Aldridge Minerals Inc

Aldridge de-risks Yenipazar

Turkey—a nation at the crossroads of Europe and Asia measuring about 1,600 km long and 800 km wide—is punching above its weight as an emerging mining jurisdiction with operating mines owned by Inmet Mining (IMN-T), Eldorado Gold…

Locals survey the past-producing Panguna copper-gold open pit mine in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea. Photo by Ian Bickis

The high-stakes world of Papua New Guinea mining

PORT MORESBY, PAPUA NEW GUINEA — Rising out of the sea at the collision of the Pacific and Indo-Australian tectonic plates, Papua New Guinea is the stuff of legend for both its geological potential and punishing working environment.

Papua New Guinea scaring off miners

Aldridge Minerals (AGM-V) has added its name to a growing list of mining companies leaving or looking to leave Papua New Guinea (PNG).The company will abandon its Kili Teke gold-copper property in the country now that its licence renewal…

Gold takes the spotlight at Aldridge’s Yenipazar

Aldridge Minerals (AGM-V) aims to capitalize on Turkey’s mining boom, which has drawn substantial international curiosity and investment.  Aldridge has been on a bit of a roll recently with upgraded metallurgy and an expanded…

Venture down in June 11-15 period

VANCOUVER — The S&P TSX Venture Composite Index dropped 41.91 points after four days of losses outweighed one day of gains in the June 11-15 period, ending at 1,251.02 points. Volume was also down for most of the period, but a spike…

Aldridge makes big strides at Yenipazar

VANCOUVER — Aldridge Minerals (AGM-V) is aiming to be the next Canadian explorer to take advantage of a mining boom in Turkey that has drawn substantial international investment, and positioned the country as Europe’s top gold…

Aldridge likes what it sees at PNG discovery

When Aldridge Minerals (AGM-V) acquired a 450-sq.-km licence in Papua New Guinea (PNG) in February 2009, it fielded three requests from majors to joint-venture the property even before any samples were taken.

People (July 28, 2003)

Alberta Star — Allan Feldman appointed head of investor relations.Aldridge — Brian Mountford resigned as president and director; Morris Beattie appointed president.Claude Res. — Robert…

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