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Austpac Resources NL (APG)
is a publicly listed company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).



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General Overview

About Austpac Resources

APGAustpac Resources N.L. is a minerals technology company which has developed new commercial processes for the titanium and iron and steel industries. Austpac is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX Code: APG).

Austpac won the 2008 Mining Industry Award for “Applied Technology of the Year”.

Austpac’s key technology transforms ilmenite into high grade synthetic rutile (synrutile), an important feedstock for titanium dioxide pigment production and a preferred feedstock for titanium sponge, an intermediate step in the production of titanium metal.

The technology also has important commercial applications in the iron and steel industry, where it can be used to recycle waste chloride solutions (e.g. spent pickle liquor) and iron oxides (e.g. mill scale, furnace dusts) produced by steelmaking and recover hydrochloric acid and saleable iron metal pellets. The recycling of contaminated steel furnace dusts and the separate recovery of iron and contaminants such as zinc is a significant environmental step for the industry.

Austpac is showcasing the recycling processes in a commercial plant; the Newcastle Iron Recovery Plant. This plant is expected to commence operations in 2016 and will demonstrate the technology to the world steel industry.


ERMS Technology

ERMS SR SynrutileERMS roasting (Enhanced Roasting and Magnetic Separation) is a controlled roasting process, which conditions ilmenite for selective magnetic separation from gangue minerals.

ERMS SR roasting is used for rapid leaching in hydrochloric acid to generate high grade synthetic rutile.

The combination of Austpac’s roasting, leaching and acid regeneration processes is termed the ERMS SR Process.

Benefits of Austpac’s ERMS SR Process:
  • Capital and operating costs are competitive with other synthetic rutile processes.
  • Gas-solids fluid bed units are utilised for ilmenite roasting, synthetic rutile calcining and acid regeneration.
  • Ilmenite leaching is carried out at atmospheric pressure.
  • The overall processing cycle time is short therefore equipment size per unit of capacity is small.
  • The process is not fuel specific nor is it ore specific.
  • ERMS SR produces the world’s highest grade synthetic rutile (+97% TiO2).
  • High recoveries of ilmenite and TiO2 are achieved.
  • Zero liquid discharge can be achieved.
EARS Technology

Fluid bed evaporatorThe EARS (Enhanced Acid Regeneration System) process is a highly efficient means to regenerate strong hydrochloric acid from spent iron chloride leach liquor produced during the manufacture of synrutile by the ERMS SR process.

Benefits of the EARS Process:
  • The process is not fuel specific. In addition to liquid or gaseous fuels, solid fuels such as coal or char can be used or a combination of these fuels.
  • Regeneration of hydrochloric acid by the EARS process is cost effective, which is very important to the overall economics of synthetic rutile production. Significant savings are achieved through lower capital cost (smaller equipment is required) and reduced operating cost (by using high strength acid and low cost fuels) as compared to the alternative processes available.
  • Pyrohydrolysis is carried out in a fluid bed. In these units, the solid oxide discharge is in the form of small pellets as opposed to the fine powder of spray systems. This is a decided advantage when it comes to subsequent handling.
  • There are substantial environmental benefits. The iron fraction from the ilmenite is converted into Austpac’s Iron product, a suitable feedstock for use in foundries or for steel production. Other acid regeneration processes produce iron oxide, either as low value iron oxide pellets or fine red mud waste mud, and so do not recover the value of the iron metal. This allows ERMS SR plants to be located near cheap energy and good port facilities, rather than near a mine site, as is normally the case where iron oxide waste disposal is necessary.
  • Importantly for the environment, the EARS process produces below limit of detection levels of dioxins or furans that are commonly emitted by other acid regeneration processes.
  • Super-azeotropic HCl acid concentrations (i.e. above 20.4% concentration) can be produced compared with 18% acid made by the alternative systems. Super-azeotropic acid increases the leaching rate of ilmenite in the ERMS SR process, and significantly reduces the quantity of water recirculating with the acid, which lowers the fuel requirement for regeneration.
  • The recovery of chloride (and hence HCl) from spent leach liquors is very high (>98%).
Austpac Iron
The Austpac Iron Reduction Process

Austpac IronEarly in 2006, Austpac developed an innovative iron metallisation process to enhance the ERMS SR process by reducing the iron oxide pellets, produced by the EARS acid regeneration process, to iron metal pellets. This was undertaken in batch fluid bed roasters and it was decided to construct a pilot scale continuous “metalliser” to demonstrate the process. The pilot scale unit was operated late in 2006, with test runs conducted on a sample of fine iron ore from the Pilbara in Western Australia. Excellent metallisation (95%) was achieved, encouraging further development of the process.

