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Sky and Space signs MoU with Caribbean organisation

Sky and Space Global has signed a binding MoU with inter-governmental organisation OECS for the provision of network services to the eastern Caribbean region. The two parties will explore how the company’s connectivity platform can be incorporated into the communication infrastructure of OECS member states, to improve and enhance its reliability, accessibility and feasibility.

Calidus hits 10m @ 12.8g/t gold in Pilbara

Calidus Resources has intersected wide zones of high grade gold at its Copenhagen prospect, just west of the flagship Klondyke resource in the Pilbara. The best result was an impressive 10m intersection going 12.85g/t gold from 117m down-hole, including 4 metres at nearly an ounce to the tonne. The company has three drill rigs operating at its Warrawoona gold project, targeting ore extensions both down-dip and along strike.

Rods are turning at Eureka

Tyranna Resources has kicked off a highly anticipated drilling campaign aimed at bringing the historical mineral resource at its Eureka gold project near Kalgoorlie up to JORC-compliant standards. The company will then make a decision about kicking off a feasibility study to evaluate the opportunity of mining and toll treating the ore at nearby processing mills.

TNG locks in German titanium technology

ASX listed TNG Ltd has signed a binding heads of agreement with industry-leading German technology provider Ti-Cons for the supply of a full titanium dioxide pigment production technology package for its Mount Peake vanadium-titanium-iron project in the NT. The deal paves the way for the company to commercialise its TiO2 pigment production process that it successfully developed earlier this year.

More spectacular gold hits for Bellevue

Bellevue Gold has continued its dream run at the company’s namesake gold project near Leinster with a spectacular 10m drill intersection grading almost an ounce to the tonne gold. The company recently added a further drill rig on site to speed up the definition of the Viago lode and it is working on an updated mineral resource due later this year, which should reflect the latest exceptional results.

Lithium Australia eyes new jurisdictions for pilot plant

Location and scale are two areas that Lithium Australia is studying for its planned, large-scale lithium processing pilot plant to reduce capital requirements and optimise the technical and financial benefits. The company said that with changes to the Australian Federal Government’s R&D rebate scheme, it would locate its pilot plant in a jurisdiction that will provide the greatest practical benefits.

Artemis hits multiple minerals at depth in Pilbara

Artemis Resources’ drill campaign at Carlow Castle has uncovered the potential for more mineralisation at depth with a notable intersection of 25m @ 3.38g/t gold, 0.24% cobalt and 0.77% copper from 228m including 5m @ 9.62g/t gold, 0.65% cobalt and 0.79% copper. Further extensional and infill drilling is planned to target further strike extensions and define the major controlling structures.

Galena adds $134m in value at Abra

Galena Mining has reported some outstanding results for its Abra lead/silver project PFS, showing an initial 14 year mine life and a pre-tax NPV of A$528m, $134m more than previously thought. Galena says Abra will churn out an impressive A$97m worth of free cash annually after 2022. The company also reported a maiden ore reserve of 10.2 million tonnes grading 8.1% lead and 20g/t silver this week.

Azumah scrubs up Ghanaian gold show

Azumah Resources has reported that a review of the cost structure at the company’s Wa gold project in Ghana shows lower capital and operating costs compared to its 2015 feasibility study. The work shows higher plant throughput could be achieved, potentially positioning the project for future development. Recent exploration activity has defined a number of new drilling opportunities at Wa East, which has seen little or no historical work.

Indians to plough $10m into TNG

ASX-listed vanadium player TNG Limited has taken another step towards development of its vanadium-titanium-iron project in the Northern Territory, securing a $10 million strategic investment deal with a leading Indian mining conglomerate. TNG sees the deal with Vimson, a family-owned Indian resources company, as another milestone on its move towards making its flagship 100 percent-owned Mount Peake Project a reality.

Strike historic gas well coming along nicely

With the bulk de-watering phase now complete, Strike Energy is carefully managing drawdown at its historic Jaws-1 super-deep coal seam gas well in SA with gas flows expected to start soon. it’s a case of softly softly for Strike who is methodically seeking to prove its theory that coal seam gas can in fact be accessed economically from over 2km down hole.

Anglo to revisit old haunt at Kalgoorlie

Anglo Australian Resources has gone back to the future to squeeze more ounces out of a gold prospect near Kalgoorlie that netted it a tidy sum of gold back in 2006 and 2007. The company has kicked off a 70 hole drill campaign to revisit the Mandilla project where it previously identified a near-surface weathered bedrock target with a strike of more than 1.5km.

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