White Rock Minerals Ltd’s (ASX:WRM) Red Mountain Zinc Project in Alaska is attracting plenty of attention and the company’s managing director Matt Gill will explain why at this month's Proactive CEO Sessions.
Not only is Red Mountain a quality zinc VMS project, it also contains lead, silver, copper and gold.
This involves a cornerstone investment as well as a strategic relationship in relation to the globally significant high-grade zinc VMS project.
This agreement enables White Rock to benefit from Sandfire’s technical expertise to develop the project as well as further strategic support as it moves to unlock the potential from its land holding.
White Rock Minerals managing director Matt Gill.
Gill said: “White Rock welcomes Sandfire as a strategic partner and cornerstone investor that shares White Rock’s vision for the exploration and development of the Red Mountain project.
“Securing a high-quality partner with world-leading expertise in the exploration and development of base metals projects is a strong endorsement to the quality and potential of the project.
“White Rock looks forward to collaborating with Sandfire Resources as part of this new strategic relationship.”
Ongoing exploration is continuing to demonstrate the project’s base and precious metals potential with more than 20 people on the ground doing geochemistry, geophysics and drilling.
White Rock also has the Mt Carrington Gold-Silver Project in northern New South Wales where a PFS has confirmed the technical and financial viability of the initial project development.
The Proactive CEO Sessions will feature five presenting companies in total.
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