MGX receives bulk sample permit for Driftwood Creek project

By Liz Gyekye
Published: Thursday, 05 November 2015

The Canadian explorer is hoping to extract more magnesia from its Driftwood site after receiving permission to extract more of the material from the area. The news comes as the company pushes ahead with developments at the facility in the hope of starting commercial production in late 2016.

MGX Minerals Inc. has been granted a bulk sample permit by the British Columbia Ministry of Energy and Mines to extract a 100-tonne sample of mineralised material from its Driftwood Creek magnesium facility in British Columbia, Canada.

The bulk sample will be mined, crushed and shipped to the laboratories of...

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