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Trans-Siberian Gold's (TSG) Q420 production update from the Asacha Gold Mine, located in Russia, returned record quarterly gold production of 15,217 oz, up 31.5% on the previous quarter, and all-time record annual gold production of 45,066oz, up 3.6% on the previous year. This impressive performance, despite the global COVID-19 Pandemic, gives the company its fifth successive year of increased gold production from Asacha and record annual revenue of US$81m. Trans-Siberian Gold finished the year with a strong cash balance of US$22m.
Companies: Trans-Siberian Gold PLC
Altus Strategies* (ALS LN) – BUY, 132p – Altus hits giant intersection of gold mineralisation
Arkle Resources* (ARK LN) – Trenching at the Inishowen project identifies gold-bearing veins
Mkango Resources* (MKA LN) – Approval for the exercise of warrants on amended terms
Ormonde Mining* (ORM LN) – Further deferral of AGM
Rainbow Rare Earths* (RBW LN) – Rainbow completes acquisition of Phalaborwa tailings and REE pilot plant
Power Metal Resources* (POW LN) / Kavango Resources (KAV LN) – $150,000 paid ahead of schedule to progress Botswana JV
Trans-Siberian Gold (TSG LN) – Two fatalities at the Asacha mine lead to suspension of Vein 25 operations while investigation proceeds
Versarien* (VRS LN) – Versarien appoints Sr Stephen Hodge as Chief Technology Officer
Companies: MKA ORM POW ALS ARK KAV RBW TSG VRS
Greatland Gold (GGP LN) – New CEO appointed after initial resource estimate delivered at Havieron | IronRidge Resources* (IRR LN) – Further Phase-3 drill results confirm gold mineralisation at Zaranou | Oriole Resources (ORR LN) –– Exploration in Cameroon extends known area of gold mineralisation | Pan African Resources (PAF LN) – Solar power project for Evander Mines | Power Metal Resources* (POW LN) – Ultramafic rock intercepted at Molopo Farms Complex, Botswana | Resolute Mining (RSG LN) – Bibiani sale for US$105m in cash | Trans-Siberian Gold (TSG LN) – 2020 production range guidance increased to 44-45koz
Companies: GGP IRR ORR PAF POW RSG TSG
Trans-Siberian Gold (TSG) has increased FY20 gold production guidance to between 44,000oz and 45,000oz, from 38,000oz-42,000oz. The updated guidance, if achieved, would mean production levels at the Asacha Gold Mine for 2020 would be at their highest ever levels. This 7%-16% increase in expected FY20 production levels is largely due to higher-grades being extracted from the Vein 25 orebody. As of 30 November 2020, Trans-Siberian had produced 40,297 ounces of gold over 11 months. Production levels during October and November averaged 5,225oz Au per month, which is a massive 67% increase compare to an average of 3,316oz Au per month for the preceding nine months
Altus Strategies* (ALS LN) – BUY – 132p (from 115p) – Good Diba metallurgical testwork points to better project economics | Atalaya Mining (ATYM LN) – Feasibility study on new cathode production technology | Chaarat Gold* (CGH LN) – BUY – Robust Q3 results with FY20 guidance reiterated | Empire Metals* (EEE LN) – Gold grades from drilling at Eclipse indicate potential for further discovery | Gem Diamonds (GEMD LN) – Improving diamond prices from Letšeng | KAZ Minerals (KAZ LN) – Nova Resources to buy Kaz Minerals in £3bn deal | Rainbow Rare Earths* (RBW LN) – Results | Savannah Resources* (SAV LN) – Advances on the Mina do Barroso lithium project | Trans-Siberian Gold (TSG LN) – High grade drilling results from V25 to potentially upgrade Asacha resource
Companies: ALS ATYM CGH EEE GEMD KAZ RBW SAVE TSG
Anglo American (AAL LN) – Q3 production recovery | Bluejay Mining* (JAY LN) – Danish Maritime Authority accepts Navigational Safety for Dundas titanium sand mine | Empire Metals* (EEE LN) –– Drilling starts at Eclipse gold project in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia | KEFI Gold and Copper* (KEFI LN) – Tulu Kapi $221m funding consortium update | Hochschild Mining (HOC LN) – Guidance maintained as production rises in Q3 | Serabi Gold* (SRB LN) –– Expansion of Sao Chico exploration area | Trans-Siberian Gold (TSG LN) – 9M20 revenues hit record high on strong gold prices | Vast Resources* (VAST LN) – Baita plant up and running with first concentrate shipment due shortly
Companies: AAL JAY EEE KEFI HOC SRB TSG VAST
Trans-Siberian Gold's (TSG) Q320 results show improved year-on-year and quarter-on-quarter top line results, despite a reduced operational performance, largely due to higher gold and silver prices and increased tonnages. Gold grade and silver grades from the Asacha Gold Mine for the first nine months of the year are slightly lower than we had expected [due to Q1 performance]. Production levels above are expectations, which has negated the impact of the lower average grade for the first 9 months. We raise forecasts and our target price to 184p.
