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DeZwarteRidder
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Radio Hill: (Processing Facility and Nickel/Copper/Cobalt)
• Refurbishment program of Radio Hill metallurgical complex commences.
• Radio Hill will be refurbished as a cobalt/copper/nickel/zinc sulphide ore processing facility with a new gold recovery circuit.
• Provide multi-commodity processing facility for Artemis’ regional deposits.
• Radio Hill is a fully permitted processing facility.
• Stage 1 upgrades planned for 500,000 tonne per annum processing capacity.
• New gold circuit to be installed and integrated into the plant.
• 81 hole (9,000 metre) RC drill programme planned to design open pit to a vertical depth of 70 metres.
• Radio Hill remains principally unmined from a depth of 70 metres to near surface.
• Outcrop position (Test Pit) is only 400 metres from the Radio Hill plant.
• Fully approved Mining Lease with Heritage Agreements and Aboriginal heritage surveys in place.
• Drill rig was onsite for 10 January 2018.
• Plans to drill primary sulphide mineralisation to measured/indicated JORC category.
Whundo (Copper):
• Initial sale of stockpiled initial copper completed.
• Work continues on identifying addition oxide copper ore for potential sales.
DeZwarteRidder
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Silica Hills (Gold):
• Since the release on the 29 September 2017, a further estimated 3.6kg (115 ounces) of specimen gold has been recovered from Artemis’s Silica Hills Gold Project.
• Gold is located within quartz reefs/pods within a shear zone at Silica Hills, 12km north of Purdy’s Reward.
• Exploration continues to pay for itself, and Artemis now has enough geological information to design a drill programme.
• A Programme of Work (POW) for drilling was submitted.
• POW for test trenches and pits to the north of Silica Hills has been approved.

Munni Munni (Platinum Group/Gold):
• Significant Fortescue Group sediments identified overlying Munni Munni PGE deposit.
• 20km south-west of Purdy’s Reward and along trend.
• Munni Munni has approved Mining and Exploration Licences.
• Heritage agreements, heritage surveys and POWs are already in place.
• 2,218m of previously drilled Fortescue sediments identified in diamond core which has been stored at Munni Munni.
• 12,437m of RC drilling through the Fortescue sediments to be evaluated.
• 70:30 JV between Artemis and Platina Resources Limited (ASX:PGM).
DeZwarteRidder
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Radio Hill Re-Start Plans:

The Radio Hill plant has approximately 250,000 tonnes of stockpiled material available in the form of oversize, mill rejects, oxidised massive and semi-massive Run of Mine (ROM) material and copper supergene tailings from West Whundo copper supergene processing. This material has the advantage of being pre-mined and sitting on the ROM pad near the feed point to the plant. These stockpiles can simply be contract crushed and processed, resulting in a low operating cost as the material has no mining costs.
The Company is now in the process of sampling all of the available stockpiles on the ROM pad for their nickel, copper and cobalt grades. The results of this sampling programme are expected to be available in early 2018.
Work has also commenced on assessing the potential for open pitting the top of the semi-massive and disseminated nickel/copper/cobalt part of the Radio Hill ore body where it outcrops near to surface to find additional processing plant feed.
The WA Department of Mines, Industry, Regulation and Safety (“DMIRS”) has approved a significant drilling programme at the Radio Hill Mine, which is designed to define new primary Nickel, Copper and Cobalt mineralisation amenable to open pit mining8.
Apart from the small quantities of ore extracted from the small Trial Pit for metallurgical purposes back in 1985/86 by AGIP, only minimal tonnages have been extracted from the top 70m of the Radio Hill mine, mainly from historical underground operations.
Petex
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Artemis Resources Limited (“Artemis”) (ASX: ARV) advises that it has received firm “bought deal” commitments from Institutional clients of Patterson Securities Limited to raise an additional $2m (before costs) on the same terms as the $4.5m capital raise announced yesterday.

This additional capital raise will be through the issue of 10 million fully paid ordinary shares (“Shares”) at $0.20 per Share (together with 2.5 million free-attaching options exercisable at $0.25 each, and expiring 12 months from the date of issue).

