Proactiveinvestors United Kingdom articles http://www.miningcapital.com Proactiveinvestors United Kingdom articles RSS feed en Thu, 14 Dec 2017 07:59:46 +0000 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss Genera CMS action@proactiveinvestors.com (Proactiveinvestors) action@proactiveinvestors.com (Proactiveinvestors) Savannah Resources' David Archer discusses 'exceptional' results at Mina do Barroso http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/stocktube/8536/savannah-resources-david-archer-discusses-exceptional-results-at-mina-do-barroso-8536.html David Archer, chief executive of Savannah Resources Plc (LON:SAV), tells Proactive they've found some of the highest grades of lithium oxide ever seen in Europe from their latest drilling programme in Portugal.

Significant intersections of lithium mineralisation were crossed from a shallow drilling programme at Mina do Barroso, which Savannah now describes as outstanding deposit.

Drill results from three deposits, Grandao, Reservatorio and NOA, are now being targeted to confirm the potential.

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Wed, 13 Dec 2017 11:57:00 +0000 http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/stocktube/8536/savannah-resources-david-archer-discusses-exceptional-results-at-mina-do-barroso-8536.html
W Resources hoping to have ink dry on La Parilla US$30mln financing by year-end http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/stocktube/8535/w-resources-hoping-to-have-ink-dry-on-la-parilla-us30mln-financing-by-year-end-8535.html Michael Masterman, chairman of W Resources PLC (LON:WRES), chats to Proactive's Andrew Scott following the announcement this week they've received preliminary approval for a US$30mln term loan with a US special situations fund to finance the La Parrilla tungsten/tin mine in Spain.

The fund’s investment committee has agreed the term loan with financial close targeted for late December 2017 or January 2018.

The plan in the first phase is to produce 2,700 tonnes of tungsten concentrate a year from mining 2mln tonnes of ore, with mine production to be expanded to 3.5mtpa/4,000 tonnes of concentrate in the second phase.

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Wed, 13 Dec 2017 11:37:00 +0000 http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/stocktube/8535/w-resources-hoping-to-have-ink-dry-on-la-parilla-us30mln-financing-by-year-end-8535.html
Metalla announces maiden dividend and record quarterly production http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/stocktube/8534/metalla-announces-maiden-dividend-and-record-quarterly-production-8534.html Brett Heath, president and CEO of Metalla Royalty and Streaming Ltd (CNSX:MTA) and independent director E.B. Tucker caught up with Proactive after announcing record quarterly production for the three months to the end of November.

158,865 ounces of silver was shipped and provisionally invoiced during the period.

Metalla's also approved and declared a monthly cash dividend payment of CAD$ 0.001 per share with the intention of expanding it over the next year.

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Wed, 13 Dec 2017 09:22:00 +0000 http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/stocktube/8534/metalla-announces-maiden-dividend-and-record-quarterly-production-8534.html
Bacanora Minerals delighted as feasibility study indicates Sonora worth US$1.25bn http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/stocktube/8532/bacanora-minerals-delighted-as-feasibility-study-indicates-sonora-worth-us125bn-8532.html Peter Secker, Bacanora (LON:BCN) chief executive, believes the Mexican deposit can become one of the world's top lithium producers and generate significant returns for shareholders given its low operating costs.
The rate of return is 26% and net present value US$1.25bn while Sonora also has the resources to run for more than 200 years at the projected annual production rate of 35,000 tonnes.

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Wed, 13 Dec 2017 08:54:00 +0000 http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/stocktube/8532/bacanora-minerals-delighted-as-feasibility-study-indicates-sonora-worth-us125bn-8532.html
Further STELLAR drilling results imminent at Zulu - Premier African's George Roach http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/stocktube/8528/further-stellar-drilling-results-imminent-at-zulu-premier-african-s-george-roach-8528.html George Roach, chief executive of Premier African Minerals Limited's (LON:PREM), updates on drill results from Hole ZDD-45 - 220m south-east of the Main Zone at the Zulu lithium deposit in Zimbabwe.

