7 minnesota ghost towns - historic mining towns to explore

7 minnesota ghost towns - historic mining towns to explore

Minnesota has a great history of mining and logging which is a perfect mix for the existence of fascinating and historical ghost towns. With several hundred small towns, it is not uncommon to come across a ghost town when driving across the state.

Most of the early bustling towns that solely depended on mining or milling have dwindled away leaving behind runs and eerie looking ghost towns. These towns provide a great opportunity for you to explore that states past. Here are some of the best ghost towns you should visit.

The town was initially known as Elba after the first iron mine opened in the area by the Minnesota Iron Company before the name was later changed to Elcor. Several other mines were later developed around the town bring in more and more miners.

When all the residents had left the town all the company owned houses were torn down and today only foundations of a few of those houses can be seen. A new Minorca Mine has been set up at the site of the town but not much activity has been recorded in the area.

Manganese is located off County Road 30 at about two miles north of the Trommald in Wolford Township within the Crow Wing County. The town was set up in around 1910 following the establishment of a manganese mine nearby. It had a post office that operated between 1912 and 1924 and other business such as general stores, saloons, churches, a school and a hotel among others that supported the miners.

In the 1960s when all the ore had been exhausted, the town was abandoned. Today the only remnants of the town are the concrete sidewalks and rubbles from the falling structures. This Minnesota ghost town has now been overgrown with trees and grass and most of the structures destroyed by the elements.

Masaba was a prosperous mining town established in the early 1900s. The town was supported by three important iron mines: Spring Lake Mine, Vivian Mine, and Graham Mine. The town was home to over a thousand residents and had a post office, a school, churches, saloons, general stores, a social hall, a gambling house and several other businesses.

It began to decline during the First World War when the mining stopped and most of the miners moved away. There were efforts in the 1920s to revive the mining but it was not very successful. The town was eventually dissolved in 1947.

Mitchell was an important railroad town that supported mining activities in this Minnesota region. The town was established by the Duluth, Missabe &Northern Railroad to serve as the main stage between Duluth ore docks and Hibbing.

With steam engine locomotive for transporting iron ore, the railroad needed workers to do the job. This lead the growth of the town of Mitchell which had a post office, a boarding house, general stores, a hotel, a school, churches and other businesses that served both the resident railroad workers and travelers.

Mitchel began to decline in 1950 when the Duluth, Missabe, and Iron Range Railroad begun to convert its locomotives to diesel. This reduced considerably the number of employees the company needed and the decision not to upgrade its Mitchell service shop to a diesel service shop meant that the town was doomed to fail.

The Old Crow Wing ghost town is located at the confluence of the Crow Wing and the Mississippi rivers in the Fort Replay Township in Crow Wing County. The town was an early settlement by the French traders and became the county seat for the Crow Wing County in the 1850s through 1860s. At its peak, the town had close to 1,000 residents most of who were the local Ojibwe tribe.

When the county seat was moved the town begun to decline and was eventually abandoned. Today the town is being restored by the Crow Wing State Park and already one original house has already been restored.

Forestville is an important ghost town that you should visit in Minnesota. The town is located in section 13 of the Forestville Township within Fillmore County. Forestville was established in 1852 and had several hundreds of residents by 1855 attracting a post office that operated in the area until 1902 when it was shut down. At its peak, the town had a sawmill, hotels, general stores, a blacksmith shop and a cabinet shop among other business.

Placer gold was discovered in a creek near the Zumbro River in 1857. This led to a local gold rush that created the Sacramento mining camp. The town thrived for a number of years and had a post office, saloons, gambling houses, a hotel and a host of other businesses.

manganese x energy corp. announces mineral resource estimate for battery hill manganese project - junior mining network

manganese x energy corp. announces mineral resource estimate for battery hill manganese project - junior mining network

Montreal, Quebec--(Newsfile Corp. - July 7, 2021) - Manganese X Energy Corp. (TSXV: MN) (FSE: 9SC2) (OTC: MNXXF) ("Manganese" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the first Mineral Resource Estimate for its Battery Hill Manganese Project of 34.86 million tonnes of Measured and Indicated mineral resources grading 6.42% Mn, plus an additional 25.91 million tonnes of Inferred mineral resources grading 6.66% Mn. The mineral resource estimate was prepared in accordance with the CIM Definition Standards for Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves (2014) and is tabulated in Table 1.

