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Stratex International is a well-funded AIM-quoted exploration and development company focussed on gold and high-value base metals in Turkey, East Africa and West Africa. Since listing on AIM in 2006, Stratex has had an impressive track record of successful exploration supported by joint-venture partnerships, both with major international mining companies and local companies to maximise the potential of its discoveries.

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Stratex International Related Media

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  • 11/03/2015

    Stocktube video - Stratex CEO says feasibility study provides solid base

    Bob Foster, the chief executive of Stratex International (LON:STI), tells Proactive Investors the feasibility study completed at its Muratdere copper, molybdenum and gold property in Turkey is a ‘good base to understand the technicals’.

    Foster says Lodos, the group’s joint venture partner which funded the study, has plenty of experience in leveraging ‘significant’ debt financing out of the Istanbul Stock Exchange.

    The study indicated a life of mine net income after tax of US$57 million, an internal rate of return (IRR) of 16%, and a net present value of US$ 17.6 million. 

Broker press

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  • 06/05/15
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    Northland Capital reiterates its "buy" rating and raised its price target to 6.8p from 6.4p.

  • 11/03/15

    11.03.15 :-0.15, (1.73) Northland reiterates its "buy" rating but cut its price target to 6.4p from 7.3p.

  • 23/02/15

    23.02.15 :-0.15, (1.83) Northland reiterates its "buy" rating but cut its price target to 7.3p from 7.4p.

  • 22/12/14

    22.12.14 :-0.25, (2.05) Northland reiterates its "buy" rating but cut its price target to 7.4p from 7.7p.

  • 28/10/14

    28.10.14 :.-3, (2.05) Northland reiterates its "buy" rating but cut its price target to 7.7p from 9.3p.

Director dealings

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Date Director Trans Amount Type Price(p) Value (£) Holding %
22/05/14 R.P. Foster BUY 350,877 ORD 2.85 10,000 7,719,404 1.65
12/04/13 C.R.J. Hall BUY 105,000 ORD 4.75 4,988 212,143 0.05
12/04/13 R.P. Foster BUY 275,000 ORD 4.75 13,063 7,368,527 1.58
12/04/13 P.C. Ashwood BUY 210,000 ORD 4.75 9,975 1,744,485 0.37
12/04/13 D. Hall BUY 100,000 ORD 4.75 4,750 12,684,624 2.71


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Date Type Turnover Profit EPS (p) Dividend (p) Currency
31/12/14 Full year 0.00 -2.58 -0.52 0.00 GBX
30/06/14 Interim 0.00 -1.42 -0.30 0.00 GBX
31/12/13 Full year 0.00 -3.83 -0.78 0.00 GBX
30/06/13 Interim 0.12 0.73 0.19 0.00 GBX
31/12/12 Full year 0.00 9.70 2.19 0.00 GBX

Presentations & Company Media

Company Statement

Stratex International is a well-funded AIM-quoted exploration and development company focussed on gold and high-value base metals in Turkey, East Africa and West Africa. Since listing on AIM in 2006, Stratex has had an impressive track record of successful exploration supported by joint-venture partnerships, both with major international mining companies and local companies to maximise the potential of its discoveries.


In December 2012 the Company announced the sale of its 30% interest in the Öksüt gold project for cash of 20 times its original US$1 million investment and retained a royalty of 1% up to a maximum additional value of US$20 million.


It currently has a substantial portfolio of projects, with Altıntepe in Turkey scheduled for gold production in 2014 depending on issue of a Forest Permit. To date Stratex has discovered more than 2.2 million ounces of gold and 7.9 million ounces of silver, as well as 186,000 tonnes of copper. The Company is well cashed and is therefore well-placed to advance its existing exploration programmes and is also actively seeking to acquire advanced projects that are at the drill-ready stage or even have identified resources, particularly in East Africa and West Africa.



Current Operations





Approximately 500 km SE of Ankara, the Hasançelebi high-sulphidation epithermal gold-silver project hosts stratigraphically-controlled mineralization over a strike length of approx. 7 km.