The iron in steel mill waste products, such as the dusts collected from the furnace off-gases, can also be converted to saleable iron pellets. These waste products are chemically derived materials and therefore do not contain the deleterious elements which would be carried though in the reduction of iron ore. This means that Austpac Iron is unusually pure compared to other raw materials used for steel production.

Low Temperature Roasting (LTR)

The LTR process was developed by Austpac to upgrade contaminated ilmenite concentrates. The process uses controlled fluid bed roasting at less than 700°C to enhance the magnetic susceptibility of the ilmenite so it can be easily separated from less magnetic, deleterious gangue minerals, such as chromite. LTR-roasted ilmenite is still soluble in sulfuric acid, and can therefore be used to produce TiO2 pigment via the “sulfate” process. If ilmenite is roasted at high temperature, as is the normal procedure, the titania component is insoluble in acid and it is unsuitable for making TiO2 pigment.

In 2004, the LTR process was demonstrated in a 2.5 tonnes per hour roasting and magnetic separation plant designed by Austpac. The LTR plant was built by New Zealand Steel at their facilities at Glenbrook near Auckland, New Zealand, and successfully operated for six months. Iron minerals previously rejected as waste were recovered and conditioned for use in the steel making process, together with an ilmenite concentrate as a separate stream.

Test work conducted in 2008 at Austpac’s Newcastle facilities demonstrated that the LTR process is able to produce a clean, sulfateable ilmenite from highly chrome-contaminated ilmenite concentrates such as the Corridor Sands deposit in Mozambique.


3,000 tpa ERMS SR Demonstration Plant

Continuous leach reactorAustpac’s technologies, collectively termed the “ERMS SR” process, were proven at a newly constructed 3,000 tpa Demonstration Plant during 2008. The showcasing of the relevant technologies at the Plant, including ilmenite roasting, synthetic rutile production, EARS acid regeneration, the continuous leach reactor (CLR) and the direct reduction of iron oxides to iron pellets (Austpac Iron), was a major achievement that has allowed the Company to move into commercialisation. Austpac has now proved the world’s only fully continuous synrutile process that produces ultra-high grade synthetic rutile and an iron co-product. Operations at the plant also proved the ability of the EARS to regenerate acid from spent pickle liquor (a waste created in finishing some steel products), and of the DRI process to produce iron metal pellets from iron ore fines, thus widening the commercial applications for the Company’s technologies. The 3,000 tpa Demonstration Plant has proven the technologies under continuous commercial conditions.

Kooragang Island Plant 1998

In early 1998, Austpac adapted a decommissioned hydrofluoric acid plant on Kooragang Island in Newcastle NSW to serve as the site of the Company’s 3,000 tonnes per annum ERMS SR Synthetic Rutile Demonstration Plant. The removal of a variety of old equipment from the site provided an open six storey framework to begin the construction of pilot plant facilities for the development of the Company’s technologies.

In 2000, three roasters were installed in the plant. They could be operated individually or in a series, using solid, liquid or gaseous fuels, which provided more flexibility to the roasting operations.

The Kooragang Island pilot plant was run in various configurations on a campaign basis for internal test work and research as well as client based applications, commencing in 2000.

By 2004, Austpac recognised it would be necessary to build a more sophisticated plant capable of testing all the technologies that comprise the ERMS SR process. Such a plant was necessary to prove the technologies at a sufficient scale prior to committing to a commercial development, and funds were sought for a Demonstration Plant capable of producing synthetic rutile at a rate of 3,000 tpa.

