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RAFAELLA RESOURCES LTD. - Corporate Spotlight

Rafaella Resources Limited (ASX:RFR) is a global developer and explorer of world-class... Rafaella Resources Limited (ASX:RFR) is a global developer and explorer of world-class mineral deposits. Rafaella is currently fast-tracking its wholly-owned Santa Comba tungsten project in Spain and has recently agreed to acquire high-grade nickel-copper sulphide projects in Canada.More

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Rafaella Resources Limited (ASX:RFR) is a global developer and explorer of world-class mineral deposits. Rafaella is currently fast-tracking its wholly-owned Santa Comba tungsten project in Spain and has recently agreed to acquire high-grade nickel-copper sulphide projects in Canada.
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RAFAELLA STRONG START TO FY 2021

RFR RECEIVES INITIAL RESULTS SANTA COMBA

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Rafaella Resources (ASX:RFR) receives initial results from Spanish project

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Managing Director, Steven Turner


  • Rafaella Resources (RFR) has received initial assay results from the 2021 diamond drilling program at the Santa Comba tungsten and tin project in Spain

  • The aim of this drilling program is to expand the existing mineral resource estimate and convert the inferred resource to measured and indicated 
  • So far 22 holes have been drilled and results have been received for three, which saw grades peak at 3.90 per cent tungsten trioxide and 4731 parts per million tin
  • Drilling is expected to wrap up by the end of April, and an updated JORC mineral resource estimate is planned for Q2 2021

Rafaella Resources (RFR) has received initial assay results from the 2021 diamond drilling program at the Santa Comba tungsten and tin project in Spain. 


The primary aim of this drilling program is to better define and expand the existing mineral resource estimate of 10.6 million tonnes at 0.17 per cent tungsten trioxide and 154 parts per million (ppm) tin. 


Rafaella is also aiming to convert the inferred resource to measured and indicated, expand the near-surface resources and confirm high-grade mineralisation. 


So far 22 diamond holes, totalling around 3190 metres, have been drilled at Santa Comba, and Rafaella has received results for three. 


Best results include 1.5 metres at 3.90 per cent tungsten trioxide and 4731 ppm tin from 34.25 metres and 1.5 metres at 1.68 per cent tungsten trioxide from 50.20 metres. 


"These results will be fed into the mine plan and should be immediately accretive to the project, enhancing shareholder value and building a sustainable development for the future," Managing Director Steven Turner said.


Results for the remaining holes are pending and will be reported on in due course. 


Drilling is expected to wrap up by the end of April and an updated JORC mineral resource estimate is planned for Q2 2021. 


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RFR ACCELERATES DEVELOPMENT SANTA COMBA

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Rafaella Resources (ASX:RFR) accelerates development of Santa Comba

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Managing Director, Steven Turner

  • Rafaella Resources (RFR) has updated the market on the development of the Santa Comba tungsten project in Spain
  • Since its last update in February, the company has accelerated the development of its underground mining and processing operations 
  • As a result, first tungsten concentrate is expected in early September 
  • Additionally, early access to the underground ore will allow Rafaella to generate near-term cash flow and stagger operations
  • Rafaella is steady on the market and shares are trading at 11 cents

Rafaella Resources (RFR) has updated the market on the development of the Santa Comba tungsten project in Spain. 


Since its last update in early February, Rafaella has accelerated development of its underground mining and processing operations with first tungsten concentrate expected in early September. 


These underground operations were last operated in 1985 by Coparex Minera and there are almost 7000 metres of workings with visible high-grade wolframite (iron-manganese tungsten) veins. 


In August, Rafaella's subsidiary, Galicia Tin and Tungsten, began an engineering study for the restart of operations at the underground operations. 


Since then, Galicia has engaged Perforaciones del Noreste to install services, acquire ventilation equipment and undertake steps to improve access. 


First concentrate will come from the remaining 18,000 tonnes of blasted rock from previous work. 


Once this has been depleted, additional ore will be generated via raise mining which allows access to narrow vein mineralisation with minimal dilution. 


