thunderbird mineral sands project, dampier peninsula - mining technology | mining news and views updated daily

thunderbird mineral sands project, dampier peninsula - mining technology | mining news and views updated daily

The Thunderbird Mineral Sands Project is located approximately 25km north of the sealed Northern Highway and 60km west of Derby Port, in the Dampier Peninsula, Western Australia. It is one of the largest mineral sands deposits to be discovered in the last three decades and is said to be the worlds best undeveloped mineral sands project. The project is fully-owned by Sheffield Resources.

The projects pre-feasibility study (PFS) was completed in May 2015 and further updated in October 2015, while the definitive feasibility study (DFS) was completed in 2016. Construction started in 2017, commissioning is scheduled for 2018 and first production is expected in 2019.

The estimated capital expenditure on the project is A$271m ($195m approximately). The projects annual throughput is estimated to be 12 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) during the first eight years of production, which will increase to 18Mtpa for the remaining 32 years of its estimated 40-year production life.

The Thunderbird deposit is hosted by sand formations deposited during the Cretaceous period. It integrates five mineralised formations, namely Fraser Beds, Reeves, Melligo, Thunderbird and Jowlaenga, with Thunderbird being the most prominent.

As of March 2017, the project is estimated to hold a combined measured, indicated and inferred mineral resource of 3.2 billion tonnes, containing 18.6Mt of zircon, 61.7Mt of ilmenite, 2.7Mt of leucoxene, and 5.9Mt of HiTi leucoxene.

The mining technique envisaged for the mineral sands project is strip mining and backfill method using a dozer trap unit. An initial pit will be excavated to expose the ore and, as the pit advances, waste overburden and tails will be used to provide a dam wall within the mine void, which will be backfilled with tailings.

The ore will be fed to two 810t/h skid-mounted dozer trap mining unit plants (MUPs) using two dozers. A third MUP will also be provided to serve as a back-up facility and the dozers will be complemented by a fleet of loaders, trucks, excavators and scrapers.

The processing technology for the project will be a conventional heavy mineral sands processing circuit. Slurried ore from the MUPs will be combined at the wet concentrator plant (WCP), which will be a semi-permanent and relocatable plant built on skids. The ore will be screened and deslimed on dual cyclone clusters.

The sand will then be separated from the heavy minerals using eight stages of spiral separators, while a deep cone thickener will be used to recover the process water. The heavy minerals concentrate (HMC) will then be slurried and pumped to the mineral separation plant (MSP).

A concentrate upgrade plant (CUP) at the MSP site will screen the HMC at 850 microns and employ magnetic and gravity separation techniques to produce magnetic (ilmenite-bearing) and non-magnetic (HiTi88 and zircon-bearing) concentrates and tails.

The magnetic concentrate will be pumped to an attritioner to remove surface coatings and to an ilmenite dry plant (IDP) for drying and further processing using screens and electrostatic separators to produce a primary ilmenite product. The primary ilmenite will further be treated using a low-temperature roast (LTR) plant, integrating a coal-based fluidised bed reactor, to produce a high-grade (56.1%) sulphate ilmenite product.

The non-magnetic concentrate will be upgraded using spiral concentrators and then be pumped to a hot acid leach plant (HAL) for surface cleaning of the mineral grains. They will then be treated in conventional magnetic, electrostatic and gravity circuits to produce zircon and HiTi88 leucoxene.

Major infrastructure at the project site includes a tailings storage facility (TSF), recycling and communications facilities, administration offices, contractors office and workshop, a medical facility, a dry store, a laboratory, an electrical and mechanical workshop, a borefield, a 16MW LNG / diesel power station and an accommodation camp.

The output from the project will be transported to the Derby wharf for storage and export, employing four quad road trains. At the wharf, the products will be conveyed to the ship loader for transhipment by barge.

Key companies involved in conducting the projects PFS and the updated report include Robbins Metallurgical for the metallurgical testwork and process design, Robins Project Engineering for the process engineering, GR Engineering for the study review, TZMI for the marketing studies, ATC Williams for geotechnical investigations, RCR Mining Technologies for bulk sample and mining review, and EPMS for engineering.

