Scoping study boosts Broken Hill cobalt prospect’s development options

7 November 2012

Highlights include:

  • Scoping study identifies robust economics for production of sulphuric acid bi-product
  • Five fast-track, low cost development options identified at nominal processing rates of 1.5 – 7.5 million tonnes per annum
  • Strong Australian sulphuric acid demand from fertiliser and mineral processing industries
  • Study enhances project flexibility for development of world-class cobalt mine
  • First step in ongoing cobalt development, infrastructure and marketing evaluation.

For a full copy of the announcement click here.