Sunrise's $1.5B cost dawns on market

ACCORDING to Clean TeQ chief executive Sam Riggall it takes “real patience and commitment to build extraordinary things”.

Sunrise's $1.5B cost dawns on market Sunrise's $1.5B cost dawns on market Sunrise's $1.5B cost dawns on market Sunrise's $1.5B cost dawns on market Sunrise's $1.5B cost dawns on market

Clean TeQ chairman Robert Friedland at Mining Indaba earlier this year. Image: Dave Hann Photography

In the case of Clean TeQ, the extraordinary thing in question is its bold Sunrise nickel-cobalt-scandium project near the small town of Fifield in central New South Wales.