MiningMaven Podcast 113 - with Matt Bull of Armadale Capital (ACP)

Jun 27, 2019, 01:06 PM
Today’s guest on the MiningMaven podcast is Matt Bull, Technical Director at Armadale Capital (LSE:ACP). Armadale’s flagship asset is the Mahenge Liandu graphite project its developing in Tanzania. The company is working towards delivering a Definitive Feasibility Study later this year and has just released some excellent high-grade assay results which the firm says have validated its commercialisation plan.

This interview was recorded on 25th June 2019.

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