Drilling to date has demonstrated the potential for low-grade, high-tonnage, near-surface gold mineralisation extending over a distance of between 1,000 metres and 2,000 metres, and vertical continuity of the system confirmed down to 300 metres in some areas. Best results include 16.05 metres averaging 0.45 g/t Au and 15.75 metres averaging 0.28 g/t Au. Two holes were also drilled into a new prospect (Karakaya Tepe) near the eastern end of the main Hasançelebi system, believed to be an iron oxide-copper-gold occurrence. The two best intersections returned were from hole HCD-11 - 28.00 metres averaging 0.30 g/t Au and 40.80 metres averaging 0.69 g/t Au.


Negotiations are currently underway with a third party that has expressed interest in the project.



In December 2012, the Company sold its 30% interest in the 1.05 Moz Öksüt gold project to joint-venture partner Centerra Exploration B.V., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Centerra Gold Inc., for a total realisation of up to US$40 million. This comprises an initial payment of US$20 million and the balance paid as a 1% royalty out of production, capped at US$20 million. The sale reflects a substantial return on Stratex's initial investment of US$1 million.



Located close to the Black Sea coast of northern Turkey, the Altıntepe high- to intermediate-sulphidation epithermal gold deposit has an in-house resource of 593,131 oz gold and 3,184,508 oz silver. Mineralization occurs over five main zones - Çamlık, Çamlık East, Kayatepe, Extension Ridge and Karakisla. Preliminary metallurgical test work on material from these zones suggests that the oxide material is mostly amenable to processing by low-cost heap leaching methods, a key factor that considerably enhances the potential economic viability of the project.


Under the terms of a joint venture agreement private Turkish contract gold mining company Bahar Madencilik is funding all development costs at the project, including all technical and financial studies, permitting and construction, to earn a 70% interest. Bahar have agreed a minimum production target of 30,000 oz gold per annum and will recover their costs from 80% of net free cash flow; thereafter net proceeds will be distributed 55% Bahar, 45% Stratex. The Environmental Impact Study has been approved and production at the property is anticipated late 2013/ early 2014.



Following the discovery of the Inlice project, satellite-image studies of the wider Konya Volcanic Belt led to the identification three key targets - Doğanbey, Doğanbey South and Karacaören - and a number of other areas of hydrothermal alteration.


At Doğanbey, pilot holes to investigate the coincident geochemical and geophysical targets, indicate that mineralisation is associated with porphyry- and epithermal-style gold mineralization at depth. Initial RC drilling has also been undertaken at Karacaören and Doğanbey South, confirming that both prospects host gold-bearing porphyries.


The Company is in discussion with a number of Turkish companies that have variously expressed interest in the Konya licences.



Located 250 km west of Ankara, the Muratdere property comprises three licences covering a substantial copper-gold- granodiorite-porphyry system with significant silver, molybdenum and rhenium credits. The porphyry system extends east-west for a distance of about 4,000 m and has a width of between 200 m and 400 m. The JORC-compliant Inferred Resource of 51 million tonnes (186,000 tonnes Cu, 204,296 oz Au, 3.9 million oz Ag, 6,390 tonnes Mo and 17,594 kg Re) extends over a distance of approximately 2,000 metres but is open-ended to the east and west and at depth, suggesting considerable potential to increase the resource.


Under the terms of a joint-venture agreement, private Turkish partner Lodos has acquired 61% of Muratdere through the completion of drilling and cash payment totalling US$2.2 million to Stratex. Resource drilling is now underway. The completion of a feasibility study will see Lodos earn a total 70% interest.



At the Karaağac gold project, located 300 km west-south-west of Ankara, mineralisation is hosted by an outcropping thrust zone and altered limestone. Systematic chip sampling has yielded numerous values in excess of 0.5 g/t gold and high values of 2 m @ 9.71 g/t gold and 1 m @ 6.92 g/t gold along approximately 7 km of the exposed thrust contact. To date, Karaağac has an inferred resource of 156,798 oz Au.


The Company is in discussion with a number of Turkish companies that have variously expressed interest in the project.


