IHC Robbins is pleased to announce that its sister company, Royal IHC Australia (Royal IHC), has been engaged by Renascor Resources (Renascor) to undertake their Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) and thereafter secure the right to construct the Siviour Graphite Project process plant under an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract.
Helping to accelerate the development of the Siviour project, Australia’s first modern graphite mine, Royal IHC has pledged A$1 million to undertake early project works with Adelaide-based Renascor. In collaboration with Wave International to finalise completion of the Siviour definitive feasibility study, Royal IHC will also complete metallurgical testing and detailed engineering and design work.
Commenting on the strategic partnership, Renascor Managing Director, David Christensen said:
“We are delighted to have entered into a strategic partnership with a high quality global engineering partner such as Royal IHC. This is an innovative partnership that we expect with accelerate the development of the Siviour Graphite Project towards production.
Royal IHC’s Director for Mining and Tunnelling, Hans Greve, stated:
“We recognize that Renascor’s Siviour Graphite Project offers outstanding potential, provided the next phases can be executed with precision.
“The Royal IHC team in Australia are specialists in providing high quality and innovative mining, metallurgical and engineering solutions. This partnership with Renascor continues IHC’s commitment to the mining and mineral processing industry. We are very proud to have gained Renascor’s trust and look forward to providing our services and solutions for the Siviour Graphite Project.”