The drop-off in discoveries of more than 500,000 tonnes was experienced despite a 114.5% increase in exploration expenditure between the two periods.
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Shares opened down $5.42 at $47 and has trended lower early on this morning.
The placement closed over-subscribed, requiring scaling back of interest from some participants.
Nationwide continues to expect the economy to grow at a modest pace over the next year
Presenters at this year’s Diggers and Dealers Mining Forum in Kalgoorlie in the Western Australian Goldfields looked at the question of growth, and whether to focus on acquiring new projects or explore to increase production.
The company is trading at 94 cents, nearly double the 50 cent May 2018 IPO price.
Diggers chairman Giorgetta says the event is a relevant global conference for the mining industry and expressed his frustration at ongoing efforts to associate it with skimpies and bars.
Battery minerals plays will talk outlooks, prospects and struggles as they front Diggers audiences this week at the presenters’ podium.
A bevy of gold miners and developers will front Diggers audiences this week at the presenters’ podium.
The former precious metals trader expects the spot price will fall below the US$1,127.80 bottom it fell to after Donald Trump’s electoral victory in 2016, then kick back up.
While industry figures expect increased wage pressures they also expect better commodity prices and better access to equity markets.
The weighted average lease expiry (WALE) for the portfolio is 8 years.
Nick Giorgetta says the annual event is unique as delegates can also tour working mines.
The Salamanca project retains considerable support locally
Wolf's new funding arrangements will keep it going until a more strategic refinancing can take place
Internal interpretation by 88 Energy of 3D seismic data over the Western Blocks has confirmed the original interpretation by Otto's technical team, who identified the 400 million barrel prospect
Shares are trading at a premium to their 20 cent listing price on day one.
The company will pay around $250,000 up front and deferred performance payments.
The company's TALI technology aims to replace drugs such as Ritalin.
S&P expects mined cobalt supply to increase at a CAGR of 12% to 2021.
The company's property joint venture still owns Orams Marine Village in Auckland.
The company has a particular production focus on powdered dairy products.
Construction of the first moveable carpark in Australia is underway at Perth City Subaru.
The company will receive more than last year's $5.78 per kilogram.
Shares have hit a new 12-month high on completion of Blue Sky Lithium acquisition.