Robin Young, Amur Minerals CEO, updates on the progress made on its independent cost analysis and the 2017 drill programme. Robin says that road construction and visibility of the development of the mine should help its stock price.
Robin Young, chief executive of Amur Minerals Corporation (LON:AMC) talks through with Andrew Scott their plans for 2017 drilling at the Kun-Manie nickel-copper project in Russia’s far east. ”We’re looking forward to a very productive year”, says Young.
Amur Minerals Corporation (LON:AMC) chief executive Robin Young tells Proactive they’ve received topographic and hydrological information on a four kilometre wide, 320 kilometre long corridor, along its planned access road route. Once constructed, the road will connect the Company’s flagship Kun-Manie project to the Baikal Amur (“BAM”) rail line and will be used to transport… Read More »
Robin Young, CEO at Amur Minerals, highlights the resource upgrade, which gives more potential for investors, and explains what 2017 will bring.
Looking ahead to a busy new year, Robin Young, CEO of Amur Minerals, says it is hoped that recent developments will have a substantial impact, on the company. Robin also updates on the ‘fully funded’ plan for 2017.
Robin Young – CEO at AMUR Minerals (LON: AMUR), joined us in the Tip TV Studio to discuss the journey of their company from exploration oriented to an engineering design company. Interviewed by Zak Mir – Presenter at Tip TV. Young comments on AMUR Minerals entering a new phase of flexibility, with their focus now… Read More »
Amur Minerals has reported a record breaking drill season and also a memorandum of understanding with Chinese nickel producing giant Jinchuan, to help Amur in its mine construction. CEO Robin Young looks forward to 2017.
The recent rise in the nickel price is set to continue and long–term forecasts suggest it may recover by at least another 50%, Robin Young, Amur Minerals’ chief executive, told Proactive. That would bolster the huge Kun-Manie nickel project in Far East Russia, where Amur is currently working on a definitive feasibility study that should… Read More »
Amur Minerals CEO, Robin Young, says the letter of intent with IG Copper opens talks to look at ways of expanding its operations into smelting, not just mining, nickel sulphide. Robin also updates on the drill programme and DFS.
Having updated investors on key work with a definitive feasibility study for the giant Kun-Manie nickel project Amur Minerals Plc (LON:AMC) boss Robin Young says there are no real surprises but described ‘solid’ progress.