Pia serves as a bridge between sales, clients, and the development team, ensuring that products are delivered on time and on spec. Since moving to Vancouver in 2005, she has been in project and client account management roles, including running web and print campaigns from inception to completion. She was the first production manager at Dig Media in 2008; she left briefly, but rejoined the company in 2011. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of the Philippines.
Shareholders of Dajin Resources Corp. (TSXV:DJI,OTC:DJIFF) approved all matters proposed at the Annual General Meeting held last March 23, 2015. Matters included: appointment of DeVisser Gray, Chartered Accountants as auditors; setting three directors for the ensuing year; reelection of Direcotrs Brian Findlay, Benjamin Ainsworth and Catherine Hickson; and the amendment of a stock option plan.
Pure Energy Minerals (TSXV:PE) reported that GeoXplor Corp., operator of the Clayton Valley project in Nevada, has started drilling at exploration well CV-2. Data from this drilling will be used to qualify the seismic reflection survey previously conducted in the Clayton Valley basin, and will provide important information for an Inferred Resource 43-101 report.
NexGen Energy Ltd. (TSXV:NXE) announced that high grade cores within the A2 and A3 zone have been significantly expanded by angled drill holes AR-15-39w1 and AR-15-41. The intersection of mineralization in the A2 and A3 shears show true widths of approximately 27.5 m and 78.6 m, respectively. According to VP for Exploration and Development, Garrett Ainsworth, “The high grade sections of the A2 and A3 shears are taking shape beautifully into what is heading towards a world class uranium asset in the southwest Athabasca Basin. Initial testing of the A3 shear with drill holes AR-15-39, -39w1, and -41 shows A3 is significantly larger in size than A2 and just as mineralized.”
Energy Fuels Inc. (NYSEMKT:UUUU,TSX:EFR) reported financial results for the year ended December 31, 2014. The Company earned $46.25 million in total revenue, with a gross profit of $15.97 Million from mining and milling operations. A strong balance sheet was also reported, including $38.60 million of working capital.
Energy Fuels Inc. (NYSEMKT:UUUU,TSX:EFR) announced the SEDAR filing of an updated mineral resource estimate and preliminary economic assessment for the Roca Honda uranium project (60% owned), a mineral resource estimate for its Wate breccia-pipe uranium project (50% owned). and an updated mineral resource estimate for its Sage Plain uranium/vanadium project (100% owned).
Colonial Coal International Corp. (TSXV:CAD) reported that shareholders of the company, as well as shareholders of Tuya Energy Inc., approved the plan of arrangement whereby Colonial will acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Tuya. Each Tuya shareholder will receive 0.5 of a common share of Colonial for each Tuya Share held. Subject to receipt of all approvals, the transaction is expected to close on or about March 31, 2015.
Forum Uranium Corp. (TSXV: FDC) CEO Rick Mazur was interviewed by SmallCap Power as part of their “Companies to Watch” series. In the interview, Mr. Mazur reports the company’s current activities on its Fir Island project located along the north rim of the eastern Athabasca Basin.
NexGen Energy Ltd. (TSXV:NXE) announced its second set of assay results from the current winter drilling program at the Arrow Zone on the Rook I property in the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan. Highlights from this set inlcude Hole AR-15-37 which assayed 16.5 m at 2.46% uranium, including 3.0 m @ 12.85% uranium; and 40.0 m @ 2.88% uranium including 22.0 m @ 4.92% uranium.
Cobre Montana (ASX:CXB) Managing Director Adrian Griffin is anticipating a Scoping Study for the Cinovec project in the Czech Republic, “within the next couple of months.” He also said, “if you go back only 2 months, that project was considered a tin project; by applying the appropriate technology, we found that there is probably twice as much lithium value in that project as there is tin.” Cobre Montana applied their licensed processing technology to extract lithium from the micas and achieved float recoveries of 98% and leach extraction of 99.5% lithium at Cinovec.