MRG Metals Begins Metallurgical Testwork Post Significant Koko Massava MRE

  • May 06, 2020 AEST
  • Team Kalkine

Advancing the Heavy Mineral Sands focussed Corridor Projects in Mozambique, MRG Metals Limited (ASX:MRQ) recently delivered significant maiden mineral resource estimate of 1,423 billion tonnes at 5.2% total heavy mineral at its first target, Koko Massava.

The Company has now commenced the process of metallurgical testwork on a bulk sample of mineralised material, conducted by IHC Robbins in Brisbane. The aim of the process is to characterise the process performance of the heavy mineral sand and determine the potential economic value of MRQ’s preliminary exploration success at Koko Massava.

The stock was trading at $0.006 at 11.52 AM AEST on 6 May 2020.


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