DRA Taggart to conduct FEED Study on Avanti Kitsaul Project in Canada

Molybdenum Mining Project

DRA Taggart to conduct FEED Study on Avanti Kitsaul Project in Canada

DRA Taggart confirmed that it has entered an agreement with Avanti Kitsault Mine Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Alloycorp Mining Inc., to conduct a comprehensive review of the Avanti Kitsault Mine Project in British Columbia. Alloycorp, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Avanti Kitsault Mine Ltd., is spending approx. USD 1 billion to develop the Avanti Kitsault Project into one of the top four primary Molybdenum mines in the world.
(ed. WoMaMarcel - 21/5/2015)
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Avanti Kitsault Mine is spending approx. USD 1 billion to develop the Avanti Kitsault Project in British Columbia, Canada.

Toronto (BC), Canada – DRA Taggart’s immediate responsibility is to conduct a Front End Engineering Design study (FEED Study) to be completed by the end of August 2015. The FEED Study is aimed at confirming the engineering and procurement work done to date, further solidifying capital and operating costs, reducing overall project risks and ensuring robust project efficiencies and controls.

Upon completion of the FEED Study, DRA Taggart will present proposed project execution alternatives to Alloycorp for the 45,500 t/d processing plant, including engineering, procurement and construction, lump sum turnkey, build own operate and transfer, and variations of these execution models.

“DRA Taggart is very pleased to bring our global experience in the design and construction of concentrators of this type to the Avanti Kitsault project. We will ensure that our customised engineering services and collaborative approach to working the owner’s team will result in a robust and successful project for Alloycorp and its shareholders,” said Wray Carvelas, President of DRA Taggart.

Avanti Kitsault Mine Ltd. has completed site preparation work at Avanti Kitsault, including preliminary earthworks and grading at the plant site, access to site and camp expansion and construction of the Nass River Bridge. No further construct

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