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Flinders gets boost from railway negotiations

Flinders Mines has welcomed the Western Australian government’s approval to commence negotiations that could pave the way for a state agreement allowing construction of a new railway to the company’s 100%-owned Pilbara iron ore project (PIOP)

Ailbhe Goodbody
Flinders Mines signed an agreement last year with the Balla Balla JV for the provision of rail and port services

Flinders Mines signed an agreement last year with the Balla Balla JV for the provision of rail and port services

Ian Gordon, managing director of Flinders Mines, said: “This milestone approval has injected new confidence into our ongoing efforts to complete a bankable feasibility study (BFS) this year for the development...

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