The resource estimation was performed by Quantitative Group, infrastructure studies were performed by Resource Engineering and Design, logistics studies were done by Wyntak, and pit optimisation and mine scheduling works were conducted by Entech. Financial modelling was performed by Northwind Resources, hydrogeological investigations were performed by Pennington Scott, and biological assessments were performed by Ecologia.

major mines & projects | jacinth-ambrosia mine

major mines & projects | jacinth-ambrosia mine

The Jacinth-Ambrosia mine in South Australias Eucla Basin is Ilukas primary source of zircon. [2018 Annual Report, p. 38]The Eucla Basin in southern Australia is one of the worlds largest onshore extents of Cenozoic marine sediments. Early Cenozoic coastal deposits remain largely intact and can be traced along a 2000 km basin margin that extends up to 380 km inland of the present day coastline. This includes over 650 km of coastal dune complexes along the northeastern basin margin that have been modified by aeolian processes to form the Ooldea and Barton sand ranges. Sand deposited along this coastline is the result of interaction between a dominant westerly wind, driving westerly longshore drift and building coastal dunes, and sea level change during Eocene to Miocene times. Marine transgressions during the late Middle Eocene (3936 Ma), Late Eocene (3634 Ma), and Neogene (152 Ma) reworked beach and backshore dune deposits to concentrate HM in suitable trap sites (Hou et al. 2008; Hou and Keeling 2008). Studies of the zircon age population in sediments indicate the dominant source is from the Musgrave Province, with minor contribution from the AlbanyFraser Orogen to the west (Reid and Hou 2006). The high zircon content reflects a combination of sorting during transport in fluvial and coastal environments over long distance, with possible recycling through Palaeozoic sandstones of the Officer Basin.Jacinth and Ambrosia formed on the western, basinward side, of the Ooldea barrier system with HM concentrated on a prograding beach complex that developed in a J-shaped bay. A prominent headland at the southern end of the bay is the result of sand accumulation on shallow crystalline basement of Palaeoproterozoic metagranite, part of the Fowler Domain of the western Gawler Craton.The Jacinth deposit is 900 metres wide and 5 km long.The Ambrosia deposit is 850 metres wide and 2.2 km long. [10/31/2018 Corporate Presentation, p. 21]

Mining method: Dry mining, dozer trap to mining unit. [10/31/2018 Corporate Presentation, p. 18]Operations at Jacinth-Ambrosia in South Australia moved from the Jacinth deposit to the Ambrosia deposit in August 2019.Mining scheduled to return to Jacinth at end of Ambrosia mine life. [05/12/2020 Corporate Presentation, p. 13]

Dry mining and ore concentrating activities occur on site and produce a heavy mineral concentrate through gravity separation. The heavy mineral concentrate is transported to Ilukas mineral separation facilities in Australia for the production of final products of zircon, rutile and ilmenite. [06222017_Media_release, p.2]Wet Concentrator:- Vibrating screens to remove grit from ore slurry- Cyclones remove fine material (clay/slimes) from ore slurry - slimes to thickener - sand fraction to spirals- Surge bin de-couples mining unit from concentrator and regulates feed to spirals- Spirals use gravity to separate heavy minerals from quartz- Heavy mineral concentrate dewatered and stockpiled - Some sand stacked (in-pit tails cell construction)- Remaining sand is pumped to cells with slimes Production Capacity: Wet concentrator ~1,000tph; Heavy mineral concentrate ~120tph. [10/31/2018 Corporate Presenta ........

