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Shares of AIM-listed mining company Vast Resources (LON: VAST) are rallying after the company announced the decline project to Level 19 is progressing on schedule and it has commenced mining fresh higher grade ore at its Baita Plai Polymetallic Mine ‘Baita Plai' in Romania.
Mining and concentrate production will continue uninterrupted during the development phase at Baita Plai, with underground production currently focused on Levels 17 & 18 in addition to the new mining area on Level 19.
According to Vast’s new mechanised mine plan, exploration drilling targeting the downdip extension of the Antonio skarn from 19 to 22 level will begin in June 2021.
The new mechanised mining equipment has begun to arrive on-site, with the remaining equipment expected to arrive under the new mine plan schedule.
The company stated that no further funding was required to implement the new mechanised mining plan, and any future capital expenditure will be financed from cashflows.
“I am delighted with the operational progress that we have made in recent weeks and we remain well capitalised to achieve our development plan at Baita Plai without needing to come back to the market for the foreseeable future,” said Andrew Prelea, CEO of Vast Resources.
Vast’s share price is currently trading 31.48% above Monday’s close at 0.1019p.
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