BC Iron launches PFS on salt project

July 19, 2017

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A scoping study into the Mardie salt project, in the Pilbara, has found that the project could support a production rate of between 3-million and 3.5-million tonnes a year over a mine life of 20 years.

ASX-listed BC Iron on Wednesday told shareholders that the scoping study estimated a capital cost of between A$225-million and A$255-million, with operating costs estimated at between A$19/t and A$21/t free-on-board, while Mardie was expected to generate average revenues of around A$45/t.

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