Tungsten Company News Directory

Blackheath Resources Releases Maiden Resource Estimate for Covas: 449,800 MTUs WO3 indicated, 767,100 MTUs WO3 inferred

Blackheath Resources Inc. (TSX:BHR) announced its maiden resource estimate for the Covas Tungsten Project in northern Portugal: 449,800 MTUs tungsten trioxide indicated mineral resource based on 1,081,000 tonnes at an average grade of 0.42% tungsten trioxide; with 767,100 MTUs tungsten trioxide inferred mineral resource based on 2,211,000 tonnes at an average grade of 0.35% tungsten trioxide. The resource estimate includes all drilling to-date, as well as the 46 diamond drill holes completed from 2012 and 326 historic drill holes from previous operators.

Premier African Provides Construction Update for RHA Tungsten Mine in Zimbabwe

Premier African Minerals Ltd. (LSE:PREM) announced an update on its construction process at its RHA tungsten project in Zimbabwe, which showed earthworks are ahead of schedule, all major orders for supply and reticulation of services have been placed and plant fabrication is on schedule for shipment to Johannesburg to RHA in May 2015.

Wolf Minerals Increases Ore Reserves at Hemerdon by 34%

Wolf Minerals Limited (ASX:WLF) announced a 34% increase in ore reserves at the Hemerdon Tungsten and Tin Project in Devon, England: new Ore Reserve is 35.7Mt at 0.18% WO3 and 0.03% Sn (reported above a 0.05% W (0.063% WO3) cut-off). The increase is a result of a successful geotechnical drilling program in 2014 which targeted the potential for steeper pit walls. The program resulted in a new pit design 65 meters deeper, and an increase in ore reserves.

Wolf Minerals Receives Temporary Approval to Increase Operating Hours at Drakelands Mine

Wolf Minerals Limited (ASX:WLF,AIM:WLFE) announced it has received temporary approval from the Devon County council to increase the primary crusher's operating hours at the Drakesland mine to 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Previously, the primary crusher, which is located at the company's Hemerdon tungsten and tin project in Devon, southwest England, was restricted to running for five and a half days per week.