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Pure Minerals

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 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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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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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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