In 2006 BHP Billiton recognised the potential of the ERMS SR technology by funding a successful research program. In 2007 and 2008, BHP Billiton supported Austpac’s capital raisings to fund the construction and operation of the ERMS contributing a total of $8 million (AUD) in two share placements to become at that time Austpac’s largest shareholder. BHP Billiton remains the Company’s third largest shareholder (4.18%).

The Newcastle Iron Recovery Plant

During steelmaking up to 3% of the iron can be lost as an iron oxide-rich dust that is carried out of the furnaces with the exit gases, and in steel rolling up to 5% of the iron is lost as mill scale. These dusts are often contaminated with other metals such as zinc and they present a disposal problem for steel mills.

In order to coat or paint steel to make roofing or other building products, any iron scale or oxide must first be removed. This surface preparation is called “pickling”, and involves running the steel through a bath of hydrochloric acid which removes the scale and oxide. Ultimately the acid is depleted and the spent liquor is predominantly iron chloride. However many steel mills do not recycle the spent liquors so they are neutralised and disposed of in landfills. The composition of spent pickle liquor (SPL) is essentially the same as spent leach liquor created by leaching ilmenite by the ERMS SR process; both are rich in iron chlorides.

In pilot scale test work Austpac found it was possible to regenerate hydrochloric acid from spent pickle liquor to regenerate hydrochloric acid, and also that mill scale or furnace dusts could be added to the iron chloride solution and so increase the yield of iron from the process. The work indicated that two tonnes of waste iron oxide could be added to every tonne of SPL, to produce one tonne of hydrochloric acid and recover 1.6 tonnes of iron pellets.

Operations at the ERMS SR Demonstration Plant in 2008 proved the EARS process could regenerate fresh hydrochloric acid from SPL. The acid was used in the leaching section of Austpac’s ERMS SR process. The iron oxide produced by pyrohydrolysis of the liquor was also reduced to iron metal in the final, iron reduction section of the plant. While these processes were proved by the operations, the Demonstration Plant was not sufficiently robust to commercially process steel mill wastes at Newcastle. An iron recovery recycling project required significant design and equipment changes so the existing plant could withstand continuous operations.

The Newcastle Iron Recovery Plant (NIRP) will utilise Austpac’s EARS acid regeneration and iron reduction processes to recycle steel mill by-products such as mill scale, other iron oxide waste and SPL and produce iron chips or briquettes and strong hydrochloric acid for sale to industry. The stainless steel roasters and hot gas ducting are being replaced with refractory-lined equipment, and special valves and other equipment used by industry for high temperature processing are being installed. The Plant has been designed for an operational life of at least 10 years. It will be operated as a commercial undertaking to generate an ongoing cash flow and importantly, it will demonstrate the Company’s iron waste recycling technologies to steel makers interested in using them in their facilities around the world under licences or through joint undertakings with Austpac.

The NIRP project commenced in the second quarter of 2011, and by the end of that year construction was progressing rapidly with the majority of the design completed, equipment ordered and a team of contractors on site. Construction continued through 2012 with the completion of extensive civil works and ancillary facilities, and later in 2013 work commenced on the construction of the extension to the north of the process tower and continued in 2014. The north process tower will house the main process units of the Plant; namely the EARS acid regeneration and iron reduction/ metallisation equipment. This comprises four fluid beds for evaporation/pelletisation, pyrohydrolysis, gasification and iron reduction, two stoves for heat recovery, and ancillary pumps and gas compressors. The acid absorption and gas scrubbing columns will be installed on the external walls adjacent to the fluid beds. The Plant is now 85% complete, and 95% of the equipment, including all major equipment items, has been delivered and is stored on site. It is planned to complete construction and equipment installation so that commissioning can commence in 2016.

60,000 tpa ERMS SR Synrutile Plant

Austpac’s program at the Newcastle Plant in 2007–08 was designed to lead to a full bankable feasibility study (BFS) for the first commercial ERMS SR synrutile plant.

The main purpose of the Demonstration Plant was to provide data for detailed engineering design and costing of a commercial ERMS SR synrutile plant. At that time Austpac had intended to commercialise the ERMS SR technology by building a 60,000 tpa synrutile plant in Eastern Australia, subject to the completion of a BFS. This was an acceptable 20 times scale up from the ERMS SR Demonstration Plant at Newcastle.

