The unusually mild weather patterns for the Valley of the Kings area make me wonder if construction of the Bruce Jack project might end up being ahead of schedule.
Infill drilling results on the Bruce Jack are news worthy but my interest is in the exploratory efforts such as the Kitchen and Flow zones.
Given the results of the Bulk Sample before permitting, almost 6,000 oz, it seems future funding of the project may come from actual production as the mine progresses. In other words, PVG may not have to borrow as much as originally projected.
I'm thinking "there's coffee in the pot' and it's in the process of percolating through early winter. We should be getting some more drilling results pretty soon and it would be nice to hear the good weather is giving PVG a jump in start up.
Even $17 an oz silver would open the cash flow. Makes me wonder what share price would look like if we went back to $20+.
It would be nice to see this project hit the ground running in a dead sprint.
Quartermain did not "jump ship" but was pushed out and given the opportunity to "cherry pick" as part of the "leave" package. He's one of the premier exploration/investor value CEO's in the industry so it's no surprise he's walked away the overwhelming winner.
For me, it's now a matter of whether he can and will dramatically up the time-line for construction. Investor Relations responded to one of my e-mails that they are on schedule but only indicated it was possible (my word) that construction would advance ahead of schedule.
I'll post any news I can find.
The president and CEO of the company responded to my inquiry re the company's vision of the future. There's way more than graphene to consider when thinking of the uses that graphite will be put to. There was also the exceptionally strong impression this man is "all-in" in terms of financial, mental, and emotional commitment.
Simply type the word graphene and add anything from cement, to diabetes, or quantum physics and see how many things in our world there are that WON'T be changed by graphite based research. Truly, the world is on the cusp of planet changing technology, even off-planet propulsion.
Every little tidbit contributes to a whole. If I run into anything I'll post here.