Of all the ‘cobalt hopefuls’ out there, only a handful will effectively see it through an advanced stage exploration phase and only a minority will effectively be producing cobalt anytime soon.
M2 Cobalt has just completed a substantial capital raise on the back of the acquisition of seven cobalt exploration licenses in Uganda. These licenses are either located right across the border from the DRC, which hosts numerous copper-cobalt mines or are on trend with a number of major producing mines in the DRC. M2’s properties consist of the Kilembe property and Bujagali property which are respectively described as ‘rejuvenating’ and ‘developing’ a copper-cobalt region in the official NI 43-101 Technical Report on the properties.
- Report: M2 Cobalt – A rational merger deal without golden parachutes
- M2 Cobalt merges with cash-rich Jervois Mining
- Exploration Outlook 2019 – part 1
- M2 Cobalt starts drilling the Bombo nickel-cobalt targets
- M2 Cobalt expands land position, starts drilling
- M2 Cobalt share price drops, but its management & directors are buying more stock
- M2 Cobalt: airborne survey reveals 721 exploration targets
- Report: M2 Cobalt aggressively advances its Uganda cobalt projects, insiders are buying more stock
- M2 Cobalt wants to accelerate the Bombo exploration program
- M2 Cobalt is ready to go in Uganda!
- M2 Cobalt Continues to Expand "Regional" Katanga-Style Play at Bujagali
- M2 Cobalt Commences Drilling at Bombo
- M2 Cobalt Expands Initial Drill Program
- M2 Cobalt Commences Initial Drilling Program
- M2 Cobalt to Acquire Four Additional Exploration Licenses in Uganda, Covering 850 km2 in Close Proximity and On-Trend to Existing Discoveries
- M2 Cobalt Appoints Mahendra Naik as Director
- M2 Cobalt Announces Discovery of Six Additional Large-Scale Cobalt Anomalies at Bujagali
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