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Samarco (Brazil) BHP Billiton Brasil and Vale each hold a 50 per cent shareholding in Samarco Mineracao S.A. (Samarco), a NOJV iron ore operation in Brazil. As a result of the tragic dam failure at Samarco in November 2015, its operations are currently suspended and an autonomous Foundation was established, in agreement with Brazilian ...
Samarco: Samarco is the Brazilian mining company that owns and operated and managed the Fundão Dam. Joaquim Pimenta of Pimenta De Avila Consultoria Ltda.: Mr. Pimenta served as the designer and engineer of record from the initiation of the Dam until 2012, and consultant thereafter.
Samarco Mineração S.A. is a Brazilian mining company founded in 1977. It is currently a joint-venture between the Brazilian Vale and the English-Australian BHP, each one holding 50% of the company's stocks. Structure Samarco is hosted in Belo Horizonte, the capital of Minas Gerais.
Samarco Mineração S.A. is a Brazilian mining company founded in 1977. It is currently a joint-venture between the Brazilian Vale and the English-Australian BHP, each one holding 50% of the company's stocks. Structure. Samarco is hosted in Belo Horizonte, the capital of Minas Gerais.
Samarco has informed that a total of 99,7% of the families from Mariana and Barra Longa impacted by the dam accident are installed in rented or family homes. The relocation of people has been done daily by Samarco, with active participation of the Municipal Secretariat of Social Assistance in Mariana.
The 2015 dam collapse at Samarco iron ore mine in Brazil killed 19 people and devastated the Doce River Valley. Could the companies involved have done more at the time? And three years on, what has been done to remediate the valley? Chris Lo reports. Samarco: Dealing with Disasters .
The Samarco project is an integrated open pit mine, pipeline and port operation in Brazil. The project includes the longest iron concentrate pipeline system in the world, which currently spans 1,197km with a peak altitude of 1,150 metres above sea level (masl).
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Thirty-nine municipalities in the states of Minas Gerais and Espirito Santo have been offered R$53 million to withdraw lawsuits against Samarco and its main shareholders, Brazil's Vale and Anglo-Australian giant BHP Billiton, including those filed in the United Kingdom ...