VRX Releases June 2020 Quarter Report, Stock Up 2%

  • Jul 31, 2020 AEST
  • Team Kalkine

Silica sand exploration player, VRX Silica Limited (ASX:VRX) has published its Quarterly Activity Report for the quarter ending 30th June 2020. Following the key update, the Company’s stock is trading 2.06 per cent higher at $0.099 as at 11:55 AM AEST.

VRX Silica undertook the following developments during the quarter:

  • Arrowsmith Projects
    • Completed negotiations with the Southern Yamatji Native Title claimants and the Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation, regarding a planned mining project agreement for the Arrowsmith Projects and consent for the grant of the Mining Leases and Miscellaneous Licences for the projects.
    • Completed all field work needed to support the environmental referrals for assessment by DAWE (Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment).
  • Muchea Project
    • Completed formal process with the National Native Title Tribunal required under Native Title Mining Project Agreement to obtain consent orders for the grant of the Mining Lease M70/1390.


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