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  • Galileo Mining Limited (ASX: GAL) - Palladium Discovery - Persistent Mineral Exploration Rewarded.

    Rooster Talk Episode 57 with Brad Underwood, Executive Chair and Managing Director of Galileo Mining Limited (ASX: GAL) is all about the discovery of the Palladium province from the last round of drilling. The systematic approach that Galileo has been using to explore has now been rewarded with the confirmation of a palladium prospect in Norseman, Western Australia. This episode is a discussion on the discovery of Callisto. Six RC drillholes have results returning anomalous grades which are making the Callisto prospect a discovery that has got the share price of Galileo rising. Callisto is a mineralised sulphide unit developed at the base of an ultramafic sill where it intrudes into sedimentary rocks. NRC266 returned significant palladium-platinum-gold-copper-nickel mineralisation over 33m; 33m @ 2.00g/t 3E (1) (1.64g/t Pd, 0.28g/t Pt, 0.09g/t Au), 0.32% Cu & 0.30% Ni from 144m incl. 6m @ 2.69g/t 3E (2.21 g/t Pd,0.37 g/t Pt,0.11 g/t Au), 0.41% Cu & 0.36% Ni from 159m and 1m @ 3.21 g/t 3E (2.66 g/t Pd, 0.41 g/t Pt, 0.14 g/t Au), 0.48% Cu & 0.46% Ni from 176m Numbers like these are going to make the next phase of drilling interesting to say the least. Watch the interview: Rooster Talk Episode 57 Brad is measuring this to the Platreef deposit on the northern limb of the Bushveld Complex in South Africa. Deposits like Platreef are generally very large in nature and have combined resources of greater than 700Mt at a 1g/t 3PGE + Au cut off. These deposits normally contain metals such as palladium, platinum, gold, rhodium, copper and nickel. Chapters: 00:00 Start 00:20 Introduction 00:52 Brad Updates. 01:39 Is this a Palladium Discovery Province? 02:31 This is a Discovery? 03:26 Is the geology theory a long term concept? 04:41 The Platreef Analogy. 05:50 Will the discovery grow in size? 06:37 Will the positive results change your Plan A? 07:39 News Flow. 09:07 Why is Galileo mining? 09:52 Conclusions PODCAST About Brad Underwood Executive Chair and Managing Director Brad Underwood is the Chairman and Managing Director of Galileo Mining. Mr. Underwood is a geologist with over 18 years of experience in exploration, prospecting and mining. He has been involved in copper, gold, nickel and cobalt discoveries and the development of numerous prospects over a variety of commodities. Previous conversations with Brad Watch the previous Coffee With Samso conversation with Brad here. Galileo's strategic focus on nickel, copper and cobalt in tier-1 mining jurisdiction. Listen to the Rooster Talk conversation with Brad here. Focusing on the science and techniques of nickel exploration - the easy process and potential issues. Featured on Brilliant-Online Galileo Mining Limited shares Methodical Approach to the Search for Nickel and Palladium About Galileo Mining Limited (ASX:GAL) Galileo Mining is a resources company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) under the code GAL and is exploring for base metals in south-east Western Australia. The company has 100% ownership of its Norseman Project and has Joint Ventures with the Creasy Group over highly prospective tenements in the Fraser Range. The Norseman Project is located adjacent to the regional town of Norseman in an infrastructure-rich area of Western Australia. A bitumen highway runs parallel to the project area and is less than 10km from the Company’s current JORC cobalt-nickel resources. The Norseman Project includes numerous areas with potential for further cobalt discoveries as well as additional nickel and copper prospects. The Fraser Range Project covers two zones of the extensive Fraser Range geological belt. The Fraser Range is known for the world-class Nova nickel-copper-cobalt mine discovered by Sirius Resources in 2012. Galileo’s northern Fraser Range tenement is 80km from the operating Nova mine while the southern tenements are just 30km from the mine. Galileo is targeting Nova style nickel-copper-cobalt mineralisation in the Fraser Range and has a deep level of experience in the region. The company was originally privately owned by renowned prospector Mr. Mark Creasy, and Galileo Managing Director Mr. Brad Underwood spent eight years as General Manager of the Creasy Group’s exploration at the Fraser Range and Norseman. Galileo Mining listed on the ASX in May 2018, raising $15 million in IPO funding. Mr. Creasy continues to be the largest shareholder, controlling approximately 31 percent of the company. ASX-listed miner Independence Group (ASX: IGO) and Mineral Resources’ founder Chris Ellison are included within the Company’s top five largest shareholders. Galileo Key Milestones 2003 – Registered as a private company wholly owned by Mark Creasy 2004 – Acquired the Norseman project 2006 – Initial drilling conducted at Norseman 2017 – Maiden JORC Resource completed at Norseman 2018 – Acquired interest in the Fraser Range project 2018 – Launched on the ASX as a public company 2020 – Nickel Sulphides confirmed at Fraser Range project Disclaimer The information or