Search results “Bankable feasibility study london mining”
Amur Minerals' Robin Young talks through strategic plan for Kun-Manie development
Robin Young, chief executive of Amur Minerals Corporation (LON:AMC), tells Proactive London's Andrew Scott they've set out a strategic plan for the development of the Kun-Manie nickel-copper sulphide mineral project in the far east of Russia. Amur will focus on engineering and taking the Kun-Manie project to bankable feasibility study level, on infrastructure, on the engagement of a strategic partner, and on a phased funding process.
Asiamet opens the data room to potential partners for its BKM project
Proactive London’s Andrew Scott caught up Asiamet Resources Ltd (LON:ARS) executive chairman Tony Manini at Mines & Money 2018. Addressing the recent delay of a bankable feasibility study at its BKM copper project in Indonesia, Manini reassured investors that “fundamentally, nothing has changed”. “BKM is an exciting starter project with lots of opportunities to bring in additional resources around that. Then we’ve got the big deposit in Beutong that sits behind that. “Fundamentally, nothing has changed other than a delay to the delivery of the feasibility study.”
'Perfect timing & exceptional assets' set to deliver considerable value for Asiamet investors
Asiamet Resources Ltd (LON:ARS) CEO Peter Bird caught up with Proactive's Andrew Scott while in London to meet with investors. The company remains on track to complete its bankable feasibility study at the BKM copper project by mid-year and to further develop the BKZ Polymetallic project - with a resource estimate expected in the coming weeks.
Condor Gold PLC - Proactive Investors Mining Capital Conference
Mark Child, executive chairman and CEO of Condor Gold PLC (LON:CNR), presents to investors at the Proactive Investors Mining Capital Conference November 2018 in London. Child updates on regional exploration activity at the La India project over the course of the last year as well as their application for two adjacent concessions, which will expand the La India land package from 313 km2 to 588 km2.
Orion Minerals
Orion Minerals is exploring and evaluating the Areachap Projects (in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa), which includes the Prieska Copper Project (Zinc and Copper). This project was previously mined (between 1971 and 1991) and Orion Minerals is completing a first resource drill-out campaign, and a bankable feasibility study is advancing rapidly. With numerous drill rigs in operation, both at surface and underground, excellent initial results from the intensive drilling program to test the project’s Deep Sulphide Target have been generated, including high grade near surface supergene sulphides identified in drilling at the +105 Level Target, indicating the possibility of open pit mining. Importantly, drilling results have also identified dip and strike extensions to historically identified mineralisation.
Views: 585 Orion Minerals
Orion Minerals' flagship Prieska Zinc-Copper Project 'overachieving objectives'
Orion Minerals Limited (ASX:ORN) (JSE:ORN) CEO and managing director Errol Smart speaks to Proactive Investors about the latest developments with the exploration and development company's projects located in the Areachap Belt, South Africa. Diamond drilling results from the Jacomynspan project correlate with earlier indications of a Nova-Bollinger style nickel-copper sulphide deposit. Exploration work there is ongoing. Independence Group (ASX:IGO) have invested in Orion to gain exposure to this find. An 18-hole diamond drilling program is currently deployed at the flagship Prieska zinc-copper project. Smart says, "it's just one of those projects that keeps delivering exactly as per expectation. There's very few times in a miner's career or in a geologist's career that you set out to do something exactly according to a program, and it just keeps achieving every one of those objectives, or overachieving the objectives as you go. And we are still well on track, we'll complete the work by the end of the year." The company has completed cash raising to help conclude a bankable feasibility study on that project early next year.
How A.I.S. Resources (TSX-V : AIS.H) Leapfrogged Over the Lithium Competition
Smallcappower caught up with Phillip Thomas, chief operating officer of lithium explorer A.I.S. Resources, at the Mines and Money show in London. AIS is exploring in the highly prospective lithium triangle in northern Argentina, where they are hoping to start a bankable feasibility study in 2017. In the interview, he tells us how A.I.S has leapfrogged past their competitors by accomplishing one particular feat. He also shares his thoughts on the lithium boom, what the valuable Chinese market is looking for, and whether or not there will be enough lithium to supply the market in the future.
