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Berkeley Energia to migrate to LSE main board this week

By: Creamer Media Reporter      4th June 2018 Uranium project developer Berkeley Energia said on Monday that its admission to the main market of the LSE and the Madrid, Valencia, Bilbao and Barcelona stock exchanges (SSE) should be effective this week. The LSE migration should occur on Wednesday, at which stage trading in the company’s... 

Berkeley appoints COO

By: Creamer Media Reporter      14th May 2018 Uranium-focused Berkeley Energia has appointed corporate executive Sean Wade as COO to identify and lead strategic business development opportunities. Prior to joining Berkeley, Wade was director of international media and investor relations at Georgia’s largest bank, TBC. During his time at the... 

Berkeley Energia to list on LSE, Spanish stock exchanges

By: Marleny Arnoldi     2nd May 2018 Uranium developer Berkeley Energia (currently Aim-listed) on Wednesday announced its intention to apply for admission of its ordinary shares to the main board of the LSE and to the Spanish Stock Exchanges (SSEs) of Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao and Valencia.  

Forsys lifts private placement to $660 000, on track for 76% cost reduction by 2017

By: Henry Lazenby     18th August 2016 Uranium project developer Forsys Metals has increased the amount of a private placement announced on Monday by a further $120 000 to $660 000, after it received additional interest from existing and new subscribers. The placement price has also been revised upwards by a cent to $0.06 a unit. Each... 

Uranium becoming a spearhead of Namibian mining

By: Dylan Stewart     15th May 2015 Uranium has played a leading role in driving the Namibian mining industry, says audit, tax and advisory service provider KPMG Namibia senior partner Robert Grant. 

Renewed uranium market interest piques curiosity in Norasa

By: Henry Lazenby     12th May 2015 The relatively positive trend in uranium spot prices since the start of the year has resulted in somewhat renewed interest in the sector’s undeveloped projects. Following a week of intensive meetings with institutional investors in Toronto, the mining finance capital of the world, director and... 

Forsys stock rallies on ‘robust’ feasibility study for ‘construction ready’ Namibia project

By: Henry Lazenby     18th March 2015 Namibia-focused uranium project developer Forsys Metals has reported a 14.8% rise in reserves, higher yearly and life-of-mine output and lower operating costs for its Norasa uranium project, in the Erongo region, following the completion of a feasibility study (FS). Norasa comprises the Valencia... 

Forsys reports positive metallurgical results for Namibia project

By: Creamer Media Reporter      26th November 2014 SGS South Africa has completed a metallurgical study on Namibia-focused uranium explorer Forsys Metals’ Norasa project, which comprises the Valencia and Namibplaas projects. The metallurgical study was a major component of the feasibility study (FS) for the project, which was being prepared by... 

Forsys Metals Corp starts feasibility study for Namibia flagship

By: Henry Lazenby     7th July 2014 Canadian project developer Forsys Metals on Monday said it had engaged engineering and project management firm Amec to start a feasibility study for its 100% owned and permitted Norasa uranium project, located in Namibia. The Toronto-based firm had also appointed SGS South Africa to complete... 

Exploring Namibia’s rich uranium reserves

By: Carina Borralho     16th May 2014 Having been involved in the Namibian mining industry since the early 2000s, advanced-stage Canadian explorer Forsys Metals says that it continues to see growth potential in the region and describes Namibia as a mining-friendly and politically stable country. “We have a long history with the... 

Forsys Metals lifts Namibian flagship grade and reserves

By: Henry Lazenby     11th February 2014 Namibia-focused uranium explorer Forsys Metals, which is developing the Norasa project, comprising the Valencia main, satellite pits and Namibplaas deposits, on Tuesday announced a 30% rise in the project’s compliant reserves and grade. The Toronto-based firm said it had completed an updated... 

Forsys Metals lifts Namibian flagship’s resources

By: Henry Lazenby     8th October 2013 Namibia-focused uranium explorer Forsys Metals has completed a resource update for its flagship Norasa project, in the country, lifting the measured and indicated resources by 10% and increasing the average grade by 13%. The Canadian National Instrument 43-101-compliant measured and indicated... 

Forsys Metals updates Namibia resource, to consolidate projects

By: Henry Lazenby     28th September 2012 Namibia-focused uranium project developer Forsys Metals on Friday reported an updated National Instrument 43-101-compliant resource for its Namibplaas project, which had paved the way to start work on a technical report (TR) aimed at consolidating it with the company’s other nearby project,... 

Yellowcake to top $80/lb by ’14 – Forsys boss

By: Henry Lazenby     17th May 2012 Namibia-focused uranium junior Forsys Metals on Thursday said it was rapidly advancing studies to consolidate its Valencia and Namibplaas landholdings to potentially develop the world’s next significant uranium mine. The Toronto-, Frankfurt- and Windhoek-quoted firm has one of the most advanced... 

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