Metals X is looking for buyers for its entire Western Australian copper portfolio, including the Nifty, Maroochydore and Paterson exploration projects.
Metals X plans to increase production and extend the mine life by a decade at the Renison tin joint venture project in Tasmania.
Metals X has locked in a $32 million joint venture with IGO at the Paterson base metals exploration project in Western Australia.
Metals X will explore “various options” for its copper assets, including joint ventures, partial or complete divestment of some or all assets, in a strategic review.
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Metals X has decided to immediately suspend mining activities at its Nifty copper mine in Western Australia following an operational review, leaving almost 300 people jobless.
Rumble Resources and AIC Mines have signed an earn-in and exploration joint venture (JV) agreement to develop the Lamil gold-copper project in the Paterson Province, Western Australia.
Capricorn Metals’ CEO and CFO have resigned after three company directors were replaced following a shareholder vote.
Metals X has secured $50 million in institutional funding for the ramp-up of the Nifty copper project in Tasmania.
Metals X has suspended underground operations at the Nifty copper mine in Western Australia to undertake remedial repairs.
South Australian company Southern Gold have reached a major milestone with their first pour from the Cannon Gold Mine near Kalgoorlie.
Mining operations have commenced at South Gold’s Cannon gold mine.
A small earthquake at Tasmania’s Renison tin project has created a temporary production halt.
The Mount Henry Gold Project has entered a new chapter, having been acquired by Metals X Limited.
Gold and tin miner Metals X is set to acquire a 75 per cent interest in the Central Tanami gold project.
A small group of Australian companies are leading resurgence in the global tin industry, writes Andrew Duffy.
Westgold and Metals X have announced today they will merge.