SURFACE

Roy Hill ramp up

PILBARA iron ore producer Roy Hill has been given a license to mine as much ore as it wants from the southern slopes of the Chichester Range after Western Australia’s Environmental Protection Authority agreed to remove the processing rate.

Roy Hill wants to mine the southern slopes of the Chichester Range.

Roy Hill wants to mine the southern slopes of the Chichester Range.

While Roy Hill's official throughput was 65 million tonnes per annum for production of 55Mtpa, that has now been removed under Part V of the Environmental Protection Act 1986. Under stage two of the...

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