opinions provided herein do not constitute investment advice, an offer or solicitation to subscribe for, purchase or sell the investment product(s) mentioned herein. It does not take into consideration, nor have any regard to your specific investment objectives, financial situation, risk profile, tax position and particular, or unique needs and constraints. Read full Disclaimer. Download eBook VMS (Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide) Deposits Explained In simple terms, Volcanic-associated Massive Sulphide (VMS) deposits are caused by underground metal-rich volcanoes rising and creating a cooking environment. I suggest you download this eBook which explains the VMS and How to Add Value to your Share Portfolio A lesson on geological models sought by mining companies that gives insight and an understanding of which portfolios are better - and potentially more lucrative – investments. Click here to download this eBook. Share to Grow If you find this article informative and useful, please help me share the information.  I try and write about topics that are interesting and have the potential to be of investment value.  It is not easy to find stories that fit those parameters. If you or your organisation see the benefit of what Samso is trying to achieve and have a need to share your journey, please contact me on noel.ong@samso.com.au. About Samso Keep us informed too! Please let us know your thoughts and send us any comments to info@samso.com.au. Remember to Subscribe to our YouTube Channel, Samso Media and our mail list to stay informed and make comments where appropriate. Other than that, you can also give us a Review on Google. Samso-Brilliant Distribution Outreach Powerful Advertising opportunities for Samso’s ASX and private business clients. The Brilliant-Online partnership is an opportunity to reach new and wider audiences in a fresh, appealing format to pique and retain investor interest. Contact Veronica directly for your special Samso-Brilliant advertising rate. Read Brilliant Investments

  • Project Updates at Miramar Resources Limited (ASX: M2R)

    Coffee with Samso Episode 145: A detailed conversation with Allan Kelly, Executive Chair of Miramar Resources Limited (ASX: M2R) on each of Miramar's projects. This episode of Coffee with Samso is all about the details of the projects in Miramar Resources. I have made a special effort to make this the longest Coffee With Samso because I wanted to highlight the details of each project. I wanted Allan Kelly to tell us as much as possible about why he likes the projects and what his intentions are for each project. I think we have achieved the objective to get details for each project. We also got Allan to talk about what makes each project tick. The conversation has been fantastic and the result is a video that is just over an hour. This is a special episode of Coffee with Samso for all those viewers wanting to learn about the Miramar projects. In addition, viewers get a first hand introduction to what makes an exploration company work and allows Allan to showcase how to explore for minerals. Gidji is more than smoke. We have more than 1km of +2grams and 5 grams hits in there. Could this be a supergene deposit? The prize is the bedrock. For Allan Kelly, there is no doubt that he is aware of the potential of Gidji. He believes that Gidji alone will be sufficient for any company to work on. However, the potential of the other projects is too enticing to let go. The time stamps below will help those unable to watch the whole video at one go. This is more than a conversation about the projects of Miramar. This is a discussion about what you need to know about how to pick projects, how to operate exploration programs and what the best deployment methods are to find yourself a mineral deposit. Chapters: 00:00 Start 00:20 Introduction 00:55 The Capital Raise that Needed to be Done. 03:05 Good timing on the placement. 04:10 The Gidji Story - Allan narrates the story. 16:57 What does Gidji need to wake Investors up? 18:27 Gidji is more than a smoking gun. 19:15 What is the Worst case, OK case and Best case scenario for Gidji? 23:24 Mineral Exploration is not an Overnight Process. 24:52 Does the potential of Gidji keep Allan awake at night? 29:02 Is there a model for Gidji? 33:08 The Glandore story. 39:11 What will the diamond drilling create for Miramar? 41:06 The Lang Well Story. 47:09 Good REE results will create a good solution for Miramar. 47:37 The Whaleshark Story. 53:04 Bangemall Project. 55:11 The realistic pathway for the projects. 56:33 The upside of testing theories. 57:18 The potential of Gidji can be easily misunderstood. 58:18 News Flow from Miramar. 01:00:51 The Miramar Pitch. 