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A wide-angle shot of a reverse circulation-drilling crew, from contractors SBD Guinea, at a scenic pad on the slopes near Ouelaba Camp Pic de Fon can be seen in the background. Ouelaba is the site of further extensive iron-ore deposits, and is being developed in tandem with the Pic de Fon site.
A wide-angle shot of a reverse circulation-drilling crew from contractors SED Guinea, at a scenic pad on the slopes near Ouelaba Camp - Pic de Fon can be seen in the background. Ouelaba is the site of further extensive iron-ore deposits and is being developed in tandem with the Pic de Fon site.
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