NetworkNewsBreaks – Black Iron Inc. (TSX: BKI) (OTC: BKIRF) (GR: BIN) Capitalizing on Low-cost Position of Shymanivske Project

Black Iron (TSX: BKI) (OTC: BKIRF) (GR: BIN), a Canadian iron ore exploration and development company, is focused on the development of its Shymanivske iron ore deposit located in Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine. An article discussing the company reads, “The Shymanivske project has been ranked by the CRU Group in the lowest position of the business cost curve for pellet-feed projects currently under development and as the second-lowest in capital intensity (construction capital divided by annual production) within CRU Group’s extensive database (http://nnw.fm/3MXsT). This low-cost position makes the project economics very robust to any shocks in iron ore price while providing a very high return at current and forecast prices.”

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About Black Iron Inc.

Black Iron is an iron ore exploration and development company, advancing its 100 percent owned Shymanivske project located in Kryviy Rih, Ukraine. The Shymanivske project contains a NI 43-101 compliant resource estimated to be 646 Mt Measured and Indicated mineral resources, consisting of 355 Mt Measured mineral resources grading 31.6 percent total iron and 18.8 percent magnetic iron, and Indicated mineral resources of 290 Mt grading 31.1 percent total iron and 17.9 percent magnetic iron, using a cut-off grade of 10 percent magnetic iron. Additionally, the Shymanivske project contains 188 Mt of Inferred mineral resources grading 30.1 percent total iron and 18.4 percent magnetic iron. Full mineral resource details can be found in the NI 43-101 compliant technical report entitled “Preliminary Economic Assessment of the Re-scoped Shymanivske Iron Ore Deposit” effective November 21, 2017, under the company’s profile on SEDAR. The Shymanivske project is surrounded by five other operating mines, including ArcelorMittal’s iron ore complex. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.BlackIron.com.

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