Mincor clears another hurdle for Kambalda restart

Mincor has completed another milestone in its efforts to restart mining from its Kambalda nickel operations after securing key State Government approvals for its greenfields Cassini project (reports The West Australian).
13th December 2019
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Mincor has completed another milestone in its efforts to restart mining from its Kambalda nickel operations after securing key State Government approvals for its greenfields Cassini project (reports The West Australian).

The company, led by David Southam, is now fully permitted for Cassini as well as its brownfields Durkin North and Long sites.

Mincor said it could begin early capital works such as site clearing and the award and start of excavation for the box-cut at Cassini in the March 2020 quarter.

The company is expected to release a definitive feasibility study for the Kambalda restart early in the new year having recently raised $30 million in a placement.

In August, Mincor struck on offtake agreement with BHP’s Nickel West to process up to 600,000 tonnes of ore a year at the Kambalda nickel concentrator.

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