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Millions for Mardie

BCI Minerals has secured a $450 million loan with a 15-year tenor from the federal government’s Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility for construction and ramp-up of the Mardie salt and potash project in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.

 Conceptual image of Mardie

Conceptual image of Mardie

Subject to a few conditions, the loan is the largest NAIF allocation made to a WA based company to date. BCI plans to produce 4.4 million tonnes of salt and 120,000t of sulphate of potash per annum...

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