1) Mineral resources were prepared in accordance with the CIM Definition Standards for Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves (MRMR) (2014) and CIM MRMR Best Practice Guidelines (2019).2) Mineral resources are defined within an optimized pit shell with average pit slope angles of 45 and a 3.7:1 strip ratio (waste : mineralized material).3) Pit optimization parameters include: pricing of US$1500/tonne for High Purity Manganese Sulphate Monohydrate - 32% Mn (HPMSM - 32 %), exchange rate of CDN $1.30 to US$ 1.00, mining at CDN $6.50/t, combined processing and G&A (1000 tpd) at CDN $86.22/t processed and a process recovery of Mn to HPMSM of 65%. Fe content was not included in the pit optimization.4) Mineral resources are reported at a cut-off grade of 2.50 % Mn within the optimized pit shell. This cut-off grade reflects total operating costs used in pit optimization to define reasonable prospects for eventual economic extraction by open pit mining methods.5) Mineral resources were estimated using Ordinary Kriging methods applied to 3 m downhole assay composites. No grade capping was applied. Model block size is 5 m (x) by 5 m (y) by 5 m (z)6) Bulk density was applied using a regression curve based on Mn % and Fe % block grades.7) Mineral resources may be materially affected by environmental, permitting, legal, title, taxation, sociopolitical, marketing, or other relevant issues.8) Mineral resources are not mineral reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability.9) Mineral resource tonnages are rounded to the nearest 10,000.

Martin Kepman, CEO of the Company, states "This is game changing news for the Company, having such a large resource totalling 34.9 million Measured and Indicated tonnes and 25.9 million Inferred tonnes underwrites the project's long-term potential for supply of manganese. In addition, our ongoing metallurgical testing is making great strides toward achieving an economically optimized extraction process. We look forward now to the completion by Wood Canada Ltd. of a Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) for the project that will incorporate this new mineral resource estimate plus the latest metallurgical developments to provide important insight into the economic viability of producing high purity manganese sulphate from our Battery Hill deposit. We are buoyed by the knowledge that, with a positive outcome from the PEA, there appears to be sufficient tonnage of Measured and Indicated mineral resources to potentially sustain long term production while we explore the potential of the other Mn mineralization on our 1228-hectare property. The EV revolution is well underway and innovative battery chemistry is a large part of the disruption. We believe manganese will have a large influence over EV batteries going forward. Our Battery Hill property could potentially have a long-life cycle, estimated at 25 years based on the Measured and Indicated Resource, and potentially service the EV sector for years to come within the North American and European supply chain"

The Company has undertaken several core drilling programs over the past 5 years that support the current mineral resource estimate. These include 53 holes totaling 9,697 metres over a deposit strike length of approximately 2.0 kilometres to arrive at this point. A diamond drilling program is being planned to expand Measured and Indicated mineral resources and to explore other known Mn showings on the 7 kilometer long MXE property.

The associated mineral resources now defined form the basis of the PEA being prepared by Wood Canada Ltd. The PEA will characterize and assess Commercialization and Economic Viability Potential for a future mining and processing operation at the Battery Hill Property.

The Battery Hill Deposit is comprised of the Moody Hill, Sharpe Farm, and Iron Ore Hill Zones. On a contained tonnage basis the Moody Hill, Sharpe Farm, and Iron Ore Hill Zones comprise approximately 56%, 29%, 15%, respectively, of the Battery Hill Deposit mineral resource. The Moody Hill and Sharpe Farm Zones, just a few hundred meters apart (see Map, Figure 1), contain all of the Measured and Indicated mineral resources for the Battery Hill Deposit. The grade/tonnage sensitivity analysis that appears in Table 2 provides insight into the character of Mn mineralization present within the Battery Hill Deposit over the cut-off grade range of 2.5% Mn to 7% Mn. Although iron (Fe) content has also been estimated and is currently reported for the deposit, only manganese content was used in the pit optimization process. The Company will further assess Fe by-product opportunities through future metallurgical studies.

Note: This table shows sensitivity of the June 15, 2021 Battery Hill deposit mineral resource estimate to cut-off grade. The base case at a cut-off value of 2.5% Mn is bolded above for reference. The data presented is a summary of the Mercator Geological Services Battery Hill Deposit Mineral Resource Estimate. A complete version will be posted to www.sedar.com within 45 days.

