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Metallica upsizes Cape Flattery plans

WITH demand for silica sand increasing across Asia, Metallica Minerals has updated its three-month-old definitive feasibility study outlining a larger project that will cost more, but generate larger returns in a compressed timeframe.

Cape Flattery

Cape Flattery

Northern Queensland's Cape Flattery will now generate twice the planned 1.5 million tonnes per annum of product than expected, but with two processing plants producing 3Mtpa the up-front capital costs...

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