Cazaly managing director Nathan McMahon.

Cazaly signs Esperance port agreement

Aspiring iron ore miner Cazaly Resources has announced agreements with engineering company Engenium and the Esperance port authority, which it hopes will provide short-term and long-term infrastructure solutions for its Parker Range project.


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Hope that Cazaly has a more binding agreement with this Port than ITC or Elders Forestry were able to negotiated for the export of 400,000 ton of wood chips per year.Which were due to commence in 2008. Currently $700 mill asset stranded without export facility and a Port not interested. Logging of 18 year old trees have commenced, to return land to pasture and cows. On present indications 50,000ha will go the same way when Elders cease paying for leases. Land owners will commence tree removal establishing pasture again to generate an income from their land. So much for reducing Australian CO2 levels and storing Carbon.

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Total Shareholder Return as at 30/04/18

1 year TSR5 year TSR
93rdHampton Hill Mining115%-4%
425thCazaly Resources4%-16%
536thAntipa Minerals-11%-26%
548thHigh Peak Royalties-13%-29%
564thTruscott Mining Corporation-17%-17%
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151st↑Cazaly Resources$396k
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183rd↑Truscott Mining Corporation$244k
185th↑High Peak Royalties$230k
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428thClive Jones$180k
616thNathan McMahon$180k
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