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Pilgangoora spodumene about to set sail

PILBARA Minerals looks to have edged out Altura Resources in the race to ship the first spodumene concentrate from Pilgangoora out of Port Hedland, with the Ken Brinsden-run company saying this morning its first cargo was about to depart for Asia.

Pilgangoora ore has been processed and will soon be shipped.

Pilgangoora ore has been processed and will soon be shipped.

Pilbara said loading of its maiden shipment of spodumene concentrate from its lithium-tantalum project in Western Australia commenced yesterday, with around 8800 tonnes grading some 6.1% lithium and 1.2%...

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