Sheffield's Thunderbird could be a goer if capex reduced

MORE than two years after Sheffield Resources completed the bankable feasibility study for its Thunderbird mineral sands project in Western Australia, the company has kicked off an updated assessment that’ll be looking to reduce start-up capital at the previously costed A$463 million development.

Sheffield's Thunderbird could be a goer if capex reduced Sheffield's Thunderbird could be a goer if capex reduced Sheffield's Thunderbird could be a goer if capex reduced Sheffield's Thunderbird could be a goer if capex reduced Sheffield's Thunderbird could be a goer if capex reduced

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Sheffield said the updated feasibility was expected to be completed early next quarter and was focused on increasing zircon production and deferring the low temperature roast (LTR) ilmenite circuit to

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