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Audio Interview: Professor Richard Conroy of Conroy Gold & Natural Resources (CGNR)

06 Jun 2019 | by: Richard Mason

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Originally published 03 June 2019

In today’s MiningMaven podcast we speak with Professor Richard Conroy, chairman of Conroy Gold and Natural Resources (LSE:CGNR). Conroy gold is exploring licenses across Ireland with its main focus being a 40-mile-long proven gold trend within the highly prospective Longford – Down Massif. Last week the firm announced the completion of drilling at Slieve Glah on the Orlock Bridge fault. Professor Conroy elaborates on the company’s exploration work, and discusses historical mining in the area.

This interview was recorded on 30th May 2019.

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