() said its joint venture firm Direct Nickel Limited (DNi) has kicked off a feasibility study for the first commercial-scale DNI Process nickel processing plant.
The study will take place at mining firm PT Antam's operation in Halmahera in Indonesia and DNi expects it to be completed in early 2015.
The DNi process has been developed over the past seven years and has been demonstrated over the last year at a test site in Perth at a scale of 1 tonne of ore per day.
The test plant operation was completed last month with final reports on the results currently being prepared for release, revealed Regency.
Regency has a 7.5% stake in Direct Nickel Limited (DNi) and it is joint ventured with the company on the Mambare nickel-cobalt project in Papua New Guinea.
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