Updated: Apr 13
✦ Andrew Radonjic, Managing Director of Venture Minerals Limited (ASX:VMS) talks about the company's Green Tin Story.
With the surging tin price, Venture Minerals' Mount Lindsay project is taking the spotlight. The company is clearly now a major player in the tin industry, and the nature of its infrastructure is consolidating that as its default status.
When tin and tungsten prices dropped, Venture Minerals Limited shelved the Mount Lindsay project. What was originally the company's flagship project is now setting sail again as the recent surge in tin price is changing the value of the project.
Now, the company is going back to test the Renison Mine Sequence which has been the focus for Venture Minerals. It had been temporarily paused since its last drilling activity in 2013. The results of the drilling is showing a strong indication of a repetition of the mineralising sequence.
Noel Ong, CEO of Samso talks to Mr. Radonjic about the company's Green Tin Story and how it is ESG-compliant, as well as why investors should really see the Mount Lindsay project as a prize and discover its untapped potential.
Tune in to these chapters:
01:11 Andrew explains the drilling results and what it means for Venture Minerals Limited.
07:33 Reasons why Mount Lindsay is a Prize.
12:06 What does the 150m Alteration Halo mean ?
15:36 What is a good Tin grade?
18:55 What is the best way to mine Mount Lindsay?
23:16 Why Investors should look at the untapped potential of Mount Lindsay.
25:44 The Green Tin Story Begins.
29:56 Green Tin, a Rising Tin Price and compliant ESG for Venture Minerals.
32:01 Tin Association predicting extra demand of 60,000T of Tin.
32:24 More reasons why the price of Tin will continue to rise.
36:59 Samso's thoughts on Venture Minerals.
39:18 Final Words from Andrew Radonjic - The Grey Fox.
About Andrew Radonjic
Qualifications: BAppSc (Mining Geology), MSc (Mineral Economics), MAus/MM
Mr. Radonjic is a geologist and mineral economist with over 30 years of experience in mining and exploration, with an initial focus on gold and nickel in the Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia. Andrew has fulfilled a variety of senior roles which gave rise to three gold discoveries, totaling in excess of 3 million ounces in resources and resulting in 1.5 million ounces being produced. Since 2006 Andrew has been an executive director with Venture Minerals, which he has been co-leading during the discovery of the Mount Lindsay Tin-Tungsten deposit. Andrew is also a non-executive director with Blackstone Minerals.