Mr. Harrington, P. Geo., of Mercator Geological Services Limited (Mercator) is responsible for technical disclosure in this press release regarding the Battery Hill Deposit Mineral Resource Estimate. Mr. Harrington is a qualified person ("QP") as defined under NI 43-101 and both he and Mercator are fully independent of Manganese X Energy Corp., as also defined under NI 43-101.

This News Release has been reviewed and approved by Perry MacKinnon, P.Geo, Vice President of Exploration with Manganese X Energy and a "Qualified Person" as defined under National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

Manganese X Energy Corp., Martin Kepman CEO and Perry Mackinnon VP Exploration, will be presenting their Companies latest milestone at the Emerging Growth Conference July 7, 2021 : 9:30 AM Eastern time Please register here to ensure you are able to attend the conference and receive any updates that are released.

Manganese X's mission is to advance our Battery Hill project into production, with the intent of supplying value added materials to the lithium ion battery and other alternative energy industries, as well as achieving new carbon-friendly, more efficient methodologies, while processing manganese at a lower competitive cost. We are the only company in North America moving toward commercialization utilizing the novel Kemetco process.

Subsidiary Disruptive Battery Corp.'s mission is to develop an HVAC air purification delivery system for cleaner and healthier air, aiming to mitigate Covid-19 and other contaminants on surfaces and in the air.

On Behalf of the Board of DirectorsOf Manganese X Energy CorpMartin Kepman, CEO and DirectorEmail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Ph: (514) 802-1814

Neither the Toronto Stock Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the Toronto Stock Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Certain statements contained in this news release, including statements which may contain words such as "expects", "anticipates", "intends", "plans", "believes", "estimates", or similar expressions, and statements related to matters which are not historical facts are forward-looking information within the meaning of applicable securities laws. Such forward-looking statements, which reflect management's expectations regarding Company's future growth, results of operations, performance, and business prospects and opportunities, are based on certain factors and assumptions and involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties which may cause the actual results, performance, or achievements to be materially different from future results, performance, or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements.

These factors should be considered carefully, and readers should not place undue reliance on the Company's forward-looking statements. The Company believes that the expectations reflected in the forward-looking statements contained in this news release and the documents incorporated by reference herein are reasonable, but no assurance can be given that these expectations will prove to be correct. In addition, although the Company has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual actions, events, or results to differ materially from those described in forward-looking statements, there may be other factors that cause actions, events, or results not to be as anticipated, estimated, or intended. The Company undertakes no obligation to publicly release any future revisions to forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date of this news or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events, except as expressly required by law.

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minnesota manganese deposit sits untapped despite growing market | duluth news tribune

minnesota manganese deposit sits untapped despite growing market | duluth news tribune

A mine there could provide the first domestic manganese supply for electric car batteries and other consumer electronics - a swiftly growing market - but as for now the price of the mineral is still too low to cover the cost of getting it out of the ground.

"We've been sort of slowly sitting, waiting, studying for the right investor and time," said Char Kinzer, a spokesperson for Cooperative Mineral Resources. "We're on the verge of an explosive need for North American supply."

In the meantime, other companies are eyeing manganese deposits elsewhere on the continent. The company Manganese X is looking to produce battery-grade manganese from a mine on the Maine/New Brunswick border; American Manganese Inc. is holding out on to plans to mine in Arizona. Those deposits are in the same boat as the motherlode in Minnesota.

When they started digging holes, prospectors found manganese, and lots of it. Further exploration has confirmed what is the largest manganese deposit in the U.S. - at least 2 billion pounds and maybe as many as 10 billion or more.

Efforts have been underway in Emily for a half-century to develop the manganese deposit. The vein itself has been known since at least 1910. But, so far, all attempts at establishing a mining operation have fallen flat.

After buying the property, the company first planned on extracting the manganese with high-pressure water jets, but a demonstration project didn't work. Now, the company is looking at underground mining rather than an open pit.

A promising development came in 2014, when the junior Canadian mining company Star Minerals Group - now known as Navis Resources Corp. - entered into an agreement to develop "a mine to market, manganese-based battery technology." But since then, there has been no movement to follow through on those plans, and Navis officials did not return requests for comment.

Kinzer said that the company now has "a few years left of some due diligence that we're waiting for investors to move on" so they can get to a complaint-based feasibility study, define the mining technique and start on a environmental impact statement.

