15 Sep '12, 2pm

What might Red Sea mining bring to Saudi Arabia and Sudan?: A Canadian company expects to complete a study, with...

What might Red Sea mining bring to Saudi Arabia and Sudan?: A Canadian company expects to complete a study, with...

RELATED ARTICLES Isuzu plans to build trucks in Saudi Arabia: Nikkei April 20, 2008 08:17 PM Saudi oil output boost doesn't solve problem: Bush May 17, 2008 09:01 AM Motorola wins $335 million Saudi contract March 2, 2008 07:35 AM Saudi Arabia to Replace Oil with Sun Power for Desalination Plants February 1, 2010 07:25 AM /business/article/44949 A Canadian company expects to complete a study, within a year, to gauge the feasibility of extracting metals from hydro-thermal basins some 2,000 metres deep in the Red Sea, which could boost Saudi Arabia and Sudan's access to metals, and create high-paying jobs. ADVERTISEMENT The Vancouver-based Diamond Fields International Ltd. (DFI) says the study will show whether metals can be extracted safely and profitably. A paper published in March 2011 by the Kiel Institute for World Economy estimated the total value of known seabed miner...

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