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Mr. Hird is an experienced finance professional from the natural resources sector who brings a wealth of expertise in driving the strategic analysis, financing, reporting and governance of mining companies. Prior to his appointment at Kaz Minerals plc, he was Company Secretary and Group Reporting Manager at Vedanta Resources plc. He has also served as Chief Financial Officer at African Minerals Limited and more recently, as Chief Financial Officer at Sierra Rutile Limited until its acquisition by Iluka Resources Limited.
Canada’s Strongbow Exploration Inc., which is trying to reopen one of the U.K.’s most iconic mines, plans to list in London next month. The explorer, looking to restart production at the South Crofty tin mine in Cornwall, southwest England, will apply for admission to London’s lightly regulated AIM market, it said in a statement Monday. The Vancouver-based company expects its shares to list in June.
Strongbow Exploration (SBW.V), the Canadian company that is seeking to revive tin production in Cornwall, southwest England, plans to join London's AIM exchange for growing companies next month, it said on Monday. It had previously told Reuters it would seek a London listing to raise development capital without giving dates. Strongbow is hoping the London listing will help to raise 25 million pounds over the next 18 months to study the feasibility of resuming production, with a target date of 2021, at what it says is "one of the highest grade undeveloped tin projects globally".
Strongbow Exploration, the Canadian company that is seeking to revive tin production in Cornwall, southwest England, plans to join London's AIM exchange for growing companies next month, it said on Monday. It had previously told Reuters it would seek a London listing to raise development capital without giving dates. "The company expects that admission will become effective in June 2018," it said in a statement, adding it would also retain its Canada listing for now.
Strongbow Exploration Inc. (SBW.V) (“Strongbow” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce its intention to apply for admission of its common shares (the “Common Shares”) to trading on the AIM Market (“AIM”) of the London Stock Exchange (“Admission”). The Company expects that Admission will become effective in June 2018.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, April 06, 2018-- Strongbow Exploration Inc. reports that Mr. Glenn Kondo will not be assuming the CFO role on June 1 as announced on March 21, 2018.. Kondo has accepted a role ...
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, March 28, 2018-- Strongbow Exploration Inc. is pleased to announce that, pursuant to the Share Purchase Agreement announced March 17, 2016, regarding the acquisition of the ...
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, March 21, 2018-- Strongbow Exploration Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Glenn Kondo as Chief Financial Officer as of June 1, 2018. Zara Boldt in this role, ...
When South Crofty ceased operating, it brought the curtain down on two millennia of tin mining in the southwestern county of Cornwall. Strongbow Exploration is focused on South Crofty itself, which needs to be dewatered before any new mining can occur. Strategic Minerals is drilling the Redmoor site, a historic tin mining area also hosting tungsten reserves.
Strongbow Exploration, the Canadian company that is seeking to revive tin production in Cornwall, southwest England, plans to list this year on London's AIM exchange for growing companies to raise development funding, its CEO said. Cornwall historically was a mining hub for metals such as tin and copper and its South Crofty mine was the last tin mine to close in England in 1998.
The British government has handed out 850,000 pounds ($1 million) for research that uses satellites to identify deposits of minerals, including battery metal lithium, as part of efforts to bolster the economy after the exit from the European Union. The project named the Satellite Applications Catapult is seeking to assess the quality of mineral structures, to ensure exploration spending is focused on the best deposits, by analysing satellite images of geology and vegetation, British miner Cornish Lithium, which is participating, said. Others involved in the project include the British Geological Survey, the Camborne School of Mines, which is part of Exeter University, and environmental consultancy North Coast Consulting.
Strongbow Exploration Inc. , is pleased to announce that Siltbuster Process Solutions Ltd. and Nomenca Ltd. have been engaged to undertake Process Specification and Outline Design Works for a water treatment ...