Almonty Updates Feasibility Study for Sangdong Tungsten Mine

- January 29th, 2016

Almonty Industries Inc. (TSXV:AII) announced that it’s completed an updated feasibility study for its South Korea-based Sangdong tungsten mine.

Almonty Industries Inc. (TSXV:AII) announced that it’s completed an updated feasibility study for its South Korea-based Sangdong tungsten mine.
As quoted in the press release:

The updated Feasibility Study does not change the mineral reserve and mineral resource estimates set forth in the December 31, 2015 technical report (summarized in a press release dated January 6, 2016, and available under the Company’s profile on SEDAR (www.sedar.com)) and is otherwise generally consistent with the contents of that report.

Lewis Black, CEO of Almonty, commented:

The Feasibility Study update being published today resulted from information gathered during Almonty’s due diligence associated with the acquisition of Woulfe Mining Corp. The analysis of additional exploration data that was not previously considered as part of the old Feasibility Study that was filed on June 5th, 2015 led to the updated NI 43-101 technical report on Sangdong that was filed by Almonty on January 6, 2016. This in turn led to a review of the mining methods and mine development plan, which have now been adapted to Almonty’s overall vision for the long-term potential of the project.
We believe the updated Feasibility Study changes the focus of the Sangdong Project to a larger, and potentially longer life mine than was originally contemplated. The work done to date on the updated Feasibility Study is what gave us the confidence to engage KECC, originally announced on January 6, 2016, to complete the engineering study of the project and lead us towards obtaining the final surface permits needed in order to begin construction.

Click here to read the full Almonty Industries Inc. (TSXV:AII) press release.

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