In 2008–09, a number of international groups undertook exhaustive testing of the bulk ERMS SR synrutile produced at the Plant with very positive results. Several of the groups have expressed a strong and ongoing interest in this conceptual project, but they are awaiting operations at Newcastle Iron Recovery Plant to provide basic data for a BFS into the 60,000 tpa synrutile plant.

Mineral Exploration

Nhill Project – Western Victoria

Mineral ExplorationSince mid-2010, Austpac has been undertaking a low-key investigation of the gold and base metal potential within its wholly owned Exploration Licence 5291 near Nhill in western Victoria. The Nhill tenement covers strong NNW-trending magnetic and gravity anomalies delineated by government survey data, and they represent features within the ancient basement that underlies the much younger sediments of the Murray Basin. Activities are focused on a NNW-trending belt of Cambrian rocks known as the Mount Stavely Volcanic Complex, which are characterised by very strong features in the aeromagnetic and gravity data. This part of Victoria received attention following positive studies by Geoscience Victoria and the national agency, Geoscience Australia. Several resource companies are also enthusiastic about the mineral potential of this belt and they have initiated drilling programs on their tenements in western Victoria. The Mount Stavely units have been considered to be the equivalent to the well-mineralised Mount Read Volcanics of western Tasmania, while an alternative interpretation considers these rocks to be associated with an ancient tectonic boundary analogous to the Macquarie Arc in NSW, which hosts large porphyry copper deposits such as Cadia Ridgeway. This interpretation is supported by recent exploration which has identified a number of porphyry style prospects with encouraging anomalous mineralisation within the Mount Stavely Volcanics.

Austpac’s work within EL 5291 commenced with a gravity survey and a detailed ground magnetic survey to outline anomalies that could represent permissive geology for base metal mineralisation below a thick blanket of younger sediments. In May 2013, three rotary holes were drilled to test low-amplitude magnetic anomalies. Each hole passed through 120m of sediments before intersecting the weathered top of Cambrian basement, which while not geochemically anomalous, were altered and veined intrusive rocks. Late in 2013, Austpac completed a fourth drillhole to test the edge of a circular low magnetic anomaly in the Cambrian basement. Samples recovered from the base of the drillhole at 144m depth were extremely oxidised and hence not geochemically anomalous, but petrology indicates they are intensely altered mafic volcanics. Two hydrothermal alteration events were identified; an early higher temperature phase and later lower temperature epidote-quartz-chlorite alteration. The pervasively altered basement at this site was more pervasively altered than the basement encountered in the three earlier holes, which suggested the fourth hole may be closer to the centre of hydrothermal alteration.

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Growth Ratios

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CAGR Free Operating Cash Flow Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation & Amortization Tangible Book Value Total Debt
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Forecast Ratios

Projected Sales ProjSalesH ProjSalesL ProjSalesNumOfEst ProjSalesPS
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ProjEPS ProjEPSHigh ProjEPSLow ProjEPSNumOfEst ProjEPSQ
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ProjEPSQH ProjEPSQL ProjEPSQNumOfEst ProjPE ProjLTGrowthRate
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TargetPrice EPSActual EPSPrev EPSSurprise EPSSurprisePrc
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ProjProfit ProjProfitH ProjProfitL ProjProfitNumOfEst
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Financial Reports

Financial Summary

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Accounting Notes
Fiscal Year Ends Most Recent Quarter Transfer agent Auditor Shariah Compliant

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Directors, Officers & Company Executives

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Recommendation Statistics

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Recommendation Statistics
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I/B/E/S Mean
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  • Buy
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Past Broker Recommendations

No Past Recommendations

Past Broker Recommendations
  Sell Underperform Hold Buy Strong Buy Total
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Target Price

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Austpac Resources NL

Level 3
62 Pitt Street
Sydney, NSW
AU Australia, 2000

Phone: +61 2 9252 2599
Fax: +61 2 9252 8299

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Phone: +61 2 8280 7100
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Level 12
680 George Street
Sydney, NSW
AU Australia, 2000

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