John Peters, MD of Strategic Minerals PLC (LON:SML)

 

 

Share Talk spoke to Strategic Minerals PLC Managing Director John Peters. We cover the news flow items over the last quarter. We speak in depth about how it’s producing asset in Northern America are instrumental in building a self sustaining package of assets and how this strategy fits into the company’s plan to build a cash generating portfolio of mining assets.

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Strategic Minerals Plc is an AIM-quoted, diversified mineral development and production company with projects in the United States of America, the UK and Australia. The Company is focused on acquiring and developing cash generative, high quality projects which meet local market demand for commodities and utilising this cash flow to undertake value added exploration.

In September 2011, Strategic Minerals purchased its first cash generating asset; the Cobre magnetite tailings dam project in New Mexico, USA which it brought into production in 2012 and which continues to provide a revenue stream for the Company. The portfolio was expanded in January 2016 with the acquisition of shares in Central Australian Rare Earths Pty Ltd, which holds tenements in Western Australia and the Northern Territory that are prospective for nickel sulphides, gold and rare earths. In May 2016, an additional exploration asset was acquired when the company entered into an agreement with New Age Exploration Limited to acquire up to 50% of the Redmoor Tin/Tungsten project in Cornwall, UK.

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