Views: 419 SmallCapPower
Blytheweigh Business News - Mark Child, CEO - Condor Gold
Core Finance is part of Core London, a TV production company based in Belgravia, London. Core Finance aims to provide its viewers with insightful market commentary, helping investors navigate global financial markets. Making the content provided invaluable to viewers. Our shows are closely followed by fund managers, day traders, retail investors, company CEO's, experienced investors and those new to the financial markets. Core Finance covers all asset classes ranging from currencies (forex), equities, bonds, commodities, crypto-currencies, ETF's, futures and options. Views expressed are solely those of guests and presenters and do not constitute investment advice and are not the views of Core Finance or Core London. Full terms and condition of watching Core Finance are available at: www.corelondon.tv
Views: 220 Core Finance
'Investors are starting to look seriously at Uranium again' - Fission Uranium CEO
Fission Uranium Corp's (TSE:FCU) CEO and chairman Dev Randhawa updates Proactive Investors on their PLS project in Canada's Athabasca Basin region. ''What makes our project unique is that in the past we've seen these great big deposits in the Athabasca ... the problems were they were deep and there was water ... in Africa they've never had the water issue and they've been shallow ....well PLS is a freak in that it's the best of both worlds - it's shallow, super high-grade and there is no sandstone''. ''The focus for us is pre-feasibility this year and within 12-18 months have a bankable feasibility''.
Rare earth ‘grade leader’ Peak Resources’ gains 30% in share price on new beneficiation process
August 19, 2014 -- Tracy Weslosky, Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of InvestorIntel speaks to Darren Townsend, Managing Director for Peak Resources Ltd. (‘Peak’, ASX: PEK) about the recently announced beneficiation breakthrough at the Ngualla Project in Tanzania. This, no doubt, contributed to Peak gaining almost 30% in share price in the span of a month. Darren mentioned the low CAPEX, as outlined in the Preliminary Feasibility Study (PFS), which is critical in the current tough financing climate. Peak has been working continuously to bring the CAPEX down as much as possible and it has developed a new beneficiation process that Darren says will ensure low capital and operating costs. The savings come in the form of an improved concentrate, reaching 34.4% rare earth oxide, which, Darren adds, gives the Ngualla Project a distinct advantage over other rare earths projects. The bastnaesite ore at Ngualla “is naturally very low in phosphate and also carbonate minerals, which has been removed through weathering, so the only thing that consumes acid is the iron levels,” which gave been already reduced by 25% from the previous concentrate. This produce cost savings as the Company can rely on smaller leach tanks and lower acid consumption, which translate to reduced CAPEX and operating costs. Moreover, less iron means less sulphuric acid consumption in the leaching process. The Ngualla Project is located in southwestern Tanzania, which is one of the best mining jurisdictions in Africa. It is rich in the currently high demand ‘magnet metals’ such as neodymium and praseodymium. Peak has also entered discussions with strategic partners, having entered talks to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with a Chinese group. China is indeed interested in East African minerals and several Chinese mining firms want to secure positions in projects in Tanzania, which is an ideal area for export logistics to China. The MOU in question is likely to continue pursuing the processing and beneficiation of the Ngualla resource. Peak has also talked to interested parties in the Middle East and Europe, said Darren, who adds that he aims to “get the financing for the Company in place with a strategic partner in order to move to the bankable feasibility study as quickly as possible.” Disclaimer: Peak Resources is an advertorial member of InvestorIntel.
