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BayHorse Silver: Expertise An Interview with CEO Graeme O'Neill

There are a lot of business models for junior mining companies. Not all work all the time and when times are tight Bayhorse (V.BHS) CEO Graeme O’Neill wants “to deliver value to shareholders as quickly as I can.” “We have to get out of the fund and spend cycle. Get production at a reasonable rate.” […]

Beaufield: Cash and Prospects An Interview with CEO Jens Hansen

In this market simply surviving is an achievement. For Beaufield Resources (V.BFD) survival has meant running the company “pretending we don’t have any money” says CEO Jens Hansen who quickly added that, in fact, the company has between 3 and 4 million in its treasury. Beaufield has been around since 1986 but in the late […]

Carlisle Goldfields: Brownfields to Gold Pits CEO Abraham Drost talks about Advancing Lynn Lake Manitoba

When Sandstorm Gold took over Premier Royalty, Abraham Drost had the opportunity to move from the structured financing gold space to taking on development of a gold mining operation at Bruce Reid’s Carlisle Goldfields (T-CGJ). Reid and Drost had been talking for a couple of years but it was not until December of 2013, when […]

Northern Graphite: Rounding Graphite’s Edges An Interview with CEO Greg Bowes

If you want to make a lithium-ion battery (LiBs) you need a little lithium and a lot of graphite. Graphite is the anode material in the battery but not just any graphite. It must be flake graphite that can be economically rounded and purified to form spherical graphite “SPG” the product that is actually used […]

Orefinders: A Stockpile of Gold An Interview with President Bill Yeomans

Metallurgy can make all the difference to the economics of a gold deposit. Orefinders’ (V.ORX) announcement that it achieved a 93% gold recovery rate on rock from the stockpiles at its Kirkland Lake Ontario Mirado stockpile was critical news for this junior. In the March 12, 2014 release announcing the metallurgical results President Bill Yeomans […]

International Enexco: Promise of eU3O8 An Interview with COO Bill Willoughby

UPDATE:March 19 – Denison Mines Signs LOI to Acquire International Enexco – read full release. Drilling for uranium in the Athabasca Basin in the far North of Saskatchewan is cold work. But for International Enexco (V.IEC)  the winter drilling season has produced a tantalizing look at the basement rock 650 meters down at the Mann […]

GoGold: Aiming to Pour Gold/Silver in May An Interview with CEO Terry Coughlan

We last spoke to GoGold (T.GGD) CEO Terry Coughlan in August 2013 GoGold had just received the permits for its Parral Tailings project in Chihuahua Mexico. A lot has happened since then. First off, construction when we talked to Coughlan at the beginning of March was 60% complete. “We’ll begin stacking ore in April and […]

Alibaba: Rewarding Hydrothermal Graphite The Best Idea at PDAC

All over the world there are core shacks, drill logs, aerial survey data and records of the millions of drill holes geologists have sunk into what they hoped would be mineral deposits. Is there a hydrothermal graphite deposit in this mountain of data? Alibaba Resources is counting on a big reward, 2 million dollars, and […]

Alderon: Pillars of Production CEO Tayfun Eldem Updates Kami Iron Ore Project

Building an iron mine is about more than the iron ore deposit. Alderon  (T.ADV) President and CEO Tayfun Eldem explains there are “Three pillars: power, transportation and shipping.” With its February 25th announcement of a Power Purchase Agreement with Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro Alderon has secured its power requirements. “The Power Purchase Agreement was a […]

Cartier Resources: Drilling Down in the Abitibi An Interview with CEO Philippe Cloutier

In the new junior mining world new, more realistic, business models drive investment. For Philippe Cloutier, President and CEO of Cartier Resources (V.ECR) that means “giving investors an exit strategy and making money.” As Cloutier puts it, you begin with “Location, location, location!”, in this case the prolific Abitibi Gold Belt in the mining friendly […]

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