Mosra Enerji Limited has acquired Licences covering exploration, quarry and mining for coal (lignite and sub-bituminous), limestone, granite and iron ore across Nigeria. Activities in most of our exploration licences are in advanced stage covering Delta, Kogi, Benue, Nasarawa, Kaduna and Edo Mining Blocks. 117.0753MT proven reserves of lignite deposits has been identified within EL20981 in Delta tenement while 11.75MT of sub-bituminous coal identified in EL20288 of Kogi tenement as “abundant proven reserves of coal has been identified for mining within Delta and Kogi Mines Tenements”.
We have however identified huge reserves of Lignite and Sub-bituminous coal sufficient to generate power for at least 50 years and subject to further increase after completion of exploration work on our licenses.
We are able to quickly mobilise expertise across a variety of disciplines/sectors, special equipment and money. We can deploy these resources promptly; whenever and wherever clients need them. Our philosophy is to tailor a team to meet any project challenge, regardless of location.
We aim to set the benchmark in engineering, management and specialist technical services which benefit communities and make a significant contribution throughout the developing world.We understand success means different things to different clients and to different communities.
Our business model focuses on establishing our client’s definition of success and tailoring the best team across industries, expertise and geographies to engineer that success. This approach ensures clients receive market-leading customised solutions that deliver business advantage.
Key services and skills include transmission line and distribution line design, power system design, generation and engineering, all aspects of substation design and engineering, Highly respected in the energy industry, we are frequently engaged to carry out due diligence on large asset and network acquisitions and we act as advisers to asset owners and developers on a range of energy business issues.