Minera Andes Inc

US Gold's El Gallo gold project in Sinaloa state, Mexico. Photo by US Gold

Merger of US Gold, Minera Andes goes ahead

When Rob McEwen first proposed the combination of US Gold (UXG-T, UXG-N) and Minera Andes (MAI-T, MNEAF-O) in June 2011, the chairman, chief executive and largest shareholder of both companies thought the deal easily could be completed by early…

McEwen to merge US Gold, Minera Andes

Rob McEwen, the largest shareholder of both US Gold (UXG-T, UXG-N) and Minera Andes (MAI-T), plans to combine the two companies to create what would be a dynamic, mid-tier silver producer in the Americas….

Minera Andes beefs up San Jose

Minera Andes (MAI-T, MNEAF-O) continues to get a better grasp of the system of gold and silver bearing veins that spread through its San Jose mine in Argentina even as the mine generates cashflows for the company. The latest round of results…

Peregrine Metals' Altar porphyry copper-gold deposit in Argentina's San Juan province. Photo by Peregrine Metals

Peregrine Metals is on the move

With the war for talent heating up in the mining industry, it was something of a coup for junior Peregrine Metals (PGM-T) to snag as its new president Richard Leclerc – a seasoned mining veteran who, over his 29-year career, has been a key…

An aerial view of Minera Andes and Hochschild Mining's San Jose silver-gold mine in Santa Cruz province, Argentina. Photo by Minera Andes

Minera Andes makes headway at San Jose mine (March 28, 2011)

Exploration drilling in and around the San Jose underground mine last year uncovered 7.5 km of new high-grade silver-gold veins, a 44% year-on-year increase in the cumulative strike length of all the known veins at the mine, Minera Andes…

New Loz Azules PEA lifts Minera Andes

Vancouver – Metal prices can make or break a project, and in the case of Minera Andes’ (MAI-T) Los Azules project a stronger copper price has dramatically increased the potential mine’s value.

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