Pure Energy Minerals has announced the completion of basic design for the pilot plant at its flagship Clayton Valley project in Nevada.
Pure Energy Minerals (TSXV:PE,FRANKFURT:AHG1,OTCQB:PEMIF) has announced the completion of basic design for the pilot plant at its flagship Clayton Valley project in Nevada.
According to the press release, Pure Energy has been working closely with its engineering providers to achieve the basic engineering and ensuing final design of the pilot plant. Building on the work reviewed at an engineering meeting on February 2018, the basic design includes drafts of process flow diagrams, piping and instrumentation diagrams, specifications, subcontractor scopes, contracting documents, and facility layouts.
As quoted in the press release, chief executive officer of Pure Energy, Patrick Highsmith said:
“We are truly excited to receive the pilot-plant basic design package from the Engineering Team. The team has made significant progress over the three months since we last met at Tenova Advanced Technologies’ research facility in Israel. The basic design package represents the culmination of thousands of hours of engineering effort toward the design of this first-of-its-kind facility. We are particularly pleased to work with Tenova, SUEZ, and NORAM, all of whom are world-renowned leaders in their respective fields. Their support is invaluable to the development and success of the CV Project.”