Cliffs delays Black Thor chromite project again
Oct 26, 2012 | 12:37 PM
| Thorsten Schier
NEW YORK Cliffs Natural Resources Inc.s Black Thor chromite project in northern Ontario could start up two years later than initially expected as the company looks to cut capital spending due to weak iron ore prices, its top executive said.
"Despite the significant potential this project has for the companys future, in light of the current iron ore pricing environment, we are reviewing (its) time line. This includes delaying the major capital spending outlays and could push the production target date beyond 2017," chairman, president and chief executive officer Joseph Carrabba said during the companys third-quarter earnings call.....
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