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Akobo Minerals

is a gold exploration and mining company focusing on projects along the Akobo river in southwestern Ethiopia, a prolific area with extensive alluvial gold production. Our story starts in 2009 with the launch of alluvial production as well as exploration in the Akobo area. The initial alluvial mining continued until 2013 when the decision was taken to focus on exploration rather than production. Since then Akobo Minerals has until October 2021 been a pure exploration company and our team has gathered extensive data from the area. Extensive and successful drill programs have been planned and started. In October 2021 Akobo Minerals received a large scale gold mining license for its Segele area

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Akobo Minerals begins application process to trade on the US based OTC Markets Platform  

OSLO, 21 August 2023: Akobo Minerals AB (publ) (Euronext and Frankfurt: AKOBO), the Scandinavian-based Ethiopian gold exploration and boutique mining company, today announced that it h

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Prof Steven Rupprecht

Akobo Minerals appoints Steven Rupprecht as Mine Manager and Strategic Adviser

OSLO, 14 August 2023: Akobo Minerals AB (publ) (Euronext and Frankfurt: AKOBO), the Scandinavian-based Ethiopian gold exploration and boutique mining company, today announced that it has a

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Building awareness – one ecobrick at a time

Kicking off our Sustainable Community Campaign, with a football match and community waste collection, Akobo Minerals celebrated the opening of Chamo Community Eco-Hub and Training Centre, const

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Segele Scoping Study

The scoping study has focused only on the mineralization covered in the SRK mineral resource estimate (6th April 2021) allowing for an anticipated mine life of 27 months. Ongoing exploration has identified additional mineralization at depth which leaves open the opportunity to extend mine life.

The result confirms that the mineralization at Segele can be mined and processed with an estimated All In Sustaining Cost (“AISC”) of 243 USD per ounce, while the total life of mine operational expenditure, excluding royalties, is estimated at 137 USD per ounce. Total capital expenditure for setting up the mine plant to start production is estimated at 8 million USD, equaling an average of 153 USD per ounce for the current resource estimate of 52.410 ounces. This average will go down as more resources are added over time. The scoping study indicates what the potential economics of mining the Segele deposit can look like. The study has been completed with contributions from highly respected geologists, engineers and ESG practitioners (SRK Consulting, Sazani Associates, Goshawk Network Technologies and Borrego Sun).

To find out more about our mining preparations, read the whole Scoping Study here.


Corporate social responsibility

We support the local community.



We maintain an excellent relationship with the local community by following high international standards on corporate governance and social responsibility.


We are developing several local initiatives in order to achieve a good working relationship with the local community and population.


We seek to comply with Scandinavian corporate governance standards, including the proper direction and control of all activities.

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Meet the team

People of behind work

Jørgen Evjen
Jørgen Evjen


Johan Sjöberg
Johan Sjöberg

Chief Exploration Manager

Dr. Matt Jackson
Dr. Matt Jackson


Investors and Shareholders

Akobo Minerals is listed on the Euronext Growth exchange in Oslo, under the ticker AKOBO. We have more than 3.500 shareholders.


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