Roach adds that Premier's now completed a 8,272 tonne bulk sample of material from an open pit operation at RHA, most of which has been processed.

Underground operations are expected to reach the projected breakeven level of 6,000 tonnes per year this month.

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Tue, 12 Dec 2017 15:40:00 +0000 http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/stocktube/8528/further-stellar-drilling-results-imminent-at-zulu-premier-african-s-george-roach-8528.html
Strategic Minerals & NAE save the best till last with highest grades yet at Redmoor http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/stocktube/8521/strategic-minerals-nae-save-the-best-till-last-with-highest-grades-yet-at-redmoor-8521.html Peter Wale, director at Strategic Minerals Plc (LON:SML) and Gary Fietz, managing director at New Age Exploration (ASX:NAE) tell Proactive they've recorded the best results to date from drilling at the Redmoor Tin-Tungsten Project in Cornwall, U.K.

The last five holes of the phase II program all intersected high-grade zones within the Sheeted Vein System (SVS).

There were nine significant intersections averaging 8.4 metres at 1.34% tin equivalent and with grades up to 12.38% tin equivalent.

Redmoor is a 50:50 joint venture between New Age Exploration and Strategic Minerals Plc (LON:SML), through joint venture vehicle Cornwall Resources Limited.

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Mon, 11 Dec 2017 22:36:00 +0000 http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/stocktube/8521/strategic-minerals-nae-save-the-best-till-last-with-highest-grades-yet-at-redmoor-8521.html
Sula Iron & Gold acquires exciting cobalt project as part of complete makeover http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/stocktube/8520/sula-iron-gold-acquires-exciting-cobalt-project-as-part-of-complete-makeover-8520.html Roger Murphy, chief executive of Sula Iron & Gold PLC (LON:SULA), tells Proactive they've acquired a cobalt deposit in the Democratic Republic of Congo to help diversify their exploration activity.

A £1.75mln placing and subscription at 0.05p will fund the move, which will be accompanied by a name change to African Battery Metals Limited.

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Canamex Gold makes move into cryptocurrency with Harmonychain deal http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/stocktube/8519/canamex-gold-makes-move-into-cryptocurrency-with-harmonychain-deal-8519.html David Vincent, chief executive of Canamex Gold Corp (CVE:CSQ), discusses with Proactive's Andrew Scott their move into cryptocurrency.

Vincent says they've signed 'terms of agreement' with Harmonychain, a Norwegian fintech company.

The pair will “consider the issues around” an initial coin offering potentially backed by gold or silver using Ethereum blockchain technology.

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Mon, 11 Dec 2017 14:00:00 +0000 http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/stocktube/8519/canamex-gold-makes-move-into-cryptocurrency-with-harmonychain-deal-8519.html
Strategic Minerals & NAE save the best till last with highest grades yet at Redmoor http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/stocktube/8518/strategic-minerals-nae-save-the-best-till-last-with-highest-grades-yet-at-redmoor-8518.html Peter Wale, director at Strategic Minerals Plc (LON:SML) and Gary Fietz, managing director at New Age Exploration (ASX:NAE) tell Proactive they've recorded the best results to date from drilling at the Redmoor Tin-Tungsten Project in Cornwall, U.K.

The last five holes of the phase II program all intersected high-grade zones within the Sheeted Vein System (SVS).

There were nine significant intersections averaging 8.4 metres at 1.34% tin equivalent and with grades up to 12.38% tin equivalent.

Redmoor is a 50:50 joint venture between New Age Exploration and Strategic Minerals Plc (LON:SML), through joint venture vehicle Cornwall Resources Limited.

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Alastair Ford's Christmas pick of the African miners http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/stocktube/8506/alastair-ford-s-christmas-pick-of-the-african-miners-8506.html Mining Capital's Alastair Ford kicks off by talking through what's been a busy week for Xtract Resources PLC (LON:XTR). Their Mozambican subsidiary has negotiated a “significantly enhanced” deal with the contract alluvial miners at the Manica gold project, plus a chinese contractor announced they're now pouring gold at the project in Mozambique.

