Experimental and industrial research of the technological process during the year 2017, including planning, is presented in this paper. That research was conducted in the new Foundry of new Ferronickel in Drenas, which is in the village of Cikatove, Drenas, the Republic of Kosovo. According to initial calculations, an amount of ore which would enter the process was determined, however the anticipated amount was different from the one used during the process. The same applies to fuel. Difference between the planned and the actual amount of ore used during the year 2017 resulted from the percentage of Ni in the amount of ore used in the foundry, demand for an Fe-Ni ferroalloy etc. The technological process in the foundry serves the purpose of processing ore of ironnickel with a high percentage of Ni in its composition. The material balance of the technological process in the new Foundry of new Ferronickel in Drenas, presented in this paper, is based on experimental and industrial data of the technological process acquired in the foundry. The material balance includes the technological process starting from calculation of the amount of ore and fuel, both making up the load for the rotary kiln. Additional contributors to the material balance are calculation of the amount of: fuel, which impacts the increase of temperature in rotary kilns, charge for the electric furnaces, metal and slags from the electric furnaces, metal and slags from the refining process (convertors) and mathematical calculation of the final product which is the ferroalloy of Fe-Ni. While preparing the material balance we have noticed greater acquisition of Ni than planned. The greater amount of Ni was produced by a smaller amount of ore than originally planned.