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Oct 01, 2019
Engineering report near for TECH plant

Engineering report near for TECH plant

Pure Minerals expects Lycopodium Minerals to complete the engineering study for its Townsville Energy Chemicals Hub (TECH) Project this month (October 2019). The work includes two major engineering plant design packages for the processing of laterite ore to produce a mixed hydroxide precipitate (MHP) and refining of the MHP to produce battery-grade nickel and cobalt… ...

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Aug 29, 2019
Greenvale explorer targets Sconi-style deposit

Greenvale explorer targets Sconi-style deposit

Ausmon Resources has started field exploration work at tenements 40km north-west of Greenvale, where it is targeting Sconi-style mineralisation. Ausmon said the initial exploration would comprise field inspections of exploration targets generated from a review of historical work on the tenements. The company will use its pXRF instrument across the targets in addition to collecting… ...

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Aug 06, 2019
Major offtake deal for Sconi battery minerals project

Major offtake deal for Sconi battery minerals project

Australian Mines has pinned down a buyer for 100 per cent of the battery-grade cobalt sulphate and nickel sulphate produced in the first seven years of its Sconi project in North Queensland. The company today announced a long-form off-take agreement with SK Innovation. The deal replaces and expands upon the agreed terms of a previous… ...

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Aug 03, 2019
Another step towards a QNI refinery restart

Another step towards a QNI refinery restart

The DNi pilot plant in Western Australia. ...

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Jul 29, 2019
Sconi firms on NSW acquisition

Sconi firms on NSW acquisition

Australian Mines has released its quarterly report highlighting moves to compliment the Sconi nickel-cobalt resource in north Queensland with its Flemington acquisition in New South Wales. The report noted that the company‚Äôs Queensland-based mineral resources, including Sconi, Bell Creek and Minnamoolka, now exceed 115 million tonnes, following a new Mineral Resource Estimate for the Bell… ...

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Jul 25, 2019
Land deal for Townsville battery chemicals plant

Land deal for Townsville battery chemicals plant

A site in the Lansdown Industrial Precinct at Woodstock has been earmarked to build a $415 million battery chemicals plant. Pure Minerals says it has secured a conditional commitment from Townsville City Council for the land for the TECH (Townsville Energy Chemicals Hub) Project. The area, 40km west of Townsville, is being rezoned as a… ...

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Jul 18, 2019
Boost for Sconi battery metals project coffers

Boost for Sconi battery metals project coffers

Australian Mines has raised almost $6 million in a share placement to help advance the Sconi project near Greenvale in North Queensland. The company’s underwritten share purchase plan closed oversubscribed, with applications totalling $5.8 million received from eligible shareholders. The funds raised will be used to advance the Sconi cobalt-nickel-scandium project in North Queensland andR...

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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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Jun 13, 2019
Sconi mine life tipped to  run beyond 30 years

Sconi mine life tipped to run beyond 30 years

An updated outlook for the Sconi cobalt-nickel-scandium project in North Queensland is predicting a 30-years-plus mine life and revenue exceeding $13 billion. Australian Mines announced an updated mine plan, ore reserve estimate and financials to the ASX today. It came after the company announced yesterday that it would be undertaking, by way of a prospectus,… ...

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