Ford also discusses Jubilee Platinum PLC which is due to begin trading as Jubilee Metals Group from Friday, 15 December.

Other companies put under the spotlight include Galileo Resources PLC (LON:GAL) and Kennedy Ventures plc (LON:KENV).

Wrapping up with a quick few words on what was a packed week of presentations at Mines and Money, 121 Mining and the Mining Capital conferences in London last week, Ford says there was a strong line up with one of the standouts to watch being Excelsior Mining (TSX:MIN; OTC:EXMGF).

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Q&A with Strategic Minerals on 27 October - send us your questions http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/news/185434/qa-with-strategic-minerals-on-27-october-send-us-your-questions-185434.html Wed, 11 Oct 2017 13:31:00 +0100 http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/news/185434/qa-with-strategic-minerals-on-27-october-send-us-your-questions-185434.html Q&A with Amur Minerals' Robin Young next week - send us your questions http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/news/185354/qa-with-amur-minerals-robin-young-next-week-send-us-your-questions-185354.html Tue, 10 Oct 2017 14:12:00 +0100 http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/news/185354/qa-with-amur-minerals-robin-young-next-week-send-us-your-questions-185354.html W Resources PLC's Michael Masterman LIVE in the Proactive studio http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/news/183911/w-resources-plc-s-michael-masterman-live-in-the-proactive-studio-183911.html Wed, 13 Sep 2017 11:05:00 +0100 http://www.miningcapital.com/companies/news/183911/w-resources-plc-s-michael-masterman-live-in-the-proactive-studio-183911.html Tullow Oil, Tower Resources, Xcite Energy http://www.miningcapital.com/columns/sp-angel/26395/tullow-oil-tower-resources-xcite-energy-26395.html Headlines

Tullow Oil (LON:TLW – 288p) – RBL Relief
Tower Resources (LON:TRP – 2.38p) – Best of Both
Xcite Energy (LON:XEL – 1.58p) – Self Inflicted, But a Salutatory Lesson

In Brief

Tullow Oil (LON:TLW – 288p) – RBL Relief: While there is an argument for saying that Tullow's success at securing the continuation of its RBL facility is to be expected, there has been concern that either the terms would be restrictive, or the headline amount would decline. We believe that the shares will rally on the back of today's news, not only because of the removal of uncertainty, but also the fact that in some way, it is a vindication of the Company's finances, offering and team.
Tower Resources (LON:TRP – 2.38p) – Best of Both: Today's news that the Company's board has been significantly restructured is a reflection of the times currently facing exploration companies and typical of the management team. We believe in putting shareholder value first, Management has demonstrated their commitment to the longer term success of the Company, ensuring that in as far as possible, the prospectivity offered by the Company's acreage is retained. Furthermore, there is possibility that in moving to part time roles the Directors' inevitable involvement with other companies could generate further opportunity for Tower and its shareholders. We believe that shareholders should thank management for the steps that they have taken for the benefit of the Company.
Xcite Energy (LON:XEL – 1.58p) – Self Inflicted, But a Salutatory Lesson: We wish it could have been different, but the seeds of this destruction were sown the day Management executed the agreements for the debt without having cash flows to cover the cost. Management must take full responsibility for this failure, and for not adopting an alternative strategy when it was clear that their strategy clearly wasn’t working. We can see no winners in this as the shareholders have lost their investment and creditors will not get value for the perfection of the security package, as the issues with the asset's development don’t magically disappear. There is at least some comfort for the sector, as the failures at Xcite are nothing to do with systemic risk, arising from things like drilling operations, subsurface uncertainty, or oil market volatility, but self-inflicted by a management team who exposed the Company's owners to excessive financial risk.

