The Nui Phao Project is a Tungsten deposit located in Vietnam. The site is approximately 80 km northwest of the capital Hanoi and 150 km south of Vietnam’s northern border with China. In 2010 a Fatal Flaw technical review was required prior to development of the project.
Nui Phao has since been developed into the world’s largest tungsten mine, with an estimated reserve of 66 million tons. The polymetallic deposit also includes a combination of economic mineralalisation of fluorspar, bismuth and copper occurring with the tungsten.
A site visit was carried out and the environmental chapter of the report was completed within 2 weeks. Our review highlighted the main environmental risks to be managed and the overall Fatal Flaw review assisted the project to obtain funding for development.
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