Bralorne Gold Mines has worked diligently over the past few years to put its namesake mine back into production. In order to increase production and improve the overall economics of the mine, the company is still working to prove up resources as well as expand and rehabilitate mine workings. A $5-to-$7.5 million cash infusion from the current financing will go a long way towards achieving its resource and production expansion goals.
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Sam Wahab, head of oil and gas equity research at London-based Seymour Pierce, talks coalbed methane and the company's coverage of CBM Asia with Gas Investing News. Seymour Pierce currently holds a 'Buy' rating for CBM Asia.
Hunter Hillcoat, mining analyst with Investec Securities in London, talks to Tungsten Investing News regarding his coverage of Wolf Minerals. Investec recently revised their buy rating price target for Wolf Minerals to 29.4p down from 31.6p.
Diamond Investing News speaks with Éric Lemieux, metals and mining analyst with Laurentian Bank Securities, about the positive outlook for diamond producers and the future of Stornoway's project in Northern Quebec.
With the discovery of the Nine Iron trend plus the intersection of high grade uranium in the J4 Zone within the Lac 50 trend, Kivalliq Energy (TSXV:KIV) continues to demonstrate that its 100%-owned Angilak property in Nunavut has district-scale uranium potential.
Big North Graphite has purchased the rights to three past producing underground graphite mines. The company is believes it can capitalize on the upswing in graphite market and quickly re-start these mines and reap the rewards of near term production.
Siddharth Rajeev head of research at Fundamental Research Corp discusses their bullish stance on the potash market with Potash Investing News as well as why they believe Passport Potash is an attractive junior potash investment.
Focus Graphite has a very high-grade, high quality deposit that currently commands higher graphite prices (on average) than its main competitor. An off-take agreement will be the next major catalyst for the company as it advances towards production.
In this interview with analyst John Chu of AltaCorp Capital, we discuss IC Potash and the potash and SOP market in general. ICP is moving towards production in 2016 and due in part to production of potassium sulphate or SOP, Chu predicts a share price of $2.50 before reaching the production target.
Kivalliq’s aggressive exploration campaign has identified numerous promising new zones of uranium mineralization and the company continues to expand and advance its current resource base demonstrating “District Scale” potential of the Angilak Property. As a further endorsement to its success, Kivalliq continues to attract high-caliber team members.