Gladstone Pacific Nickel Limited (GPNL) is a dynamic publicly-listed, Australian mining development company, which is establishing a US$3.65 billion long-life, nickel and cobalt refinery at the Gladstone State Development Area (GSDA) in Central Queensland, Australia. GPNL is planning to build the refinery at the deepwater Port of Gladstone, treating high-grade nickel laterite ores from New Caledonia and other south-west Pacific Islands, underpinned by beneficiated ores from its own Marlborough deposits.
Mining CompanyNickel, cobalt
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