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REPORT: Greatland Gold- Developing the Paterson’s next major gold project alongside leading resource player Newcrest Mining

In March 2019, Greatland Gold (LSE:GGP) signed a $65m farm-in deal with major international gold firm Newcrest Mining (ASX:NCM) for its Havieron project in the Paterson area of Australia.

Subsequent drilling has solidified Greatland’s belief that Havieron holds the potential to host an extensive mineralised system. If correct, then this project could become a large, multi-commodity, bulk tonnage, underground mining operation.

Newcrest’s work at Havieron to date has firmed up the asset’s depth of mineralisation as well as extending its strike length both from the north to the south and from the east to the west. What’s more, the potential for gold to continue into asyet-untested areas remains open, presenting the opportunity for yet more upside at the prospective project.

In this special report, we lay out the potentially significant, value-enhancing effect that Havieron could have on Greatland’s market valuation to the benefit of the company’s investors.

To read the report in full, please click here.

(Please note, this report was first published on our sister site MiningMaven.com on 19/11/2019)

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  • Daniel Flynn does not hold any position in the stock(s) and/or financial instrument(s) mentioned in the piece.
  • Daniel Flynn has not been paid to produce this piece by the company or companies mentioned above.

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