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21 May 2019: Lastest Corporate Presentation Read »

26 November 2018: The company continues to review the development options for the cashmere project in line with the elevated iron ore outlook. Discussions with an infrastructure group are ongoing. The current regional infrastructure concept includes collaborating with other projects in the area to create sufficient mass to support the resources required to fully evaluate the economics of a large scale infrastructure solution. The current concept would see power, water and a slurry pipeline being provided to site. The infrastructure group intends to start their PFS in the coming months.
Initial studies show that we will be able to produce a 68% Fe concentrate delivered on board at Geraldton or a facility nearby using the infrastructure as outlined above at an all up cost of approximately AU$50-55 per tonne. With current prices for 68% Fe concentrate being in the range of AU$110 per tonne the project shows strong economics for development.
At the end of 2017 the company increased the JORC resources at the project area by a further 147 million tonnes in the inferred category.
Discussions with a number of parties interested in investing in the project are continuing.



17 April 2015: Cashmere Iron Limited has entered in to an MOU with regards to the development of the Cashmere Downs Project. More information is available on the following website, cashmeremining.com


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Cashmere Iron Ltd, unlisted public company based in Western Australia,
has reached a significant milestone in the development of its Cashmere Downs Iron Project in the Mid West region of Western Australia, announcing:

  • JORC Code compliant hematite and magnetite deposit at Cashmere Downs Iron Project now stands at over 1 Billion tonnes,
  • Estimated resource represents a length 7.5km of a total of 52kms of banded iron ridges within the Company’s project area, which has the potential to be one of the largest iron deposits in the Mid West,
  • Davis Tube Recovery results are exceptionally high, with an average of 43.7% weight recovery at a 38 micron grind size,
  • Metallurgical studies show that a concentrate >66%Fe with Silica levels 4.5% Si02 and weight recovery of >40% can be achieved,
  • Several areas of DSO Hematite Canga and channel deposits (rock chip results as high as 64%Fe) indentified and will be proven up as priority,
  • Cashmere Downs Iron Project is advanced, with second stage environmental studies soon to commence; Native Title agreements in place; project within granted Mining Leases; and discussions with potential off-take/JV partners in progress.

 

Location Our Location
The Cashmere Downs Iron Project is located in the Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia, approximately 700 km North East of Perth.

Deposits Deposits
Mabrouk Minerals first noted the potential for Iron Ore at Cashmere Downs in 2003. An airborne magnetic survey revealed strong magnetic anomalies.

Business Business
Cashmere Iron Ltd has been established in August 2007 to explore and develop the Cashmere Downs Iron Ore Deposit.


 

 

 

 

 

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