West Perth-based explorer Silver Swan Group Ltd has earned a 51 per cent stake in the Cocata copper-gold project after meeting the exploration expenditure committments set out under its joint venture with Sydney-based Intermet Resources Ltd.
West Perth-based Monitor Energy Ltd has raised $500,000 in a placement to advance exploration of the company's oil and uranium projects in the Kyrgyz Republic and to supplement working capital, the company has announced.
West Perth-based uranium explorer U308 Ltd has signed a joint venture agreement with Canada-based uranium producer Cameco for a joint venture project over eight tenements in the Ashburton region of Western Australia.
Perth-based CityView Corporation Ltd has acquired the right to purchase 100 per cent of Petro Energy Africa Ltd, a move that would give it operational control of the North Matanda oil project in Cameroon.
Monarch Gold Mining Company is fast tracking the development of its high grade Kalgoorlie gold projects and ramping up production at its Davyhurst mill over the next four months, the company announced today.
China is Western Australia’s most important export partner, generating $13.8 billion for the state’s economy in 2006-07 and overtaking Japan as WA’s biggest export market, according to figures from the Department of Industry and Resources.
Perth-based gold explorer CGA Mining Ltd will issue shares worth around $67.4 million through a placement of shares and units to fund the construction of its Masbate gold mine in the Philippines, the company has announced.
Perth-based minerals explorer Northern Star Resources Ltd will pay $100,000 and issue shares and options to Fraka Investments Pty Ltd, resolving the company's competing claim for mineral rights over the Wilson River Project in the East Kimberley.
Welshpool-based mining and earthmoving contractor NRW Holdings Ltd, which recently completed a $303 million initial public offering, has debuted strongly on the Australian Securities Exchange, closing up 20.5 per cent at $2.41.
The state government has questioned the validity of a 34-year old state agreement that Midwest Corporation Ltd and Yilgarn Infrastructure Ltd are relying on for a $2 billion railway and port project in the Mid West region.
Plans by listed mining company CI Resources Ltd to revive its fortunes by appointing new directors, including former state development minister Clive Brown, have suffered a major setback after the federal government rejected plans for new mining leases on