UNDERGROUND

Dolphin costs cut

TASMANIA-based miner King Island Scheelite has revised its June 2019 feasibility study and updated the mineral reserve estimate at its Dolphin tungsten project on King Island to extend the mine life from eight years to 14.

 The Dolphin mine in Tasmania

The Dolphin mine in Tasmania

The Dolphin open cut mine will be extended eastward to recover remnant ore from historic underground operations as part of an eight-year underground mining plan, based on probable reserves of 4.43 million...

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