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Today's Market View - Coal of Africa Birimian Limited FinnAust Mining Golden Star Resources http://www.miningcapital.com/columns/sp-angel/26397/today-s-market-view-coal-of-africa-birimian-limited-finnaust-mining-golden-star-resources-26397.html Coal of Africa (LON:CZA) – September quarter highlights search for a cash generating asset
Birimian Limited (ASX:BGS) – high-grade lithium resource reported at Goulamina within the Bougouni license in Mali
FinnAust Mining* (LON:FAM) BUY Target Price 15p – Huntsman raise price for titanium dioxide pigment effective Jan 2017
Golden Star Resources (CVE:GSR) – Mining Lease for Mampon deposit

FTSE 100 is off today with nearly all sectors in the red amid an increase in sovereign bond yields.
Sovereign bonds are being sold off on the back of reports of accelerating inflation in Eurozone countries, positive UK GDP numbers with the US expected to release its numbers later today (expectations for a stronger economic growth in Q3).
US 10y bond yields hit 1.87% this morning, the highest since May/16; UK 10y yields were up at 1.30% today, the highest since Brexit; German 10y yields came at 0.22%, the highest since May/16 as well.
The US$ held near a seven month high with gold little changed at $1,267/oz ahead of US Q3 GDP data.
Brent is flat this morning with OPEC members meeting in Vienna today to discuss the breakdown of the proposed production cuts. Non-OPEC producers will join discussions on Saturday.
Iron ore futures prices extended gains to five days now climbing 2.1% today amid gains in coking coal and steel prices.

Economic News
US – Core capital goods orders fell more than forecast in Sep pointing to slowdown in business investment towards the end of Q3 following a strong start to the quarter.
Weekly jobless claims are continuing to linger around the lowest level in several decades with a four-week average at 253k.
Claims average 250k in four weeks ending Oct 7 marking the lowest reading since late 1973.
First reading of the Q3 GDP is out later today with estimates for growth to have rebounded from a weak H1/16 driven by a recovery in business investment and continuing strength in consumer spending.

Germany – Region level data point to an increase in inflation rate through Oct with nationwide numbers out later today.
Estimates are for inflation to come in at 0.1%mom/0.7%yoy, up from 0.0%mom/0.5%yoy in Sep.
A revision in inflation expectations may finally allow the ECB to consider winding down its monetary easing programme.
Bund yields have been edging higher recently hovering around levels last seen in May.

UK – Economy expanded at a faster than expected rate in Q3 driven by a stronger growth in services (+3.0%yoy v 2.7%yoy).
Manufacturing growth slowed to 1.2%yoy, down from 1.6%yoy in Q2, while construction came out as a drag on growth coming in at -0.2%yoy v +0.4%yoy in Q2.
Q3 GDP (%qoq): 0.5 v 0.7 in Q2 and 0.3 forecast.
Q3 GDP (%yoy): 2.3 v 2.1 in Q2 and 2.1 forecast.
Positive GDP numbers pushed yields on 10 year gilts to the highest since referendum results on the back of expectations for the BoE to avoid further easing in the near term.
Brexit effect is expected to take time and forecast to slow  economic growth rate to 0.9% next year, half the rate estimated for this year, led by a decline in business investments and a slower private consumption.

France – Quarterly growth slightly underperformed expectations in Q3 with a slower pace of expansion led by weaker growth in private spending and business investments.
Q3 GDP (%qoq): 0.2 v -0.1 in Q1 and 0.3 forecast.
Q3 GDP (%yoy): 1.1 v 1.3 in Q1 and 1.2 forecast.
Positive consumer confidence readings in Oct signal a potential acceleration in household spending in the final quarter with the index hitting the mark reached in May this year which was the highest reading since Oct/07.
A separate report on inflation showed consumer prices returned to growth in Oct after a one month of negative change as the effect of lower oil prices fall away.
CPI (Harmonised, %mom): 0.1 v -0.2 in Sep and 0.2 forecast.
CPI (Harmonised, %yoy): 0.5 v 0.5 in Sep and 0.6 forecast.

Spain – GDP slowed 0.2pp to 3.2% in Q3 with growth continued to be driven by consumer and export sectors strength.
Q3 GDP (%qoq): 0.7 v 0.8 in Q1 and 0.7 forecast.
Q3 GDP (%yoy): 3.2 v 3.2 in Q1 and 3.1 forecast.
One of the fastest growing economies in the Eurozone posted an acceleration in inflation to 0.8%mom/0.5%yoy in Oct with the rise “mainly explained by the increase in the prices of electricity and fuels”.