Views: 370 InvestorIntel
Pershimco Resources Talks Production in 2016 (TSXV:PRO)
Pershimco Resources Inc. is a mineral exploration and development company listed on the TSX Venture Exchange and the Frankfurt Exchange with a near-production oxide gold project in Panama. The Cerro Quema project is composed of multiple gold oxide deposits within a 15,000 ha extraction permitted concessions package. The Company is also exploring, within the same concessions, the potential of a Copper-Gold porphyry at depth. The Company is led by a skilled management team with extensive experience in the mining sector, as well as a proven track record of building successful operating mining facilities in the Americas. With strong support from its shareholders, the Pershimco team is positioned for success.
Views: 146 InvestingNews
VIDEO PPR-TV: Interview with Paul Murphy, Chairman Blackham Resources (ASX:BLK
Blackham Resources Limited (ASX:BLK) is an ASX listed gold exploration company which has recently gone through a turbulent and at time bitter dispute with its former Chairman and one of its major shareholders, Joseph Gutnick. The dispute between Mr Gutnick and the board of Blackham Resources reached the takeovers Panel and threatened to become a major distraction, however the dispute has now been resolved. The appointment of Paul Murphy to the role of Chairman provides an opportunity for the Company to move forward without any further distraction and provide the management team with the full support of the Board. Mr Murphy, who has been a substantial shareholder of Blackham Resources for many years, is keen to engage with shareholders and talk about the Company's plans to become a gold producer within the next two years. In his first interview since stepping into the role of Chairman Mr Murphy talks about the support he has received from Blackham shareholders during the dispute with Mr Gutnick, and outlines the development timetable and pathway for the Company's flagship Matilda Gold Project and the Wiluna Gold Plant, both located in the historic and highly productive Northern Goldfields region of Western Australia. Mr Murphy also talks about the Company's extensive exploration portfolio and the potential for Blackham to mine from several satellite gold ore bodies in the Wiluna region to provide additional feedstock for the Wiluna Gold Plant in the years ahead. With the Company now reaching a critical decision in regards to committing to the completion of a Bankable Feasibility Study (BFS) to put the Matilda Gold Project into production and to recommence gold production at the Wiluna Gold Plant, Blackham Resources is well positioned to become Western Australia's newest gold production company, and to be generating substantial cashflow and creating an early return on investment for its shareholders.
Views: 267 ABN Newswire
Breaking News  - Mkango Resources boosted by Malawi rare earth funding deal
It had been a quiet year so far the Mkango Resources share price, but the stock jumped into action this week.Investors poured money into the junior explorer after it inked a 'transformational' deal which will fund the development of its Songwe Hill rare earth minerals project in Malawi.Talaxis – a subsidiary of Noble Group – has agreed to plough in £12million to fund a bankable feasibility study at Songwe in return for a 49 per cent stake in the project.It also has the option to acquire a further 26 per cent interest, if it arranges funding for the project’s development.Assuming Talaxis takes all of the potential stake, the deal means Mkango will retain a 25 per cent holding in Songwe and is free-carried to production.Talaxis’ investment might not just be limited to Songwe either.Mkango recently announced a new venture with Metalysis focused on alloy powders and magnet technologies, which Talaxis can take a 49 per cent stake in by investing £2m in two tranches.Shares gained 170.5 per cent across the week to 10.8p.Aukett Swanke Group was another big riser on the junior market this week as it unveiled a 'significant' new project win which will see it design and deliver a ‘swanky’ new