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  • Price (EUR)0.293
  • Today's Change-0.003 / -1.01%
  • Shares traded20.00k
  • 1 Year change-45.74%
  • Beta-1.1171
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About the company

Pilbara Minerals Limited is a strategic metals producer. The Company is engaged in the exploration, development and mining of mineral resources. It owns the Pilgangoora Lithium-Tantalite Project, which is located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The Pilgangoora Lithium-Tantalite Project is located approximately 120 kilometers southeast of Port Hedland in Western Australia. The Pilgangoora Lithium-Tantalite Project is a spodumene (lithium-mineral) deposit. It has a farm-in and joint venture agreement over approximately six tenements comprising its West Pilbara project. The Pilgangoora Lithium-Tantalite Project has an Indicated and Inferred Resource of approximately 213 metric tons grading over 1.32% lithium oxide and 116 parts per million (ppm) Tantalite and 1.08 Iron oxide. Its subsidiaries include Tabba Tabba Tantalum Pty Ltd, Sturt Resources Ltd, Pilbara Lithium Pty Ltd, Pilgangoora Holdings Pty Ltd and Pilgangoora Operations Pty Ltd.

  • Revenue in AUD (TTM)24.58m
  • Net income in AUD-21.34m
  • Incorporated2005
  • Employees1.00
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