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The Momentum Continues - 2017 to be a Good Year
16 Mar 17
Welcome to IIR’s second “Blue Book” for Junior Resource Companies. This publication covers over 60 resource companies that were present at the 121 Group’s 2017 Cape Town Conference, held at Welgemeende in the Gardens district on February 6-7, 2016. The summaries in the book have been prepared with the assistance of the 121 Group based in London/ Hong Kong and Gavin Wendt from Minelife in Sydney, with the introduction being prepared by Mark Gordon and Gavin Wendt. The company information is accurate as at the time of the conference – and further information on the companies can be provided upon request.
31 Jul 16
Sipa’s exploration activities are focussed on two areas – the Kitgum Pader Project in northern Uganda, and the recently acquired Paterson North Project in Western Australia. The Company was first mover at Kitgum Pader, and since commencing exploration in 2012 has made two key greenfields discoveries – the Akelikongo intrusive hosted Ni-Cu and Pamwa Broken Hill-style Pb-Zn-Ag prospects in a region that has seen no previous exploration. The Paterson North Project is located immediately north of Antipa Minerals’ Citadel Project, and 120km north of the Telfer Gold Mine. The project covers areas of similar geology, with previous broad spaced aircore drilling returning anomalous gold and copper.
24 Apr 17
Lok’nStore* (LOK): Growth supported by a strong balance sheet (CORP) | Mortice* (MORT): UK acquisition (CORP) | Avacta* (AVCT): Another milestone – 1st non-therapeutics licence (CORP) | Petra Diamonds (PDF): Trading update and Q3 results (BUY) | Nasstar* (NASA): Growth and margin focus (CORP)
19 Apr 17
We take a look at the supply and demand dynamics of the world’s largest diamonds. Less than 200 very large (>200 carat) gem quality diamonds have ever been found, yet 23 of these have been found in the past three years. This dramatic increase is being driven by a combination of the rapid increase in the number of billionaires and hence price and demand, combined with technological developments that have improved large diamond recovery and a certain amount of geological good luck.