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|Location:||New Brunswick, Canada|
In 2011, MMTS began work on the Sisson Tungsten‐Moly project in central New Brunswick, Canada. After positive results from the scoping study, MMTS was retained again in 2012 to continue the mine planning for a Feasibility level study. This was a fast‐tracked study; moving quickly from a scoping study to Feasibility year over year. MMTS worked closely with Northcliff (a subsidiary of HDI Mining) and Samuel Engineering to address the unique challenges of accelerated scheduling. Northcliff successfully submitted the Feasibility study to the EA process in 2013. In 2014, MMTS began additional optimizations at the request of the client.