24 March 2014
Dart Mining hits the accelerator with a $9.9 million strategic plan to complete Unicorn PFS whilst also advancing surrounding exploration portfolio.
The Board of Dart Mining NL (DTM) has framed a 15-month strategic plan which involves staged expenditure of $9.9 million to accelerate completion of its preliminary feasibility studies (PFS) of the Unicorn base-metals project in north-eastern Victoria (Unicorn), as well as advancing its exploration portfolio within the region.
The programme’s initial stage is the already commenced petrology and mineralogy work to understand the potential impact and distribution of the Cu/Zn separation issue. Completion of that work by July 2014 will further clarify the full suite of inter-related pre-feasibility studies for Unicorn that will be required to outline a path to development.
|Final Director's Interest Notice||21/05/2014|
|Conventional Metallurgical Processing at Unicorn||21/05/2014|
|Quarterly Activities Report||28/04/2014|
|Quarterly Cashflow Report||28/04/2014|
|Dart Receives $1.1M Further R&D Grant||02/04/2014|
|Strategic Plan Adopted||24/03/2014|
|Half Year Accounts||14/03/2014|
|Report to Shareholders||04/03/2014|
|Resignation of Director Mr Christopher Bain||18/02/2014|
|Refocus back on NE Victoria||17/02/2014|