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Boss Energy’s (ASX: BOE) enhanced feasibility study is now 75% complete for its proposed Honeymoon uranium mine in South Australia, with the study scheduled for delivery in the June quarter (reports Small Caps).

Boss Energy’s (ASX: BOE) enhanced feasibility study is now 75% complete for its proposed Honeymoon uranium mine in South Australia, with the study scheduled for delivery in the June quarter (reports Small Caps). The company noted work on the process design includes using ion exchange (IX) columns, rather than the plant’s existing pulsed columns. Boss’ strategy to change-out the pulsed column with IX ones is to “deliver significant reductions” in operating costs.

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Fenix Resources (ASX:FEX) recently joined the ranks of Australia’s iron ore producers and has ramped up its production to deliver two shipments per month to Geraldton port (reports Stockhead).

Fenix Resources (ASX:FEX) recently joined the ranks of Australia’s iron ore producers and has ramped up its production to deliver two shipments per month to Geraldton port (reports Stockhead). Road haulage rates for the company’s Iron Ridge mine in WA have reached nameplate levels of 1.25 million tonnes per year, a feat achieved one month ahead of schedule.

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Iron ore exploration company CZR Resources (ASX:CZR) is aiming to follow a raft of new producers into the booming sector with its Robe Mesa project in WA’s West Pilbara region (reports Stockhead).

Iron ore exploration company CZR Resources (ASX:CZR) is aiming to follow a raft of new producers into the booming sector with its Robe Mesa project in WA’s West Pilbara region (reports Stockhead). A definitive feasibility study is being readied for the project that will pave the way for mining approvals after a pre-feasibility study last year showed it would generate strong returns.

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Trigg Mining (ASX: TNG) is set to deliver a maiden JORC resource at its Lake Throssell sulphate of potash (SOP) project next quarter following the successful completion of an initial air core drilling program (reports Small Caps).

Trigg Mining (ASX: TNG) is set to deliver a maiden JORC resource at its Lake Throssell sulphate of potash (SOP) project next quarter following the successful completion of an initial air core drilling program (reports Small Caps). The explorer today revealed drilling at its wholly-owned Western Australian project has confirmed the presence of an extensive palaeovalley system measuring up to 36km long, 5km wide and 100m deep with evidence of multiple aquifers at varying depths.

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Gold enjoyed a relief rally this week as the U.S. prepared to pump an extra $US1.9 trillion of paper money into the system

Gold enjoyed a relief rally this week as the U.S. prepared to pump an extra $US1.9 trillion of paper money into the system, but the bigger picture of rising interest rates and the potential for faster global growth kept the focus on copper and other industrial materials, including oil. It wasn’t all plain sailing for industrial materials. It never is, as investors exposed to nickel discovered when China delivered a supply surprise. Iron ore also suffered a setback courtesy of events in China which point to a cutback in steel production.

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Instability caused by last week’s rise in U.S. bond rates remained the dominant theme on financial markets this week with iron ore and copper the pick of the commodities sector while gold struggled to recover lost ground.

Instability caused by last week’s rise in U.S. bond rates remained the dominant theme on financial markets this week with iron ore and copper the pick of the commodities sector while gold struggled to recover lost ground. More of the same can be expected in future weeks until a clear picture emerges of the post-pandemic world and investors learn to live with the aftershocks of the wild ride on markets over the last 12-months.

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Mineral sands prices are rising – and analysts are lining up to recommend investors buy shares in Australia’s next big producer of these increasingly essential ingredients (reports Stockhead).

Mineral sands prices are rising – and analysts are lining up to recommend investors buy shares in Australia’s next big producer of these increasingly essential ingredients (reports Stockhead). Strandline Resources (ASX: STA) has again shown why it is set to be Australia’s next world-scale producer of mineral sands, revealing it now has binding sales contracts covering more than 90 per cent of the forecast revenue from its Coburn project in WA.

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Strandline Resources’ (ASX: STA) Coburn mineral sands project is another step closer to development with the company cementing a binding final offtake deal with titanium dioxide pigment producer Venator Materials (reports Small Caps).

Strandline Resources’ (ASX: STA) Coburn mineral sands project is another step closer to development with the company cementing a binding final offtake deal with titanium dioxide pigment producer Venator Materials (reports Small Caps). Venator has agreed to take 100% of the rutile produced at Coburn over five years, which is anticipated to generate up to 20% of the mine’s forecast revenue during the period.

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