Currencies
US$1.0905/eur vs 1.0911/eur yesterday.   Yen 105.31/$ vs 104.69/$.   SAr 13.846/$ vs 13.938/$.   $1.214/gbp vs $1.222/gbp.
0.758/aud vs 0.761/aud.   CNY 6.780/$ vs 6.780/$.

Commodity News
Precious metals:
Gold US$1,266/oz vs US$1,268/oz last week –
     Gold ETFs 65.5moz vs 65.4moz last week – significant fall in ETF holdings
Platinum US$967/oz vs US$962/oz last week
Palladium US$615/oz vs US$622/oz last week
Silver US$17.59/oz vs US$17.64/oz last week

Base metals:  
Copper US$ 4,807/t vs US$4,759/t last week –
Aluminium US$ 1,706/t vs US$1,678/t last week –
Nickel US$ 10,420/t vs US$10,195/t last week
Zinc US$ 2,373/t vs US$2,354/t last week – iron water pipes increasingly coated in zinc to extend life to >100 years.
The use of zinc to coat iron water pipes is growing due to its ability to extend life spans.  The zinc serves to corrode faster than the iron causing its to dissolve sooner and defer corrosion of the iron.  A polythene ecasement keeps bacterial away from the piping to minimize organic factors which cause corrosion.
Longer lifespans is good news for road users with less roadworks needed bad news for contractors in the longer term who enjoy digging holes in roads.
Lead US$ 2,064/t vs US$2,063/t last week
Tin US$ 20,530/t vs US$20,460/t last week

Energy:
Oil US$50.5/bbl vs US$50.3/bbl last week
Natural Gas US$3.047/mmbtu vs US$2.723/mmbtu last week – big change
Uranium US$19.70/lb vs US$19.70/lb last week

Bulk:   
Iron ore 62% Fe spot (cfr Tianjin) US$60.8/t vs US$60.1/t
Chinese steel rebar 25mm US$410.0/t vs US$410.9/t – steel exports out of China rise by 2.4% in the first nine months of the year to 85mt
Chinese steel producers continue to raise exports according to the China Iron & Steel Association.
Export growth was mainly into emerging Asian markets where construction demand is high.
Belt and Road Initiatives are expected to continue to increase demand for Chinese steel.
The association reports that the 373 CISA-member steel smelters (~80% of capacity) reported Rmb25m ($3.7m) in profit marking a recovery from heavy losses last year by cutting costs though this profit generation is said to be still very vulnerable.
Q4 demand will be led by real estate, construction and machinery manufacturing
Machinery manufacturing, such as automobile production, which has been growing by roughly 10 percent year-on-year in recent years, is also a key engine of steel demand. Yet the demand won't be robust in the rest of the year.

Thermal coal (1st year forward cif ARA) US$69.8/t vs US$71.0/t last week
Premium hard coking coal Aus fob US$252.4/t vs US$249.1/t

Other:
Tungsten - APT European prices $190-198/mtu vs $191-197/mtu unch last week

Company News

Coal of Africa (LON:CZA) 3.2pence, Mkt Cap £62.5m –September quarter highlights search for a cash generating asset
Coal of Africa reports that the Integrated Water Use Licence for its Makhado coal project in the Limpopo Provicen of S Africa remains suspended following an appeal by a group called the Vhembe Mineral Resources Forum to Department of Water and Sanitation. The appeal was announced in April this year and though discussions are reported to be continuing, there does not appear to be much sign that a resolution is imminent while the appeal process follows its course.
When the regulatory issues have been resolved, the Makhado project will require a 26 month construction period followed by a 4 month period to ramp production up to a planned production of 5.5mtpa of saleable coal.
Elsewhere, the company’s Mooiplaats thermal coal mine remains on care and maintenance while discussions with potential purchasers proceed and a decision on whether to proceed with the plant modification project awaits the outcome of an application to divert a non-perennial stream.
The company’s current “focus is to obtain a cash generating asset for the group. This will allow the Company access to sufficient funds over time to cover company overheads, pre production development costs for the Makhado Project and all regulatory charges to ensure the continuation of full compliance on all the current assets.”
The company notes that “the coal commodity market has experienced a sensational recovery during CY 2016” with a year to date increase of 142% to over US$210/tonne and a 56% rise in the thermal coal price.
Conclusion: It appears that there has been little progress in advancing the company’s projects while management addresses the regulatory obstacles,  which must be particularly frustrating at a time when the company is observing a significant turnaround in coal commodity prices.