Trans-Siberian Gold's (TSG) interim results continue to demonstrate the successful evolution of the Company, with its largest ever dividend payment of US$7m resulting in a payment of US$0.08 per share. This dividend payment takes total shareholder returns to US$40m, which is around 40% of the Company's market capitalisation that has been returned to investors in just four years. This high-level of returns to shareholders separates TSG from its junior gold mining peer group.
Adriatic Metals* (ADT1 LN) – Annual results and review of exploration | AfriTin (ATM LN) –– H1 report highlights production ramp-up at the Uis mine | Ariana Resources* (AAU LN) – US$30m partial disposal of Turkish Assets | Anglo Asian Mining* (AAZ LN) – BUY – Gedabek continue unaffected by the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict | Cornish Lithium (Private) - Cornish Lithium looking to bring the EV supply chain closer to home | IronRidge Resources* (IRR LN) – FY20 results: well positioned to continue de-risking portfolio projects with A$7.3m in the bank | Kavango Resources (KAV LN) – Resuming field exploration of the Kalahari Copper Belt, Botswana | Power Metal Resources (POW LN) – Exploration gets underway on Botswana joint-venture | Rambler Metals and Mining* (RMM LN) – Interims and refinancing of debt and planned restoration of mine production at higher copper grade | Renascor Resources (RNU AU) – Offtake agreement with Chinese anode manufacturer highlights China’s dominance of supply chain | Trans-Siberian Gold (TSG LN) – 8c interim dividend declared reflecting robust FCF and strong outlook | Versarien* (VRS LN) – New Advisory Panel brings together global leaders in graphene within Versarien
Companies: ADT ATM AAU AAZ IRR KAV POW RMM RNU TSG VRS
Cora Gold* (CORA LN) - BUY – 17.2p – Earnings update. Growing the resource and fast-tracking Sanankoro into production | Jangada Mines (JAN LN) – Progress at Fodere Titanium | Prospect Resources (PSC AU) – Metallurgical testing improves recoveries for potentially world’s lowest cost Lithium mine | Trans-Siberian Gold (TSG LN) – Production accelerates on course for the annual 38-42koz guidance | Vast Resources* (VAST LN) – Baita Plai first concentrate targeted next month
Companies: CORA JAN TSG VAST
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Arc Minerals* (ARCM) – Arc signs exclusivity with Anglo American as majors step into Zambia | Kenmare Resources (KMR LN) – Ilmenite and rutile production fall heavily through first half | Power Metals Resources* (POW LN) – Progress report and strategy | Phoenix Copper* (PXC LN) – Reduced H1 losses and project review | Strategic Minerals* (SML LN) –Cobre Q2 magnetite sales | Trans-Siberian Gold (TSG LN) – V25N drilling returns high grade intersections along strike and at depth
Companies: ARCM KMR POW PHNX SML TSG
Condor Gold* (CNR LN) – Non-executive director’s share purchase | Jangada Mines (JAN LN) – Further drilling results from the Pitomberias vanadium property | Petropavlovsk (POG LN) – Court ruling remain pending and a new GM requisition | SolGold* (SOLG LN) – Magnetic survey confirms Rio Amarillo potential | Trans-Siberian Gold (TSG LN) – Vein 25 East Zone development is well progressed
Companies: CNR JAN POG SOLG TSG
AfriTin (ATM LN) –– Resumption of mining at Uis | European Metal Holdings (EMH LN) –Preliminary Mining Permit for eastern part of Cinovec | Trans Siberian Gold (TSG LN) – Asacha resource update potentially extends the life of mine to 2027 from 2024
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Trinity has proven the sustainability and resilience of the Company's business model, increasing both production and cash despite significant challenges in 2020. FY20 average production volumes increased 7% on 2019 to 3,226bopd despite no new drilling activity in 2020. Cash at 31 December 2020 was US$20.2m, a 27% YoY increase – driven by strong operating cash flow, and achieved despite a 36% reduction in average oil price realisations versus 2019. Average production volumes in Q4/20 increased by 2% on Q3/20 to 3,206bopd, with Trinity offsetting natural production declines through its rigorous approach to production management. Post-period, the Trinidad and Tobago Government lifted the threshold for the imposition of SPT for small onshore producers from US$50/bbl to US$75/bbl in 2021 and 2022, providing a considerable boost to Trinity's cash generation potential. With a high number of growth initiatives underway across the energy spectrum, Trinity is well positioned to broaden its portfolio and create further value as it looks to further scale the business. We increase our price target to 34p (from 32p), almost 3x the current share price and reiterate our BUY recommendation.
