Argentina-focused explorer Galan Lithium (ASX: GLN) has converted a swag of listed options, netting the company funds to advance its maiden drilling campaign at Hombre Muerto lithium project.
Western Australian focussed resources company Artemis Resources Limited (ASX: ARV), has confirmed a new, shallow JORC 2012 resource estimate within the company’s 100% owned Radio Hill Nickel Mine in the West Pilbara region of Western Australia. The Indicated JORC resource confirmed by Artemis Resources consists of 1.15 million tonnes at 0.52 per cent Nickel, 0.73 […]
Australian exploration company TNT Mines Limited (ASX: TIN) has entered into an exclusive four-month Binding Exclusivity Agreement to potentially acquire 100% of the issued capital in Metals of Americas, LLC, which holds mineral leases over the surface and mineral rights to the Pelley Ridge Zinc Project in Montana, USA which is a highly prospective advanced […]
Compiling drilling and historical results, the explorer has proved up a resource of 975Kt at two grams per tonne of gold, for a total of 62,739 contained ounces.
Importantly for Davenport, the purchase of the mining licences included a very large drill database from programs completed in the 1960s and 1980s.
SIMPEC has been awarded a contract to design and construct a Remote Draft Survey System, at Rio’s Cape Lambert port facility, located 40km north of the Pilbara town of Karratha.
The MoU – originally signed by MRC subsidiary MRC Graphite and Iwatani Corporation’s subsidiary Doral Fused Materials on 13 December 2017- allows for the formal assessment of the Doral Fused Alumina Plant in the Kwinana Industrial zone in Western Australia for further downstream processing of natural flake graphite from the Company’s Munglinup Graphite Project.
The reconnaissance exploration drill hole was designed as an initial test of the Rifle Range prospect, one of the company’s greenfield tin-tungsten targets generated during the year.
The quickfire drilling activity will be combined with the company’s existing sub-audio magnetics data, surface mapping and geochemistry results to focus additional exploration in the new year.
Lithium is gearing up for its maiden drill program at its Candelas lithium brine project located on the Hombre Muerto salar in Argentina after receiving drilling approvals. Field activities have already begun in preparation for drilling, which is due to start in early January 2019. The maiden drill program will comprise five holes to be […]
A first pass review over Metalicity’s (ASX: MCT) recently secured copper exploration projects in the red-hot Paterson province in the Pilbara has identified targets for future exploration with investors welcoming the news. Shares in the company have gained 0.3c or 19% to 1.9c in early afternoon trade on Thursday. The review took place over its […]
Mark Creasy-backed minerals prospector Galileo Mining (ASX:GAL) has added another major cobalt resource at its WA-based Norseman project, bringing the total contained cobalt to 26,600 tonnes. The cobalt bump is courtesy of its Goblin prospect, with the just-announced JORC 2012 Mineral Resource Estimate recording 4.9 million tonnes, grading at 0.08 percent for a total of […]
SIMPEC has received an $8 million contract to provide piping and insulation work at the Tianqi Lithium Kwinana processing plant.
The latest round of exploration from its Southern Nights prospect has unearthed a top result of 15m at 12.35% zinc, accompanied with a further 6.13% lead, 0.56% copper, 128 g/t silver and 0.6 g/t gold from a depth of 356 metres.
The drilling campaign occurred at the pit floor of mine 5A – with the Estrella-controlled Spargoville area containing a series of dormant mines that had extracted Kambalda-style nickel formations.
The Kanuka lithium project – which is a joint venture between Force and Congolese tin and tantalum miner MMR – finds itself amongst good company, located just 5km from AVZ Mineral’s major Manono-Kitotolo lithium deposit.
Corporate Geoscience Group (CGSG) will undertake an advanced mineral systems and targeting model for its recently secured copper exploration projects in the Paterson province of the Pilbara region.
The stock has shot 0.4c, or 30%, higher to 1.7c in morning trade after being awarded a contract by Atco Structures and Logistics for SIMPEC to supply and install the electrical and communications systems for a 600-room construction camp at the West Angelas mine site.
The jewel in the crown as far as Calima and its investors are concerned is its vast 72,000-acre land holding in the Montney Basin, Canada’s most active hydrocarbon basin.
High-grade results have been observed across each of the company’s samples, extracted from its Western Australian-based Norseman Project, with the average cobalt extraction rate a blistering 90 percent.
Unfolding order book gains are originating from the company’s subsidiaries SIMPEC and Precast Australia, which have posted a string of contract wins with major organisations.
