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Carnaby receives firm commitments for A$20m placement

Australian exploration and development company Carnaby Resources has secured support for its $13.3m (A$20m) non-underwritten placement from institutional and sophisticated investors. 

This placement involves the issuance of 16.4 million new fully paid ordinary shares at $0.81 (A$1.22) apiece.. 

The proceeds will be used to expedite the company’s exploration activities.

Source: Mining Technology

Essential Metals shareholders reject Tianqi-IGO’s buyout offer

Shareholders of Australian lithium explorer Essential Metals have turned down a $92m (A$136m) buyout proposal from a joint venture of Tianqi Lithium and IGO. In January, the Tianqi Lithium Energy Australia joint venture offered $0.33 (A$0.50) a share for the takeover and signed a scheme implementation agreement.

Source: Mining Technology

Fosterville South signs term sheet to acquire Wild Dog Resources

Fosterville South Exploration has agreed to acquire a significant 2,166km² mineral exploration land package in Papua New Guinea from Wild Dog Resources. The mineral exploration land package comprises multiple exploration licences and exploration licence applications.

Source: Mining Technology

Genesis to acquire St Barbara’s WA assets under revised $403m deal

Genesis Minerals has reached a revised deal with gold producer St Barbara to purchase the latter’s Leonora assets in Western Australia for nearly $403m (A$600m). The deal involves the divestment of St Barbara’s Leonora assets including the Gwalia mine, as well as nearby exploration and development assets.

Source: Mining Technology