West Africa




Stratex's principal asset in Senegal is the 636 sq km Dalafin gold licence, into which the Company has earned to 75% under the terms of a joint venture with a private Senegalese company EMC. Located in south-eastern Senegal, Dalafin is positioned in the centre of the Birimian-age Kédougou-Kenieba gold belt that extends from eastern Senegal into western Mali and has already seen multiple major gold discoveries including Randgold Resources' Massawa deposit (3.4 million oz Au) and Oromin Exploration's Sabodala deposit (3 million oz Au) in Senegal, and Randgold's Loulo (12 million oz Au) and Gounkoto projects (5.76 million oz Au) in Mali. Of critical importance is the fact that a number of the gold-rich deposits in the general vicinity of the Dalafin licence are hosted by NNE-trending fault zones, some of which also transect the Dalafin area.


To date, five main geochemical targets, Faré, Konkonou, Baytilaye, Saroudia, and Madina Bafé, have been tested by a 33,408 metre RAB (Rotary Air Blast) and AC (Air Core) drilling programme. Upon receipt and interpretation of all the assay results, a follow-up drill programme to investigate the priority targets will be compiled, with drilling likely to commence in Q4 2013.


North Suehn

In February 2013, Stratex signed a Memorandum of Understanding with UK-based private company BG Minerals in relation to its 967 sq km gold licence, North Suehn, in north-western Liberia. Under the terms of the agreement, Stratex has the option to earn to 75% of the project by spending US$1.1 million within two years.


The North Suehn licence, acquired by BG Minerals in 2011, is located 35 km NNE of Monrovia. Metavolcanic rocks, typical of greenstone belt terranes, dominate the licence and are cut by the NW-SE trending Todi Shear Zone that separates the Liberian- and the Pan-African-age provinces of the West African Craton.


A programme of mapping and soil sampling has identified a 4.5 km-long gold-in-soil anomaly. Trenching across three particularly anomalous sections has exposed highly altered schist cut by altered gabbroic intrusions, and also phyllonite (fault rock) in the middle trench. Sampling of all three trenches has been completed, as well as a licence-wide stream sediment survey has also been completed. Results are awaited.


East Africa




Located near the town of Adwa in northern Ethiopia, gold mineralisation at the 29 sq km Shehagne project is hosted within greenstone rocks of the Arabian Nubian Shield. Under the terms of a joint-venture agreement with Centamin plc, inherited through Centamin's acquisition of Stratex's original partner Sheba Exploration, Centamin have the option to earn back to 80% of the project through the funding of a 1,000 metre drill programme.



Extending over an area of 923 sq km in northern Ethiopia, the Tigray licence is located within the highly prospective Arabian-Nubian Shield. Stratex management consider that potential exists within the licence for a wide variety of mineral deposits, including volcanic massive sulphide (VMS), orogenic lode gold deposits, intrusion-hosted mineralisation, skarn, and epithermal-type mineralisation.


The Company's key target, the Mariam Hill prospect, comprises a large granodioritic intrusive body which is cut by a series of shallow-dipping quartz veins, typically 30-60 cm thick and extending over several metres of strike. Best grades to date, returned from panel-style rock-chip sampling, include 13.5 g/t Au, 23.4 g/t Au, 41 g/t Au and 104 g/t Au, as well as significant lead and zinc signatures. Channel sampling has also returned significant grades of up to 215 g/t Au over 20 cm. Trenching is now underway and a limited drill programme may then be instituted to determine whether there are multiple stacked veins that could be regarded as a viable target for an expanded drill programme.


Sampling of a second target, May-Chingano, has yielded elevated copper values of up to 4.06% and further work is underway.



The Berahale concession covers 1,187 sq km of prospective ground east of Stratex's Tigray licence in northern Ethiopia. This area is an extension of the Asmara gold belt that is being actively explored in Eritrea and the Company believes there is considerable potential for the discovery of gold and gold-base metal deposits.


Following an initial remote-sensing study, a reconnaisance programme of grab sampling and stream-sediment sampling has identified a number of targets in the northern 'Gira' block that have potential for porphyry and skarn-style mineralisation. The area is characterised by anomalous in gold, copper, and molybdenum. Remote sensing has also identified two further potential skarn targets in the centre of the licence. However, due to the steep nature of the terrain in this region, the Company is currently considering the merit of a short helicopter-supported programme.