This early access to underground ore will allow Rafaella to generate near-term cash flow and stagger operations.


"Rafaella has an existing underground permit and process plant construction permit. This allows the company to stagger the commencement of operations and generate early cash flows," Managing Director Steven Turner said. 


"The decision to accelerate the underground development is a strong vote of confidence by the company in its ability to become the next producer of tungsten in Europe," he added. 


Rafaella is steady on the market and shares are trading at 11 cents at 1:58 pm AEDT.


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RFR NEW ANOMOLIES AT MIDRIM & LAFORCE

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Rafaella Resources (ASX:RFR) identifies new anamolies at Midrim & Laforce

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Rafaella Resources (ASX:RFR) identifies new anamolies at Midrim & Laforce
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  • Rafaella Resources (RFR) has identified new, high-priority anomalies at its Laforce and Midrim nickel-copper-PGE projects in Canada
  • The exploration company carried out a heliborne low-frequency EM (electromagnetic) survey across a more than 800 kilometres stretch
  • The survey identified one strong, discrete new anomaly and three clusters of previously unknown moderate strength anomalies.
  • Pleasingly, the discrete, late time bed-rock conductor was the exact style of anomaly it was targeting within that region
  • The company has labelled the find a "high-priority" and as a result, will now push ahead with drill-testing 
  • Shares in RFR are trading at 10 cents per share, down 9.09 per cent

Rafaella Resources (RFR) has identified new, high-priority anomalies at its Laforce and Midrim projects.


The nickel-copper-PGE claims are both are located in the Belleterre-Angliers Greenstone Belt in Quebec, Canada.


The company identified the anomalies via a heliborne low-frequency EM (electromagnetic) survey across a planned 821.8-kilometre stretch.


Specifically, RFR said it identified one strong, discrete new anomaly and three clusters of previously unknown moderate strength anomalies.


The new anomaly is a particularly pleasing result for Rafaella, as the discrete, late time bed-rock conductor was exactly the style of anomaly it was targeting within that region.


The materials stock said this newest anomaly was a great priority for future exploration, with follow-up drilling now being planned.


"The identification of several new deeper anomalies of significance, including one of first order is extremely exciting for the prospectivity of the Canadian nickel-copper-PGE assets," Managing Director Steven Turner said.


"Rafaella continues to deliver excellent results across its portfolio of critical metals and will now plan a drilling campaign to unlock the significant upside that these Canadian assets hold for the company and its shareholders. 


Shares in Rafaella Resources are trading down 9.09 per cent at 10 cents per share at market close on Thursday.


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RFR SANTA COMBA ON TRACK PRODUCTION 2021

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Rafaella Resources (ASX:RFR) confirms Santa Comba on track for 2021 production

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  • Rafaella Resources' (RFR) Santa Comba Tungsten Project remains on track for first production later this year, with a new drilling campaign underway
  • The drilling at the Spanish site aims to enhance the current resource for Santa Comba and also extend the mine life
  • RFR released a pre-feasibility study for the project in December and since then has advanced site preparations and offtake discussion
  • The Tasmanian Government has also offered support to a tungsten mine in the region, which RFR considers a sign of Australia's willingness to disrupt China's supply
  • Rafaella's shares have jumped up 8.7 per cent following's Friday's update, trading at 10 cents each

Rafaella Resources (RFR) has released an update on its Santa Comba Tungsten Project, stating it remains on track for first production later this year.


The company released a series of updates on the project today, including that a new drilling campaign at the site in Spain had gotten underway.


The materials stock said two drilling rigs had completed around 3500 metres to date of the 4500-metre program.

The overall aim of this campaign is to enhance the current resource for Santa Comba and also to extend the project's planned mine life.


RFR also revealed in today's update that its advanced site preparations and offtake discussions for Santa Comba are progressing well.


The company released a pre-feasibility study for the project in December last year, setting out the path to development.

Additionally, Rafaella has noted that more support has been given to other tungsten mine's from Australian Governments, who want to disrupt China's stake in the material.


