Nickel resumes projects in Australia

Norilsk Nickel began preparation for the drafting of Honeymoon Well — one of the largest nickel sulphide deposits in Australia. Its reserves are more than 1 million tons. It is said in a statement.

Nickel is currently embarked on a phased resumption of production at a number of companies in Australia that have been stopped for an indefinite period in 2009 due to unfavorable economic conditions. As part of this, the results of the internal audit, conducted in 2010, the company adopted a decision on whether to resume the project Honeymoon Well. As a result, decided to start preparations for its development. Performance Project Honeymoon Well — Ni 40 tons per year. Nickel is not specified the commissioning Honeymoon Well.

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