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Jun 22, 2019
Refinery proponent adds $2m to coffers as plans advance

Refinery proponent adds $2m to coffers as plans advance

Townsville refinery proponent Pure Minerals (PM1) has raised $2.1 million in a share placement. It comes as PM1 subsidiary Queensland Pacific Metals reports progress on its $415 million battery materials project, known as the Townsville Energy Chemicals Hub (TECH) Project. Lead engineer for the TECH pre-feasibility study, Lycopodium Minerals, remains n track to complete that… ...

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May 17, 2019
Engineers appointed for battery refinery study

Engineers appointed for battery refinery study

The proponents of a $415 million battery materials refinery in Townsville have appointed Lycopodium Minerals as lead engineer for the pre-feasibility study. The project has been named the Townsville Energy Chemicals Hub (TECH), with plans to produce nickel and cobalt sulphate. Queensland Pacific Metals, a Pure Minerals (PM1) subsidiary, expects the pre-feasibility study to be… ...

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Apr 11, 2019
Promising results as battery plant study continues

Promising results as battery plant study continues

Magnis Energy Technologies has provided an update on the feasibility study for a 15 GWh lithium-ion cell manufacturing facility in Townsville. The project is expected to create 750 jobs in high technology manufacturing. Ausenco is overseeing process development for the proposed plant and the GHD office in Townsville is overseeing site development and building design…. ...

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Feb 25, 2019
Pure Minerals buys refinery proponent

Pure Minerals buys refinery proponent

Pure Minerals announced today it had exercised its option to buy Queensland Pacific Metals, the company planning a $415 million battery materials refinery in Townsville.In announcing the decision, Pure Minerals said it was happy with recent results from a scoping study carried out by QPM, which suggested the refinery could produce battery-grade nickel and cobalt… ...

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