mall in Dubai.The Lesso Mall – named after the Chinese client which commissioned Aukett – will provide more than 1.2m square feet of retail space plus various car parks on a 'prominent site' in the country.To give you an idea of the size, the Westfield White City shopping centre in London and Bluewater in Kent are only slightly larger so it’s safe to say it will be a big undertaking.The mall is expected to be completed by mid-2020 which, along with other confirmed work, will give Aukett’s Dubai operation decent revenue visibility over the medium term, the firm said.There was nothing particularly majestic about Regal Petroleum’s performance this week after the junior oiler told investors its offices in Ukraine had been raided by the country’s tax authorities.Regal said its offices and warehouses in Kiev and Yakhnyky – where its MEX-GOL and SV gas projects are located – were searched last week, with officials removing documents and impounding some equipment.The company said it is getting its legal team on the case, claiming the raids were 'entirely unjustified' and against Ukrainian law in a 'significant number of areas'.Regal tried to reassure investors saying that business is continuing as normal, but that wasn’t enough to stop some selling up with shares down 13.2 per cent to 6.3p.Elsewhere it looks like posh wallpaper maker Walker Greenbank might have spoken a little too soon in last month’s bullish interim results statement.Back then, the company said order intake was growing ahead of last year and was 'on an improving trend' in the run-up to its key autumn selling period.However since that announcement, order intake has not been sustained and brand sales in the UK having 'weakened significantly' against management expectations. Sod’s law some might say.Given that this is supposed to be a prime sales period for the company, Walker now expects full-year profits to be 10 per cent lower than previously forecast.It’s been a fairly poor week for the global markets as a whole, and both the junior and blue chip indices reflected that.The AIM All Share shed 1.3 per cent, or 13.5 points, to sit at 1,023.2 come thisafternoon, while the FTSE 100 fell almost one per cent, or 70 points, to 7,365.Fishing Republic was one of the junior market’s biggest fallers this week 1
Views: 19 US Sciencetech
Condor Gold keen to get Nicaraguan permits soon
Gold miner, Condor Gold, is hoping to have all the necessary permits for its Nicaraguan La India Project in place in the first half of the year, says Mark Child, ceo of Condor Gold. Core Finance is part of Core London, a TV production company based in Belgravia, London. Core Finance aims to provide its viewers with insightful market commentary, helping investors navigate global financial markets. Making the content provided invaluable to viewers. Our shows are closely followed by fund managers, day traders, retail investors, company CEO's, experienced investors and those new to the financial markets. Core Finance covers all asset classes ranging from currencies (forex), equities, bonds, commodities, crypto-currencies, ETF's, futures and options. Views expressed are solely those of guests and presenters and do not constitute investment advice and are not the views of Core Finance or Core London. See More At: www.corelondon.tv Twitter: @CoreLondonTV Facebook: CoreLondonTV
Views: 300 Core Finance
Altech Chemicals Limited (ASX:ATC) talks to Finance News Network
Altech Chemicals Limited (ASX:ATC) Managing Director Iggy Tan provides an update on the Company's High Purity Alumina plant and demand. Interviewed by Finance News Network
Small cap movers ahead of GDP
Stocks on the move: Blur Group (LON:BLUR) Globo (LON:GBO) Caledonia Mining (LON:CMCL) (TSX-V:CAL) Triple Plate Junction (LON:TPJ) Alecto Minerals (LON:ALO)
Condor Gold announces next stage of drilling programme
Mark Child, CEO of Condor Gold, gives an update on activity at the firm's 100%-owned La India project in Nicaragua. He tells Proactive Investors about company's newly-announced geo-technical drilling programme, recent drill results, and Condor's plans for the rest of 2013.
