Entries by Wally Graham

Equatorial extends ROC portfolio

THE BOURSE WHISPERER: Equatorial Resources has secured 100 per cent-ownership of two new Prospecting Authorisations for iron ore in the Republic of Congo (ROC). The company claims the new acquisitions – the Oubouéssé Prospecting Authorisation for iron ore and the Moussondji Prospecting Authorisation for iron ore – are both contiguous to its 100 per cent-owned […]

Mutiny upgrades Deflector resource

THE BOURSE WHISPERER: Australian Gold-Copper resources company Mutiny Gold has announced an upgrade in the company’s gold resources at its Deflector project 160 kilometres east of the Port of Geraldton in Western Australia. The upgrade comes on the heels of Mutiny’s 2011 drilling campaigns into the Deflector deposit that were designed to delineate extensions of […]

Greenland offers greenfield exploration opportunities

OUT AND ABOUT: When most people speak of Greenland they often remark how ironic it is the country is covered in white ice. What these folk tend to overlook, however, is the greenfield exploration potential the country has on offer to any mining company geologist who is willing to freeze their assets while crossing its […]

Mike Drew –Ram Resources

While we were at the Greenland Day conference The Roadhouse took the opportunity to catch up with Ram Resources managing director Mike Drew. Ram Resources was one of the earlier Australian miners to head to Greenland. When did you arrive and what attracted you to go? We acquired the Motzfeldt project in early 2010. What […]

Horseshoe Metals hits at Kumarina

THE DRILL SERGEANT: Horseshoe Metals has completed its first drilling program at the company’s 100 per cent-owned Kumarina project in Western Australia. A total of 51 Reverse Circulation Percussion holes were drilled at the Rinaldi and North Show prospects for a total of 3,429 metres with holes ranging in depth from 26 to 149 metres. […]

Emmerson gives Goanna and Monitor the drill

THE DRILL SERGEANT: Emmerson Resources has extended the depth and strike of both the Goanna and Monitor discoveries at its 100 per cent-owned Tennant Creek project. Two new drill holes recently completed by the company have struck high-grade copper mineralisation. “The drilling continues to build on two very exciting discoveries that get better with each […]

Kula strikes more PNG gold

THE DRILL SERGEANT: Kula Gold has struck further intersections of gold mineralisation under thin limestone cover adjacent to the 685,000 ounce Kulumadau Resource at the company’s 100 per cent-owned Woodlark Island gold project in Papua New Guinea.   Woodlark Island Gold Project, PNG. Source: Company announcement   Highlights from recently received assay results include: –   […]

Deep Yellow releases Shiyela Resource

THE DRILL SERGEANT: Deep Yellow has had a maiden JORC Mineral Resource estimate completed for its Shiyela iron project in Namibia. The Shiyela project is located on an exploration licence which is held 100 per cent by Deep Yellow’s wholly-owned Namibian subsidiary, Reptile Uranium Namibia. The new Inferred Resource estimate totals 78.7 million tonnes at […]

Northern and Toro sign JV Agreement

THE BOURSE WHISPERER: Northern Minerals has signed a Joint Venture Heads of Agreement (HoA) with ASX-listed company Toro Energy. The Agreement will allow Northern to earn up to 80 per cent interest in all mineral rights other than uranium within Toro Energy’s Browns Range tenements in the Northern Territory.   The HoA includes seven tenements […]

Minotaur cashes up on Tunkillia sale

THE BOURSE WHISPERER: Minotaur Exploration is six million dollars better off after selling off its share of the Tunkillia gold project in South Australia. Minotaur said the sale will bolster its cash reserves and support an expanded exploration program through 2012 across its copper-gold tenements in the Gawler Craton of SA and around Cloncurry, Queensland. […]