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Jul 15, 2020
State puts its money behind Sconi start

State puts its money behind Sconi start

The Queensland Government is providing a financial leg-up for the  $1.4 billion Sconi cobalt-nickel-scandium project in North Queensland. The amount involved remains confidential and it comes with a range of conditions, including that Sconi developer Australian Mines completes construction by July 2023. The State financial support package comes after the Queensland Government last year grante...

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Jun 19, 2020
Sconi processing delivers high-purity samples

Sconi processing delivers high-purity samples

Australian Mines says it has successfully completed production runs of battery-grade cobalt sulphate and nickel sulphate with ore from its Sconi project, near Greenvale. Demonstrating its ability to produce high-purity samples supports ongoing offtake negotiations for the planned $1.4 billion cobalt-nickel-scandium operation. Australian Mines said today it was continuing to make good progress on t...

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Jun 11, 2020
Webinar to keep firms in the loop on ASMTI opportunities

Webinar to keep firms in the loop on ASMTI opportunities

An online briefing is scheduled next week for businesses looking to win contracts for Australia-Singapore Military Training Initiative works at Greenvale. The Federal Government recently announced it had shortlisted three firms to lead the $800 million contract for Defence facilities at the new Greenvale training area, about 220km north-west of Townsville. The shortlisted companies for… ...

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May 16, 2020
Contractors shortlisted for $800m Defence project

Contractors shortlisted for $800m Defence project

The Federal Government has shortlisted three firms to lead the $800 million contract for Defence facilities at the new Greenvale training area in North Queensland. The shortlisted companies for the managing contractor role are CPB Contractors, Laing O’Rourke Australia Construction and Lendlease Building. The work is a key part of the Australia-Singapore Military Training Initiative… ...

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May 15, 2020
Sconi study delivers new nickel and cobalt targets

Sconi study delivers new nickel and cobalt targets

Australian Mines has identified 14 new nickel and cobalt exploration target areas within and adjacent to its Sconi project, near Greenvale in North Queensland. Managing director Benjamin Bell said the company’s primary focus remained on securing binding offtake and financing agreements for Sconi. However the new targets showed there was still a lot that it… ...

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May 04, 2020
Full steam ahead for Superior Resources

Full steam ahead for Superior Resources

Queensland-based explorer Superior Resources has upgraded the mineral resource estimate by about 11 per cent for the Steam Engine gold deposit within its Greenvale project. And with rocketing gold prices it is keen to advance the project with a scoping study to determine the viability of toll treatment of the resource. The in-situ resource for the North… ...

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Apr 14, 2020
Sconi mining project proponent raises $1.45m

Sconi mining project proponent raises $1.45m

Sconi mine developer Australian Mines says it has received firm commitments from a UK-based investor for a share placement to raise $1.45 million. The funds would be used to produce battery-grade nickel sulphate and cobalt sulphate samples for potential offtake and financing partners, and for general working capital, the company said. “The commitment to invest $1.45 million… ...

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Dec 09, 2019
Key Greenvale training area contract on the table

Key Greenvale training area contract on the table

The Australia-Singapore Military Training Initiative has set the ball rolling for a $700 million-$800 million contract to lead works for the new training area near Greenvale in North Queensland. It has released a notice for the planned procurement of a managing contractor for planning and construction of buildings, services and infrastructure associated with main works… ...

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Nov 06, 2019
Sconi centre stage in 2020

Sconi centre stage in 2020

Australian Mines will sharpen its focus on its $1.4 billion Sconi project in 2020, with plans to close an office in New South Wales as it continues to pursue the North Queensland development. Managing director and chief executive officer Benjamin Bell issued a business update in the lead-up to the company’s November 19 AGM. “The primary… ...

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