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Core releases Finniss prefeasibility study

THE development of the Finniss lithium project near Darwin in the Northern Territory will likely cost $53.55 million and pay for itself in 12 months, according to the project pre-feasibility study.

The Finniss project's proximity to East Arm Point will help it keep infrastructure costs down.

The Finniss project's proximity to East Arm Point will help it keep infrastructure costs down.

That is just as well because the expected life of mine is 26 months. Core Exploration plans to develop a conventional open pit mine over the Grants lithium deposit. That mine will be attached to a 1...

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