PFS confirms robust economics at Bushveld’s vanadium project

February 4, 2016

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A prefeasibility study (PFS) on Bushveld Minerals’ 64%-owned Mokopane vanadium project, in Limpopo, has determined an ore reserve of 28.56-million tons, supporting a minimum 30-year life from less than 10% of the total project resource of 298-million tons. The company noted that this represented significant exploration upside and confirmed the project as a strategic asset of major significance to the future global vanadium market.

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