Mineral sand output at Base Resources will fall sharply in 2020

By William Clarke
Published: Wednesday, 01 May 2019

Output from the Kwale mineral sand operation in Kenya is expected to fall sharply in 2020 because of a necessary relocation to the asset’s South Dune ore body, Base Resources has said, with consequences for ilmenite, zircon and rutile.

Base Resources has forecast a sharp drop in output in 2020 at its Kwale mineral sand operation in Kenya.
Base forecast that it will have depleted the ore body at the Central Dune part of the site by June 2019. It will move mining operations to the South Dune ore...

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