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A decade in the wilderness will end in the next few weeks for one of the world’s best undeveloped deposits of titanium minerals when Strandline Resources releases an updated feasibility study into its Coburn project

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There is a significant opportunity for investors in Battery Minerals on the back of strong progress at the company’s Mozambican graphite project, says broker Hartleys (reports Stockhead).

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NT-focused explorer Todd River Resources (ASX: TRT) is cashed up, drilling again at its Mt Hardy base metal discovery and, with an enterprise value of just over $7 million, offers investors significant leverage to exploration success. These are the key conclusions of experience Sydney-based resource analyst Mark Gordon from Independent Investment Research (IIR) in an updated research report released this week.

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The eagerly-awaited $70 billion LNG construction boom is about to kick-off in Mozambique – and RBR Group is positioning itself to grab a slice of the action (report Stockhead). RBR Group (ASX:RBR), which has a market capitalisation of just $17 million, told investors in its latest ASX update that it had now “laid the foundations to secure a slice of the $70 billion Mozambique LNG construction boom”. RBR is the only ASX-listed company which gives investors a direct exposure to this opportunity in Mozambique.

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Plus, Chalice set for first results from drilling near rich Fosterville gold mine

It’s been worth the wait to finally hear from Rio Tinto (ASX:RIO) as to what it is on to at its Winu (named after an old soak from an aboriginal word meaning thirsty) copper-gold-silver discovery in Western Australia’s Paterson province. 

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Corporate deals in the gold sector and copper discovery announcements dominated the news cycle in mining this week, though the more interesting share-price moves where in a part of the industry that some politicians wish would go away: coal.

Corporate deals in the gold sector and copper discovery announcements dominated the news cycle in mining this week, though the more interesting share-price moves where in a part of the industry that some politicians wish would go away: coal. Gina Rinehart, Australia’s richest person, demonstrated decisively her belief that coal is here for the long term, especially metallurgical coal, by plopping down $740 million to buy the shares she doesn’t already own in Riversdale Coal which is developing a mine in Canada.

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Copper is on a tear in 2019 but it could be sign of a bigger things to come (reports Stockhead). The problem is, when it does take off, who’s going to be ready for it? MineLife director Gavin Wendt said the current price action reminds him of zinc prices a couple of years ago, which soared more than 250 per cent in less than two years. Back then, it was about a looming supply deficit, but nobody knew when the pressure would actually release.  

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Perth-based gold developer Bardoc Gold (ASX: BDC) is poised to super-charge its Australian gold strategy

Perth-based gold developer Bardoc Gold (ASX: BDC) is poised to super-charge its Australian gold strategy after yesterday unveiling an impressive capital raising of up to $11.3 million. Bardoc – which burst onto the junior WA gold scene over the past 18 months with a series of M&A transactions – has made it clear it is in a hurry to build a large resource base in WA’s prolific North Kalgoorlie district as the foundation for a long-term gold business.

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