Refinery proponents hold Townsville briefing
Pure Minerals says it plans to invest $US300 million ($420 million) into the local economy by building the battery chemicals plant, bringing hundreds of job opportunities.
Limited places are available for a presentation by directors at Mercure Townsville in Woolcock St. (Details HERE)
Pure Minerals is acquiring Queensland Pacific Metals, which has laid the groundwork to import high-grade nickel-cobalt ore from New Caledonia.
The ore will be processed using the DNi process to produce nickel sulphate and cobalt sulphate – which are required for the production of batteries.
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