The new company – Winmar Lufira Mining Company S.A. – will represent a 50-50 JV between the Australian junior and African Holding Investment Company (AHIC), a mining and construction conglomerate operating across the continent.
The project, situated in the Mid-West region is being fast recognised as a new destination for base and battery minerals given the success of phase-one drilling by BlueBird.
The $5.4 million funding agreement is with London Institutional group Riverfort Global Capital Limited.
The survey is running over ground at the company’s Empire Rose prospect where a first round of drilling encountered an encouraging 36m at 0.2 percent nickel.
The market junior holds the Horse Well project, which lies adjacent to BHP’s Oak Dam site and has seen a dramatic rise from half a cent per share to as high as 2.6 cents.
The company recently completed a Phase II moving loop High Powered Electro-Magnetics (HPEM) survey, which was proposing to extend 3.3km further north from the Phase I survey completed earlier this year.
The project has continued to deliver spectacular gold and cobalt results, and the latest testwork on two high-grade samples has shown the ore can be concentrated with low cost gravity operations.
We sat down with Hexagon Resources Managing Director, Mike Rosenstreich, to talk about what differentiates Hexagon from other graphite companies, and investor upside.
Early signs look positive, with the airborne EM study uncovering a series of conductive zones, highlighting the potential to hold sediment-hosted mineralisation and possible feeder zones in structurally complex areas.
Artemis finds itself in the box seat for nearology success having submitted its Exploration License Application for the Armada prospect just three hours before Rio Tinto in July this year.
We sat down with Lithium Australia Managing Director, Adrian Griffin, to talk about how Lithium Australia does its best to create a circular economy, and convert waste materials to lithium ion batteries.
Artemis is set to add additional trading liquidity through the listing with the OTCQB Venture Market, a market for early stage and developing companies, opening up new avenues for US stock tippers to invest in Artemis.
We sat down with Comet Resources Managing Director, Tony Cooper, to talk about what Comet is currently up to in its long lifespan, and the long term production strategy.
Funds raised form the option conversion will be used to advance the exploration activities at the Company’s Hombre Muerto Lithium Project located in Catamarca Province, Argentina.
We sat down with Australian Vanadium Managing Director, Vincent Algar, to talk about how to keep the current momentum going, and what is needed before beginning production.
We sat down with Triton Minerals Managing Director, Peter Canterbury, to talk about how the company has gotten out of voluntary administration, what differentiates this graphite from other companies, and upcoming milestones.
We sat down with Venture Minerals Managing Director, Andrew Randonjic, to talk about the drilling beginning soon at their Thor project just 240km south of Perth, as well as the study commissioned on their My Lindsay, Tasmania project.
We sat down with Hazer Group CEO, Geoff Ward, to talk about the low emissions and cost of the Hazer technology, and what investors should be looking for in terms of catalysts.
We sat down with BlackEarth Minerals Managing Director, Tom Revy, to talk about the move towards production, the favourable location, and what makes this specific graphite unique.
We sat down with Northern Minerals Managing Director, George Bauk, to talk about the recently built plant which has produced its first product, and how long it will be until they reach full production.
We sat down with Altech Chemicals Managing Director, Iggy Tan, to talk about how Altech has progressed recently, and how the company is tackling the turbulent stock market.
We sat down with Argosy Minerals Managing Director, Jerko Zuvela, to talk about the focus of the company since the lithium wave, and the next steps for constructing the commercial stage for their Argentinian project.
We sat down with ScandiVanadium Chairman, Brandon Munroe, to talk about the exciting, newly listed vanadium only exploration company focussed purely in Sweden.
We sat down with Bannerman Resources CEO, Brandon Munroe, to talk about the situation with uranium in the current stock market, and what catalysts will bring future upside.
We sat down with Renascor Resources Managing Director, David Christensen, to talk about the company’s work in South Australia, and how they could have a graphite mine built as early as the end of next year.
We sat down with Blackstone Minerals Managing Director, Scott Williamson, to talk about recent targeting successes, winter drilling and alternate assets.
The land grab occurs at a time where Metalicity is preparing for a new era, with the proposed unloading its Admiral Bay zinc project through a spinoff to the Canadian bourse well advanced and the company adding favourable tenements in some attractive geological destinations.
John Galvin appointed as Gumala Enterprises new board member.
The latest resource has seen Davenport boost its total resource to over 3.4 billion tonnes (grading 10.5 % K2O) of JORC Inferred Resources from its Ebeleben and Mühlhausen‐ Nohra Mining Licences, including 1.2 Billion tonnes of Sylvinite grading 13.2% K2O.