Metal NRG Plc (LON: MNRG), the natural resource investing company, today announces that it has received preliminary results from the ALS Global laboratory in Tucson Arizona for samples taken from its Gold Ridge Project.
The preliminary results pertain to samples, taken earlier in September 2019, from a waste dump outside of the main entrance to the Gold Ridge Mine, and suggest a viable 1g/t of gravity recoverable gold from this specific waste dump. We are currently finalising the analysis of the lab results and will have a more detailed update early next week.
The company’s strategy is to progress project with cash generated from the projects itself. The initial indications from the work completed thus far at Gold Ridge would suggest that we are on the right track towards further developing the Gold Ridge Project.
Rolf Gerritsen CEO of MetalNRG said “I am pleased with these initial results which indicate that our strategy of generating early cashflow from existing projects to further develop these projects can work. We are now working on establishing the exact economic value of the waste dump and determining the most economical way of getting value from it. I look forward to giving the markets additional updates as we make progress early next week”.
Rolf Gerritsen, CEO of MetalNRG, arranged for the release of this announcement.
Christian Schaffalitzky, FIMMM, PGeo, CEng, is a director of the Company. He has reviewed the update and consents to the inclusion of the exploration information in the form and context in which it appears here. He is a Competent Person for the purposes of the reporting of these results.
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