Deal with global giant comes as Cameco fuels uranium bulls with decision to restart two mines. Plus, Coda’s corporate action puts spotlight on its upside and Caspin likens its find to Chalice’s Gonneville.
Last week’s suggestion that Boss Energy (BOE) must be close to deciding what to do with the hidden copper-gold-zinc potential of the tenements covering its Honeymoon uranium project in South Australia’s Curnamona province was on the mark.
The suggestion was based on a diary entry from February last year which noted Boss had completed a comprehensive desktop review of all historical geoscientific information acquired since exploration began in the area in the late 1960s.
The review highlighted uranium upside which was nice. But it also highlighted the region’s untapped copper-gold-zinc exploration potential, prompting the idea that a year on, Boss must have been close to capturing value for the non-uranium potential.As luck would have it, the diary note […]
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