Hexagon Resources Managing Director Mike Rosenstreich discusses the Company's McIntosh Project and the graphite marketBrisbane, July 21, 2017 AEST (ABN Newswire) - The Managing Director of Hexagon Resources (ASX:HXG), Mike Rosenstreich, has recently taken part in a video interview which provides an overview of the company's McIntosh Project and the broader graphite market.
Hexagon's focus is its 100% owned McIntosh flake graphite project, located in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
The latest development is that Hexagon has completed a Pre-Feasibility Study (PFS) into the development of the first stage of the McIntosh Project.
The outcomes of the study confirm the technical and financial viability of the initial project development and provide a very strong rationale to advance the project through a Feasibility Study (FS) towards development.
As Mr Rosenstreich explains it: "The numbers are looking really encouraging. It gives us the encouragement that we want to move this project on."
Hexagon's marketing strategy is to produce high-grade and premium quality flake concentrate, to attract long-term off-take parties which will build their procurement policy around large scale, quality production from a stable, reliable jurisdiction such as Australia, located close to their manufacturing bases, most likely in Southeast Asia.
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About Hexagon Resources Ltd
The exploration projects of Hexagon Resources Ltd (ASX:HXG) include McIntosh Graphite project, Halls Creek Gold Copper Project, Mabel Down project, Valla Molybdenum project, Geumam graphite project, Taewha Flake Graphite Project and Taewha Flake Graphite Projects. The McIntosh flake graphite project is located along the Great Northern Highway south of port of Wyndham, Western Australia.
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