Endiama

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Endiama E.P.
Type

E.P. Empresa Publica

location = Rua Major Kanhangulo nº 100 Luanda, Angola
Industry Mining
Key people Carlos Sumbula
Arnaldo de Sousa Calado, President
Products Diamonds
Website http://www.endiama.co.ao/contactos.php

Endiama E.P. (Empresa Nacional de Diamantes E.P.) is the national diamond company of Angola and it is the exclusive concessionary of mining rights in the domain of diamonds. Angola's state-run diamond company Endiama produced 8.55 million carats of diamonds in 2010.[1] Antonio Carlos Sumbula is the president of the corporation. The company is based at the Edificio Endiama in Luanda.

Endiama's primary property is Catoca, which is a joint venture between Endiama (32.8%), Russia based ALROSA (32.8%), China based LLI (18%), and Brazil based Odebrecht (16.4%). Catoca is the seventh largest diamond mine in the world, and is estimated to produce over 7 million carats of diamonds in 2014 worth just under $1 billion.[2]

Operations[edit]

Subsidiaries; links are to the (Portuguese) subsidiaries' pages at Endiam's main site:

Endiama's mining operations, each of which is a company in its own right:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ DIB Online: Endiama produced 8,55 million carats in 2010 March 22, 2011
  2. ^ Mining.com: The state of global rough diamond supply 2014 March 13, 2014

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