PolarX Ltd

PolarX outlines rights issue to fund upcoming exploration

Exploration will focus on the company’s Zackly and Caribou Dome deposits, which are not part of the recent earn-in option with Lundin Mining.

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The rights issue allows shareholders to buy stock at the discounted price of 8 cents

PolarX Ltd (ASX:PXX) will raise up to $4.26 million through a 1-for-7 rights issue priced at 8 cents to fund exploration at the Alaska Range Project in Alaska.

The 2019 exploration includes metallurgy at the Zackly deposit, drilling to extend the Zackly deposit, drilling to extend the Caribou Dom deposit, as well as regional targeting and studies.

READ: PolarX secures $4.3 million investment from Lundin Mining for Alaskan copper-gold earn‐in option

Earlier this week, PolarX secured a $4.3 million investment from Lundin Mining Corporation (TSE:LUN) for an earn‐in option on PolarX’s Alaskan copper‐gold porphyry projects.

Lundin Mining has been issued 53.4 million shares in PolarX at 8 cents per share and has become PolarX’s largest shareholder owning 14.3% of the company.

Notably, Lundin is focused on the Alaska Range Project’s porphyry targets, namely Saturn and Mars and the Zackly and Caribou Dome deposits fall outside the area covered by the JV.

Lundin can earn into the Stellar Project area marked below in blue, which excluded the Zackly claims marked in red.

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