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THE Mt Thirsty cobalt-nickel project in Western Australia’s Eastern Goldfields will cost joint venture partners Barra Resources and Conico $371 million to develop, according to a recently released pre-feasibility study.

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Mt Thirsty in WA's Mid-West

The two deposits at Mt Thirsty Main and Mt Thirsty North have probable ore reserves of 18.8 million dry tonnes grading at 0.13% cobalt and 0.54% nickel.

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