At the 299 sq km Blackrock gold project in the Afar region of Ethiopia, five separate zones of low-sulphidation mineralisation have been identified - Calcite, Airstrip, Saba, Black Water and Magdala - each containing multiple quartz veins with grades of up to 60.4 g/t Au.


At the Black Water Zone, mapping has identified five substantial NW-SE-striking vein systems - Stanley, Nesbitt, Oasis, Theodore and Baker.


Phase 1 drilling on the Black Water Zone returned multiple wide intersections of low-grade mineralisation, although encouraging higher grades up to 15.97 g/t over 0.2 m were observed in zones of hydrothermal breccia. The presence of boiling zone textures and the observation of higher gold grades associated with injection breccias, provides support for the possibility of ore shoots at depth.


Phase 2 diamond drilling across seven key structures, within the Calcite, Airstrip and Black Water zones, returned numerous anomalous gold intersections from all structures. Drilling showed considerable variations in geology, especially the relationship of basalts to graben-filling sediments, and has considerably assisted understanding of how the rift developed. To date, drilling by the Company has tested approximately 5.2 km of veining within the system, with at least 25 km of strike of mineralized zones yet to be tested. 




Discovered during regional work within the Afar Depression, alteration and mineralization at Megenta is observed over 5 km2. To date, fourteen drill holes have been completed for a total of 3,000 m across silica structures identified within five key zones - Canal, Hyena, Gazelle, Kingfisher and Baboon.


Phase one drilling has demonstrated continuity of the structures, both laterally and up to 200 metres vertically below outcropping high-grade zones. It has also identified a nearby graben fault that extends over 3 kilometres, as a priority target for follow-up drilling to help define the critical boiling zone and any associated bonanza gold mineralisation.


Drilling of the Megenta prospect should commence in Q4 2013. The drilling will target deeper parts of the system where the previous drilling programme had intersected strongly anomalous gold values. New targets have also been identified as a result of the radiometric survey undertaken in the latter part of last year.



Located 9 km southwest of Megenta, talus sampling at Akehil has defined a cohesive gold anomaly over an area of 700 by 500 metres, along with elevated arsenic and mercury signatures, indicative of a high level low-sulphidation gold system.Float samples comprising sugary quarz and banded colloform chalcedony with pinkish adularia bands have returned up to 57.3 g/t Au.


The float is not rounded and is thought to be close to source, confirming the existence of high grade veins in this setting.Further work will be undertaken once the second phase of Megenta drilling has been completed.



Discovered during helicopter reconnaissance south of the Megenta project, Lakeside appears to be an identical low-sulphidation epithermal system. Two large zones of gold-bearing silicified sediment with a large sinter terrace have been identified, with the best sample to date returning 5.42 g/t Au. Further work will be undertaken at this discovery, supported by airborne geophysics and talus sampling to define a cohesive target.


Dimoli Khan

Located 30 km west of the Company's Assal licence, mineralisation at the 100 sq km Dimoli Khan licence is associated with a 2.9 km-long alteration corridor. Quartz-chalcedony-calcite veins are abundant within altered rhyolitic rocks and returned a peak value of 1.76 g/t Au. Stream sediment sampling has further highlighted the gold potential here, with samples returning highly anomalous values of 48 ppb, 89 ppb, and 126 ppb Au in minus 200 mesh samples.



Identified on the basis of geology, structure and Landsat imagery, samples of epithermal quartz vein float from the Assal licence have returned grades of up to 29.0 g/t Au, highlighting the potential for high-grade veins.


At least two highly altered and brecciated pyrite-bearing rhyolite domes, Hercules I and Hercules II, are also exposed in the concession and showed early promise from reconnaissance sampling, returning grades up to 3.08 g/t Au and 1.67 g/t Au respectively. This is significant and suggests that the rhyolite itself may be a target as well as being responsible for generating the widespread epithermal quartz vein float found in the area. Follow-up detailed channel-chip sampling has returned the following best results:


Hercules I -  0.68 g/t Au over 24.0 m, 0.75 g/t Au over 6.0 m, and 0.11 g/t Au over 4.7 m


Hercules II - 6.64 g/t Au over 1.8 m, 5.72 g/t Au over 1.4 m, 3.64 g/t Au over 1.3 m, 3.13 g/t Au over 3.3 m, 2.47 g/t Au over 1.3 m, 2.15 g/t Au over 5.1 m and 1.93 g/t Au over 4.0 m.



