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Liontown steady on Kathleen Valley

IT WILL cost Liontown Resources about $473 million to establish a 4 million tonne per annum lithium-tantalum mining and whole-of-ore flotation processing operation at its Kathleen Valley project in Western Australia’s north-eastern Goldfields, a definitive feasibility study has found.

 Kathleen Valley, WA

Kathleen Valley, WA

According to the DFS, the first five years of operations will involve initial steady state production of 2.5Mtpa, for 511,000tpa of spodumene concentrate and 428,000tpa of 30% tantalum concentrate, before...

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