MiningMaven Podcast 115 - with David Archer of Savannah Resources (SAV)

Jul 01, 2019, 10:45 AM
Today’s guest on the MiningMaven podcast is David Archer, Chief Executive Officer of Savannah Resources (LSE:SAV). Savannah has just acquired the remaining 25pc of its flagship asset, the Mina do Barroso lithium project in northern Portugal, giving it full ownership of the project. In the interview, David discusses progress at the spodumene lithium project and the wider lithium and battery space.
 
This interview was recorded on 27th June 2019.
 
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