Australian Bauxite Limited's (ASX:ABX) wholly-owned subsidiary, ALCORE Limited has commenced the chemical refining of ABx bauxite into aluminium fluoride (AlF3), commencing with removal of silicon and iron oxides to create a clear solution containing the aluminium fluoride that will be produced by a crystalliser-still stage in coming days.
Australian Bauxite Ltd
Australian Bauxite Limited (ABx) (ASX:ABX) has its first bauxite mine in Tasmania and holds the core of the Eastern Australian Bauxite Province. ABx's 22 bauxite tenements in Queensland, New South Wales & Tasmania exceed 1,975 km2 and were selected for (1) good quality bauxite; (2) near infrastructure connected to export ports; & (3) free of socio-environmental constraints. All tenements are 100% owned, unencumbered & free of third-party royalties. ABx's discovery rate is increasing as knowledge, technology & expertise grows.
The Company's bauxite is high quality gibbsite trihydrate (THA) bauxite that can be processed into alumina at low temperature.
ABx has declared large Mineral Resources at Inverell & Guyra in northern NSW, Taralga in southern NSW, Binjour in central QLD & in Tasmania, confirming that ABx has discovered significant bauxite deposits including some of outstandingly high quality.
At Bald Hill near Campbell Town, Tasmania, the Company's first bauxite mine commenced operations in December 2014 – the first new Australian bauxite mine for more than 35 years. ABx has created significant bauxite developments in 3 states - Queensland, New South Wales and Tasmania. Its bauxite deposits are favourably located for direct shipping of bauxite to both local and export customers.
ABx endorses best practices on agricultural land, strives to leave land and environment better than we find it. We only operate where welcomed.
Emerging bauxite producer, Australian Bauxite Limited (ASX:ABX) considers its Binjour Project located 115kms southwest of Bundaberg Port to be the best source of gibbsite-trihydrate metallurgical-grade bauxite in Queensland that is suitable for low temperature alumina refineries and sweetener circuits in some high-temperature refineries.
Welcome to the 10th Annual General Meeting of shareholders of Australian Bauxite Limited (ASX:ABX).
Australian Bauxite Limited (ASX:ABX) had produced and loaded 32,477 tonnes of bauxite onto the customer's ship at Bell Bay Port which is in the upper range of the contracted tonnage target of 30,000 to 33,000 of cement-grade bauxite. Grades are better than contract, as is usual for ABx.
Australian Bauxite Limited (ASX:ABX) had produced 31,600 tonnes as at Monday 9 April and achieved the contracted tonnage target of 30,000 to 33,000 of cement-grade bauxite 3 weeks before the 1 May 2019 contract date. Grades are better than contract, as usual for ABx shipments to date.
Emerging bauxite producer, Australian Bauxite Limited (ASX:ABX) considers its Binjour Project located 115kms southwest of Bundaberg Port to be the best source of gibbsite-trihydrate bauxite in Queensland that is suitable for low-temperature alumina refineries and sweetener circuits in some high-temperature refineries.
Australian Bauxite Ltd (ASX:ABX) provides the Company's 2018 Annual Report for the 12 month period to 31 December 2018.
Australian Bauxite Limited (ASX:ABX) is pleased to advise that it has been the successful tenderer for its next sale of seaborne cement-grade bauxite.
Australian Bauxite Ltd (ASX:ABX)(FRA:A7B) (ABx)'s wholly-owned subsidiary, ALCORE Limited has acquired the equipment needed to produce test samples of key products and constructed the Stage 1 Core Laboratory to lock-up stage, thus staying ahead of schedule and within budget.
In accordance with the requirements of Listing Rule 3.1 Australian Bauxite Ltd (ASX:ABX) submit the attached material that was presented at the 2018 Mining Resources Convention.
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