savannah resources gains 20% in mozambiques mutamba project

savannah resources gains 20% in mozambiques mutamba project

Savannah Resources has gained a 20% interest in the Mutamba mineral sands project in Mozambique and completed a scoping study for it. The project is being developed by Savannah and Rio Tinto as part of a consortium agreement between the two parties. Savannah appointed TZ Minerals International to undertake the scoping study on the Mutamba development. The study determined that there is potential for the long-life mineral sands project that is estimated to ensure financial returns with modest capital requirements.Mining methods such as the dredge wet and the front-end loader (FEL) / truck and dozer trap drywere reviewed for applicability to the Mutamba project. Savannah has an option to increase its interest in the project to 51%, subject to key milestones being met. With an initial mine-life of 30 years, the project has estimated resources of 451 million tonnes at 6% of total heavy minerals. Savannah CEO David Archer said: The results of the scoping study outline the potential for a long life, robust project at a time of increasing demand for titanium feedstocks and strong price growth. Mutamba is a tier one deposit that is well placed to provide a long-term, reliable supply of ilmenite, zircon and rutile. If the pricing is assumed at $204/t for ilmenite and $275 for non-magnetic concentrate (rutile and zircon) over the life, the project is expected to generate average pre-tax cash flows of $52m per annum, with a life of mine revenue of $3.88bn. "With an initial mine-life of 30 years, the project has estimated resources of 451 million tonnes." However, if a pricing model of $222/t for ilmenite and $300 for non-magnetic concentrate is considered, the company expects average pre-tax cash flows of $62m per annumwith a life of mine revenue of $4.23bn. The project is expected to create 332 direct and 1,000 indirect jobs. First production will begin in 2020, with an estimated average annual production of 456,000t of roasted ilmenite and 118,000t of non-magnetic concentrate. Savannah can now earn a further 15% stake in the project by completing a prefeasibility study. Image: Example of dry mining using dozer trap. Photo: courtesy of Piacentini & Sons. Related Companies HK HYDRAULIK-KONTOR Hydraulic Systems and Components for Mining and Drilling Machinery 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile RBL-REI Conveyors for Material Handling Tasks in Mining Operations 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile Blue Heron Environmental Environmental Risk Management Solutions and Training for the Mining Industry 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile

The project is being developed by Savannah and Rio Tinto as part of a consortium agreement between the two parties. Savannah appointed TZ Minerals International to undertake the scoping study on the Mutamba development. The study determined that there is potential for the long-life mineral sands project that is estimated to ensure financial returns with modest capital requirements.Mining methods such as the dredge wet and the front-end loader (FEL) / truck and dozer trap drywere reviewed for applicability to the Mutamba project. Savannah has an option to increase its interest in the project to 51%, subject to key milestones being met. With an initial mine-life of 30 years, the project has estimated resources of 451 million tonnes at 6% of total heavy minerals. Savannah CEO David Archer said: The results of the scoping study outline the potential for a long life, robust project at a time of increasing demand for titanium feedstocks and strong price growth. Mutamba is a tier one deposit that is well placed to provide a long-term, reliable supply of ilmenite, zircon and rutile. If the pricing is assumed at $204/t for ilmenite and $275 for non-magnetic concentrate (rutile and zircon) over the life, the project is expected to generate average pre-tax cash flows of $52m per annum, with a life of mine revenue of $3.88bn. "With an initial mine-life of 30 years, the project has estimated resources of 451 million tonnes." However, if a pricing model of $222/t for ilmenite and $300 for non-magnetic concentrate is considered, the company expects average pre-tax cash flows of $62m per annumwith a life of mine revenue of $4.23bn. The project is expected to create 332 direct and 1,000 indirect jobs. First production will begin in 2020, with an estimated average annual production of 456,000t of roasted ilmenite and 118,000t of non-magnetic concentrate. Savannah can now earn a further 15% stake in the project by completing a prefeasibility study. Image: Example of dry mining using dozer trap. Photo: courtesy of Piacentini & Sons. Related Companies HK HYDRAULIK-KONTOR Hydraulic Systems and Components for Mining and Drilling Machinery 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile RBL-REI Conveyors for Material Handling Tasks in Mining Operations 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile Blue Heron Environmental Environmental Risk Management Solutions and Training for the Mining Industry 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile

