If you'd like to get contact with us, please send an email to info@maaden.com.sa or you can contact one of our offices below:

SAUDI ARABIAN MINING COMPANY

Head Office - Riyadh
P.O. BOX 68861 Riyadh 11537
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel: +966 (0) 11 874 8000
Fax: +966 (0) 11 874 8300
info@maaden.com.sa
Procurement - Riyadh
P.O. BOX 68861 Riyadh 11537
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel: +966 (0) 11 874 8096
Fax: +966 (0) 11 874 84444
srm@maaden.com.sa
Public & Media Affairs - Riyadh
P.O. Box 68861 Riyadh 11537
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel: +966 (0) 11 874 8409
Fax: +966 (0) 11 874 8057
media@maaden.com.sa
Jeddah
P.O. Box 13784 Jeddah 21414
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel: +966 (0) 12 229 2600
Fax: +966 (0) 12 229 2651
Al Khobar
P.O. Box 32001 Al Khobar 31952
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel: +966 (0) 13 811 1970
Fax: +966 (0) 13 811 1964
Jubail
P.O. BOX 11110 Jubail 31961
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel: +966 (0) 13 347 3333
Fax: +966 (0) 13 347 5682
Investor Relation - Riyadh
P.O BOX 68861 Riyadh 11537
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel: +966 (0) 11 874 8123
Fax: +966 (0) 11 874 8132
invest@maaden.com.sa

STRATEGIC BUSINESS UNITS - SBU

Aluminium - Riyadh
P.O. BOX 68861 Riyadh 11537
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Fax: +966 (0) 11 874 8187
aluminiumsales@maaden.com.sa
Phosphate - Riyadh
P.O. BOX 68861 Riyadh 11537
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel: +966 (0) 11 874 8329
mktg-online@maaden.com.sa
Gold - Jeddah
P.O BOX 13784 Riyadh 21414
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel: +966 (0) 12 229 2600
Fax: +966 (0) 12 229 2651
About Image

Ma’aden Signs Contract For 500 Km Pipeline To Supply New Gold Mines

Jan 15, 2012

Recycled waste water to be used for mineral processing

Riyadh, 15th January 2012: Ma’aden today signed a contract for the construction of a 430 kilometre pipeline to carry treated waste water to planned new gold mines in Taif Makkah Region. The SR 464 million contract with Metal Services Company for Trading and Contracting was signed by Ma’aden Gold and Base Metals Company.

The contract includes engineering, procurement and construction services for the construction of a 430 km main pipeline from Taif to Ad Duwaihi and four other new potential mines. The pipeline will also have two pumping stations, mine site storage facilities and extensive communications and security systems.

The 18 inch diameter pipeline has the capacity to carry up to 13,000m³ of treated waste water from Taif NWC Sewage Treatment Plant to to future mining operations at Ad Duwayhi, Mansourra, Massarra, As Suq and Ar Rjum.

“The last estimations of total resources in the Central Arabian Gold Region according to JORC international standards contain 9 million ounces of gold, with grades ranging from 1.34 to 2.43 grammes per tonne. The construction of this pipeline to an area with such significant resources is an essential step in Ma’aden’s ambition to expand our gold production to 400,000 ounces per annum in 2015 and the use of treated waste water is proof of Ma’aden’s commitment to minimising impacts on the environment.” commented Khalid Al Mudaifer, President and CEO of Ma’aden. ‘The pipeline project also shows how investment in the Kingdom’s mining industry can deliver sustainable new infrastructure, jobs and technologies to remote regions and communities that need them most. We estimate that the new mines will create around new 1,000 direct jobs and 5,600 new indirect jobs, significantly raising the incomes of local families and create new opportunities for education and training in line with government policy.”

For further information please contact:

Mr. Bander M. Al-Aida
Section Head, Media Relations

E: media@maaden.com.sa

MEDIA CONTACTS

Mr. Bander M. Al-Aida

Section Head, Media Relations

media@maaden.com.sa

Annual Report 2014

Annual Report
Last Footer Border