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SA to open new drill core library

SOUTH Australia began constructing a new $32.2 million drill core reference library last month which will bring together more than 7.5 million metres of core currently held in four libraries across the state and will form the heart of the expanding resources precinct at Tonsley.

The new library, set to open early next year, has more than 20 years of storage capacity for new cores and cuttings. While the state has been widely considered to have had the best core library in the...

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