The study determined that there is potential for the long-life mineral sands project that is estimated to ensure financial returns with modest capital requirements.Mining methods such as the dredge wet and the front-end loader (FEL) / truck and dozer trap drywere reviewed for applicability to the Mutamba project. Savannah has an option to increase its interest in the project to 51%, subject to key milestones being met. With an initial mine-life of 30 years, the project has estimated resources of 451 million tonnes at 6% of total heavy minerals. Savannah CEO David Archer said: The results of the scoping study outline the potential for a long life, robust project at a time of increasing demand for titanium feedstocks and strong price growth. Mutamba is a tier one deposit that is well placed to provide a long-term, reliable supply of ilmenite, zircon and rutile. If the pricing is assumed at $204/t for ilmenite and $275 for non-magnetic concentrate (rutile and zircon) over the life, the project is expected to generate average pre-tax cash flows of $52m per annum, with a life of mine revenue of $3.88bn. "With an initial mine-life of 30 years, the project has estimated resources of 451 million tonnes." However, if a pricing model of $222/t for ilmenite and $300 for non-magnetic concentrate is considered, the company expects average pre-tax cash flows of $62m per annumwith a life of mine revenue of $4.23bn. The project is expected to create 332 direct and 1,000 indirect jobs. First production will begin in 2020, with an estimated average annual production of 456,000t of roasted ilmenite and 118,000t of non-magnetic concentrate. Savannah can now earn a further 15% stake in the project by completing a prefeasibility study. Image: Example of dry mining using dozer trap. Photo: courtesy of Piacentini & Sons. Related Companies HK HYDRAULIK-KONTOR Hydraulic Systems and Components for Mining and Drilling Machinery 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile RBL-REI Conveyors for Material Handling Tasks in Mining Operations 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile Blue Heron Environmental Environmental Risk Management Solutions and Training for the Mining Industry 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile

Savannah has an option to increase its interest in the project to 51%, subject to key milestones being met. With an initial mine-life of 30 years, the project has estimated resources of 451 million tonnes at 6% of total heavy minerals. Savannah CEO David Archer said: The results of the scoping study outline the potential for a long life, robust project at a time of increasing demand for titanium feedstocks and strong price growth. Mutamba is a tier one deposit that is well placed to provide a long-term, reliable supply of ilmenite, zircon and rutile. If the pricing is assumed at $204/t for ilmenite and $275 for non-magnetic concentrate (rutile and zircon) over the life, the project is expected to generate average pre-tax cash flows of $52m per annum, with a life of mine revenue of $3.88bn. "With an initial mine-life of 30 years, the project has estimated resources of 451 million tonnes." However, if a pricing model of $222/t for ilmenite and $300 for non-magnetic concentrate is considered, the company expects average pre-tax cash flows of $62m per annumwith a life of mine revenue of $4.23bn. The project is expected to create 332 direct and 1,000 indirect jobs. First production will begin in 2020, with an estimated average annual production of 456,000t of roasted ilmenite and 118,000t of non-magnetic concentrate. Savannah can now earn a further 15% stake in the project by completing a prefeasibility study. Image: Example of dry mining using dozer trap. Photo: courtesy of Piacentini & Sons. Related Companies HK HYDRAULIK-KONTOR Hydraulic Systems and Components for Mining and Drilling Machinery 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile RBL-REI Conveyors for Material Handling Tasks in Mining Operations 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile Blue Heron Environmental Environmental Risk Management Solutions and Training for the Mining Industry 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile

With an initial mine-life of 30 years, the project has estimated resources of 451 million tonnes at 6% of total heavy minerals. Savannah CEO David Archer said: The results of the scoping study outline the potential for a long life, robust project at a time of increasing demand for titanium feedstocks and strong price growth. Mutamba is a tier one deposit that is well placed to provide a long-term, reliable supply of ilmenite, zircon and rutile. If the pricing is assumed at $204/t for ilmenite and $275 for non-magnetic concentrate (rutile and zircon) over the life, the project is expected to generate average pre-tax cash flows of $52m per annum, with a life of mine revenue of $3.88bn. "With an initial mine-life of 30 years, the project has estimated resources of 451 million tonnes." However, if a pricing model of $222/t for ilmenite and $300 for non-magnetic concentrate is considered, the company expects average pre-tax cash flows of $62m per annumwith a life of mine revenue of $4.23bn. The project is expected to create 332 direct and 1,000 indirect jobs. First production will begin in 2020, with an estimated average annual production of 456,000t of roasted ilmenite and 118,000t of non-magnetic concentrate. Savannah can now earn a further 15% stake in the project by completing a prefeasibility study. Image: Example of dry mining using dozer trap. Photo: courtesy of Piacentini & Sons. Related Companies HK HYDRAULIK-KONTOR Hydraulic Systems and Components for Mining and Drilling Machinery 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile RBL-REI Conveyors for Material Handling Tasks in Mining Operations 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile Blue Heron Environmental Environmental Risk Management Solutions and Training for the Mining Industry 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile

