Cyprium Metals Limited (“CYM”, “Cyprium” or “the Company”) continues to make solid progress on the development of its Nifty Copper Project.


  • Significant increase in MRE (Mineral Resource Estimate) with more to come
  • SX/EW refurbishment advancing for recommissioning
  • Camp, gas power-house, infrastructure, upgrading progressing for recommissioning
  • Nifty Project Government Approval submissions lodged and on-track
  • Metallurgical fine-tuning with optimisation of processing parameters & recoveries
  • Project Financing in advanced discussions with financiers

Managing Director Barry Cahill commented:

“The Nifty Copper Project Restart Study demonstrates that the fundamentals of the project are robust, which does not include the increased Mineral Resource Estimate that we announced earlier this month.

We are currently focused on finalising the project debt financing for a fully funded project and then to execute our construction plans so that we produce copper metal plate on site in the second half of 2023.

While working through the finance process, Cyprium have not been idle, continuing to set Nifty up for the construction works post finance and pushing forward with the Maroochydore and Murchison Projects as assay results are received from the 2021 field season.”

Project Progress

Mineral Resource Estimate

The first mineral resource estimate (“MRE”) upgrade has been completed using the latest Nifty West drilling data with positive results. The next MRE update is to include the Nifty East drilling data. Further drilling will be undertaken as the orebody remains open in a number of directions.

The MRE upgrade has also delivered opportunities to refine and optimise the Phase 1 Oxide pit design and scheduling. The Life Of Mine planning has commenced and analysis for an expanded pit over the total mineral resource is focussing on the mine life (+20 years) and production profile.

Site Clean Up and Inventory

Since taking control of the site in April 2021, CYM has undertaken a significant clean-up of the mine site, including the rectification of a number of outstanding safety and environmental legacy issues. Progress to date has been significant but there is still much to do.

Site being cleaned up with scrap collected and sorted ready for sale or disposal: