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Bua Cement Set To Establish Ultramodern 3million Cement

Jul 07, 2020 BUA is Nigerias second largest Cement Producer by volume with cement plants in Sokoto and Edo States. The Companys newest plant in Sokoto is expected to be operational in 2021. When completed, the Guyuk Cement Plant will bring BUAs total capacity to

Bua Cement Completes Okpella Plant As Total Capacity Hits

Nov 12, 2018 Less than 6 months after commissioning its 1.5million mtpa Kalambaina Cement Plant in Sokoto state, BUA Cement has announced that it has completed construction of its newest Cement Factory The 3million MTPA Obu II Cement plant, Okpella in Edo State, Nigeria.

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Apr 14, 2021 BUA Groups current cement assets include the 6million MTPA Obu Cement I amp II plants in Okpella, Edo State, the 1.5million MTPA Kalambaina Cement Plant and the 500,000 Sokoto Cement Plant. The Group also owns over 90 stake in the publicly listed Cement Company of Northern Nigeria Plc and is widely acclaimed for its high capacity utilization ...

Bua To Construct 3 Cement Plants Of 9mmtpa In Sokoto Edo

Dec 22, 2020 Africas leading cement giant, BUA Cement has signed an agreement with Sinoma CBMI of China for the construction of three new cement plants of 3million tonnes each per annum in Edo, Sokoto and Adamawa states of Nigeria to be completed by the end of 2022. Upon completion, this will bring BUA Cements total capacity to 20million metric tonnes by ...

Bua Cement Plc Successfully Completes N115bn Series1

Jan 05, 2021 BUA Cement Plc is Nigerias second largest cement company and the largest producer in its North-West, South-South and South-East regions with a

Nigeria Bua Chinese Firm Sign Pact To Build Us105

Dec 23, 2020 BUA Cement Plc has signed an agreement with Sinoma CBMI of China for the construction of three new cement plants of three million tonnes each per annum in Edo, Sokoto and Adamawa States.

Bua Cement Seeks Approval To List N115bn Bond Business

Jan 05, 2021 By Dipo Olowookere Applications have been filed by BUA Cement for the listing of its debut N115 billion bond exercise, a statement from the cement maker has disclosed. This followed the successful completion of the bond sale under its N200 billion bond issuance programme launched a while ago. The corporate debt

Power Plant Cement Industry News From Global Cement

Apr 25, 2019 Nigeria BUA Group has ordered a 48MW power plant from Finlands W rtsil for a new production line at its Sokoto cement plant. The power plant will operate without connection to an electricity grid and it will operate on five W rtsil 34DF dual-fuel engines, running primarily on liquified natural gas LNG but with the capability to switch to low pour fuel oil LPFO if necessary.

Nigerias Cement Price Problem

May 07, 2021 This week we take a look at the price of Nigerian cement, which has soared in recent weeks, and possible solutions on the horizon. Retail cement prices in the country reportedly rose from around NGN2400-260050kg bag US6.3-6.83 to NGN3500

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The Global Cement Report - Online Database of Cement Plants Welcome to The Global Cement Report - online database of cement plants. This resource contains listings of over 2567 facilities worldwide excluding China, and is the most up-to-date listing of cement plant information available.

Bua To Construct 3 Cement Plants Of 9 Million Mtpa In

Dec 22, 2020 Date Friday, 21 May 2021 at 0947 AM. ... we have taken this decision to invest and build these new plants at a total project cost of 1.05billion dollars which will be completed by the end of 2022. ... BUA Cement Plc is Nigerias second largest cement company and the largest producer in its North-West, South-South and South-East regions. ...

Bua Group To Set Up 3 Million Metricton Cement Company

Jul 04, 2020 BUA is Nigerias second-largest cement producer by volume, with cement plants in Sokoto and Edo states. The companys newest plant in Sokoto is expected to be operational in 2021. When completed, the Guyuk Cement Plant will bring BUAs total capacity to

Bua Cement Plc Successfully Completes Its N115bn Series 1

Jan 06, 2021 BUA Cement PLC, one of Africas largest cement companies, has announced that it has successfully concluded its N115billion Series 1 Fixed Rate Senior Unsecured Bond Issue the Bond or Issue under its maiden N200billion Bond Issuance Programme.With this development, BUA Cements Series 1 Bond becomes the largest ever Corporate Bond issued in the Nigerian Debt Capital Markets

Business War Kano Elders Reconcile Dangote And Rabiu Of

Apr 15, 2021 The challenger, BUA Group, has interests in cement production, sugar refining, real estate, logistics and port operation. Its largest operation and only publicly listed company, BUA Cement, which came to market earlier this year, has a 3bn market capitalisation and 17.6 market share.