Savannah CEO David Archer said: The results of the scoping study outline the potential for a long life, robust project at a time of increasing demand for titanium feedstocks and strong price growth. Mutamba is a tier one deposit that is well placed to provide a long-term, reliable supply of ilmenite, zircon and rutile. If the pricing is assumed at $204/t for ilmenite and $275 for non-magnetic concentrate (rutile and zircon) over the life, the project is expected to generate average pre-tax cash flows of $52m per annum, with a life of mine revenue of $3.88bn. "With an initial mine-life of 30 years, the project has estimated resources of 451 million tonnes." However, if a pricing model of $222/t for ilmenite and $300 for non-magnetic concentrate is considered, the company expects average pre-tax cash flows of $62m per annumwith a life of mine revenue of $4.23bn. The project is expected to create 332 direct and 1,000 indirect jobs. First production will begin in 2020, with an estimated average annual production of 456,000t of roasted ilmenite and 118,000t of non-magnetic concentrate. Savannah can now earn a further 15% stake in the project by completing a prefeasibility study. Image: Example of dry mining using dozer trap. Photo: courtesy of Piacentini & Sons. Related Companies HK HYDRAULIK-KONTOR Hydraulic Systems and Components for Mining and Drilling Machinery 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile RBL-REI Conveyors for Material Handling Tasks in Mining Operations 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile Blue Heron Environmental Environmental Risk Management Solutions and Training for the Mining Industry 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile

Mutamba is a tier one deposit that is well placed to provide a long-term, reliable supply of ilmenite, zircon and rutile. If the pricing is assumed at $204/t for ilmenite and $275 for non-magnetic concentrate (rutile and zircon) over the life, the project is expected to generate average pre-tax cash flows of $52m per annum, with a life of mine revenue of $3.88bn. "With an initial mine-life of 30 years, the project has estimated resources of 451 million tonnes." However, if a pricing model of $222/t for ilmenite and $300 for non-magnetic concentrate is considered, the company expects average pre-tax cash flows of $62m per annumwith a life of mine revenue of $4.23bn. The project is expected to create 332 direct and 1,000 indirect jobs. First production will begin in 2020, with an estimated average annual production of 456,000t of roasted ilmenite and 118,000t of non-magnetic concentrate. Savannah can now earn a further 15% stake in the project by completing a prefeasibility study. Image: Example of dry mining using dozer trap. Photo: courtesy of Piacentini & Sons. Related Companies HK HYDRAULIK-KONTOR Hydraulic Systems and Components for Mining and Drilling Machinery 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile RBL-REI Conveyors for Material Handling Tasks in Mining Operations 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile Blue Heron Environmental Environmental Risk Management Solutions and Training for the Mining Industry 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile

If the pricing is assumed at $204/t for ilmenite and $275 for non-magnetic concentrate (rutile and zircon) over the life, the project is expected to generate average pre-tax cash flows of $52m per annum, with a life of mine revenue of $3.88bn. "With an initial mine-life of 30 years, the project has estimated resources of 451 million tonnes." However, if a pricing model of $222/t for ilmenite and $300 for non-magnetic concentrate is considered, the company expects average pre-tax cash flows of $62m per annumwith a life of mine revenue of $4.23bn. The project is expected to create 332 direct and 1,000 indirect jobs. First production will begin in 2020, with an estimated average annual production of 456,000t of roasted ilmenite and 118,000t of non-magnetic concentrate. Savannah can now earn a further 15% stake in the project by completing a prefeasibility study. Image: Example of dry mining using dozer trap. Photo: courtesy of Piacentini & Sons. Related Companies HK HYDRAULIK-KONTOR Hydraulic Systems and Components for Mining and Drilling Machinery 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile RBL-REI Conveyors for Material Handling Tasks in Mining Operations 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile Blue Heron Environmental Environmental Risk Management Solutions and Training for the Mining Industry 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile

