Picture: Taken outside Gao, Mali, convoy travelling under supervision of Mali Army and Federal Police
Project: Initial asset analysis in support of JORC compliance
Requirement: Site walkover, hand sampling of Manganese and Labratory assessment.
Output: 43-101 report
Picture: Taken at Niger / Mali border, vehicle and equipment searched
Sales Merc Role: Strategic Pursuit
Coffey International Limited (ASX:COF) (Coffey) is pleased to announce they have been appointed by Transatlantic Mining Corp (TSX.V: TCO) (Transatlantic) as a key provider of technical services on their Ansongo Manganese project in Mali, West Africa.
Transatlantic CEO, Aidan Nania commented: "We are delighted to work with the team at Coffey. They meet our requirements to move this project forward and deliver value for shareholders. Coffey recently conducted a site visit and have begun work on an initial resource estimate for the project."
Coffey will leverage a combined Australian and African team to identify the full extent of mineralisation across the eight hills on the site. A range of services from exploration drilling and management, through to delivery of the detailed feasibility study will be provided over an anticipated 18-month time frame.
Full article: http://www.coffey.com/en/about-us/latest-news/coffey-appointed-by-transatlantic-to-conduct-resource-estimate-at-ansongo/
Picture: Taken outside Gao, Mali. Mali Regular Army soldiers patrol in light 4WD utilities whilst French Regular Army units hold key positions in ASLAV and Armored Personnel Carriers. Billboards reinforce the martial law implications for carriage of weapons and explosives
Picture: Taken inside Gao, Mali. Mali regular army use sand filled hessian agricultural sacks to create choke points on main roads.
Picture: Taken near Ansongo, buildings show signs of heavy battle damage