01:02:09 Conclusions PODCAST About Allan Kelly Executive Chairman Mr. Kelly is a geologist and manager with over 25 years’ experience in mineral exploration, development and production throughout Australia and the Americas. Mr. Kelly graduated in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science (with honours) in Applied Geology from Curtin University. He has been involved in targeting early-stage exploration of gold, nickel and copper deposits in Australia, Alaska and Canada and has previously held senior exploration positions within Western Mining Corporation and Avoca Resources Limited. He has also served as an Executive Director of Riversgold Ltd and a non-executive director of Alloy Resources Ltd. In 2009, Mr. Kelly founded Doray Minerals Limited, which listed on the ASX in early 2010. Under Mr. Kelly’s management, Doray discovered the high-grade Wilber Lode gold deposit within the Andy Well Project in the Murchison Region of Western Australia, which moved from discovery to production within three and a half years, and subsequently funded, constructed and commissioned the Deflector Gold-Copper Project within 14 months of completing the takeover of Mutiny Gold Limited in 2014. In 2014, Mr. Kelly was awarded the Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC) ‘Prospector Award’, along with Doray’s co-founder Mr. Heath Hellewell, for the discovery of the Wilber Lode and Andy Well gold deposits. Mr. Kelly is a Fellow and Former Councillor of the Association of Applied Geochemistry (AAG), a Member of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG) and a Member of the Institute of Brewing and Distilling (IBD). About Miramar Resources Limited (ASX:M2R) Miramar Resources Limited is a Western Australian focused mineral exploration company with projects in the Eastern Goldfields, the Murchison and Gascoyne regions. The portfolio of exploration projects has high potential for new gold discoveries within trucking distance of existing operations and for the discovery of nickel-copper-platinum group element (PGE) mineralisation. Miramar aims to create shareholder value through discovery and the Board has a proven track record of successful discovery, development and production. Latest ASX Announcements Disclaimer The information or opinions provided herein do not constitute investment advice, an offer or solicitation to subscribe for, purchase or sell the investment product(s) mentioned herein. It does not take into consideration, nor have any regard to your specific investment objectives, financial situation, risk profile, tax position and particular, or unique needs and constraints. Read full Disclaimer. Share to Grow: Your Bonus Samso has just released an eBook: How to Add Value to your Share Portfolio A lesson on geological models sought by mining companies that gives insight and an understanding of which portfolios are better - and potentially more lucrative – investments. Click here to download this eBook. If you find this article informative and useful, please help me share the information.  I try and write about topics that are interesting and have the potential to be of investment value.  It is not easy to find stories that fit those parameters. If you or your organisation see the benefit of what Samso is trying to achieve and have a need to share your journey, please contact me on noel.ong@samso.com.au. About Samso

  • Pan Asia Metals Limited (ASX: PAM) - An Economical Lithium Story in Thailand.

    Coffee with Samso Episode 144 with Paul Lock, Executive Chairman and Managing Director of Pan Asia Metals Limited (ASX: PAM) is all about the next steps in making the Lithium story in Thailand a reality. The company has been transformed since we last spoke in May 2021. The market capitalisation of the company has tripled since our first Coffee with Samso. The story of a company with aspirations to become a lithium producer within a stone's throw from major automotive manufacturers is now at a reality stage of the journey. Pan Asia Metals is now on the verge of announcing their maiden Mineral Resource Estimate which will highlight the true potential of the company. Pan Asia Metals is on its way to establishing itself as a mature lithium player on the ASX. Our market is on our doorstep: The Eastern Economic Corridor in Thailand - where there's a big push in LIBs and EVs. Thailand is the 4th largest auto producer in Asia and the largest in SE Asia and has a very comprehensive EV and battery policy because they want to retain their market position. Some viewers who look at this story may feel a large jurisdiction issue. However, Paul Lock makes some supportive narratives which explain why he is so confident about making this story work for his shareholders. In the past, there was no real demand on lithium, so there was no focus on cost structures. Now, with an increasing demand, there's been an increasing focus on extracting more for less - cost structures look better. That's what's happening in China. As the market is consolidating itself with the recent turbulent movements, it is another argument in finding the right company with management that has the right strategy. The reason we are in SE Asia is because we want to be competitive and want to be near our consumers. It's all about being low on the cost curve so we can ride out the market cycle in the long term. Generally, investors are looking at short-term price cycles. We need to consider the long-term price cycle because our projects got to be bankable. Pan Asia Metals is all about creating a business that has a low cost of operations, low CAPEX and a viable business. Take the time to watch Paul deliver his thoughts on the Pan Asia Metal story. Chapters: 00:00 Start 00:20 Introduction 00:58 Paul introduces Pan Asia Metals Limited. 