Kerr to restart Arizona’s Copperstone ‘in near term’

Jan 24 08:01 2020 Print This Article

The US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has formally approved TSX-listed Kerr Mines’ mining plan of operation (MPO) at the Copperstone gold project, in Arizona.

The BLM this week issued a decision of record (DoR) based on a finding of no significant impact, marking the conclusion of the permit modification effort that started in 2018.

Read More

About Article Author

Junior Mining News

Dudley Pierce Baker is the founder and editor of Common Stock Warrants and a 1967 graduate of St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas with a major in accounting. A former for IRS agent, Baker has 35 years or so of accumulated knowledge and experience in trading stocks, options, leaps, futures, options on futures and of course, warrants. In March 2005, he founded and launched this new investment Market Data Service, Precious Metals Warrants, which provides the detail on all mining and energy company Warrants trading on the U.S. and Canadian Exchanges. As an investor, Baker looked all over for helpful information about US-Canada mining and energy industry's; he, therefore, proceeded to accumulate the sources of the information and then to build the website into a user-friendly place to get the details on all warrants trading on the mining and energy companies.

  Categories:

Related Items

The Rot Continues but Somewhat Less Dollar Friendly

Overview:  A new phase of the Covid-19 is at hand.  Yesterday was the first time that the number of new cases in the world surpassed the number of new cases China acknowledged.  This confirms what we have known, namely that the battle for containing it in China has been lost.  However, it was ...

Nigeria’s government licenses two gold refineries – mines minister

Nigeria's government has licensed two gold refineries to produce the metal for export and for the central bank to hold in its reserves, the mines minister said on Wednesday. Minister of Mines and Steel Development Olamilekan Adegbite told reporters in the capital, Abuja, that licences had been issue ...

Cardinal granted water licence in Ghana

ASX-listed junior Cardinal Resources has been granted a water extraction permit for its Namindi gold project, in Ghana, by the Ghanaian Water Resource Commission. The permit allows Cardinal to extract water from the White Volta river for mining and processing purposes and from boreholes within the m ...

Cardinal granted water license in Ghana

ASX-listed junior Cardinal resources has been granted a water extraction permit for its Namdini gold project, in Ghana, by the Ghanaian Water Resource Commission. The permit allows Cardinal to extract water from the White Volta river for mining and processing pruposes and from boreholes within the m ...

Barrick issues cease and desist notice to AJN over Kibali stake purchase

Barrick Gold, the operator of Congo's biggest gold mine, has issued a cease and desist notice to junior miner AJN Resources as it moves to block its acquisition of a 10% stake in the project, which it says the deal undervalues. Barrick and AngloGold Ashanti, which each own 45% of the Kibali mine, sa ...

Aurubis to intensify expansion in non-copper metals – CEO

Aurubis, Europe's biggest copper smelter, will build up its expansion into production of metals other than copper, its new CEO said on Thursday. "We will undertake over-proportional expansion metals which are not copper," said new CEO Roland Harings in an advance release of a speech at the company's ...

Implats to fund $4m programme to strengthen Waterberg DFS

JSE-listed Impala Platinum (Implats) has asked to have the terms of its purchase and development option in the Waterberg platinum project joint venture (JV) amended. TSX-and NYSE-listed Platinum Group Metals (PTM) on Thursday announced that Implats had, in consideration for the amendment, agreed to ...

Asia Morning: South Korea Keeps Its Nerve

Against the grain of public opinion – including the author’s – the Bank of Korea held rates steady at 1.25% this morning. In hindsight, that may be no bad thing. South Korea is likely casting an eye to China, Hong Kong and Singapore’s approach to mollifying the coronavirus slowdown. That i ...

Typical March Trading: Slow Start, Mid-Month Surge & Uninspiring Finish

Over the recent 21 years March has been a solid performing month for the market. Average gains over the period range from a low of 1.2% by NASDAQ to a respectable 1.7% by S&P 500, Russell 1000 and Russell 2000. March has also been the #2 performing month by average performance for S&P 500 and Russe ...