Jervois keeps moving with São Miguel Paulista restart

Canadian-based Jervois Mining has selected Metso Outotec to help with its bankable feasibility study (BFS) at the São Miguel Paulista nickel-cobalt operation in Brazil, which the miner is moving to restart.
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Jervois appointed Metso Outotec and Ausenco for its refinery BFS

Metso Outotec, it said, will subcontract to its partner Ausenco, so it will support that lead contractor to complete all of the test work, piloting and flowsheet engineering to finish the BFS. Ausenco was tapped for its position on April 7.

Jervois said the first phase of the BFS is due in Q321, and Stage 2, based on concentrates, will be delivered by the end of calendar year 2021.

The miner, which is still working in tandem with Companhia Brasileira de Aluminio (CBA) to complete the SMP refinery purchase, wanted to restart operations at the refinery in 2022.

The restart will run in parallel with the start of production at its Idaho cobalt operations, also known as the ICO project, by the middle of next year.