02:17 Location of PAM projects. 02:46 Reasons why PAM is in Thailand. 03:48 Thailand ministry delegation going to project area. 04:17 Deliverables. How has the market responded to your business strategy? 07:11 What are the issues for the project? 10:16 Has the mica lithium processing discussion settled? 11:55 Mica lithium minerals are now part of the Lithium family. 13:51 Everything is market driven. 14:23 The Lithium Narrative - Lots of Lithium in the ground but Processing is the bottleneck. 16:35 Which path is PAM taking to be a producer ? 18:50 Future of the lithium space in battery. 20:27 Can PAM be played out as they are a small company? 23:16 Jurisdiction risk investing outside of Australia? 28:39 Countering the Jurisdiction question. 28:58 Complying with ESG makes things work. 29:40 Good business principals drive process. 30:34 News flow. 32:32 Why is PAM flying under the radar? 34:42 Why PAM? 36:32 Conclusion PODCAST About Paul Lock Executive Chairman & Managing Director Member of AUSIMM Pan Asia Metals Paul has been involved in minerals exploration in South East Asia since 2012, with his work in this region forming the foundation of what is now Pan Asia Metals. Before Pan Asia Metals, Paul was a corporate adviser at Everspring Partners, a boutique Sydney-based advisory firm that he founded. Before Everspring, Paul worked in corporate advisory and leveraged finance roles at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Paul initially focused on corporate and single asset project finance in the resource sector before moving into leveraged finance for private equity initiatives and then into a corporate advisory role where he was sector agnostic and focused on generating corporate transactions. Prior to banking, Paul worked for Rothschild & Co in Australia where he was a derivatives trader and a high yield bond investor focusing on a variety of asset classes, generally distressed or complex assets. Paul also had some involvement in structuring derivatives solutions for resource companies in conjunction with Rothschild’s corporate advisory team. Prior to Rothschild, Paul worked for Japanese trading conglomerate Marubeni Corporation in the soft commodity trading division. Paul graduated from Hale School in Perth, Western Australia, and has obtained the following academic qualifications: Master of Political Economy, University of Sydney; Master of International Studies, University of Sydney; Master of Commercial Law, Macquarie University; Master of Business Administration, Macquarie Graduate School of Management; and Bachelor of Business, Marcus Oldham College. Paul is an associate member of AusIMM. About Pan Asia Metals Limited Pan Asia Metals Limited (ASX:PAM) is a battery and critical metals explorer and developer focused on the identification and development of projects in Asia that have the potential to position Pan Asia Metals to produce metal compounds and other value-added products that are in high demand in the region. Pan Asia Metals currently owns two lithium projects and one tungsten project. The projects are located in Thailand, a low cost advanced industrial economy, and fit Pan Asia Metal’s strategy of developing downstream value-add opportunities situated in low-cost environments proximal to end market users. Complementing Pan Asia Metal’s existing project portfolio is a target generation program which identifies desirable assets in the region. Through the program, Pan Asia Metals has a pipeline of target opportunities which are at various stages of consideration. In the years ahead, Pan Asia Metals plans to develop its existing projects while also expanding its portfolio via targeted and value-accretive acquisitions. Disclaimer The information or opinions provided herein do not constitute investment advice, an offer or solicitation to subscribe for, purchase or sell the investment product(s) mentioned herein. It does not take into consideration, nor have any regard to your specific investment objectives, financial situation, risk profile, tax position and particular, or unique needs and constraints. Read full Disclaimer. VMS (Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide) Deposits Explained In simple terms, Volcanic-associated Massive Sulphide (VMS) deposits are caused by underground metal-rich volcanoes rising and creating a cooking environment. I suggest you download this eBook which explains the VMS and How to Add Value to your Share Portfolio A lesson on geological models sought by mining companies that gives insight and an understanding of which portfolios are better - and potentially more lucrative – investments. Click here to download this eBook. If you find this article informative and useful, please help me share the information.  I try and write about topics that are interesting and have the potential to be of investment value.  It is not easy to find stories that fit those parameters. 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