The Tasmanian Government offered $10 million in support to the mine, which RFR Managing Director Steven Turner said was a pleasing development.


"The recently announced offer of financial support by the Tasmanian government for the Dolphin tungsten mine is evidence of growing concern amongst western nations on the dependence of China for this critical material," he said.


"Strategically located to supply Europe and North America, with mining concessions in place through to 2068, significant infrastructure already at site and underpinned by exceptional project economics, Santa Comba is well placed to be the next western producer of this critical metal," he added.



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RFR UPDATE IN NEW DRILLING PROGRAM

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Rafaella Resources (ASX:RFR) eyes resource update in new drilling program

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  • Rafaella Resources (RFR) has contracted a Spanish drilling contractor to undertake up to 4500 metres of drilling at the Santa Comba Project in Spain
  • The diamond drilling program is initially aimed at converting the project's inferred resources to the measured and indicated status
  • Then, step-out drilling will be conducted to expand the resource and infill drilling may follow depending on results
  • The updated mineral resources will be fed into updated mine schedules as part of Rafaella's stage one mine plan
  • Drilling has already commenced and is expected to wrap up by the end of April

Rafaella Resources (RFR) has announced 4500 metres of diamond drilling has begun at its Santa Comba Project in Spain. 


Through its Spanish subsidiary, Galicia Tin and Tungsten SL (GTT), Rafaella appointed a drilling contractor, known as SPI for short, to conduct the drilling program.


SPI was chosen as it previously conducted diamond drilling for the company in 2016 as well as reverse circulation (RC) drilling for the 2019-2020 drilling campaign.


Initially, up to 1500 metres, for seven holes, will be dedicated to converting Santa Comba's inferred resources to the measured and indicated status. Four of these initial holes sit within the quarry and will fall within stage one of the mine plan.


Around 3000 metres of step-out drilling will then be undertaken to expand the resource. Depending on the results, this may be followed by infill drilling.


"This drilling campaign is intended to take a project that has already demonstrated exceptional economics and add scale in terms of resource, mine life and shareholder value," Managing Director Steven Turner said.


"The purpose of the campaign is to deliver resources that will be fed directly into updated mine schedules and therefore should be immediately accretive to the project economics," he added.


SPI has mobilised a rig to the site and drilling has commenced. A second rig will be mobilised on February 2. 


Drilling is expected to be completed by the end of April and will be followed by an updated mineral resource estimate, revised mine schedules and project economics.



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RFR FINDS SIGNIFICANT TARGETS IN CANADA

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Rafaella Resources (ASX:RFR) finds significant targets in Canada

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Managing Director, Steven Turner
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  • Rafaella Resources (RFR) has identified significant copper, gold and silver targets at the McCleery Project in Canada
  • Throughout September, Rafaella's geological consulting team, Aurora Geosciences, undertook an exploration program at the project
  • This work confirmed the presence of polymetallic, copper-silver-cobalt-gold, occurrences along the primary ridgelines
  • Additionally, areas of massive magnetite-pyrrhotite-pyrite were discovered along the north 
  • Further surveys have been planned which are set to begin in Q2 2021 
  • Rafaella has ended the day 5.71 per cent in the red with shares trading at 6.6 cents



Rafaella Resources (RFR) has identified significant copper, gold and silver targets at the McCleery Project in Canada. 


McCleery lies roughly 170 kilometres southeast of Whitehorse, the territorial capital of the Yukon in northwest Canada. 


Throughout September, Rafaella's geological consulting team, Aurora Geosciences, undertook an exploration program at the project. 

This work confirmed the presence of polymetallic, copper-silver-cobalt-gold, occurrences along the primary ridgelines. 


The mineralisation is predominantly copper-silver with up to 11.31 per cent copper and 528g/t silver being returned.


Additionally, areas of massive magnetite-pyrrhotite-pyrite were discovered along the north. 


"The results of this four-day survey are highly encouraging, the new massive magnetite, pyrrhotite, pyrite talus float and the gold mineralised quartz vein float are clearly worthy of detailed follow up as soon as the field season opens up this coming Spring," Managing Director Steven Turner said. 


