Pilbara Minerals reports 39% deposit increase in Pilgangoora

By IM Staff
Published: Monday, 06 September 2021

Australian lithium producer Pilbara Minerals reported a 39% deposit increase in its Pilgangoora mine in Western Australia following its acquisition of Altura lithium operations, the company said on Monday September 6.

Including the reported increase, the Western Australian mine, 100% owned by Pilbara, contains 3.5 million tonnes of lithium oxide (1.14%) and 71.7 million lbs of tantalum pentoxide.

The result came after an exploratory drilling campaign at the adjoining Ngungaju Resource (formerly Altura lithium operations) acquired by Pilbara in...

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