MiningMaven Podcast 110 - with David Linsley of Pembridge Resources

Jun 13, 2019, 10:19 PM
Today’s guest on the MiningMaven podcast is the CEO of Pembridge Resources (LSE: PERE), David Linsley. The company is currently suspended on the London Stock Exchange and has just announced has finalised the acquisition of the Minto Copper, gold and Silver Mine located in Canada. David talks about the history of the mine, it’s potential and operational plans. He also touches on the offtake agreement and what steps are required to relist the company.
 
This interview was recorded on 11th June 2019.
 
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