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Panoramic feels filter press failure squeeze

PRODUCTION guidance for Panoramic Resources’ Savannah nickel project in Western Australia’s Kimberley for 2022-23 will not be met after a crack was found in the filter press pressure plate.

An image showing the new crack formed below the fix.

An image showing the new crack formed below the fix.

Panoramic had been on track to meet its 2022-23 production guidance, albeit at the lower end, of 6600-7100t nickel, 4100-4500t copper and 400-500t cobalt at C1 costs of $7.30-$8.30 per pound of nickel....

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