Companies: Trinity Exploration & Production Plc
Panoro Energy (PEN NO)C; Target Price: NOK23.00: BW Energy (BWE NO) provides update in Gabon – BW indicated that 4Q20 gross production from the Tortue field was ~13,500 bbl/d, as an 11 day downtime took place in October for the annual maintenance program and to comply with Gabonese production allocations to meet OPEC quotas. A drilling contract for one development well (DTM-7H) and one exploration well has been recently awarded. There is also the option for another exploration well subject to the results of the drilling campaign.
Pharos Energy (PHAR LN)C; Target Price: £0.40: Raising US$11.7 mm of new equity – Pharos has raised US$11.7 mm of new equity price at 19.25 p per share. The proceeds will be invested in Egypt to arrest production decline and boost production ahead of securing a farm in partner.
IN OTHER NEWS
ExxonMobil (XOM US): Dry hole in Guyana – The Hassa wildcat on the Stabroek block was dry.
Gran Tierra Energy (GTE LN/CN): Transaction to divest shares in PetroTal terminated – Gran Tierra, has terminated the purchase agreement with Remus Horizons regarding the proposed sale of 218,012,500 common shares in the capital of PetroTal. In a separate announcement Gran Tierra reported that 109 mm shares with private purchasers for US$14.8 mm
Kosmos Energy (KOS US/LN): Discovery in the US Gulf of Mexico – The Winterfell well on the Green Canyon Block 944 encountered ~26 meters of net oil pay in two intervals in the sub-salt Upper Miocene. The well de-risks prospectivity in several neighbouring blocks held by Kosmos, with approximately 100 mmbbl of gross potential within Kosmos' acreage position.
Pantheon Resources (PANR LN): Acquisition of acreage in Alaska - Pantheon Resources is acquiring 10.8% WI in each of the 16 leases in the 44,463 acre Talitha Unit from Otto Energy. The consideration consists of 14,272,592 shares of Pantheon. Upon completion of the acquisition, Pantheon will own a 100% WI in the Talitha Unit.
Predator Oil & Gas (PRD LN): Operation update in Trinidad – The Pilot CO2 EOR results support pre-injection desktop production plateau forecasts of 243 -547 bbl/d from the Herrera #2 Sand. The CO2 sequestration potential is confirmed. At WTI oil price of US$50/bbl, projected EBITDA net-backs for the P50 and P10 pre-Pilot CO2 EOR production profiles at plateau production are estimated to be in the range US$15 – 25/bbl.
Trinity Exploration & Production (TRIN LN): Operating update in Trinidad – 4Q20 production was 3,206 bbl/d. Trinity held net cash of US$17.5 mm at YE20.
Westmount Energy (WTE LN): Acquiring further interest in Guyana explorer – Westmount has purchased 287,500 common shares in JHI for an aggregate cost of C$718,750. Westmount holds a total of 5,651,270 shares in JHI, representing ~7.7% of the issued common shares in JHI. Drilling operations at the first well in the Canje drilling campaign, Bulletwood-1, are ongoing, with completion of the well anticipated around mid to late February. Additional Canje drilling will follow-on in 1H21.
Aker BP (AKERBP NO): Trading update in Norway – Aker BP produced 223.1 mboe/d in 4Q20. FY20 capex was US$1.3 bn, exploration spend was US$246 mm and abandonment spend was US$178 mm. YE20 net debt was US$3.6 bn.
Cairn Energy (CNE LN): Trading update – FY20 net production at Catcher and Kraken was just over 21,000 bbl/d, in line with guidance. FY20 cash capex was US$160 mm. FY21 net production is estimated to be 16,000 – 19,000 bbl/d with capex of US$85 mm (including US$10 mm at Kraken and Catcher). At YE20 Cairn held US$570 mm in cash with no drawn debt. In 2021, Cairn is planning to drill an exploration well on Block 10 in Mexico and there is an optional drilling opportunity for an appraisal well of the Saasken discovery (Cairn 15% WI). In the UK, Cairn will participate in the Shell-operated Jaws exploration well on P2380 (Cairn 50% WI). In Côte d’Ivoire, Cairn has assumed Operatorship (90% WI) in blocks CI-301 and CI-302 from Tullow which has exited both licences. The JV has exited blocks CI-518, CI-519, CI-521 and CI-522 effective end December 2020.
ExxonMobil (XOM US): Progress at selling UK assets – Media reports indicated that ExxonMobil has entered exclusive discussions with HitecVision/NEO Energy with regards to the divestment of Central and Norther North Sea assets.
Repsol (REP SM): Trading update – 4Q20 production was 628 mboe/d.
Norway: Exploration licence award – Norway has awarded 61 licences to 30 companies. Equinor, Aker BP, Lundin Energy, DNO, Neptune Energy, Wintershall DEA, OKEA Energy, Var Energy and Spirit Energy were awarded interests in respectively 17, 10, 19, 10, 6, 16, 4, 10 and 3 licences.
Serica Energy (SQZ LN): Operating update in the UK North Sea – Estimated FY20 net production from Serica's interests in Bruce, Keith, Rhum (BKR) and Erskine averaged 23,800 boe/d. With regards to the R3 operations, the removal of the 2005 completion is taking longer than anticipated due largely to the unexpectedly poor condition of the equipment being recovered from the well. As a result, R3 operations are now expected to continue into March 2021.
Union Jack Oil (UJO LN): Further acquisition of interests in UK asset – Union Jack Union is acquiring a 15% interest in PEDL253, containing the Biscathorpe project from Humber Oil & Gas, increasing its interest to 45%. The consideration consists of £0.5 mm in cash plus a contingent payment of £0.5 mm.
FORMER SOVIET UNION
JKX Oil & Gas (JKX LN): Operating update in Ukraine and Russia – FY20 production was 10,238 boe/d including 5,389 boe/d in Russia and the balance in Ukraine. JKX held US$24.5 mm in cash at YE20. IG146 was completed to the Devonian in Ignativske (Ukraine) and encountered 2.6 m of net hydrocarbon bearing thickness. After initially testing of the IG146 well at an oil rate of 497 bbl/dd and a gas rate of ~200 boe/d in November the rate declined and the well is currently producing 35 boe/d.
MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA
Apex International Energy: Discoveries in Egypt – The SEMZ-1X well discovered Bahariya oil with 17 feet of indicated pay and and tested at a rate of 100 bbl/d. The well will be fracced to maximize flow rate. The SEMZ-11X well encountered 65 feet of oil pay in the Cretaceous sandstones of the Bahariya and Abu Roash G formations. Testing of the Bahariya resulted in a peak rate of 2,100 bbl/d of oil and no water.
DNO (DNO NO): Operating update – FY20 WI production was 95,100 boe/d including 17,300 boe/d in Norwar and the balance in Kurdistan. FY20 capex was US$515 mm increasing to US$700 mm in 2021. DNO held US$475 mm in cash at YE20. The KRG has put a plan in place to make payments towards DNO’s arrears (US$259 mm) such that if Brent prices exceed US$50/bbl in any month, the incremental revenue will be shared 50 50 between the KRG and the Tawke license partners.
Energean (ENOG LN): Trading update – FY20 pro forma WI production was ~48.3 mboe/d with pro forma capital expenditure (including exploration expenditure) of US$558 mm. FY21 production is expected to be 35.0 40.0 mboe/d with capex of US$515 – 590 mm,
Genel Energy (GENL LN): Operating update in Kurdistan – Gross operated production from the Tawke licence averaged 110,300 bbl/d in 2020, about evenly split between the Tawke and Peshkabir fields. FY20 production at Taq Taq was 9,670 bbl/d with a production rate of 8 mbbl/d at YE20. Sarta produced 520 bbl/d. The Sarta-3 well has produced at an average of ~5,500 bbl/d so far in 2021. Production from Sarta-2 is now expected in February. The 2021 appraisal drilling campaign is targeting a material portion of the 250 mmbbl of existing contingent resources, and prospective resources, in Jurassic formations. The Qara Dagh 2 well is expected to be spudded in 1Q21. FY21 WI Production is expected to be slightly above FY20 (31,980 bbl/d) with capex of US$150-200 mm. Genel held US$354 mm in cash (net cash of US$10 mm) at YE20. The KRG has submitted a reconciliation model for repayment of the receivable relating to the US$159 mm in unpaid invoices, whereby for each cent above a monthly dated Brent average of US$50/bbl, 0.5 cent per working interest barrel shall be paid towards monies owed.
