Sundance Resources Limited is an Australian mining company, based in Perth, Western Australia, whose main assets are iron ore leases in Cameroon near Mbalam, and across the border in the Republic of Congo.
To exploit these leases, a 500 km railway (or perhaps a slurry pipeline) is required to a new multi-user port at Lolabé on the Atlantic coast. However, the development of the project has been postponed due to the market conditions for ore.
The company made headlines in June 2010 when all of the company’s directors and some other officers were killed in an airplane crash in the Republic of Congo.
Traded as: ASX: SDL
Headquarters: Perth, Australia
Products: Iron ore