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ValueTheMarkets Podcast 024 – with Jeremy Martin, CEO of Horizonte Minerals (HZM)

17 Oct 2019 | by: Richard Mason

Today’s guest on the ValueTheMarkets podcast is Jeremy Martin, CEO of Horizonte Minerals (LSE:HZM). The company owns two Tier-1 advanced nickel projects called Araguaia and Vermelho, just 85 kilometres apart from one another in the Pará State, Brazil. Today the company has released results from the Pre-Feasibility Study confirming Vermelho as a high grade, low-cost source of nickel sulphate. In this interview, Jeremy discusses the key economics of Vermelho, how the project compares with Horizonte’s flagship Araguaia asset, and the next stages required to progress both projects.

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