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VIDEO: Power Metal’s Paul Johnson provides update on portfolio progress (POW)

24 Sep 2019 | by: Richard Mason

Monday saw Power Metal Resources (LSE:POW) highlight the positive impact that increasing nickel prices could have on both its Molopo Farms Complex (MFC) project in Botswana and its Haneti asset in Tanzania.

In an update, the business delivered an update on its progress at both of these assets, in which has acquired interests this year, as well as its longer-held projects in both Cameroon and the DRC.

In the video below from Visual News Services, Power Metal’s CEO Johnson updates investors further on this portfolio-wide activity as well as highlighting the operational milestones hit by the business so far this year.

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