Though manganese is an essential part of steel production, it has historically been taken for granted if not downright underappreciated. Top-shelf analyst firms reached by the News Tribune had no research to share on the mineral; the industry news website Mining.com published a report last year titled "Manganese - the third electric vehicle metal no one is talking about."

"It appears that manganese has been outshined by its two fellow EV metal counterparts," cobalt and lithium, reads the report from Palisade Research. "We believe this situation will change quickly, as demand for manganese is set to outpace supply, especially for higher-grade materials found only in specific corners of the globe."

The low cost and relative global abundance of the mineral has not caused a gold rush to the available supplies in North America, but this kind of outlook is why folks like Larry Reaugh are in the manganese business.

manganese x energy corp. announces mineral resource estimate for battery hill manganese project - mining stock education

manganese x energy corp. announces mineral resource estimate for battery hill manganese project - mining stock education

Montreal, Quebec(Newsfile Corp. July 7, 2021) Manganese X Energy Corp. (TSXV: MN) (FSE: 9SC2) (OTC: MNXXF) (Manganese or the Company) is pleased to announce the first Mineral Resource Estimate for its Battery Hill Manganese Project of 34.86 million tonnes of Measured and Indicated mineral resources grading 6.42% Mn, plus an additional 25.91 million tonnes of Inferred mineral resources grading 6.66% Mn. The mineral resource estimate was prepared in accordance with the CIM Definition Standards for Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves (2014) and is tabulated in Table 1.

1) Mineral resources were prepared in accordance with the CIM Definition Standards for Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves (MRMR) (2014) and CIM MRMR Best Practice Guidelines (2019).2) Mineral resources are defined within an optimized pit shell with average pit slope angles of 45 and a 3.7:1 strip ratio (waste : mineralized material).3) Pit optimization parameters include: pricing of US$1500/tonne for High Purity Manganese Sulphate Monohydrate 32% Mn (HPMSM 32 %), exchange rate of CDN $1.30 to US$ 1.00, mining at CDN $6.50/t, combined processing and G&A (1000 tpd) at CDN $86.22/t processed and a process recovery of Mn to HPMSM of 65%. Fe content was not included in the pit optimization.4) Mineral resources are reported at a cut-off grade of 2.50 % Mn within the optimized pit shell. This cut-off grade reflects total operating costs used in pit optimization to define reasonable prospects for eventual economic extraction by open pit mining methods.5) Mineral resources were estimated using Ordinary Kriging methods applied to 3 m downhole assay composites. No grade capping was applied. Model block size is 5 m (x) by 5 m (y) by 5 m (z)6) Bulk density was applied using a regression curve based on Mn % and Fe % block grades.7) Mineral resources may be materially affected by environmental, permitting, legal, title, taxation, sociopolitical, marketing, or other relevant issues.8) Mineral resources are not mineral reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability.9) Mineral resource tonnages are rounded to the nearest 10,000.

Martin Kepman, CEO of the Company, states This is game changing news for the Company, having such a large resource totalling 34.9 million Measured and Indicated tonnes and 25.9 million Inferred tonnes underwrites the projects long-term potential for supply of manganese. In addition, our ongoing metallurgical testing is making great strides toward achieving an economically optimized extraction process. We look forward now to the completion by Wood Canada Ltd. of a Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) for the project that will incorporate this new mineral resource estimate plus the latest metallurgical developments to provide important insight into the economic viability of producing high purity manganese sulphate from our Battery Hill deposit. We are buoyed by the knowledge that, with a positive outcome from the PEA, there appears to be sufficient tonnage of Measured and Indicated mineral resources to potentially sustain long term production while we explore the potential of the other Mn mineralization on our 1228-hectare property. The EV revolution is well underway and innovative battery chemistry is a large part of the disruption. We believe manganese will have a large influence over EV batteries going forward. Our Battery Hill property could potentially have a long-life cycle, estimated at 25 years based on the Measured and Indicated Resource, and potentially service the EV sector for years to come within the North American and European supply chain

The Company has undertaken several core drilling programs over the past 5 years that support the current mineral resource estimate. These include 53 holes totaling 9,697 metres over a deposit strike length of approximately 2.0 kilometres to arrive at this point. A diamond drilling program is being planned to expand Measured and Indicated mineral resources and to explore other known Mn showings on the 7 kilometer long MXE property.

The associated mineral resources now defined form the basis of the PEA being prepared by Wood Canada Ltd. The PEA will characterize and assess Commercialization and Economic Viability Potential for a future mining and processing operation at the Battery Hill Property.

