Pilbara Minerals takes degradation on Tabba Tabba mine
The Australian lithium and tantalum company Pilbara Minerals (WKN A0YGCV /ASX PLS) is now immediately before the commencement of commercial production on the tantalum mine Tabba Tabba.
The mine has been taken, while the production line early next month to be picked. With the start of mining operations and first Mahlarbeiten one wants ever stockpile of ore, which is to allow the continued operation of the mine. The processing plant with their Capacity of 120,000 tons per year was completed in Perth some time ago and is now fully installed. Picking should begin in a few days, as soon as you received the water license required. A first reduction, picking and first processing activities can start before the receipt of the last outstanding approval of the operating license, so that the full production can then run away and begin selling and delivery of the product produced at the mine. Pilbara expects to receive approval shortly, so it is hoped that the first commercial deliveries of ore from Tabba Tabba still be able to perform in December 2015 respectively. According Pilbaras Technical Director John Young, the preparations are for the commencement of commercial production on Tabba Tabba progressing well, everything is for the beginning of the picking In early November prepared. Mr. Young also pointed out that Pilbara is active on the lithium and Tantalprpjekt Pilgangoora with three drill rigs. The anticipated from there Results of the coming weeks and months will lead to a new resource estimate, which will feed into the ongoing preparation of a feasibility study to Pilgangoora.