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ValueTheMarkets Podcast 035 – with Craig Brown, CEO of ECR Minerals (ECR)

21 Apr 2020 | by: Patricia Miller

Today’s guest is Craig Brown, chief executive officer of Australia-focused gold explorer ECR Minerals (LSE:ECR).

In the interview, Brown talks through the reasoning and background behind ECR’s disposal of its Avoca, Moombook, and Timor licenses in Victoria earlier this week to Fosterville South.

The company has opted to focus more intensely on its extremely prospective Bailieston and Creswick licences in Central Victoria. Both are situated in good neighbourhoods with majors operating in the vicinity.

Here, Brown reviews the prospects of both licenses and details the activities planned for both this year.

He also runs through the third-party interest that both sites have received from third parties, which he hopes will help to push them forward more quickly.

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