Updated: Apr 13
✦ Michael Jardine, Managing Director of Ironbark Zinc Limited (ASX: IBG) explains what's coming up next with their ready made project.
The Citronen Zinc-Lead project is one with all its ducks lined up...and ready to fly.
The company's Citronen Zinc-Lead project in Greenland is an intriguing one.
This is because it has all the factors in place for mining and production to happen immediately. This sounds like everyone's dream project, and projects like that don't grow on trees. Furthermore, their Bankable Feasibility Study (BFS) which was released in July 2021 showed really positive signs. Another plus point to add to the project.
And yet, nothing is actually happening.
So that's where one's interest is piqued. What's happening here? Or rather, why isn't something happening here?
Michael Jardine, Managing Director of Ironbark Zinc Limited, drops in for a conversation with Noel Ong, CEO of Samso to share updates about the company and project.
Listen to what Michael Jardine says here:
00:56 Michael introduces the Ironbark Story.
01:42 Geology of the Citronen Zinc Project.
02:47 How has the market reacted to the BFS?
04:38 Zinc Price.
07:24 What is the process of breaking dirt for Ironbark?
09:55 How do you manoeuvre through the potential cost of Arctic mining?
13:10 Why Citronen is easier than other "Arctic" mining projects.
14:53 The Jurisdiction Question.
17:32 The Uranium Spanner in the Works.
18:15 Exploration upside of Citronen.
19:52 Greenland is a good place for a mining project.
21:22 The Green - ESG Zinc conversation.
24:55 What are the drivers of the Zinc market?
26:39 Substitution of Metals.
27:29 Can Citronen be a Green process?
29:44 Why invest in Ironbark?
31:45 The marketcap of Ironbark is low.
Plan view of the Citronen Deposit, showing current Zn Mineral Resource outline, drill hole and rock chip sample locations and Exploration Target areas.
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