The Battery Hill Deposit is comprised of the Moody Hill, Sharpe Farm, and Iron Ore Hill Zones. On a contained tonnage basis the Moody Hill, Sharpe Farm, and Iron Ore Hill Zones comprise approximately 56%, 29%, 15%, respectively, of the Battery Hill Deposit mineral resource. The Moody Hill and Sharpe Farm Zones, just a few hundred meters apart (see Map, Figure 1), contain all of the Measured and Indicated mineral resources for the Battery Hill Deposit. The grade/tonnage sensitivity analysis that appears in Table 2 provides insight into the character of Mn mineralization present within the Battery Hill Deposit over the cut-off grade range of 2.5% Mn to 7% Mn. Although iron (Fe) content has also been estimated and is currently reported for the deposit, only manganese content was used in the pit optimization process. The Company will further assess Fe by-product opportunities through future metallurgical studies.

Note: This table shows sensitivity of the June 15, 2021 Battery Hill deposit mineral resource estimate to cut-off grade. The base case at a cut-off value of 2.5% Mn is bolded above for reference. The data presented is a summary of the Mercator Geological Services Battery Hill Deposit Mineral Resource Estimate. A complete version will be posted to www.sedar.com within 45 days.

Mr. Harrington, P. Geo., of Mercator Geological Services Limited (Mercator) is responsible for technical disclosure in this press release regarding the Battery Hill Deposit Mineral Resource Estimate. Mr. Harrington is a qualified person (QP) as defined under NI 43-101 and both he and Mercator are fully independent of Manganese X Energy Corp., as also defined under NI 43-101.

This News Release has been reviewed and approved by Perry MacKinnon, P.Geo, Vice President of Exploration with Manganese X Energy and a Qualified Person as defined under National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

Manganese X Energy Corp., Martin Kepman CEO and Perry Mackinnon VP Exploration, will be presenting their Companies latest milestone at the Emerging Growth Conference July 7, 2021 : 9:30 AM Eastern time Please register here to ensure you are able to attend the conference and receive any updates that are released.

Manganese Xs mission is to advance our Battery Hill project into production, with the intent of supplying value added materials to the lithium ion battery and other alternative energy industries, as well as achieving new carbon-friendly, more efficient methodologies, while processing manganese at a lower competitive cost. We are the only company in North America moving toward commercialization utilizing the novel Kemetco process.

Subsidiary Disruptive Battery Corp.s mission is to develop an HVAC air purification delivery system for cleaner and healthier air, aiming to mitigate Covid-19 and other contaminants on surfaces and in the air.

Neither the Toronto Stock Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the Toronto Stock Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Certain statements contained in this news release, including statements which may contain words such as expects, anticipates, intends, plans, believes, estimates, or similar expressions, and statements related to matters which are not historical facts are forward-looking information within the meaning of applicable securities laws. Such forward-looking statements, which reflect managements expectations regarding Companys future growth, results of operations, performance, and business prospects and opportunities, are based on certain factors and assumptions and involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties which may cause the actual results, performance, or achievements to be materially different from future results, performance, or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements.

These factors should be considered carefully, and readers should not place undue reliance on the Companys forward-looking statements. The Company believes that the expectations reflected in the forward-looking statements contained in this news release and the documents incorporated by reference herein are reasonable, but no assurance can be given that these expectations will prove to be correct. In addition, although the Company has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual actions, events, or results to differ materially from those described in forward-looking statements, there may be other factors that cause actions, events, or results not to be as anticipated, estimated, or intended. The Company undertakes no obligation to publicly release any future revisions to forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date of this news or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events, except as expressly required by law.

manganese: jupiter mines diversifies its logistics network via namibia roskill

manganese: jupiter mines diversifies its logistics network via namibia roskill

Jupiter Mines, owner of Tshipi, has signed a 5-year agreement to export via Lderitz Port in Namibia. The agreement is for 720ktpy of manganese ores. This new logistics channel is stated to deliver cost savings over the existing road channel and will help diversify and manage Tshipis overall logistics risk.

Manganese ores typically depart the manganese fields from Hotazel via a dedicated rail to Port Elizabeth, but growing volumes have been exported from all major ports in recent years. The availability of rail capacity and storage facilities constrains volumes amid growing supply from South African manganese mines. In the case of road freight, certain corridors become uneconomical depending on market conditions. The export via Namibia further diversifies the already overloaded network and illustrates the remoteness of the South African manganese fields.

