Whenever a company pretends to be able to fund the construction of a new mining project, we are always a bit skeptical. We were also skeptical when Almonty Industries (AII.TO) said it would be able to fund the construction of its new Sangdong tungsten mine in South Korea without any […]
In our initial report on Almonty Industries (AII.TO), we were expecting the company to take advantage of some serious tailwinds in the tungsten sector. After several years of depressed prices for APT and tungsten concentrate, the future started to look bright again for producers in reliable countries. China still is […]
Almonty Industries (AII.TO) has now received the ore sorting equipment at the Panasqueira mine in Portugal, after the Portuguese customs released it. The equipment is currently being installed, and once the installation has been completed and commissioned, Almonty expects to see a 10% bump in the mine’s tungsten output. The […]
We have been keeping an eye on the developments on the tungsten market as several years ago, we were looking for potential producers with a short timeframe towards production. Unfortunately the tungsten price collapsed and several producers and explorers were caught in the downturn. There was no need to panic […]
Protean Energy (ASX:POW) has started its review of 36,000 meters of core from a 2013 drill program at Daejon, which is expected to take up to six months. Once completed, Protean might design a follow-up drill program to increase the current vanadium resource which stands at 17.3 million pounds at […]
Lamboo Resources (ASX:LMB) has announced more drill results from its McIntosh graphite project in Western Australia. Of interest are the intercepts of 27 meters grading almost 5.5% graphite starting on surface and 66 meters at just over 4% graphite starting close to surface. These drill intercepts further validate the potential […]
We are happy to once again present three promising junior miners. We had a short interview with François Perron, the CEO of Golden Goose. Wildcat has an increadible resource estimate, while Woulfe is valuated rediculously low by the market.