David Lenigas, Artemis’s Executive Chairman, commented: “We had significant interest from institutions to increase the size of the capital raise and this additional funding takes Artemis’s cash reserves to over $20m. We have a lot to do over the coming months to prepare for the recommencement of production through our Radio Hill plant and fund the exploration and bulk sampling work on our conglomerate gold plays through 2018 and this new cash to bank will stand the Company in a very good and strong position as we move forward.”
Petex
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4.5 Mt of Cobalt/Copper/Gold JORC Resources at Carlow Castle - Karratha, Western Australia-


Highlights: • Significant increases in Carlow Castle JORC 2012 Resources. • JORC 2012 compliant Indicated and Inferred resources at 0.05% Co cutoff grade, have increased to 2.3 Mt @ 1.3 g/t Au, 0.11% Co, 0.5% Cu & 1.6 g/t Ag within a global resource of 4.5 Mt @ 0.9g/t Au, 0.07% Co, 0.4% Cu & 1.3 g/t Ag. • Deposits remain open and further drilling is planned in Q1 to expand resources. • Open Pit optimisation studies and scheduling have commenced. • Carlow Castle is only 30km north-east of Artemis’s Radio Hill treatment plant.

Petex
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David Lenigas, Artemis’ Executive Chairman, commented;
“We have seen a significant boost to tonnage in this latest resource estimate at Carlow Castle and we believe that this Project has the potential to be a significant new Cobalt province in Australia based upon recent exploration results. With the world cobalt prices now at US$79,750 a tonne (LME, 26 Jan 2018) (~AUD $98,000 a tonne), our Carlow Castle Project’s potential is looking very attractive. These three deposits reported on today are only a few of the many high priority targets now identified by Artemis over 50 km2. Apart from plans to continue drilling to expand the resource base further, we have now engaged consultants to run a fast-track scoping study to assess the potential economics of processing this material through our nearby and soon to be re-commissioned Radio Hill treatment plant. The Radio Hill plant upgrades are progressing well, and we continue to receive interest from international “Cobalt trading houses” for Artemis’s conflict-free Cobalt.”
easy56
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www.miningweekly.com/article/increase...

Increased capital raise takes Artemis cash reserves to A$20m
1ST FEBRUARY 2018

BY: MARIAAN WEBB
CREAMER MEDIA SENIOR RESEARCHER AND DEPUTY EDITOR ONLINE

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JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – Pilbara junior Artemis Resources has raised an additional A$2-million from institutional clients of Patterson Securities, taking the company’s cash reserves to more than A$20-million.

The additional capital will be raised through the issue of 10-million fully paid ordinary shares at A$0.20 a share, together with 2.5-million free-attaching options.

Earlier in the week, the company announced a A$4.5-million capital raise.

Executive chairperson David Lenigas said that the company had significant interest from institutions to increase the size of the capital raise.

“We have a lot to do over the coming months to prepare for the recommencement of production through our Radio Hill plant and fund the exploration and bulk sampling work on our conglomerate gold plays through 2018 and this new cash to bank will stand the company in a very good and strong position as we move forward,” Lenigas commented in a statement.

Artemis’ deposits are within 40 km of the Radio Hill processing plant and include one of Australia’s most exciting cobalt discoveries at Carlow Castle, diamonds at the Blacktop tenements as discovered by De Beers, copper and zinc at Whundo, a conglomerate gold deposit at Purdy’s Reward and Australia’s largest platinum resource at Munni Munni.

The company on Wednesday also reported significant increases in the Carlow Castle resource, which Lenigas said positioned the project to be a significant new cobalt province in Australia.

Carlow Castle has a code-compliant indicated and inferred resource has increased to 2.3-million tonnes at 1.3 g/t gold, 0.11% cobalt, 0.5% copper and 1.6 g/t silver, within a global resource of 4.5-million tonnes at 0.9 g/t gold, 0.07% cobalt, 0.4% copper and 1.3 g/t silver.

“With the world cobalt prices now at $79 750/t, our Carlow Castle project’s potential is looking very attractive. These three deposits are only a few of the many high priority targets now identified by Artemis over 50 km. Apart from plans to continue drilling to expand the resource base further, we now have engaged consultants to run a fast-track scoping study to assess the potential economic processing of this material through our nearby and soon-to-be recommissioned Radio Hill treatment plant,” Lenigas said.
Petex
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zeer benieuwd wat dit aandeel gaat doen de komende dagen......
Mee in het sentiment, of zet deze week de stijging in die ik zeker verwacht op korte termijn.
Lijkt ook wel een beetje, dat de koers laag gezet is, om belanghebbenden de gelegenheid te geven om in te stappen.
Ik heb in ieder geval afgelopen vrijdag weer bijgekocht!
Petex
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gezien de ontwikkelingen bij Artemis en aanstaande productie, zal dit aandeel eerdaags toch ook wel een keer gaan uitbreken vermoed ik.
Voorlopig sta ik met Artemis flink onder water, maar heb gestaffeld bij gekocht.
Last van het sentiment huidige markt, het kunstmatig laag houden van de koers voor financierders, of toch al een hoop in de koers verwerkt?
Ik denk eerdaags flink omhoog.