"To tie these surveys in with the companies filed programs at Midrim and Laforce projects bodes well for our Canadian exploration development for the second quarter of 2021," he added. 


Rafaella has ended the day 5.71 per cent in the red with shares trading at 6.6 cents in a $7.535 million market cap.



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RFR HIGH POTENTIAL TUNGSTEN PLAY

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Disclaimer: This report has been commissioned and paid for by Rafaella Resources Ltd (Company) and has been prepared by Pitt Street Research, an Authorised Representative of BR Securities Australia Pty Ltd. The report solely reflects the views of Pitt Street Research.


Any opinions, forecasts, recommendations or forward-looking statements in the report reflect the judgement and assumptions of Pitt Street Research at the date of publication of the report. The Company does not endorse the findings or contents of the report, including any price target, earnings forecast or other statement about the Company’s prospects, and will not be responsible for any loss or damage arising in any way from errors, omissions or misstatements in the report or the use of, or reliance on, the report in any way.

RFR COMPLETES CANADIAN PURCHASES

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Rafaella Resources (ASX:RFR) completes Canadian purchases


  • Minerals explorer Rafaella Resources (RFR) has completed its purchase of the Midrim and Laforce nickel, copper and platinum group elements deposits
  • The company has met all the requirements for the purchase, including issuing Meteoric over 13 million shares 
  • The projects are located in the Province of Quebec, Canada, and complement Rafaella's existing focus on developing potential near-term mining operations
  • On the market this afternoon, Rafaella is up 7.18 per cent and is trading for 9.7 cents per share



Rafaella Resources (RFR) has completed its purchase of the Midrim and Laforce nickel, copper and platinum group elements (PGE) deposits.


In August, the company announced it will purchase Midrim and Laforce from Meteoric Resources (MEI). All conditions of this agreement have been met, hence the completed purchase. 


The projects are located in the highly prospective Belleterre- Angliers Greenstone Belt in the Province of Quebec, Canada and complement the company's existing focus on developing potential near-term mining operations. 


Just over 13 million of Rafaella shares have now been issued to Meteoric at a deemed price of 9 cents per share.

 

The Midrim deposit previous intersections include 4.3 metres at 6.57 per cent of nickel, 5.15 per cent copper and 7.15g/t PGEs from 57.15-metre depth in hole MR00-05. While hole MR00-37, has recorded 4.6 metres at 5.97 per cent nickel, 4.91 per cent copper and 3.38g/t PGEs from 48.00-metre depth.


Rafaella Resources is an explorer and developer of mineral deposits around the world. It owns the Santa Comba tungsten and tin development project in Spain and the McCleery cobalt and copper exploration project in Canada.


Managing Director Steven Turner is pleased the deal is completed and welcomed Meteoric Resources to the company's shareholder register. 


"Rafaella is pleased to confirm that we have now completed on the acquisition of these highly attractive Canadian nickel-copper sulphide deposits, adding significant upside to an already exciting Canadian exploration portfolio," he said. 


"With the ongoing work on the Santa Comba tungsten project, Rafaella is building a balanced portfolio of assets in critical commodities located in low-risk, mining-friendly jurisdictions," he added. 


On the market this afternoon, Rafaella is up 7.18 per cent and is trading for 9.7 cents per share per share at 12:58 pm AEDT.



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RFR RELEASES PFS FOR SANTA COMBA PROJECT

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Rafaella Resources (ASX:RFR) releases PFS for Santa Comba Project

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  • Rafaella Resources (RFR) has released its pre-feasibility study (PFS) for its Santa Comba Tungsten and Tin Project in Spain
  • The study focused on the company's plan to develop an open-pit operation at Santa Comba
  • The PFS assigns the project a proven and probable ore reserve of 4.59 million tonnes at a 0.148 per cent tungsten (WO3) grade
  • It also sets out five-year mine life at 1.3 million tonnes per annum (mtpa), giving it a pre-tax net present value (NPV) of US$28.6 million (around A$40.3 million)
  • An estimated US$7.1 million (roughly A$9.62 million) in capital costs would need to be spent on the project, but the PFS estimates payback could be achieved within five months
  • Next steps for RFR following the release of the study include ramping up development at the site, with some work already underway
  • Shares in RFR have opened trading up 2.5 per cent at 8.2 cents each



Rafaella Resources (RFR) has released its pre-feasibility study (PFS) for its Santa Comba Tungsten and Tin Project.


