In this edition of the Stateside Report Podcast we take a look back at the week in gold, silver, the base metals and the stocks and then we discuss the news stories of the week including news from Alexandria Minerals $AZX, Degrey Mining $DEG.AX, Goldplay Exploration $GPLY, Silver Bull Resources $SVB, Imetal Resources $IMR, Arizona Silver Exploration $AZS, Squire Mining $SQR, Nevada Exploration $NGE, Maritime Resources $MAE, Rye Patch Gold $RPM, Klondex Mines $KDX, and NV Gold $NVX. We talk gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc, nickel, uranium, lithium and oil.
In this episode of the Stateside Report podcast we take a look back at the week in gold, silver, the base metals and the stocks, recap our trip to PDAC and the companies we talked to and then discuss the news of the week from the following companies: Cypress Development $CYP, NV Gold $NVX, West African Resources $WAF, Atlantic Gold $AGB, Maritime Resources $MAE, Namibia Rare Earths $NRE, PJX Resources $PJX, Euro Sun Mining $ESM, and Adamera Minerals $ADZ. We talk gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc, lithium, nickel, cobalt, uranium and oil.
We will do a PDAC recap and news from the past week on the junior exploration sector.
In this Pre-PDAC edition of the Stateside Report podcast we take a look back at the week in gold, silver, the base metals and the stocks, we list the companies we plan to visit while at PDAC that I will be reporting back on the next week and then finally wrap up with news of the week from the Canadian junior sector including: Cypress Development Corp $CYP, Azincourt Energy $AAZ, New Dimension Resources $NDR, Carlin Gold $CGD, McLaren Resources $MCL, and Centenera Mining $CT. We talk gold, silver, copper, nickel, lead, zinc, uranium, lithium and oil.
On February 20th, Cypress announced additional results that confirm the high solubility of lithium in claystone from its 100%-owned Clayton Valley Project in Nevada. As previously reported (January 9, 2018 press release), lithium extractions of 74% were obtained for both oxidized and reduced claystone samples from drill core from hole DCH-05, leached in a solution of 5% sulfuric acid heated to 80°C. Subsequent tests reported today show lithium extractions of 67% for the oxidized claystone and 80% for the reduced claystone sample, leached under identical conditions but using a solution of 10% sulfuric acid heated to 50°C. These results are in line with previous results and continue to demonstrate the solubility of lithium found in the subsurface claystone at Clayton Valley using sulfuric acid. An opportunity to improve extractions by adjusting leach conditions is now also apparent. See the full release here