Study on $3.5bn Pilbara line goes ahead, say Atlas Iron, QR National

ATLAS Iron and QR National today confirmed plans to study the development of the first multi-user railway in the Pilbara, which would unlock huge potential for emerging miners. ATLAS Iron and QR National today confirmed plans to study the development of the first multi-user railway in the Pilbara, which would unlock huge potential for emerging miners.Perth-based Atlas confirmed a report in The Australian today that, in a joint venture with QR National, it will conduct a feasibility study for the construction of a 600km multi-user railway, which could cost up to $3.5 billion, to transport ore from the east and south-east Pilbara to port facilities at Port Hedland.

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