The PFS was conducted in-house, with help from leading consultants, and focuses on RFR's plan to develop an open-pit operation at the Spanish project.


The study assigns Santa Comba a five-year open pit mine life at 1.3 million tonnes per annum (mtpa).


It also assigns the project a proven and probable ore reserve of 4.59 million tonnes at a grade of 0.148 per cent tungsten (WO3).


All up, Santa Comba has been given a pre-tax net present value (NPV) of US$28.6 million (around A$40.3 million) and a pre-tax internal rate of return (IRR) of 156 per cent.


Rafaella estimates it would be able to achieve payback within five months after investing a total development capital expenditure of US$7.1 million (roughly A$9.62 million).


"The results of this detailed PFS clearly demonstrate that the Santa Comba Project is an exciting development with exceptional economics," Managing Director Steven Turner said.


The project also benefits from having an existing approval in place to construct a process plant and recommence underground mining operations. 


From there, it could source initial open-pit material from a local quarry operator, essentially fast-tracking its planned development.

"The project has been designed from a modest resource base as the Company is focussed on delivering early cash flows from which further expansion can be funded," Steven explained.


"The open pit as a stand-alone project shows rapid capital payback and strong operating cash flows," he concluded.


Rafaella is hoping to begin development at Santa Comba as soon as possible, with the project implementation plan assuming first sales will be ready late 2021.


Already, the company has begun underground recommissioning work with additional site preparation work for the plant installation also underway at the project in Spain.


Shares in Rafaella Resources are trading up 2.5 per cent at 8.2 cents each at 11:36 am AEDT.



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RFR STRONG START TO FY21

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Rafaella Resources (ASX:RFR) posts strong start to FY21

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  • Rafaella Resources (RFR) has posted a strong start to the 2021 financial year with significant progress at its Santa Comba tungsten and tin project in Spain 
  • Santa Comba posted an increase in its total mineral resources and an "exceptional outcome" for its ore sorting and metallurgical test results
  • Additionally, the company is on track to complete the projects Santa Comba feasibility study by the end of the year
  • In August, the company signed agreements to purchase Canadian nickel-copper sulphide projects, Midrim and Laforce
  • It approached leading geophysicists Southern Geoscience Consultancy (SCG) to assist with the due diligence of the projects
  • SCG has now completed its initial review and found ten shallow level anomalies in addition to the known mineralisation
  • Heli-borne electromagnetic (HEM) surveys are planned for the end of the year to follow up
     
Rafaella Resources (RFR) has posted its September quarter results with the completion of the initial review at its Canadian projects. 

During the quarter, the company's main focus was advancing its Santa Comba tungsten and tin project in Spain as well as purchasing nickel and copper sulphide projects in Canada. 


Rafaella spent $485,000 on exploration during the September quarter and has around $1.5 million in cash. 

Managing Director, Steven Turner, says the company has had a strong start to the new financial year. 


" [Rafaella] has seen significant progress at Santa Comba and an exciting new acquisition that will further diversify our portfolio of world-class assets," he said. 



The Santa Comba 

In July, Rafaella Resources posted the results of the updated Mineral Resource Estimate (MRE) for Santa Comba. 

The total MRE for near-surface mineralisation at the project increased 103 per cent with the overall resource, now sitting at 10.6 million tonnes. Total tungsten trioxide contained at the resource increased to 18,530 tonnes. 


The business is now on track to completing Santa Comba's feasibility study by the end of the year. Once this study is complete, the company intends to recommence drilling at several prospects to add both tonnage and grade to the project. 


