Railway Track

PROJECTS

 

MOZAMBIQUE CLUSTER

Urban Railway Tracks

The railway will be built and controlled by TransRailnet International. It will span across Mozambique, East Africa up to the Zambian border. Phase II will commence and connect to future rail lines within the Copperbelt corridors of Mozambique’s neighboring African countries of Zambia, the DRC (the Democratic Republic of Congo) as well as connecting to the natural resource areas of Zimbabwe. The Peebco Energy Group will utilize its patented, wind turbine, green energy technology to create an auxiliary / hybrid source of green electrical energy for both the operating trains and the Mozambique deep-sea port.
Mozambique’s economic outlook is extremely favorable. International financial institutions are expecting Mozambique’s’ broad- base growth to exceed well above an estimation of 7.5 percent annually. During the construction period, the project will provide hundreds of jobs for the region, as well as training within the shipping, trucking, railway, and construction industry as well.

MACUSE RAILWAY & DEEP WATER PORT DEVELOPMENT - MOZAMBIQUE EAST AFRICA

Railway

The railway will be built and controlled by TransRailnet International - Mozambique, (D/B/A Railnet International, LLC). It will span across Mozambique, East Africa up to the Zambian border. Phase II will commence and connect to future rail lines within the Copperbelt corridors of Mozambique’s neighboring African countries of Zambia, the DRC (the Democratic Republic of Congo) as well as connecting to the natural resource areas of Zimbabwe. The Peebco Energy Group (www.Peebcoenergy.com) will utilize its patented, wind turbine, green energy technology to create an auxiliary / hybrid source of green electrical energy for both the operating trains and the Mozambique deep-sea port. Thus far, $100,000,000 has already been interjected into this endeavor for feasibility studies, environmental Impact studies, consultant fees, etc.

MALI

Mali.jpg

The Mali project has the potential to have a long term positive effect on the entire country. There are four lines proposed of which the first line will be from Bamako to Dakar, Senegal. The preliminary studies have already been completed and the final stages before construction should be completed in the next several months. 
The second line will be from Bamako to Abidjan, Ivory Coast and the third line will be from Bamako to Conakry, Guinea. All three of the destinations have ports in use thereby enabling the movement of goods from Mali to the three named countries and then beyond. The fourth line will be an interior line stretching from Bamako all the way to Timbuktu. We are aware of the enormity of the project and they will be long term projects depending on the financial wherewithal of our partners and ourselves as well as the political stability throughout the region. With the aid of the multiple governmental agencies our hope is that we can accomplish the first three lines within the next 7-10 years. The final line will be constructed in parts as it is much longer.

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO

Long Train Ride

The DRC lines are available and we have been in discussions for the last couple years as to where the lines will begin and end. There are two options to getting the freight to port, of which Angola is the shorter route.