Fijn weekend!
Petex
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wat me overigens op is gevallen, dat mijn australische en canadese mining aandelen niet echt mee gedaan hebben in de forse daling.
Uiteraard wel gezakt, maar niet overdreven.
Enkele stegen juist afgelopen week vreemd genoeg.....
Heel benieuwd wat Artemis en Clean Teq gaan doen komende weken....
DeZwarteRidder
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quote:

Petex schreef op 10 feb 2018 om 15:41:


wat me overigens op is gevallen, dat mijn australische en canadese mining aandelen niet echt mee gedaan hebben in de forse daling.
Uiteraard wel gezakt, maar niet overdreven.
Enkele stegen juist afgelopen week vreemd genoeg.....
Heel benieuwd wat Artemis en Clean Teq gaan doen komende weken....

Dit soort mining-aandelen hebben meestal een fors afwijkende cyclus, met sterke overdrijving naar boven en beneden.
Petex
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quote:

DeZwarteRidder schreef op 10 feb 2018 om 15:44:


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Dit soort mining-aandelen hebben meestal een fors afwijkende cyclus, met sterke overdrijving naar boven en beneden.


dus op basis van persberichten en ander nieuws weinig voorspelbare factoren ten aanzien van de koers van dergelijke aandelen?
Dan zouden we puur van gokken moeten spreken met aandelen mining bedrijven.....
Op basis van nieuws en ontwikkelingen, verwacht ik van eerder genoemden eerdaags toch een uptrend.
Ik weet inmiddels dat dit aandelen zijn voor op de plank, maar probeer uiteraard mijn portefeuille wel een beetje te volgen en waar nodig soms wat te switchen.

Dank voor de reacties overigens, want gezien de snelheid van reageren in de grondstof topics, zit u er aardig bovenop in deze sector.
DeZwarteRidder
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Eerst heb je casino's en direct daarna komen de crypto-valutas en de junior mining-aandelen.
Petex
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Ik las vandaag, dat enkele miningaandelen flink geshort worden......
Verbaasd me enigszins, omdat daar ook tussen zitten waar niet echt veel beweging in zit.
Bij een plotselinge Spike, kan je flink mis zitten en vraagt veel geduld.....
Blij dat ik me daarmee niet echt bezig hou.
Petex
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ASX / Media Announcement 15 February 2018

High Grade Gold Results from Purdy’s Reward - Karratha, Western Australia-

Highlights: • Basal conglomerate bulk sampling returns gold grades including 87.7g/t, 46.1g/t, 17.7 g/t, 15.7 g/t and 10.6g/t. • Basement (Dolerite) bulk sampling, below the conglomerates, returned gold grades up to 4.1 g/t. • Bulk sample size has now increased to ~6 tonnes per sample from typically ~300 kg per sample with first results from these larger bulk samples expected shortly.


Ed Mead, Artemis’s Executive Director, commented;
“These excellent bulk sampling results, as received from Novo, clearly show very high grade gold results. The result is from the first of the shallow trenches dug at Purdy’s Reward, near the topographic basement high point for the area, where exposure of the gold bearing units daylight. The 2018 exploration season has now started in earnest.
Gold results from the basement dolerite unit grading up to 4.1 g/t are an extremely interesting development and further work is required to determine the ultimate significance of gold in the zone below the gold bearing conglomerates.
With an improved understanding of the extreme nugget effect at the Purdy’s Reward, increasing the bulk sampling size and a new reliable and consistent processing path now availbale through SGS Minerals, a lot more bulk sampling can be achieved in a shorter timeframe. Once we have the ability to quickly determine gold grade content, we can more accurately define the extent of the gold mineralisation in these conglomerates and the surrounding rocks.
Artemis is also pleased to see Novo’s comments with respect to their Powerline area on their adjacent Comet Well tenement, and the video link of the project within the text of the below release. This is seen as highly encouraging for the prosopectivity of our adjacent Elysian tenements immediately to the west of Comet Well.”
Artemis Resources Limited (“Artemis” or “the Company”) (ASX: ARV) is pleased to provide the following update by Novo Resources Corp. (“Novo”) on the Purdy’s Reward Conglomerate Gold Project. Novo is the manager of this project under the 50/50 joint venture arrangements. Purdy’s Reward is located south of Karratha in the Western Pilbara Region of Western Australia.
The relevant parts of the Novo news release (including figures) published on 14 February are shown below, with the addition of the JORC ‘Table 1’ appended to this release to comply with ASX requirements. Novo’s release can be read in full on its website.
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