Month: November 2019

Argonaut Gold Provides Update on San Antonio Permitting

Pete Dougherty, President and CEO stated: “We are disappointed with SEMARNAT’s decision to not approve the MIA for the San Antonio project. We have worked hard with the local community and have had positive feedback. We have tremendous support for the project from the local community of San Antonio and the surrounding areas, where members of the local population marched in support of the project and voiced unwavering support at the public information meeting during the MIA process. We continue to believe that San Antonio provides an opportunity for a model mine with the use of clean technologies that also provides near and long-term benefits to the region.”

Great Panther Revises Guidance for Tucano Gold Mine

GREAT PANTHER MINING LIMITED reports that it is revising its fourth quarter production guidance for its Tucano Gold Mine in Brazil to between 31,000 and 33,000 ounces of gold, down from 39,000 to 44,000 ounces. Accordingly, annual consolidated guidance, which includes the Company’s Mexican operations (and Tucano operations from the March 5, 2019 acquisition date), is adjusted to 142,000 – 149,000 gold equivalent ounces, an approximate 6% decrease from the midpoint of the prior production guidance range of 150,000 to 160,000 gold equivalent ounces.

Gomez Urrutia wins amparo against Grupo Mexico

The amparo forces Grupo Mexico to respect the strike at the San Martin Sombrerete mine, Zacatecas. The First Collegiate Court on Labor Matters granted an amparo to the National Union of Mining, Metallurgical, Steel and Similar Workers of the Mexican Republic (SNTMMSSRM) that heads Napoleon Gomez Urrutia, which forces the company Mexico Group to respect the strike at the San Martin Sombrerete mine, Zacatecas.

Advance Gold Starts Drilling Large 1000 X 500 Metres Continuous Chargeability Anomaly

Allan Barry Laboucan, President and CEO of Advance Gold Corp. commented: “We are very excited to drill this large chargeability anomaly as these kinds of targets are not easily found, especially in regions well known for big mines. What makes it particularly stand out is that the high chargeability is consistent from east to west on each survey line, and from line to line over the entire grid. One always has to be aware of possible false positives, such as the possibility of disseminated magnetite causing the chargeability anomaly. However, in this case there has been no magnetite found in the area and an historical magnetic geophysical survey by the Geological Survey of Mexico showed no magnetic anomaly.”

Alien Metals – Result of Annual General Meeting

Alien Metals Ltd announces that all the resolutions proposed at the Company’s Annual General Meeting, which was held in London earlier today, were passed unanimously on a show of hands.

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