Forbes reported that Northcliff Resources Ltd’s results of the Sisson Tungsten Project feasibility study puts it as one of the largest, outside of China, with 334 million metric tons of reserves containing 22.2 million metric tons of tungsten trioxide.
As quoted in the market report:
The company is moving toward beginning construction in 2014 and commissioning by 2016. It will be filing an Environmental Impact Assessment to both provincial and federal governments in the coming weeks.
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