TransGlobe Energy (TGL LN): Operating update – Production averaged 12.4 mboe/d (including 11,178 boe/d in Egypt) in 4Q20 and 13.5 mboe/d during FY20. At YE20, TransGlobe held >US$30 mm in cash and had no net debt.
BW Energy (BWE NO): Equity raise – BWE has raised US$75 mm of new equity priced at NOK27 per share, representing a 9.5% discount to the previous day close. The net proceeds will be used for capital investments in the Dussafu licence in Gabon, development of the Maromba discovery in Brazil, new ventures and for other general corporate purposes.
Total (FP FP) and Royal Dutch Shell (RDSA/B LN): Divestments in Nigeria – Oil Mining Lease (OML) 17 in the Eastern Niger Delta, and associated infrastructure, have been sold to TNOG Oil and Gas for a consideration of US$533 mm net to Shell (30% WI) and US$180 mm net to Total (10%).
EVENTS TO WATCH NEXT WEEK
27/01/2021: Tullow Oil (TLW LN) – Trading update
28/01/2021: Lundin Energy (LUNE SS) – 4Q20 results
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Shanta Gold (AIM: SHG), the East Africa-focused gold producer has, this morning, released a production and operational update for Q4 2020 and, last week, a group-wide reserves and resources update. Overall, it was a robust quarter leading to FY20 gold production of 82,978 oz bang in line with 2020 production guidance (80-85koz, Tamesis est. 83.3koz) – the third year in a row they have hit unchanged guidance which is especially impressive in the face of the pandemic. They have also increased net reserves. It was another very busy quarter for the company at the corporate level too with a successful equity raise to fund drilling and technical studies at the exciting West Kenya Project.
Companies: Shanta Gold Limited
Gas composition data from the Kyalla 117 well has confirmed the presence of liquids-rich gas within the Lower Kyalla Shale, with less than 1% CO2. Analysis of the Kyalla 117 well has shown that the gas stream contains c65% methane gas, with c33% being other liquid gases such as ethane and butane. The analysis also supports the view that the Kyalla gas stream will have elevated LPG and condensate yields. Operations are scheduled to recommence at Kyalla 117 at the beginning of the dry season in Q2/21 and will initially focus on flowing back sufficient hydraulic fracture stimulation water to allow the Kyalla 117 well to flow continually without assistance.
Companies: Falcon Oil & Gas Ltd.
Anglo Asian Mining* (AAZ LN) – STRONG BUY – Update on Restored Contract Areas
Chaarat Gold* (CGH LN) – Kapan production beats guidance and delivers $19m EBITDA
Sunstone Metals (STM AU) – Drilling results from the Espiritu gold-silver prospect in Ecuador
Tertiary Minerals* (TYM LN) – Sale of data on Finnish project
Versarien* (VRS LN) – Interim results
W Resources (WRES LN) – La Parilla Q4 production
Companies: AAZ CGH WRES TYM VRS STM
Buchan field resource upgrade
Companies: Jersey Oil & Gas PLC
Jersey Oil & Gas has announced a significant increase to the best estimate contingent resource estimate of the Buchan oil field to 126 mmb of oil, from 81 mmb of oil. The increase reflects an improved understanding of the subsurface and is premised on dynamic reservoir modelling completed by Schlumberger (in conjunction with teams from Rockflow Resources and Jersey Oil & Gas). As a result of the change, the recoverable oil estimate from the Greater Buchan Area, inclusive of core satellite fields, amounts to 162 mmb. We are increasing our fair value estimate to 479p/sh from 378p/sh as a result. The increase in our fair value estimate represents a preliminary change and we expect our valuation to increase further as we gain a better understanding of the development concept for the Greater Buchan Area. As a reminder, Jersey Oil & Gas anticipates completing the concept select report of the Greater Buchan Area in Q1 2021 after which it intends to seek a farm-in partner to fund the project. All in, we believe Jersey has now entered a very exciting catalyst rich period of progress and we expect the stock will materially rerate over the course of 2021.
