My optimism has never dimmed one little bit LA - if anything the shenanigans and games of the last couple of months have made me doubly certain of what we have on our hands at both Havieron and the wider Paterson province. The results from Minyari have only gone to reinforce that province wide theory even more IMO.
Tomorrow fortnight we will get the next instalment of the Havieron growth drilling - looking forward to it immensely.
Interesting post on the AZY thread on Hotcopper by a guy called Onceover who is a lifelong Aussie exploration geologist. The whole thread is a good read TBF.
He's comparing Minyari with Havieron and talking about how the cemented breccias would have formed. Also saying that sulphide breccias would probably show up on downhole surveys as IP anomalies - we know that NCM have said that they have identified additional targets within the 12 blocks of Havieron.
"Growth drilling programme at Havieron underway - initial focus on NW crescent and Northern Breccia - last results from Northern Breccia (reported 10 Dec 2020) included 298.8m @ 1.2g/t Au (HAD105) - potential block cave territory in my view - looking forward to next set of results"
"Looking forward to the next set of results" - Only 12 more trading days until we see them and who knows what we may see between now and then.
RE: Newcrest - next drilling results08 Apr 2021 12:34
Hi CHAIN, agreed that is one possibility over the next few weeks.
Newcrest said the following in their interim results last month.
"At Havieron, infill drilling (within the Inferred Mineral Resource Boundary) designed to support the delivery of an Indicated Mineral Resource estimate in the South East Crescent Zone and adjacent Breccia Zones has been completed. The results are in line with expectations and increase confidence in the continuity of the higher grade mineralisation. "
We know they are prepared to "drop" an MRE when the data is available as they announced the Red Chris one last Wednesday.
RE: Newcrest - next drilling results08 Apr 2021 12:17
I would expect to see some photos showing the significant progress on site since the last interim results in this quarterly. Remember the Tweet from GH where he said he was looking forward to the next set of results.
Not too long to wait - maybe we get some left field news between now and then - fingers crossed.
SP on the 16th Sept was 25p - The warrants would have been converted and covered under the bulk RNS at the end of the 6 month period.
I'm not bothered either way who or what is getting into GGP. It won't make the slightest bit of difference to my decisions here. As Hydrogen says - It would be good if whoever wants in is forced to pay a proper price for the privilege.
RE: Antipa’s ambitions for Minyari stoked by Havieron comparisons07 Apr 2021 11:56
Have a listen to Antipa's CEO chatting to Andrew Scott. He confirms that the mineralisation found seems to analogous to Havieron. We have a lot of ground along strike between Havieron and Minyari that has to be tested.
It my opinion it was more than likely GH - if you look at the financial report from November he had 9m options @ 2.5p and @3p left to exercise. As for timing - I guess he was under some form of time constraint to exercise them within a certain period after leaving his post.
Absolutely nothing concerning for me and happy to have the £495K added to the drilling fund.
I think what Hydro was trying to say is that Telfer will also be processing the Havieron ore and as there are no significant differences between the Telfer & Havieron ore then it should be able to process it without any issues.
TBF - If this were going to be a issue then NCM would not be currently building the mine infrastructure out in the middle of nowhere. They will need bulk samples to run through the plant to get the flow working correctly but there can't be any fundamental issues IMO.
Looks like they have been busy consolidating all the roadways down near the box-cut area. It looks to me like they might well have started the portal into the face of the box-cut - you can see a darker shadow at that position when compared to the 31st - not conclusive evidence but I think the timing would be about right.
It looks like there is now a drill rig positioned on the step-out that we noticed earlier in the week and there appears to be a new sump pad appeared up on an old drill site next to Lake Havieron. I guess that will be attacking the Northern / Eastern breccias from the other angle.
All in all - a busy 5 days with progress keeping well up to the schedule IMO.