HPAL

AcronymDefinition
HPALHigh Pressure Acid Leaching (ore processing)
HPALHealth Physics Analysis Laboratory
HPALHigh Plains Agricultural Laboratory (Sidney, NE)
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67 per pound of payable nickel to the two HPAL plants, which was 6.
The much bigger Goro project in New Caledonia appeared to confirm all the HPAL problems.
But Goro is turning out to be the exception rather than the rule when it comes to HPAL projects.
In 2006, ANTAM focused on supporting the mining of the Mornopo mine, which ANTAM opened at the end of 2005, and the exploration of Sangaji will be accelerated in order to anticipate the development of FeNi IV and the HPAL project.
Ravensthorpe was discarded by BHP Billiton after a series of technical difficulties which appeared to reinforce the impression that HPAL was intrinsically a problem technology.
a) the use of saprolite to neutralize excess acid in HPAL leached
Ore deliveries to the HPAL plants also rose, in particular to the Taganito HPAL facility, which is now operating at full capacity compared to 80 percent capacity during the same period last year.
This requires large capex for an acid plant, plus pressure and heat apparatus for HPAL and opex for acid, acid transport and byproduct storage.
Yes, we continued with our respective company activities but beyond that, there were no significant industry news except for the operation of Nickel Asia's second HPAL (high pressure acid leach) project, he said.
In terms of prices, with respect to sales to the HPAL plants, the pricing of which remains linked to the LME, the Company realized an average of $6.
Meta will use HPAL technology at Gordes," said Ali Safder Iplikcioglu, general manager of Meta Nikel Kobalt.
He was actively involved in the discovery of gold at both Nalunaq in Greenland and Hwini-Butre in Ghana, as well as the early development of the Mindoro HPAL nickel project in the Philippines.