MiningMaven Podcast 117 - with Paul Johnson of Power Metal Resources (POW)

Jul 12, 08:51 AM
Today’s guest on the MiningMaven podcast is Paul Johnson, Executive Director of Power Metal Resources (LSE:POW). Power is focussed on energy metals including Cobalt, Nickel, and copper and is currently developing five projects across Africa. In the interview, Paul discusses the company’s strategy, board experience giving Power an edge in Africa, and the projects it's developing that could potentially lead to a major discovery in the battery metals space.
 
This interview was recorded on 10th July 2019.
 
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