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Environmental Clean Technologies update on Indian Project

Coal News - Published on Tue, 22 May 2018

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Environmental Clean Technologies Limited provides the following update in relation to the timing of the signing ceremony for its India Project. The Company announced last 17 May 2018 that the signing ceremony for its India Project was scheduled for Thursday 24 May 2018 in Canberra. The date has subsequently been rescheduled for 30 May 2018.

This move is to accommodate a change in availability of key dignitaries from both Australia and India that has recently been communicated to the Company.

Mr Glenn Fozard Chairman of ECT commented that "As shareholders may appreciate, coordinating the availability of senior dignitaries from India and Australia can be challenging.

Mr Fozard said that "With recent changes in availability for both groups, we've worked to find the next window of mutual availability.

Mr Fozard said that "Our partners at NLC and NMDC remain highly motivated and the Australian government continues to be very supportive.

Mr Fozard said that "We're extremely pleased that the signing ceremony will be in Canberra on Wednesday 30 May 2018 reflecting the importance of this first-of-a-kind deal between Australia and India."

The signing ceremony is the culmination of over 4 years of collaborative effort between the parties, representing the largest ever joint R&D agreement between Australia and India, and will see the execution of the Master Project Agreement for the development of an integrated Coldry demonstration and Matmor pilot plant.

Commencing with an AUD35 million R&D phase, the project aims to scale up ECT's Matmor and Coldry technologies to deliver an integrated Coldry demonstration and Matmor pilot plant to validate their technical and economic feasibility at a capacity of 2 tonnes of metal per hour.

Following successful phase one R&D outcomes, the agreement provides the framework to proceed with a commercial-scale integrated steelmaking facility. The parties have previously contemplated the potential scope for the commercial phase via the techno-economic feasibility study completed in July 2016, which includes a notional capacity of 500,000 tonnes per annum steel output and an estimated AUD300 million capital investment. The site for the R&D plant has been chosen to allow room for expansion into a commercial-scale facility.

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Posted By : Nanda Koijam on Tue, 22 May 2018
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