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Kogi is developing the Agbaja Iron Ore project in Nigeria which has defined an ore reserve and a completed Pre-Feasibility Study under its belt.
This established Agbaja in Nigeria as an economically robust and technically viable project with average operating costs of US$42.98 per tonne concentrate FOB.
Other key takeaways include estimated pre-tax NPV of US$420 million (at a 12% discount), an IRR of 23.7% and CAPEX estimate of US$497 million.
The project has an Ore Reserve of 205 million tonnes at 45.7% iron, enough mineable ore to support a minimum 21 year mine plan.
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