Tiger Upgrades Resources At Kipoi Deposits

News: Australian mining company Tiger Resources has upgraded its resources by 7.5% to 690,000 tonnes of copper at its Kipoi Copper Project Ore Reserves in the city of Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of Congo. In 2013, an additional drilling programme and the completion of successful metallurgical test work resulted in upgraded resource estimates. Ore Reserves for the Kipoi Central Stage 2 open pit increased by 112% to 208,200 tonnes of copper in January 2014. 'We will continue our focus to add additional mineral resources and ore reserves at each of the deposits across Kipoi to further extend the current 11-year mine-life of our SXEW operations,' said managing director Brad Marwood, reports Proactive Investors.com.

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