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Pure Minerals expects Lycopodium Minerals to complete the engineering study for its Townsville Energy Chemicals Hub (TECH) Project this month (October 2019).

The work includes two major engineering plant design packages for the processing of laterite ore to produce a mixed hydroxide precipitate (MHP) and refining of the MHP to produce battery-grade nickel and cobalt sulphate.

The company said progress was also being made in other aspects of the project pre-feasibility study such as infrastructure, logistics and environmental studies.

The update was included in the company’s annual report.

A site within the Lansdown Industrial Precinct, 40km west of Townsville, has been selected for the $415 million battery chemicals plant.

Pure Minerals, through subsidiary Queensland Pacific Metals, plans to source nickel-cobalt ore from New Caledonia.

TECH would have a throughput of about 600,000 wet tonnes of ore per annum to produce about 25,400 tonnes per annum of nickel sulphate and 3000 tonnes of cobalt sulphate.

Engineering report near for TECH plant