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Last 0.14 GBp
Change Today 0.00 / 0.00%
Volume 50.0K
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52 Week High
07/8/14 - 0.53 GBp
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Market Cap
1.3M
Average Volume 10 Days
5.5M
EPS TTM
-0.0015 GBp
Shares Outstanding
992.3M
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greatland gold plc (GGP) Details

Greatland Gold plc engages in the exploration and development of natural resource properties in Tasmania and Western Australia. It primarily explores for gold deposits. The company holds interests in the Ernest Giles project that comprises three contiguous tenements covering an area of 945 sq kms located to the north east of Laverton; the Bromus project located in the southern Yilgarn region; the Warrentinna project, which includes two contiguous tenements covering an area of 113 sq kms; Firetower project that consists of four contiguous tenements covering a total area of 265 sq kms; and the Lisle project located to the northeast of Launceston in north-east Tasmania. Greatland Gold plc was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

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greatland gold plc (GGP) Key Developments

Greatland Gold plc Commences Drilling at Ernest Giles

Greatland Gold plc announced that drilling has begun at its Ernest Giles project. The Ernest Giles project is located in central Western Australia. Greatland has begun drilling gold and nickel targets at Ernest Giles. Drilling to include gold targets at Empress and Meadows, and the new Carnegie nickel target. First batch of samples are expected to be dispatched to the laboratory in the coming days.

Greatland Gold plc Receives Government Approvals to Begin Drilling at Ernest Giles Project, Western Australia

Greatland Gold plc announced that it has received Government approvals to begin drilling at its Ernest Giles project. Ernest Giles Project, Western Australia: the Ernest Giles project is located in central Western Australia, covering an area of 945 square kilometres that includes over 100km of gold and nickel prospective rocks. The area is covered by desert sands and sediments, making it virtually unexplored. The region is home to several successful exploration discoveries such as Tropicana, which contains over 7 million ounces, and Yamarna, with over 3.5 million ounces. Greatland has received formal government approvals to begin drilling. Drill access at Ernest Giles has been established and field crews are on the ground making further preparations for the arrival of equipment.

Greatland Gold Announces Commencement of Drilling at Ernest Giles Project

Greatland Gold plc announced details of drilling scheduled for the Company's Ernest Giles project. RC and Diamond drilling will be carried out at several sites within the Ernest Giles project second quarter of 2015. Drill access has been established with drilling scheduled to commence in early second quarter of 2015. The Ernest Giles project is located in central Western Australia, covering an area of 945 square kilometres that includes over 100km of gold and nickel prospective rocks. The area is covered by desert sands and sediments, making it virtually unexplored. The region is home to several successful exploration discoveries such as Tropicana, which contains over 7 million ounces, and Yamarna (Gold Road Resources) with over 3.5 million ounces. A review of airborne geophysics and subsequent MMI sampling was completed during 2014 which clearly defined drill targets across the licences. Such targets include the exciting surface MMI anomaly at Empress, which peaks at 338ppb Au, and the surface MMI anomaly at Meadows, which peaks at 68ppb Au. Meadows is approximately 400m south of massive sulphide mineralisation and gold mineralisation that Greatland intersected during previous drilling. Drilling will also be carried out at the Dromedary structural target in the north of the project area.

 

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