proponent has focused on the acquisition and development of potential gold projects in Namibia through extensive exploration programmes. The advanced and successful exploration programme near Karibib has resulted in the development of the Twin Hills Gold Project, or Project. The proposed Project will be a conventional open pit mine with a gold extraction process similar to existing gold mines in Namibia, for example the Otjikoto and Navachab mines.

 

ECC’s Role

Environmental Compliance Consultancy cc. hereby gives notice to all members of the public that an application for an environmental clearance certificate in accordance with the Environmental Management Act, No. 7 of 2007 will be made for the proposed Twin Hills Gold Project in the Erongo Region. Members of the public are invited to register as an Interested and Affected Party (IAP) and provide input into the environmental and social impact assessment.

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Osino-ESIA-Scoping-Report-Final-22-12-21.zipDownload 
Public-Participation-Meetings-Namibia-Final.pptxDownload 
BID-ECC-103-332-BID-D.pdfDownload 
ECC-103-332-LET-17-A-Osino-project-Notice-2.pdfDownload 

Project Details

Proponent

Osino Gold Exploration and Mining (Pty) Ltd

Status

Open for Public Participation

Sector

Mining & Minerals

Country

Namibia

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