Mining Weekly reported that Toronto-listed Northcliff Resources announced the positive results of its feasibility study for the New Brunswick Sisson Project, which confirmed the openpit tungsten development as a strong project, technically and economically.
As quoted in the market news:
Sisson would be developed as an efficient bulk-tonnage operation and Northcliff said it intended to undertake value‐added processing of tungsten concentrates by constructing and operating Canada’s first APT plant at the project site, which would add significant economic value to the project.
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