Could WRM's relationship with Sandfire lead to the ultimate success?

By Jonathan Jackson. Published at Dec 13, 2018, in Podcasts

White Rock Minerals (ASX:WRM) has a lot on its plate in the coming months and there'll be very little slowing down over Christmas as it sets is sights on high priority targets at its Red Mountain zinc-silver-lead-gold-copper volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) project in Alaska.

It will also be looking to solidify its relationship with the $1 billion capped Sandfire Resources, which has taken its own interest in WRM's assets.

In the following interview WRM CEO Matt Gill, gives Finfeed a rundown of how the projects are progressing and all we can expect in 2019.

You can read more about WRM in this Next Mining Boom article:

White Rock Minerals Triples VMS Zinc Project Area in Alaska with a Little Help from $1BN Sandfire Resources

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