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Tin and lithium projects gain momentum
03 Jul 15
In this note we look a Separation Rapids, one of Avalon’s (AVL) three main development assets. This project is focused on developing a high-purity petalite resource that could produce both lithium minerals and lithium chemicals for the high-temperature ceramics, glassware and lithium-ion battery industries. Avalon has also announced it will undertake a C$1.3m fully funded work programme on its East Kemptville Tin-Indium Project in Nova Scotia over the summer months. The information gained will aid completion of a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) by year end, thereby marginally de-risking the project from its current pre-scoping study level.
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£70m placing and open offer
21 Oct 16
Hurricane has successfully raised £70m by issuing c.205.9m shares at a price of 34p. The company is also undertaking an open offer at the same price to raise a further £4.4m. The proceeds will be used to fund two exploration wells on Lincoln and Warwick as well as further development activity on the Lancaster field.