|Location||Provinces of Caceres-Badajoz in the Extremadura region of southwest Spain approximately 310km southwest of Madrid|
|Commodity||Tungsten trioxide and tin|
|Mine type||Mining licence. Open pit mine initially|
|Development||Production commenced in September 2016 with the FTM scaling up in 2017.|
|Resource||JORC resource estimate of 49 million tonnes at 0.10% WO3 and 0.011% Sn (April 2017)|
|Project Life||11 years|
|Ownership||100% owned by W Resources and acquired in 2013|
La Parrilla is one of the largest tungsten deposits in the western world and is scalable at low cost. The mineral resource estimated by Golder Associates in April 2017 at 0.04% WO3 cut-off grade is 49 million tonnes at 0.10% WO3 and 0.011% Sn.
With its core infrastructure in place, the site is accessed directly from the highway along a 3km asphalt road and is serviced by electricity and water. Importantly, the mine is located within a short trucking distance from both the Atlantic and Mediterranean ports.