Thor Mining PLC (ASX:LON:THR) QUARTERLY REPORT OCTOBER TO DECEMBER 2018

Commenting, Mr Mick Billing, Executive Chairman of Thor Mining, said:

“A positive quarter with progress on all core projects, and a strengthened cash position.”

“The appointment of corporate advisors to support and guide our efforts towards off-take & financing for Molyhil is a strategy we believe will improve our prospects of securing the best arrangement possible for our shareholders.”

“A number of potential scenarios are possible with various interested parties, and we hope to be in a position to advise progress shortly.”

“Additionally, the potential of nearby Bonya tenements, hosting tungsten, copper, and vanadium, provides potential upside for Molyhil, and also for other stand-alone development opportunities.”

“The improvement in the Pilot Mountain resource estimate is an additional welcome boost as we advance our technical studies.”

“Proof of Concept for ISR recovery for the Kapunda copper project is a significant critical step in this very exciting project.”

“We will continue to provide investors with regular updates in respect of activities and progress.”

CORPORATE & FINANCE

·    Exercise of warrants during the quarter raises UK£581,000 (approx A$1,035,000)

·    Cash position remains sound with forecast activities fully financed until late 2019.

 

TUNGSTEN PROJECTS

Tungsten and Molybdenum Price Trends

At the date of this report, the price of tungsten, per mtu of APT (Ammonium Para Tungstate) was US$262.50/mtu, while the molybdenum price has sits at US$11.25/lb.

Industry discussion continues to forecast tight supply conditions for tungsten concentrates and downstream products, with dominant supplier, China, enforcing improved environmental standards, and restricting the issue of new mine production licences. In addition, suggestions for molybdenum are for supply constraints for several years, and a number of potential molybdenum off-take partners have indicated a willingness to discuss fixed price purchasing agreements.

MOLYHIL TUNGSTEN PROJECT – NT (100% Thor)

During the quarter, Thor advised the appointment of London based Argent Partners to provide corporate advice aimed at optimising outcomes from financing the Molyhil project.

Various potential partners have expressed interest, and it is hoped that an acceptable arrangement can be finalised in the near term.

Earlier in the year, the Company also announced details of an updated Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) with attractive commercial outcomes.

Adjacent to Molyhil, the Bonya tenements, which Thor acquired an interest in earlier in the year, host outcropping tungsten deposits, a copper resource and a vanadium deposit, which is under evaluation.

A full background on the project is available on the Thor Mining website www.thormining.com/projects

Bonya (Tungsten, Copper, Vanadium)

Thor completed the acquisition of an interest in the Bonya licence area close to Molyhil during the September 2018 quarter. An initial drilling program is an important next step in assessing the tungsten deposits which directors believe, should add to both the life and the scale of Molyhil. Regulatory and traditional owner heritage clearance work to this end is in process, and an initial drilling program is expected to commence during the March 2019 quarter.

During the quarter Thor announced a maiden resource estimate for the Bonya copper deposit of 230,000 tonnes, grading 2.0% Copper (Cu), containing 4,600 tonnes of copper.

Full RNS Link Here http://share-talk.co.uk/announcements/rns/thor-mining-plc/quarterly-report-october-to-december-2018/201901301110455550O

 


 

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