AMC holds and operates in two large concessions (> 43,000 km2) both in the red sea hills in the heart of the ANS;
B11 Ariab: over 24,000 sq. kilometers.
B18 Derudeb: around 19,000 sq. kilometers.
Since 1992, AMC produced more than 87 tons of fine Gold (2.8 million Ounces).
The main camp at Hassai is well designed to serve the nearby mines operations and remote fly camps and satellite operation units.
Two processing units of Heap Leaching and CIC and Carbon-In-Leach (CIL) are used beside an Aqua Regia mini refining unit. Yet AMC is working on developing more processing units in Durdeb and Shulai to ensure limited ore transportation.
The current tri-tank CIL is equipped with advanced detoxification and mercury capturing and removal unit is reducing is possibilities of environmental impact and enhancing the operational effectiveness and environmental protection.
A five million tons floatation plant is well designed to extract base metals and precious minerals from sulfide ores and will be constructed along side with 170 km long water pipeline with 28 inch diameter to provide necessary water flow to the operation and for the sustainable development projects for local communities
Operations Successful Business Continuity Planning (BCP) and implementation:
During the difficult time of war in Sudan, AMC stood as the only mining operation that has not Brent disturbed, thanks to its comprehensive BCP designed and regularly rehearsed. Not just the operations but also all community services continue with minimal disturbance. The highly trained AMC staff succeeded to implement the BCP and engage the local communities that enabled smooth transition into alternative supply sourcing and logistics to avoid hot zones