Trade statistics show that exports of South African manganese ores in May recovered close to the 2019 monthly average mark of around 1.4Mt. This is an increase by a factor of nearly three times from April when South Africa went into full-scale lockdown. While mines have returned to production, exports have shown a similar sharp rebound.

There is anticipation of increased supply from South Africa over the coming months during peak mining season in the Northern Province, which will add to an already oversupplied market. Since the inventory highs of over 5Mt in February, port stocks in China have been on a steady decline into July; most notably, South African ores have declined by 13% since the start of May. This reflects the consumption of steel raw materials in China, as the industry rebounded quickly after its lockdown and benefits from domestic stimuli.

The standard grade (37% Mn) manganese ore market is heavily exposed to South African supply and prices have been volatile in response to output and logistical bottlenecks. To date, markedly lower production costs (producer currency devaluation against the dollar and oil prices) have lowered the steady state price level down 15% compared to average 2019 prices.If the cost floors hold as is, ore prices are likely to see more downside risk over the H2 of 2020. August delivery price offers from major manganese ore producers have fallen below US$4/dmtu amid healthy competition in China and weak consumption outside of China.

Roskills Manganese: Outlook to 2030, 16th Edition report will be published in September 2020 and provide analysis on supply, demand, trade, prices, cost curves and forecasts. For more information or to subscribe, click here.

croft manganese mine in crosby, minnesota | the diggings

croft manganese mine in crosby, minnesota | the diggings

The Croft Manganese Mine is in Crosby, Minnesota. Historically the site has been part of the Cuyuna Range Mining District. The site was first discovered in 1934. The Croft Manganese Mine was closed at the time of data entry with no known plans to re-open. The Western Lake Section of the Interior Plains characterize the geomorphology of the surrounding area.

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premier to loan owners of a namibian manganese project $

premier to loan owners of a namibian manganese project $

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Aim-listed Premier African Minerals on Monday announced a strategic loan to MN Holdings (MNH), the owner and operator of the Otjozondu manganese mining project in Namibia, and the appointment of two key mining executives as consultants to Premier.

He indicated that the loan would enable MNH to conclude the purchase of considerable additional plant and equipment from the nearby Purity mine to allow Otjozondu to steadily increase production and revenues.

These initial appointments are part of the process of enhancing the companys executive team and creating opportunities to assist Premier in the restructure and diversification of country and commodity risk I have been discussing and have alluded to for some time now.

Premier must move from a company dependent on continuous funding through shareholder support to one that can be revenue producing and start to return value to shareholders. Both Neil Herbert and Peter Cunningham have a demonstrable history of just this and I hope that with their assistance and guidance, Premier will progress to this point as well, said Roach.

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nouvelle gabon mining

nouvelle gabon mining

Nouvelle Gabon Mining (NGM) is a Gabonese company involved in the Manganese Ore mining. It operates a manganese deposit in the region of Franceville / Haut-Ogoou, Republic of Gabon. The company is owned by international investors and the Gabonese state.

manganese

manganese

Consmin, through its wholly owned subsidiaries, owns 90% of Ghana Manganese Company Limited (GMC). The remaining 10% is owned by the Government of Ghana. Operations from this mine have a history stretching back to 1916 when the first manganese material was mined from the site.

GMC owns and operates the Nsuta manganese mine in the western region of Ghana. GMC holds a mining concession for manganese over an area of 175 square kilometres in and around Nsuta in the Western Region of Ghana, less than 3% of which has been mined to date. GMC ore is one of the highest manganese-to-iron ratio ores in the market (Mn:Fe ~31) and is low in phosphorous, alumina and other heavy metal impurities, making it well-suited for both alloy and manganese metal production.

The company has a support office situated in Accra where most of the interaction with regulators and executive functions are performed. Furthermore, the company operates and owns its own ship loading facilities in the port of Takoradi. Ore is hauled either by rail or road trucks to the port stockpiles prior to loading on vessels. A transshipment (TSV) system is in place, enabling the company to load cape-sized vessels up to 200kt. The Takoradi Port Facility is approximately 63km by rail or 92km by road. Headquarter and operations management is located at the mine site along with all other administrative functions. The company has access to all modern forms of communication and is fully connected.

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