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Black Rock Mining adds fourth module to enhance graphite project DFS and improve metrics

Proactive Investors Sunday, 28 July 2019
Black Rock Mining Limited (ASX:BKT) chief executive officer John de Vries updates Proactive Investors on its enhanced Mahenge Graphite Project definitive feasibility study (DFS) which includes a fourth module to improve project metrics. The CEO says the eDFS brings together a number of competitive advantages for the Tanzanian project, with a customer and financial markets driven outcome. Exact timing of first production will depend on progress in securing finance.
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