The Al Taweelah refinery is due to come online this year © Emirates Global Aluminium
The Al Taweelah refinery is due to come online this year © Emirates Global Aluminium

EGA to open its own refinery and mine to avoid high commodity prices

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
19 March 2019

Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA) is opening its own refinery in the UAE and a mine in Africa to shore up its supply of alumina and bauxite.

EGA is building a $3.3bn alumina refinery in Abu Dhabi and a $1.4bn bauxite mine in the Republic of Guinea, which are due to come into production this year.

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