Results from ore sorting at Santa Comba showed a 50 per cent rejection of unmineralised rock and approximately doubling of feed grade. 


The company says the Tungsten is classified as critical material by the European Commission. 


"The two defining characteristics of a critical material are economic importance and supply risk. With over 69 per cent of tungsten supply coming from China, it remains a metal that presents significant supply risk," the company posted. 


The company suggests these figures show how important it is to fast-tack Santa Comba to production as soon as possible. 


The Canadian assets 

In August, the company signed contacts to purchase Canadian nickel-copper sulphide projects; Midrim and Laforce. 


Not long after, Rafaella approached Tony Donaghy of CSA Global and leading geophysicists Southern Geoscience Consultancy (SCG) to help with the due diligence of the projects.


Today, the company announced the SCG completed its initial review of the projects. 


Ten shallow level anomalies have been found in addition to the known mineralisation at Midrim and Lac Croche deposits. These anomalies are associated with elevated magnetics, which enhances its prospectivity. 


Heli-borne electromagnetic (HEM) surveys are planned for the end of the year to follow up on these prospects. 


Managing Director, Steven Turner, says the review by SGC supports the initial findings by CSA Global. 


"SGC has confirmed that prior work, although extensive, has not been effective given the relatively shallow penetration of previous airborne EM coverage and therefore significant potential may have been overlooked," he said. 


"Rafaella intends to act upon the SGC recommendations following the acquisition of the Project, that remains subject to the shareholder meeting on October 29th," he added. 



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RFR CANADA PROJECT YIELDS STRONG RESULTS

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Rafaella Resources (ASX:RFR) review of proposed Canada projects yields strong results

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Rafaella Resources (ASX:RFR) review of proposed Canada projects yields strong results

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  • Exploration company Rafaella Resources (RFR) has been advised an initial review of one of its proposed Canadian projects has been completed
  • A geophysical review was carried out on the Midrim and Laforce Ni-Cu-PGE deposits, which RFR plans to acquire from Meteoric Resources (MEI)
  • The review identified multiple targets, including 10 shallow level anomalies in addition to the known mineralisation at Midrim 
  • These anomalies are favourably associated with elevated magnetics which are considered more prospective
  • Rafaella is now planning heliborne EM (HEM) surveys over the prospects, once the acquisition is final
  • Shares in RFR are currently worth 14.5 cents each, up 3.57 per cent



Rafaella Resources (RFR) has been advised an initial review of one of its proposed Canadian projects has been completed and returned positive results.


The exploration company is looking to acquire a number of Canada-based projects from Meteoric Resources (MEI), with a conditional sales agreement signed.


Rafaella Resources hired Southern Geoscience Consultants (SGC) to carry out a geophysical review on the Midrim and Laforce Ni-Cu-PGE deposits, located in Quebec.


Rafaella advises that the review identified multiple targets, including 10 shallow level anomalies, in addition to the known mineralisation at Midrim.


These anomalies are also favourably associated with elevated magnetics which are considered more prospective.


"The review by SGC strongly supports the initial findings by CSA Global that the Midrim and Laforce high-grade nickel-copper-PGE deposits offer exceptional upside to the company," RFR Managing Director Steven Turner said.


"We are very excited and fortunate to have secured these high-grade, high-potential nickel sulphide deposits at a time when the world is recognizing the growing importance of this key commodity," he added.


Rafaella is now planning to conduct heliborne EM (HEM) surveys over the prospects, once the acquisition is finalised in the coming weeks.


Shares in RFR are trading up 3.57 per cent at 14.5 cents each today at 1:01 pm AEDT.



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ABOUT US

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Rafaella Resources Limited (ASX:RFR) is a global developer and explorer of world-class mineral deposits.


Rafaella is currently fast-tracking its wholly-owned Santa Comba tungsten project in Spain and has recently agreed to acquire high-grade nickel-copper sulphide projects in Canada.


Rafaella also owns the highly prospective McCleery cobalt and copper exploration project in Canada and an equity stake in Westar Resources Ltd, a private gold exploration company with a portfolio of assets held in Western Australia.

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