Shares in West Perth-based Raiden Resources (previously SubZero Group) enjoyed strong gains today after they started trading on the ASX, following a two-year restructuring of the company and acquisition of a copper-gold project in Serbia.
Finders Resources’ major shareholder, Eastern Field Developments, has changed its hostile takeover bid for the copper miner to 'unconditional' status, with the Indonesian consortium continuing to raise concerns about the company’s Wetar project.
Three Perth-based junior miners have tapped investors for more than $10 million, while gold explorer Crusader Resources will raise up to $US15 million ($19 million) as the company seeks a dual listing on London’s AIM.
A tieback of the Scarborough field into the Pluto LNG plant could well be the next major energy development in Western Australia, after Woodside Petroleum announced a deal to increase its stake in the field.
Arrow Minerals (formerly Segue Resources) has received $5.2 million through a joint venture agreement and equity investment from nickel and gold producer Independence Group, along with a capital raising to fund its gold and lithium projects in Western Australia.
Copper and gold explorer Stavely Minerals has raised $8.3 million via a share placement and share purchase plan, with the company completing drilling programs at a number of tenements on the east coast.