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Spectur continues strong sales momentum in January

ASX-listed security surveillance company Spectur has posted strong sales of its cutting-edge solar powered camera systems in January after delivering record revenues in the December quarter, bolstered by a successful expansion into NSW, Queensland and Victoria. The Perth-based company expects further growth this year assisted by key appointments aimed at accelerating the development and rollout of its new surveillance technologies.

Volt ups the ante with mining application in Tanzania

ASX-listed Volt Resources is on the threshold of a development decision at its impressive Bunyu Graphite Project in Tanzania following a mining licence application this week, the last key approval needed for the US$173m project. The company is targeting an investment decision in the next quarter, clearing the way for the commencement of Stage 1 at the lucrative looking project.

Blackham smashes it at Wiluna gold project

Blackham Resources’ shares have soared after the company delivered on a promised turnaround at the Matilda-Wiluna gold project in January, with record monthly gold production and record low costs taking it well into the black. The company is on track to reach its target of 80,000-90,000oz in calendar 2018 and is now in danger of spitting out nearly $40m in free cash in a year..

DroneShield launches miniature mobile drone-detection device

DroneShield has launched a miniature new drone-detection device known as RadarZero, which weighs only 1.25kg and is the size of a paperback book offering all the associated benefits of pint-sized mobility. The new device can detect unwanted UAV intrusions up to 750m away and works as a standalone product or in collaboration with other DroneShield products to safeguard critical infrastructure such as airports, prisons and resorts and for military missions.

High grade theory playing out at Forrestania for Classic

High-grade gold intercepts by Classic Minerals at the Forrestania Gold project going over 2 ounces to the tonne, have confirmed high-grade extensions of two orezones and added to evidence of a large-scale gold system. The impressive results back up a new geological interpretation of the region by recently appointed CEO, Dean Goodwin, and pave the way for a resource upgrade.

Halliburton inks deal to drill dozens of Strike wells

US oilfield services giant Halliburton has been piqued by Strike Energy’s ambitious Southern Cooper Basin project and has penned a MOU with the Adelaide explorer to potentially drill dozens of wells in the area. The deal has emerged less than a week before the ground-breaking Jaws-1 appraisal well kicks off. It will be one of the deepest pure coal seam wells ever drilled, at 2000m.

Plymouth to offload potash play to focus on lithium.

Plymouth Minerals is pulling out all stops at its San Jose lithium-tin project in Spain, appointing a senior executive to negotiate off-take deals and changing its name to reflect its aspirations for a big future based on lithium. Ryan Parkin has been appointed General Manager Corporate Development, bringing in additional skills to take San Jose from an advanced exploration project to a major supplier of lithium to the European market.

Bellevue rides again as Draig hits gold in the Goldfields

Draig Resources’ punt on a high-grade parallel lode to the famed and now closed Bellevue mine in the Wiluna belt continues to pay off, with a new series of high-grade gold hits at the Tribune Lode. Latest drill results have extended the depth of Bellevue-style quartz sulphide gold and confirmed the continuity, prompting acceleration in drilling activity.

Connected IO breaks into cyber security market

ASX-listed Connected IO has secured a letter of intent from a US-based cyber security company to provide it with customised routers ahead of a proposed deal worth $6.9 million over a three-year period. The deal, which is expected to be finalised in the next week, will see Connected IO supply the US company with its cutting-edge Category 1 internet of things wireless routers .

Calima moves closer to drill campaign with road-build permit

Calima Energy has received an all-important permit from British Columbia authorities to build the road it hopes will lead to riches by unlocking liquids-rich hydrocarbons at its Canadian Montney Formation play. The company is shifting from acquisition phase to operational mode and will construct the road to give drill rigs and personnel access into one of the most lucrative plays in North America.

Geopacific turns out more solid numbers at PNG gold play

Geopacific is toasting the gift that keeps on giving at its Woodlark gold project in Papua New Guinea, which has delivered more high-grade intercepts in assay results from a 22-hole drilling campaign at the Boscalo area. The Perth company is on track to develop a world-class gold mining operation at Woodlark as it targets a revised ore reserve estimate of one million ounces plus by next month.

It's back to the future for Classic

A young geologist who made several gold discoveries in the Forrestania gold belt 20 years ago has returned to the region at the helm of Classic Minerals to complete some unfinished business. Exciting geological models that went untested years ago because of a 2001 corporate collapse are finally being put to the test and already yielding spectacular results.


Runners of the week

Company NameOpenPeak
Blina Minerals0.00100.0020
Tando Resources0.44000.8750
Korab Resources0.03400.0630
Alloy Resources0.00600.0110
Hawkstone Mining0.03200.0540
Tyranna Resources0.01900.0310
Coziron Resources0.01800.0290
WestStar Industrial0.01700.0260
King River Copper0.12500.1900
3D Resources0.00400.0060

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