However, if a pricing model of $222/t for ilmenite and $300 for non-magnetic concentrate is considered, the company expects average pre-tax cash flows of $62m per annumwith a life of mine revenue of $4.23bn. The project is expected to create 332 direct and 1,000 indirect jobs. First production will begin in 2020, with an estimated average annual production of 456,000t of roasted ilmenite and 118,000t of non-magnetic concentrate. Savannah can now earn a further 15% stake in the project by completing a prefeasibility study. Image: Example of dry mining using dozer trap. Photo: courtesy of Piacentini & Sons. Related Companies HK HYDRAULIK-KONTOR Hydraulic Systems and Components for Mining and Drilling Machinery 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile RBL-REI Conveyors for Material Handling Tasks in Mining Operations 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile Blue Heron Environmental Environmental Risk Management Solutions and Training for the Mining Industry 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile

The project is expected to create 332 direct and 1,000 indirect jobs. First production will begin in 2020, with an estimated average annual production of 456,000t of roasted ilmenite and 118,000t of non-magnetic concentrate. Savannah can now earn a further 15% stake in the project by completing a prefeasibility study. Image: Example of dry mining using dozer trap. Photo: courtesy of Piacentini & Sons. Related Companies HK HYDRAULIK-KONTOR Hydraulic Systems and Components for Mining and Drilling Machinery 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile RBL-REI Conveyors for Material Handling Tasks in Mining Operations 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile Blue Heron Environmental Environmental Risk Management Solutions and Training for the Mining Industry 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile

First production will begin in 2020, with an estimated average annual production of 456,000t of roasted ilmenite and 118,000t of non-magnetic concentrate. Savannah can now earn a further 15% stake in the project by completing a prefeasibility study. Image: Example of dry mining using dozer trap. Photo: courtesy of Piacentini & Sons. Related Companies HK HYDRAULIK-KONTOR Hydraulic Systems and Components for Mining and Drilling Machinery 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile RBL-REI Conveyors for Material Handling Tasks in Mining Operations 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile Blue Heron Environmental Environmental Risk Management Solutions and Training for the Mining Industry 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile

Savannah can now earn a further 15% stake in the project by completing a prefeasibility study. Image: Example of dry mining using dozer trap. Photo: courtesy of Piacentini & Sons. Related Companies HK HYDRAULIK-KONTOR Hydraulic Systems and Components for Mining and Drilling Machinery 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile RBL-REI Conveyors for Material Handling Tasks in Mining Operations 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile Blue Heron Environmental Environmental Risk Management Solutions and Training for the Mining Industry 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile

Image: Example of dry mining using dozer trap. Photo: courtesy of Piacentini & Sons. Related Companies HK HYDRAULIK-KONTOR Hydraulic Systems and Components for Mining and Drilling Machinery 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile RBL-REI Conveyors for Material Handling Tasks in Mining Operations 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile Blue Heron Environmental Environmental Risk Management Solutions and Training for the Mining Industry 28 Aug 2020 Visit Profile

2016 komatsu mining - joy global rf-7 dozer trap reclaimer - mgb and company

2016 komatsu mining - joy global rf-7 dozer trap reclaimer - mgb and company

TWO (2) each Used Joy Global (Komatsu Mining) RF-7 reclaimer feeder dozer trap. Used for pet coke and coal. Second unit is a 2015. Rated at 4,000 tph. Both units in good condition and ready to go to work! More pictures coming soon. Location: Lafayette, LA, U.S.A.

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