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Kalium Lakes announces all Mining Tenure granted

Mining News - Published on Wed, 20 Feb 2019

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Kalium Lakes Limited announced that all of the required Mining Tenure for its 100% owned Beyondie Sulphate Of Potash Project has now been granted by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety. The Tenure includes two Mining Leases (M), 15 Miscellaneous Licences (L) and a gas pipeline licence (PL), in addition to the 15 granted exploration Licences (E).

The tenure covers all required project activities, including:
Mining (Brine Extraction)
Evaporation Ponds
SOP Purification
All Roads including Product Haul Road Connecting to the Great Northern Highway
Water Supply Borefield and Pipelines
Gas Pipeline
Power Generation
Accommodation Facilities
Supporting Infrastructure

Importantly, all Mining Tenure has been granted with the consent of the Determined Native Title holders, the Gingirana People and the Birriliburu People, in accordance with the signed Mining Land Access Agreements. Also, all of the Exploration Licences have been granted in accordance with the Land Access and Mineral Exploration Agreements.

Managing Director, Mr Brett Hazelden, commented “The grant of all of our Mining Tenure requirements allows the full value chain to be accomplished including, extraction of the brine, evaporation to form salts, SOP purification and haulage to the Australian agricultural industry or an export port. Kalium Lakes is the only company to have all the tenure requirements granted to develop what we expect will be the first commercial SOP production facility in Australia. We would like to thank the Gingirana People and the Birriliburu People traditional owners for their consent and ongoing support of the Project.”

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Posted By : Rabi Wangkhem on Wed, 20 Feb 2019
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