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Sector: General Mining - Zinc, Lead and Tin
Market Cap: 3.63M
Connemara Mining

Connemara Mining

Connemara is a diversified exploration company with principal assets in gold and zinc exploration licences across Ireland.  Connemara now holds interests in a total of 47 licences, including joint ventures with Teck at the Oldcastle zinc project and with Group Eleven Resources at the Stonepark zinc project. Connemara is actively exploring and drilling on two gold projects: at the Inishowen...

Connemara Mining

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Connemara Mining Company Plc (CON:L) is an active explorer that is creating shareholder value by exploring for gold and zinc in Ireland. The company has interests in 47 prospecting licenses in some of the most prospective ground in Ireland, including two 100% held gold projects and two joint ventures in zinc projects, one with Teck and another with Group Eleven Resources.

Ireland is one of the most prospective countries in the world for zinc and lead (as well as Europe’s largest producer) and has a strong track record in mine development over the past 50 years. Recent developments in the development of a gold mine in Tyrone, Northern Ireland have attracted the interest of major investment. Connemara has had early drilling success across the border in neighbouring Donegal at its Inishowen gold project. Recent drilling results from the Mine River project in Wicklow/Wexford includes 4.53 g/t over 8 metres at Tombreen (including 16.1 g/t over 2 metres).


Stonepark zinc for more information please click here.

Inishowen gold - for more information please click here.

Wicklow-Wexford Mine River gold - for more information please click here.

Oldcastle zinc - for more information please click here.

Derrykearn zinc - for more information please click here.

Ladyswell - for more information please click here.

Patrick Cullen – Chief Executive Officer (non-board)

Patrick Cullen is chief executive officer of Connemara Mining and his career in the resources industry spans more than 20 years. During this time he has had experience at various majors including Schlumberger, AngloGold, Placer Dome (now part of Barrick), Anglo American Platinum, and exploration companies such as African Energy Resources (ASX), Montero Mining and Exploration (TSX-V) and Kodal Norway (UK) Ltd. Patrick has leadership and technical experience across a range of commodities and mineralization styles in brownfield and greenfield exploration as well as mining expansion projects. He holds a BSc. from University College Cork (1992), a BSc. (Hons) Geology from the University of Portsmouth (1994) and an MBA from the University of Southern Queensland, Australia (2008).

John Teeling – Chairman

John Teeling is executive chairman of Connemara and has 40 years’ resources experience. Teeling is also involved in a number of other AIM exploration companies and has been a serial entrepreneur in the resource sector having founded African Diamonds and created Pan Andean Resources, Minco, African Gold, Persian Gold and West African Diamonds, all listed on AIM. He is also the founder and a former director of Kenmare Resources, former director of Arcon and holds interests in a number of industrial ventures. Mr. Teeling holds degrees in Economics and Business from University College Dublin, an MBA from Wharton and a Doctorate in Business Administration from Harvard. He lectured for 20 years in business and finance at University College Dublin.

James Finn – Financial Director

James Finn is finance director of Connemara and has over 20 years’ experience in working with exploration companies. Mr. Finn has extensive experience in the administration of oil and gas and minerals companies. He has been responsible for listing several resource sector companies on AIM in London, including two of the first companies ever listed on AIM, Pan Andean Resources and African Gold.  He holds a degree in Management and an Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) qualification.

Gavin Berkenheger – Technical Director

Gavin Berkenheger is technical director of Connemara and is a Chartered Geologist and European Geologist with extensive knowledge of the Irish and UK exploration industry and he   He has spent the last 11 years exploring for gold and base metal resources in Ireland and Scotland.  In his past role as operations manager, he aided in the expansion of the Curraghinalt gold resource in Northern Ireland.  Mr. Berkenheger is a director of GreenOre Gold plc. (Qualifications……. Year)

Edward Vivion Byrne – Non Executive Director

Chairman of CSA Group Limited, 40 years’ experience of the international minerals industry, former senior executive RTZ European exploration division. Consultant to European and World Bank programmes in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific.

Danesh Varma – Non Executive Director

Has over 20 years’ experience in the mining finance industry, having worked for Brookfield Asset Managers, Northgate Exploration Ltd, Westfield Minerals Ltd and the Dundee Bank.  Holds directorships with American Resource Corporation, Anglesey Mining Plc, Labrador Iron Mines Holdings Limited, Minco and Xtierra.


For shareholder information please click here.

Head Office:
Connemara Mining Company
162 Clontarf Road
Dublin D03 F6Y0

Telephone: + 353 1 833 2833

Email: [email protected]

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