MiningMaven Podcast No 38 with Greatland Gold (LON:GGP) Directors Callum Baxter + Gervaise Heddle
Our guests on todays podcast are Greatland Gold (LON:GGP) Directors Callum Baxter and Gervaise Heddle.
Greatland Gold released news to market on Tuesday 9th August that planning has commenced for a comprehensive drilling programme at the companies Ernest Giles gold project in Central Western Australia; the region is home to several successful exploration discoveries such as Tropicana (AngloGold ASX:AGG), which contains over 7 million ounces, and Yamarna (Gold Road Resources ASX:GOR), with over 6 million ounces.
Full details of the announcement can be found here:
In todays podcast Callum and Gervaise discuss their aims and expectations from this forthcoming campaign and the Callum gives us a good overview of the prospectivity of the region. Essential listing for all Greatland Gold investors!
MiningMaven view: It is very encouraging to see Greatland aggressively moving forward operationally. The company is well funded and have are already commenced drilling at their Bromus Project so this latest news means that there will soon be two campaigns running concurrently . This is precisely the type of activity investors will want to see at this early stage in the recovery cycle.
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This interview was recorded on Wednesday 10th August 2016
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