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King Island Scheelite Limited's (KIS) main focus is to redevelop the tungsten mines on King Island in Tasmania.

KIS has a long history of mining Tungsten on the island, the former operations closed in 1990 due to low tungsten prices. The company is now in a position to redevelop the Dolphin Project. This project will be completed in stages to ensure risks are managed and capital requirements minimised.

The resource comprises remnant ore bodies at Dolphin, Bold Head and Tailings of 9,109,000 tonnes containing 81,720 tonnes of WO3. The redevelopment plan involves reopening the former underground mine at Dolphin and constructing a processing facility.


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Level 26, 259 George STSYDNEY NSW 2000
Phone: 02 8622 1400 Fax: 02 8622 1401
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