$100M research project leads to plan for plant that would extract titanium and zircon and sell the metals

New titanium industry could grow out of oilsands waste

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After several years and nearly $100 million of research, engineers say they have developed new technology to extract valuable metals from the waste produced by the oilsands in northern Alberta.

Canadian Natural Resources and Titanium Corp. have a proposal to construct a $400-million facility at CNR’s Horizon oilsands site to produce titanium and zircon from the materials left over from bitumen production. —More…



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