Bryah Resources has recorded a 119pc increase in nickel, copper, and cobalt resources at their Gabanintha project in Western Australia.
Bryah has revised its total ore resource estimates to 31.3mt at its Gabanintha mine, with contained resources of 21,563.8 mt of nickel, 5,947.5mt of copper, and 6,455.5mt of cobalt. The forecast also includes 17.7mt indicated resources. To date, 62pc copper, 34pc nickel, and 59pc cobalt have been recovered.
Australia’s Vanadium will process the mine’s output through its 1.6mt per annum mineral processing and refining plant.
Neil Marston, managing director, stated on Tuesday that Bryah plans to perform an additional round of flotation tests and a pre-feasibility study to determine the capital and operational costs for a new sulfide flotation circuit.
Bryah Resources is a mineral exploration company focusing on high-grade copper-gold and manganese resource exploration with two project locations in Western Australia.