Sheffield managing director Bruce McFadzean. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Sheffield brings in Hatch for study

Aspiring mineral sands miner Sheffield Resources has appointed engineering group Hatch to undertake a bankable feasibility study on its Thunderbird project near Derby.

The scope of the study involves investigating simplifications to processing methods to reduce capital, operating costs and risk.

Hatch will also help refine a timeline for the company to move from an initial throughput of 7.5 million tonnes per annum to 15mtpa at Thunderbird, along with marketing initiatives including discussions with potential offtake partners.


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