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iron ore concentrates & agglomerates, iron ore concentrates (incl washed material), iron ore concentrates (incl washed material) for agglomeration plants not at blast furnaces, iron agglomerates (pellets, sinter, briquets & other) and iron ores, nsk.
The existing CIL plant continues to process non-refractory ore.
This technology accelerates the gold extraction rate and may increase gold recovery from its ores by a substantial factor.
He went on to say, "We believe that Baffinland's Mary River iron ore deposits are truly world class and it is appropriate to have a world class investor such as Mitsubishi to participate in the advancement of this project.
Reports have been used for a variety of purposes as part of the company's pre-purchase due diligence to provide a reasonable representation of the material, the overall valuation of the ore, the quantity of precious metals at different stages of production, litigation support, and equipment testing and calibration.
These samples were too small to ensure proportionate representation of the coarse gold component of these ores.
In summary, metallurgical testing has successfully increased gold recoveries from New Polaris ores to the 95% level, by optimizing the grinding, autoclaving and leaching processes.
One of the goals of the ARC is pioneering research and development into fiberized mineral ores, including serpentine.
The agreement comprises off-take terms for ore and/or concentrates from Western Areas' Forrestania Nickel Project (which contemplates nickel production of between 7,000 - 10,000 tpa of nickel in concentrates from early 2006) and the provision of a loan of up to A$20 million by LionOre to assist the Project's development.
Exploration development on 10 level will now extend along both of these ore zones, which were previously unrecognised, and as such undeveloped, at this elevation.