Welcome to our roundup of some the foremost mining investment, exploration, and development stories on Theassay.com over recent weeks.
The company intends to use the net proceeds of the offering for the further exploration and development of its Beartrack-Arnett Gold Project located in Idaho, U.S., and for general corporate purposes.
Hugh Agro, president & CEO of Revival Gold, commented: “We welcome Donald Smith Value Fund, LP, as a significant new shareholder in the Company. Donald Smith’s investment is a strong endorsement of Revival Gold’s technical team and the exciting potential at our flagship Beartrack-Arnett Gold Project.”
Summa Silver Corporation (TSXV: SSVR | OTCQB: SSVRF) has revealed that it has increased the size of its previously announced brokered private placement offering of units of the company at a price of C$0.90 per unit for gross proceeds of up to C$10M. The initial private placement offering was at a price of C$0.90 per unit for gross proceeds of up to C$6M.
Galen McNamara, CEO of Summa Silver, stated: “The participation of First Majestic and Mr Eric Sprott in the current financing represents a significant endorsement of Summa Silver’s ongoing work and future potential at our two high grade U.S. silver projects. This year will be transformative for the company as we aggressively advance both projects.”
Similarly, Mako Gold Limited (ASX: MKG) has initiated a 7,000m, 1,400-hole auger drilling programme on the Ouangolodougou and Korhogo Nord permits, which constitute the Korhogo Project in West Africa.
“We are pleased to be advancing exploration on our Korhogo Project in the highly prospective Birimian greenstone belt which hosts Barrick’s 4.9Moz Tongon Gold Mine,” said Managing Director Peter Ledwidge.
Substantial drill results over the recent weeks started with Galantas Gold Corporation (TSXV & AIM: GAL | OTCQX: GALKF) continuing its drilling success by intercepting high-grade gold from its ongoing 4,000-metre drilling programme at the Omagh Project in Northern Ireland.
Northisle Copper and Gold Incorporated (TSX-V: NCX) announced that it has received the first assay results from its 2021 drill programme at Northwest Expo, Vancouver Island. The results have established a zone of high-grade, gold-rich porphyry mineralization, approximately three kilometres northwest of Northisle’s Red Dog Deposit.
Sam Lee, president & CEO of Northisle, said, “We are pleased with the results at Northwest Expo to date which demonstrates the potential to add higher grade resources to the North Island Project.”
Drilling results rounded up with United Lithium Corporation (CSE: ULTH | OTC: ULTHF | FWB: 0UL) announcing the completion of its nine core drill holes into a recently discovered spodumene bearing pegmatite at the Bergy Lithium project near Gävle, central Sweden. The new spodumene bearing pegmatite was discovered in December 2021, and assay results became available as of 20 January 2022. The company is continuing to drill at the new discovery.
“As we explore for world class gold deposits on our large land package in the heart of the Newfoundland gold rush, we value being part of the OTC Market Group and the efficient and transparent platform it provides to our U.S. shareholders,” said Exploits CEO Jeff Swinoga.