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29 September 2017
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Dumont back as nickel-cobalt opportunity

Quebec nickel-cobalt project taking calls from interested parties

First Cobalt aims to 'blanket the camp'

Canada cobalt company to spend C$7m on Cobalt Camp drilling

Fission Uranium to focus on R1515W, PFS

Athabasca Basin explorer to focus on land-based zone in latest exploration programme

Iron ore heading for $50/t

Dane Davis says Chinese conditions will soon push iron ore prices down $20/t

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Future Of Mining > Investment

Quest to take mine transport into future

TSX-listed Quest Rare Minerals plans to use advanced airship transport to ferry more than 200,000 tonnes a year of rare earth ore concentrate from 2019 from its proposed C$560 million Strange Lake mine in northern Quebec about 240km to a rail-head for carting to a refinery at Bécancour under a US$850 million, 10-year deal outlined this week.

Future Of Mining > Investment

Quest to take mine transport into future

TSX-listed Quest Rare Minerals plans to use advanced airship transport to ferry more than 200,000 tonnes a year of rare earth ore concentrate from 2019 from its proposed C$560 million Strange Lake mine in northern Quebec about 240km to a rail-head for carting to a refinery at Bécancour under a US$850 million, 10-year deal outlined this week.

Quest to take mine transport into future

A fleet of airships could transport concentrate, people and supplies between the Strange Lake mine and Schefferville

Seven Lockheed Martin LMH-1 heavy-lift cargo Hybrid Airships operated by UK-based Straightline Aviation (SLA) are expected to provide dedicated air services for the transport of ore concentrate, supplies and personnel from the remote site near the Voisey’s Bay nickel mine, to Schefferville, a town with a direct rail link to the port of Sept-Iles.

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