Presentation made at the South Australian Exploration and Mining Conference by Renascor Resources Managing Director, David Christensen.
Published: November 19, 2019 | BY: KARMA BARNDON | AUSTRALIA’S MINING MONTHLY | RENASCOR Resources’ plan to diversify production at the Siviour graphite project with concentrate and downstream production operations has been given a boost, with purification tests on Siviour graphite concentrates producing battery-grade graphite with 99.98% total carbon.
While Siviour will target graphite for the lithium-ion battery market, Renascor has been looking to unlock further value from the project by branching out into the country’s first integrated graphite concentrate and spherical graphite operation and adding purified spherical graphite to the mix……..read more
Written by ASIA Miner News | Australian-based graphite company, Renascor Resources has released its Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) for the company’s Siviour Graphite Project near Arno Bay on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula.
The Definitive Feasibility Study confirmed Siviour as one of the world’s leading graphite projects, both in terms of the tier-one quality of the Resource and the projected low operating costs……. read more
Published: November 11, 2019 | BY: KARMA BARNDON | AUSTRALIA’S MINING MONTHLY | RENASCOR Resources can build the Siviour graphite project in a staged development for capital costs of $114 million, according to its recently released definitive feasibility study.
Near the coastal hamlet of Arno on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula, the Siviour graphite project will have a projected life of mine operating cost of $508 per tonne – one of the lowest costs… read more
Published: 11TH NOVEMBER 2019 | BY: ESMARIE IANNUCCI | CREAMER MEDIA SENIOR DEPUTY EDITOR: AUSTRALASIA PERTH (miningweekly.com) – A definitive feasibility study (DFS) for the Siviour graphite project, in the Eyre Peninsula, has estimated that the project would require a capital investment of A$118-million based on a staged development, with an initial production of 80 000 t/y during the first four years of operation.
ASX-listed Renascor Resources on Monday said that the project would be expanded to 144 000 t/y from year five onward, with the A$77-million expansion to be funded from project cash flows.