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Renewables to power outback mine

Friday 14 Feb 20 10:00am

Sunset at the Prominent Hill mine

 

By ANDREW SPENCE

 

Australian mining company Oz Minerals plans to power its proposed West Musgrave copper nickel mine in central Australia with up to 80 per cent renewables.

The South Australian company has released a pre-feasibility study showing the Nebo-Babel deposit has the potential to produce 28,000 tonnes of copper and 22,000 tonnes of nickel a year for 26 years.

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