Updated: Aug 25
✦ The company is moving towards its Feasibility Study and Andrew Radonjic, Managing Director of Venture Minerals Limited (ASX:VMS) updates us on the company's progress as it transitions to being a World Class Tin Producer.
Investors are in for a treat with this conversation with Mr. Radonjic. The road towards production is a long one, but it is exciting to follow the story of a company that is already on this path.
Patience is the key to looking at a company's future. Exploration requires the magic ingredient called Time.
So what does it take to make a company a World Class Tin and Tungsten producer? That is the burning question investors and anyone with a passion in this industry want to ask Mr. Radonjic.
The thing that is making people interested and wanting to know more about Venture Minerals is that at one point it was characterised by volatility in its share prices. And now that has really gone down. What this means is, (and Noel Ong, CEO of Samso is a passionate advocate of this) investors need to get crackin´and start on their DYOR (Do Your Own Research). Potential investors would find it worth their while to really learn about the company, get curious and ask questions.
So if any of you reading this have questions waiting to be answered, reach out to Mr. Radonjic.
Noel discusses with Mr. Radonjic on what's been happening in the company. Catch up on the updates about:
Every one of these projects is brimming with a life of their own. While they may be known as 'the other projects', they all pull their own weight. Learn more about them here:
Tune in to what Mr. Radonjic says here:
01:09 Thor Update.
01:43 The Thor JV is now confirmed.
04:44 Thor could get bigger.
06:14 Team getting ready for upcoming Feasibility Studies.
10:26 What's the difference in the study now and in 2012?
14:18 Is the current resource robust enough?
19:22 Is the margin better now? Can the other metals be a credit to the process?
23:46 What is the potential of non-Tin and non-Tungsten metals?
30:10 What are the exploration potentials?
31:35 Could the current Geopolitical Issues be positive for the Tungsten market?
37:02 Thoughts on nationalism on metal mining.
39:53 Is the Green Tin still a possibility?
45:11 Rehabilitation can be positive for the environment.
46:46 Other projects.
49:24 News flow.
51:03 Why the feasibility study should be "easier".
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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, totalling 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 a founder and recently was a director of Blackstone Minerals Limited (ASX: BSX).
About Venture Minerals Limited
Venture Minerals Ltd (ASX: VMS) has refocused its approach to developing the Mount Lindsay Tin-Tungsten Project in northwest Tasmania, already one of the world's largest undeveloped Tin-Tungsten deposits. With higher Tin prices and the recognition of Tin as a fundamental metal to the battery revolution, Venture has commenced an Underground Feasibility Study on Mount Lindsay that will leverage off the previously spent +$35m on feasibility work.
At the neighbouring Riley Iron Ore Mine, the company entered an exciting phase as it moved from a highly successful explorer to producer with completion of the first shipment. In Western Australia, Chalice Mining (ASX: CHN) recently committed to spend up to $3.7m in Venture’s South West Project, to advance previous exploration completed by Venture to test the priority 20 km long Thor target.
At the Company’s Golden Grove North Project, it has already intersected up to 7% Zinc, 1.3% Copper and 2.1g/t Gold at Orcus and has identified several, strong EM conductors to be drill tested along the 5km long VMS (Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide) Target Zone, along strike to the world class Golden Grove Zinc-Copper-Gold Mine.
Venture recently doubled the Nickel-Copper-PGE landholding at Kulin by securing two highly prospective 20-kilometre long Ni-Cu-PGE targets.
Contact Venture Minerals Limited
Suite 3, Level 3
24 Outram Street, West Perth
Western Australia 6005
P.O. Box 1175,
West Perth, WA 6872
t/ +61 (08) 6279 9428
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