The company recently intersected 15 metres at 3.02 g/t gold from drilling at the Campfire Bore gold prospect
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With vanadium prices rising in the recent past, Neometals is moving quickly to capitalise on this significant market opportunity.
The company’s pre-feasibility study estimated a 52-year mine life for the project.
Blackham is now well set to progress the next phase of growth from its 6.7 million gold ounces Wiluna portfolio.
The company is focused on its flagship Sconi Cobalt-Nickel-Scandium Project in Queensland.
Funding will advance the company's flagship Nolans Neodymium Praseodymium Project.
The company hopes to reduce its production costs with a shift in chemistry.
The work program has started at the high-grade vein system at Boodalyerrie, in Pilbara, Western Australia
500,000 tonnes were recently added to the Mt Marion resource, which stands at 71.3 million tonnes at 1.37% lithium oxide.
The drilling was designed to confirm previous high-grades results and to determine the distribution and percentages of lithium-bearing minerals.
Two new surveys are planned at the project during the March quarter of 2019.
Danakali is focused on the development of the world-class Colluli Sulphate of Potash (SOP) Project in Eritrea.
The company has received a cash payment from its joint venture partner Progress Minerals.
Drilling is designed to estimate a maiden resource at Southern Nights before June 30, 2019.
Bannerman boss Brandon Munro expressed optimism towards price recovery as the uranium developer advances its Etango project in Namibia.
The in-principle agreement involves the implementation of a four-stage development and commercialisation program.
The company is commencing bulk earthworks and mobilising various sub-contractors, to maintain project momentum.
The company's flagship asset is its Leonora Gold Project (LGP) in Western Australia.
Lithium recovery has increased to about 80% after passing through Lilac’s ion exchange process.
The offtake will be sourced from the sulphide cobalt earn-in Werner Lake project in Canada.
A maiden JORC resource estimate will be compiled and is expected in the March quarter 2019.
Expansion drilling is fully funded by the recent oversubscribed $15 million placement.
Manas Resources is earning a 70% interest in the M’bengué project by sole-funding exploration.
Three of the 20 holes planned will extend recent holes that ended in mineralisation.
The company has identified the potential for a significant increase in Lake Wells SOP resource with the additional data from this drilling.