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Shares of Australian mining firm Greatland Gold, have continued their move higher after a delayed reaction to the news regarding its Havieron Mining Lease…
The company announced on Thursday morning that the Western Australian Department of Mines, Industry, Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) has granted its Mining Lease application for the Havieron gold-copper deposit.
Greatland stated that the lease covers a 12-block area that is subject to a Farm-in agreement between Greatland and Newcrest.
The agreement was signed back in March 2019 to explore and develop Greatland’s Havieron gold-copper deposit in Western Australia, with Newcrest having the right to earn up to a 70% interest
Greatland said that it expects to lodge a mining proposal with DMIRS for early works and construction immediately.
Greatland share price…
Yesterday saw the company’s share price gain 9.83% after a delayed reaction to the news. It has continued that rise today, currently trading at 19.96p per share, up another 5.04% at the time of this publication.
Its share price has risen a staggering 1011% for the year to date.
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