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Bua Commissions Kalambaina Cement Plant

The BUA Cement factory located in Kalambaina, Sokoto, was commissioned on Tuesday, July 17, by the Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo. The project commenced in 2015 and cost about 350 million. The cement factory is expected to create about 2,000 direct jobs and 10,000 indirect jobs.

Bua Cements Abdulsamad Rabiu Indicted In Bribery Scandal

Mar 09, 2021 Abdulsamad Rabiu, the founder of BUA Cement, has been indicted in a bribery scandal, which also involves Timipre Sylva, the Minister for State on Petroleum Resources.. A certain online publication has it that Rabiu paid a whooping sum of 20 million to Sylva in order to hijack OML 110, an oil block rightly owned by Cavendish Petroleum Limited.. As reported on the news website, the 20

Sinoma Cement Industry News From Global Cement

Jan 21, 2021 Pakistan Lucky Cement and China-based China Sinoma Energy Conservation have signed a deal to upgrade the waste heat recovery WHR units on both production lines at the integrated Pezu cement plant. When the project is completed it will increase the output to 14MW from 10MW at present. No value for the order has been disclosed. Sinoma supplied the plants original WHR units

Bua Cement Completes 115 Billion Series 1 Corporate

Jan 04, 2021 The BUA Cement Series 1 Bond, which has a 3-year moratorium period and to be amortised evenly from year 4, is embedded with a call option, exercisable only after 48 months from the issue date. In another development, BUA recently announced its intention to increase its production capacity to 20million metric tonnes per annum mtpa by 2022.

Bua Cement Signs Contract To Build 3 Plants In Adamawa

Dec 22, 2020 I am happy to announce that our 3rd cement line of 3mmt per annum in Sokoto is expected to be commissioned in the middle of 2021, and I am also pleased to inform you that we are commencing the construction of 3 more cement plants of 3 million tonnes each in Sokoto, Edo and Adamawa at the cost of 1.050billion, which should be completed by the end of 2022.

Bua Group Set To Establish Ultramodern Cement Plant

Jul 07, 2020 BUA is Nigerias second-largest Cement Producer by volume with cement plants in Sokoto and Edo States. The Companys newest plant in Sokoto is expected to be operational in 2021. When completed, the Guyuk Cement Plant will bring BUAs total capacity to

Huge Economy Booster Bua Consolidates Entire Cement

Oct 30, 2019 In its bid to deepen the Nigerian capital market and enhance the growth of the cement industry, BUA Group, one of Africas largest conglomerates, today, announced the consolidation of its cement business comprising the publicly listed 2million Mtpa Cement Company of Northern Nigeria Plc CCNN and 6million mtpa Obu Cement Company Plc. This disclosure was

Bua Cbmi Sign Agreement To Build New 3m Kalambaina Cement

Jan 07, 2019 Less than one week after the listing of shares from the almost 1 billion merger between BUA Kalambaina Cement Company and Cement Company of Northern Nigeria, where it also assumed majority stakes in the enlarged company,

Nigerian Billionaire Abdulsamad Rabiu To Merge Obu Cement

Nov 01, 2019 BUA has also announced that the Sokoto Kalambaina II cement plant which it started constructing in 2018 at a cost of 450 million will be completed in the second half of 2020. The plant is ...

Osinbajo Inaugurates Bua Obu Cement Plant The

He said on completion of the second line in the first quarter of 2018, it is expected to take our production capacity to 6million metric tonnes per annum. Right now, the Obu plant is one of the many cement projects we are doing in Nigeria. It is a modern plant with up-to-date facilities.

Bua Makes Nigeria Net Exporter Of Cement Business

Speaking at the event last Wednesday, the ChairmanChief Executive Officer, BUA Group, Abdulsamad Rabiu, said the commissioning of the over 1billion complex comprising of the 3 million tonnes BUA Cement, Obu Plant line 1 and the ground-breaking of the second line of the same capacity was a significant milestone for BUA Group, the cement ...

Dangote Bua In Battle Of Attrition Aljazirahnews

Apr 12, 2021 But BUA puts up an impressive fight. It broke Dangotes total grip on the market in 2008 by establishing a plant with an annual capacity of 720,000 tonnes. The facility remains the second-largest in West Africa after the Dangote Sugar Refinery. Cement has helped place the two northern business moguls among Africas wealthiest.

Rising Cement Costs Hamper Nigerias Building Developers

May 12, 2021 Nigeria, where a third of the labour force is unemployed, emerged from its second recession in four years in late 2020. Dangote Cement, founded by Africas richest man, Aliko Dangote, has 60.6 market share. Lafarge Africa accounts for 21.8, while BUA Cement has 17.6.