Birimian Limited (ASX:BGS) A$0.35, mkt cap A$63.6m – high-grade lithium resource reported at Goulamina within the Bougouni license in Mali
Birimian reports a high tonnage and high-grade lithium deposit at Goulamina within the Bougouni lithium project in Mali
The new JORC resource contains 15.5mt grading 1.48% Li2O for 229,000t of contained lithium oxide
High grade near surface should allow for early cash flow generation.
Further drilling is expected to add to the resource through resource extensions with 1.67% seen in the West Zone
This resource grade ranks Bougouni grade as the fifth highest on our list of known hard rock lithium resources and no. 15 in terms of resource size though it looks like it will become a larger project..
There is little difference in the grade and tonnage of the resource by varying the cut off grades from 0-0.6/0.7% Li2O suggesting this is a robust resource.
The resource looks very professionally done and presented by Cube Consulting with support by CSA Global who did work on a preliminary mining study.
The company press release contains full details of the JORC resource along with pictures of the block model, cross sections, plan views and a particularly grade/tonnage curve. See:
http://www.birimian.com/pdfs/MaidenResourceAtGoulaminaConfirmsLithiumDeposit27Oct16.pdf

FinnAust Mining* (LON:FAM) 6.5p, Mkt Cap £32.1m – Huntsman raise price for titanium dioxide pigment effective Jan 2017
BUY Target Price 15p
·        Huntsman increased the price of titanium dioxide pigment effective from January 2017 by US$0.07/lb
Prices will rise by €150/t or $160/t t in the EMEA, APAC and Latin America regions and $0.07/lb in North America.
·        The price move should translate into higher prices for titanium mineral sand concentrates
We recently published an initiation note on FinnAust see link for full note click here for full note
*SP Angel act as nomad and broker to FinnAust

Golden Star Resources (CVE:GSR) C$1.17, Mkt Cap C$385m – Mining Lease for Mampon deposit
Golden Star reports that it has secured the mining lease for the high grade oxide gold deposit at Mampon in Ghana. Mampon which contains a 45,000 oz resource at a grade of 4.6g/t gold and is located approximately 80km north, via existing good quality roads, of the company’s processing plant at Bogoso.
The ability to blend this higher grade material with material from the company’s Prestea open pits which are being used “to bridge the gap between the Bogoso refractory operations ceasing production and the commencement of production from the high grade Prestea Underground Gold Mine … which is expected to occur in the second quarter of 2017.” should extend the life of the open mining operations and perhaps help to contain costs during the transition period.
The company notes that the life of the open pits at Prestea has already been extended until the second half of 2017 from the original expectation that they would become exhausted by the end of Q3 2016.
Additional production from Mampon had not been included in the company’s published guidance that 2016 production is expected to fall in the range 180,000 -205,000 at costs between US$815-925/oz.
Golden Star is moving into high grade non-refractory underground mining operations at both Prestea and Wassa which the company expects to increase annual gold production to around 280,000oz pa at cash costs of US$695/oz and AISC of US$903/oz for the five year period from 2017 onwards.
During H1 2016, the company produced 95,677 oz of gold at a cash cost of US$826/oz.
Conclusion: The company is in the process of a strategic shift into high grade underground mining at Prestea and Wassa as it phases out production of lower grade refractory open-pit ore. In our opinion, securing the licence for Mampon provides a readily mineable, source of high grade oxide feed to help smooth the transition and maintain production.

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