IronRidge Resources is a Brisbane based, African focussed and AIM listed exploration and development company that has been in the news recently thanks to securing £5.4 million funding in Q4 2018. Their current focus is on a lithium pegmatite discovery in Ghana and gold projects in Chad and the Ivory Coast.
We spoke to Len Kolff from IronRidge Resources at Mines and Money to get an overview of what the company have planned for 2019.
Whilst Ghana is not traditionally associated with Lithium, it was the reference to lithium in the PhD thesis from a female Ghanaian geologist from the 70s that first flagged up the potential here to IronRidge. A deposit was drilled, but this was subsequently forgotten about in the subsequent goldrush in Ghana. IronRidge has an extensive drill programme planned for 2019.
Len also gave us an insight into why IronRidge is so confident about the geological upside to their operations in Chad.
About IronRidge Resources
IronRidge Resources is an AIM listed minerals exploration company with a diversified portfolio of gold, lithium, bauxite, titanium and iron ore in frontier regions of Africa and Australia. IronRidge has a significant province scale gold portfolio in Chad, Central Africa and multiple province scale gold and lithium projects in Ivory Coast and Ghana, West Africa through joint venture and direct application, wholly owned advanced bauxite and titanium projects in Queensland, Australia and two wholly owned province scale iron ore projects in Gabon, West Africa. IronRidge’s corporate strategy is to create and sustain shareholder value through the discovery of world-class and globally demanded commodities.
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