Mkango Releases Financial Statements And Management’s Discussion And Analysis For The Period Ending September 30, 2017

Calgary, Alberta: November 28, 2017 – Mkango Resources Ltd. (AIM / TSXV: MKA) (the \’Company\’ or \’Mkango\’), is pleased to announce that it has released the Financial Statements and Management’s Discussion and Analysis for the period ending September 30, 2017. The reports will be available under the Company’s profile on SEDAR (www.sedar.com) and on the Company’s website (

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Exercise of Warrants

London / Calgary: November 24, 2017 – Mkango Resources Ltd. (AIM/TSX-V: MKA) (the \’Company\’ or \’Mkango\’) announces that following the exercise of warrants over 3,862,856 common shares without par value in the share capital of the Company (\’New Shares\’), it has received an aggregate cash consideration of £241,995 and is today issuing the equivalent number of New Shares. The warrants being exercised comprise 3,445,000 warrants at 6.6 pence each and 417,856 warrants at 3.5 pence each.

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ZF 8 TX Powershift Transmission Successfully Deployed for the First Time in Eastern Europe for Oil and Gas Production

High-pressure pump system equipped with the ZF 8 TX used for the first time in gas fields in the Ukraine
In operation since January 2017, it has shown outstanding reliability under severe temperature fluctuations
Benefits include low-maintenance operation and simple, comfortable use
Shifting the ZF 8 TX allows control of pressure and rate to ramp up under any pressure and any speed

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New On-platform Training Simulator will Improve Safety and Operational Efficiency

Drilling Systems, a leading expert in simulation solutions, has announced the release of its new “On the Rig” (OTR) portable work-site simulator package. This advanced simulator provides flexible multi-discipline training modules and many other features to enable comprehensive training, development and personnel assessment in a fully mobile solution.

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RED Engineering sees ‘strong opportunities’ for growth in 2018 on the back of innovative engineering solutions

UK engineering services firm RED Engineering sees ‘strong opportunities’ in the offshore oil and gas sector for firms with capacity to deliver innovative fast track projects.
Despite the volatility of oil markets, continuing uncertainty over Brexit and pressure on costs, business development director Toby Bailey predicts that demand for leading-edge subsea technologies will remain robust over the next 12 months.

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Mkango Enters into Agreement with Talaxis to Fund Development of the Songwe Hill Rare Earths Project in Malawi and Commercialisation of New Magnet Technologies

London / Calgary: November 16, 2017 – Mkango Resources Ltd. (AIM/TSX-V: MKA) (the \’Company\’ or \’Mkango\’) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement (\’Agreement\’) with Talaxis Limited (\’Talaxis\’), a wholly owned subsidiary of Noble Group Limited:

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ADIPEC Awards shortlist recognises excellence in areas of critical importance to industry

Expert jury names 16 nominees across five categories, winners to be announced on first evening of ADIPEC. Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC), has revealed the shortlist for this year’s prestigious ADIPEC Awards. A much-anticipated cornerstone of the four-day international forum, the ADIPEC Awards recognise the achievements of companies, people, initiatives and technology shaping the dynamic energy sector, in diverse areas from female professional advancement to digital oilfield automation.

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Versatile and adaptable – MUM research project conquers the deep sea

The weather conditions on the world’s oceans are often rough and difficult to forecast. To ensure that work on the open seas is nevertheless safe for people and does not harm the environment, a team of engineers from thyssenkrupp, Berlin Technical University, the University of Rostock, ATLAS ELEKTRONIK and EvoLogics is now working together to develop a new type of unmanned underwater vehicle.

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The challenges in Africa’s oil & gas industry

The sustained lower price of oil has been accepted as the new normal in the oil & gas industry with companies putting plans in place to enable a more agile response to commodity price fluctuations in the future. For some, this means a diversification of portfolio, with many considering moves to an energy mix that includes some form of renewables. Despite the challenges, there are a number of opportunities on the African continent.

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