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Base Minerals and Metals Track Record

Australian Ferroalloys:

Feasibility studies and process evaluations for a multi-product ferroalloys project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

Dampier Salt:

Engineering, procurement and construction management of a new wash plant and export materials handling facility at Dampier, Western Australia. This project was undertaken in joint venture with Integrated Project Solutions Pty Ltd.

Iluka Resources:

Detailed feasibility studies, cost estimates and preliminary engineering of the relocation and refurbishment of a synthetic rutile reduction kiln for Iluka Resources in Western Australia.

Iluka Resources:

Studies of the debottlenecking of a lime kiln preheater unit for Iluka Resources Ltd, in Western Australia.

Moneo Metals:

Owner’s Engineer/project manager for the Definitive Feasible Study for a 25,000 tpa laterite nickel processing and refining project in New Caledonia.

Mt Burgess Mining:

Scoping study for its 2.5 Mtpa lead, zinc and silver Kihabe Base Metals project in Botswana.

Pyromet Technologies, South Africa:

Assistance to Pyromet in the performance of a study of the feasibility of establishing a ferrochrome plant in the Pilbara region of Western Australia based on the Coobina chromite deposits.

Transit Holding Ltd:

Scoping study for an underground solution mining and processing of potash located in Paradox Basin, Utah, USA

Vital Metals:

Supervision of testwork and development of the process flowsheet for the Watershed scheelite project in Queensland.


  • A conceptual study of the production of tungsten oxide concentrates for export based on a scheelite deposit in Western Australia.
  • Technical evaluations and cost estimations for the relocation of a vanadium processing kiln, initially installed and operated at a site in Western Australia, to a site outside Australia.
  • An initial feasibility study of the extraction of crystalline rutile from a high-titanium content slag obtained from the smelting of a titano-magnetite ore.

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