EQTEC has announced that it has received a resolution from Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council granting planning permission for an improved scheme of its sustainable waste gasification and power plant project at Billingham. Improvements proposed include better economics, a reduced size of the footprint of the plant and less visual impact.
Companies: EQTEC PLC
A positive ops update from Savannah Energy demonstrates continued impressive progress in Nigeria with record cash collections and production, additional cost reductions and declining net debt. It has also revised favourably one of its gas sales agreements, which is accretive to short and medium-term cash flow. Our risked-NAV and price target rise 6% as a result, to 52p/sh.
Companies: Savannah Energy Plc
Jubilee put out an intraday press release yesterday updating on the performance in the first half (ending Dec 2020) of the FY 2021. Once again Jubilee delivers; significantly increased revenues and profits from its chrome and PGM division in South Africa and a small, but important, contribution from Zambia. Notably this improvement isn't just from commodity price performance; rather increased production, productivity, throughput, renegotiated contracts and all set alongside the strong performance of commodity prices –rhodium, palladium and platinum. We see this as still only the start for Jubilee as we look forward to the first copper oxide concentrates from the Roan project in Zambia to the Sable Refinery – where the Roan plant is currently under construction. Once again we are struck by the speed at which Jubilee moves to advance its projects and, with its South African cash engine showing no signs of slowing down. Jubilee can choose to move its wider ambitions in Zambia forward from internally generated cash flow. On the back of the strong performance we put our forecasts under review.
Companies: Jubilee Metals Group PLC
Botswana Diamonds (BOD LN) – Raising £363,000
Eurasia Mining* (EUA LN) – West Kytlim Definitive Feasibility Study approved
Power Metal Resources* (POW LN) – Three highly prospective gold projects acquired in Canada
Serabi Gold* (SRB LN) – Initial drilling results from Sao Domingo
Vast Resources* (VAST LN) – Baita Plai General Manager appointment
Companies: BOD EUA POW SRB VAST
Altus Strategies* (ALS LN) - BUY – 132p – High grade drilling results to grow Diba MRE
Anglo Asian Mining* (AAZ LN) - BUY – 1.5c special dividend
Petropavlovsk (POG LN) – FY20 production report
Rambler Metals and Mining* (RMM LN) – 2020 production results and outlook
Companies: ALS AAZ POG RMM
Hargreaves has confirmed a resilient H1 performance and reiterated full year expectations. December’s speciality coal disposal was an important strategic step, which moves the Group into a net cash position (ex. leases). There is also news today of the first completion at Blindwells, a notable milestone for the development and for Hargreaves Land. The shares have recovered from their recent lows but, in our view, still do not reflect the progress of the past year or our expectations of earnings and income growth. An FY’22 P/E rating of 10x - with a dividend yield of 7.5% - looks undemanding to say the least. At a 400p share price, the dividend would still be 5% and valuation broadly equivalent to NAV per share
Companies: Hargreaves Services plc
Foresight Group , the award-winning infrastructure and private equity investment manager to IPO on the Main Market (premium). The Offer will primarily comprise a sale of shares by existing shareholders (c.80% of the Offer) with a smaller offering of new shares (c.20% of the Offer) to be issued by the Company. Details TBA. Cornish Metals (TSX-V: CUSN) intends to list on AIM. The Company is proposing to raise £5 million by way of private placement of new Common Shares (the "Fundraising") to advance the United Downs copper-tin project. The Company expects that Admission will become effective in February 2021. The Company's Common Shares will continue to be listed and trade on the TSX-V in Canada. VH Global Sustainable Energy Opportunities plc, a closed-ended investment Company focused on making sustainable energy infrastructure investments, today announces intends to launch an initial public offering of shares on the Official List (Premium) of the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange. Due by Early Feb.
Companies: TYM W7L BEG CRPR EUZ IRR CMCL FARN KETL AUG
Antofagasta (ANTO LN) – Q4 production highlights strong quarter
BHP (BHP LN) – Record iron ore production, workforce reductions in Chile for Covid and continuing focus on copper exploration
IronRidge Resources* (IRR LN) – Call notice for exercise of warrants
Shanta Gold (SHG LN) – Reserves/Resources update replaces mined ounces
SolGold* (SOLG LN) – Nick Mather steps aside to allow search for new CEO to lead Alpala block-cave financing and development
Companies: ANTO BHP SHG SOLG IRR