Commodity-TV: Mines Money - Condor Gold
Condor Gold Published a PFS with 700$ All-in-Sustaining-Costs and CAPEX of 110m$. Interview at the Mines & Money in London with Executive Chairman Mark Child
Market movers including Anglo American, William Hill, Petra Diamonds
The mining giant is to take a $4bn hit on its Minas-Rio iron ore project in Brazil as spending has had to be increased for a sixth time at the mine
Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games Venue Impact Study - part 3/5
This is a video of the final presentation for CIVL 498C - Whole Building Life Cycle Assessment - at the University of British Columbia (UBC) Vancouver campus. The students in this course have developed the first know process level LCAs of any Olympic venues ever constructed. A summary of their work will be included in the Olympic Games Impact (OGI) study for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics, and their full reports are available at the UBC SEEDS Library (http://www.sustain.ubc.ca/seeds-library). This course and the study presented in this video are part of a fundamental change occurring in green building towards the adoption of more performance based assessment criteria. This video is recommended as an educational piece for those keen to stay ahead of changing trends, as this course is pioneering education in LCA and its integration into green building. Life cycle assessment (LCA) is regarded as the most comprehensive and rigorous environmental impact analysis tool available, and is the leading method for educating sustainable decision-making due to its transparent nature and un-subjective approach. LCA is the foundation of the newly published sustainability in building construction international standard ISO 21931-1 which outlines the framework for developing complete and valid assessments of the environmental performance of buildings and related external works. CIVL 498C is a technical elective conceived and taught by Rob Sianchuk in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of British Columbia (UBC). For more information please contact Rob at [email protected] The primary supporters whom have helped make this course possible include the; - UBC Sustainability Initiative (USI) http://www.sustain.ubc.ca/about-us/usi - UBC Civil Engineering Dept. http://www.civil.ubc.ca/index.php - UBC SEEDS program http://www.sustain.ubc.ca/campus-sustainability/getting-involved/seeds - Athena Sustainable Materials Institute http://www.athenasmi.org/ - OnCenter Software http://www.oncenter.com/
Views: 94 LCADiscovery
Keith DeLacy: Northern agriculture - if you do what you always did, you'll get what you always got!
Keith DeLacy (Integrated Food and Energy Developments) presents 'Northern agriculture - if you do what you always did, you'll get what you always got!' in the Northern Australia session at Outlook 2014. Presentations, transcripts and the full program are available online: http://www.daff.gov.au/ABARES/outlook-2014/Pages/Program.aspx
Views: 253 ABARES Outlook 2014
Consolidating Democracy and Development in Post-Conflict Liberia
Participants Steve Radelet, Chief Economist, USAID Rajiv Shah, Administrator USAID President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of Liberia
Views: 2998 USAID Video
Eighth Annual Emerging Markets Forum Business Powering Africa Forward
Presented by the Center for Global Business, sponsored in-part by CIBER, a title VI grant from the U.S. Department of Education, at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland The Smith School's Center for Global Business convenes its 8th Annual Emerging Markets Forum on the theme of doing business in Africa. Since 2010, this conference series has examined the rise of new economic powers, increased awareness about emerging markets, and disseminated information about how U.S. companies can best succeed there. One of the fastest growing economies in the world, Africa has many countries that have made diversification a priority. Opportunities abound for businesses that understand that trade, not aid, is the road to future prosperity. Expert speakers from business, academia and policy will discuss the opportunities as well as challenges of doing business in Africa, including: ● Which countries are reforming and growing fastest? ● Which sectors are the most promising (now and in the future)? ● What opportunities have drawn U.S. businesses to Africa? ● What challenges do they face, and how have they overcome these challenges?
Views: 492 SmithBusinessSchool
Davos Annual Meeting 2010 - Rebuilding Critical Infrastructure
http://www.weforum.org/ 28.01.2010 An estimated US$ 2 trillion investment is needed each year over the next 20 years to improve water, road, port and air traffic control systems around the world. Given unprecedented growth in government deficits, how should critical infrastructure investment gaps be addressed? Amr A. Al Dabbagh, Governor, Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA), Saudi Arabia; Global Agenda Council on Economic Growth & Development Imad Fakhoury, Minister of State for Mega Projects and Minister of Public Sector Development of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Donald Kaberuka, President, African Development Bank (ADB), Tunis Liu Xiaoguang, President and Chief Executive Officer, Beijing Capital Group, People's Republic of China Kamal Nath, Minister of Road Transport and Highways of India Rafael del Pino, Chairman, Ferrovial, Spain Moderated by Mohsen Mostafavi, Dean, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, USA
Views: 7300 World Economic Forum