Exploration at MZI’s Australian projects brings resource to 92m total heavy minerals

By Kasia Patel
Published: Friday, 29 May 2015

Having recently completed half of the construction required at the Keysbrook project in Western Australia, MZI is hoping to start production at the end of this year. The additional resource from its nearby Railway deposit will push up the value and potentially increase the life of the operation.

Following continuing exploration at its mineral sands projects in Western Australia, ASX-listed MZI Resources Ltd has confirmed the combined mineral resource for Keysbrook and Railway at 92m tonnes total heavy minerals (THM). 

The company, which this week passed the halfway mark for the development of Keysbrook, undertook reconnaissance drilling at the...

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