King Island Scheelite Announces Tungsten Reservein Dolphin Project

- May 26th, 2010

King Island Scheelite (KIS) has announced an underground tungsten reserve at its Dolphin project, Tasmania, Australia. The reserve totals 1.63 million tonnes grading 11.30% WO3 for 21,150 tonnes at a 0.70% WO3 cut-off.
This Dolphin reserve estimate is based on post-pillar, cut-and-fill underground mining per historic production.
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King Island Scheelite (KIS) has announced an underground tungsten reserve at its Dolphin project, Tasmania, Australia. The reserve totals 1.63 million tonnes grading 11.30% WO3 for 21,150 tonnes at a 0.70% WO3 cut-off.

This Dolphin reserve estimate is based on post-pillar, cut-and-fill underground mining per historic production.

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