Updated: Apr 21
Matt Boyes, CEO of TNT Mines Limited (ASX:TIN) talks about drilling an old historical gold mine.
Mineral exploration is a marathon and takes time. Good things are well worth the wait, and the Eureka Gold Mine project could have interesting resources in the future.
Matt Boyes, CEO of TNT Mines Limited (ASX:TIN) chats with Noel Ong, CEO of Samso about the company's project of drilling an old historical gold mine that was last operated in the 1990s. With gold prices being of interest now, this could be something to keep an eye out for.
TNT Mines Limited has been putting money into the ground and it is important to remember that exploration is a process that cannot be rushed. The value adding process is slow.
Mr. Boyes breaks down what mineral exploration is all about and how the company's exploration is adding value for shareholders. Add value to your day with Mr. Boyes on Coffee With Samso Episode 86.
Explore with Matt Boyes:
All about TNT Mines
Upside for Eureka Gold Mine
Market sentiment now and in the 1990s
Easier decisions when there is more money
A more responsive market?
All about the Warriedar Gold Project
Plans & Management of the company
Positive implications of a rising gold price for Eureka
About Matt Boyes
TNT Mines Limited
Qualifications: BSc (Hons) Geol, MAIG, MAusIMM, MSEG
Mr Boyes is a qualified geologist and fellow of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy with 25 years’ industry experience and a strong background in mineral resource estimation, project development and operations management. He recently served as Chief Operating Officer for AIM-listed Patagonia Gold, successfully overseeing the construction of two stand-alone gold-silver heap leach projects in southern Argentina.
About TNT Mines Limited
TNT Mines is focused on the evaluation and development of undervalued, large-scale mining and brownfields exploration assets in tier one jurisdictions of Australia and North America.
Both Eureka and Warriedar have a history of gold production, are located close to established infrastructure including operating gold mills and demonstrate the potential for the rapid delineation of shallow high-grade gold resources.
In May 2020, TNT acquired 100% of the East Canyon uranium-vanadium project in San Juan County, Utah.
East Canyon is located 50km north via a major highway from the only conventional fully permitted and operating uranium mill in the US and the project claims contain multiple historic workings with visible mineralisation.
TNT also owns the Pelley Ridge zinc project in Montana and a greenfields exploration project in Western Australia’s Yilgarn gold district.
In progressing all its projects, the Company prioritises responsible environmental management and genuine consultation with local communities.
TNT Mines LIMITED
1202 Hay St
West Perth 6005
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