Kenmare Resources CEO: “almost US$100 million shareholder returns in 2021” (Interview)

Kenmare Resources plc (LON:KMR) Managing Director Michael Carvill joins DirectorsTalk Interviews to discuss production results for the full year and for Q4 2021.

Michael talks us through the recent safety milestones, a record year for production and shipments, how the company benefited from strong product markets during the year, returning a significant amount of cash to shareholders and guidance for 2022.

Kenmare Resources (LON: KMR) is an established mining company, which operates the Moma Titanium Minerals Mine, located on the north east coast of Mozambique.

The Mine has been in commercial production since 2009 and is recognised as a major supplier of mineral sand products to a global customer base operating in over 15 countries. Kenmare’s products are key raw materials processed into intermediate products and ultimately consumed in everyday “quality-of-life” products such as paints, plastics and ceramic tiles.

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