UNDERGROUND

Spargoville sulphides show potential

A PRE-FEASIBILITY study on the Spargoville 5A nickel mine near Kambalda in Western Australia shows a simple decline and two-level underground operation would be the best way to mine high-grade nickel sulphides lying just below the existing open pit.

 Spargoville landscape

Spargoville landscape

The PFS is being done by Estrella Resources. While Spargoville's mining lease is operated by Maximus Resources, Estrella holds the nickel rights to the tenement and has agreements in place with Maximus...

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