Located in the Republic of Djibouti, the 93 sq km Oklila licence hosts the Company's Pandora epithermal vein system discovery.


Occuring in a major fault structure that extends for at least 5 kilometres, the Pandora gold vein is up to 2.5 metres wide at surface and can be traced NW for approximately 1.5 kilometres. Mapping and sampling has demonstrated that this structure outcrops for a further 510 metres to the SE, giving a total vein strike length of 2,300 metres.


Rock-chip sampling has returned up to 25.9 g/t Au, whilst vein float material taken 6.5 kilometres NW of the main zone returned 80.1 g/t Au, highlighting the potential scale of this system, which may now extend beyond the current mapped area.


Following the recent completion of a systematic channel-chip sampling programme at 25 metre-intervals along strike, it is anticipated that a substantial drill programme will commence on Pandora in Q2 2013.


Pyrrha Vein

Located 250 metres SW of the main Pandora structure, the Pyrrha Vein has been identified over a strike length of 1,540 km. The vein is generally less than 1 m in thickness. High gold assays of up to 71.60 g/t Au at surface could indicate a potential for the presence of high gold grades at depth.


Further mapping in the area has also discovered the Thyia Zone that appears to be a linkage structure between Pyrrha and Pandora.


Christopher Hall - Non Executive Chairman

Christopher Hall has over 39 years of wide ranging experience in the mining sector. He is currently the in-house mining adviser to Grant Thornton LLP, principally assisting the Capital Markets team with clients listed on London Stock Exchange and the AIM market.

After graduating in geology, Christopher worked in exploration and as a mine geologist with Consolidated Goldfields in Australia, before returning to the UK to take an M.Sc. in Mining and Exploration Geology. This was followed by periods as a mining analyst with stockbroker Messel & Co, in the investment and mining divisions of Anglo American associate Charter Consolidated where he was involved in the acquisition and management of tin, tungsten, coal and quarrying companies, and in specialist resources fund management with Touche Remnant. He helped to establish European Mining Finance, an international mining finance and investment company, which was the first resource company to list on AIM, serving as CEO from 1991-97. 

Bob Foster - Chief Executive Officer

Bob Foster has 37 years of experience as a professional economic geologist in exploration, mining, and applied academic posts and has particular expertise in the genesis of and exploration for gold deposits, having worked in Europe, Central Asia, North and South America, and throughout Africa. Following ten years in the mining industry in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) he joined Southampton University in 1984 where he subsequently devoted more than 15 years to lecturing and managing a large applied research group investigating ore-forming processes and mineral exploration strategies on regional and area scales and within operating mines. He has published numerous scientific and technical papers and has been an invited keynote speaker at very many international scientific and technical conferences around the world.

Perry Ashwood  - Chief Financial Officer

Perry Ashwood qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1971, training with Spain Brothers & Co. and KPMG. Shortly after qualifying he spent 5 years with British Oxygen Ltd in their Corporate Office before moving to Rank Xerox Ltd in 1978. Perry was with Xerox for 20 years and held various positions ranging from Group Chief Accountant to Finance Director, Central & Eastern Europe. During his time with Xerox, he held both technical accounting roles, including involvement in internal controls and audit, and operational roles with extensive involvement in: Turkey; Egypt; India and Russia. He also spent 3 years on assignment in the USA at corporate headquarters as Manager, Xerox Business Arrangements where his major focus was on acquisitions, divestments and joint ventures. He joined Intermec International Inc in 1998 as Finance Director, Europe, Middle East & Africa before becoming an independent consultant in 2000 taking on various interim roles with small to medium sized businesses.

David Hall - Executive Director for East Africa

David Hall is a graduate in geology from Trinity College Dublin and holds a Masters Degree in Mineral Exploration from Queens University, Kingston, Ontario. He has 30 years of experience in the exploration sector and has worked on and assessed exploration projects and mines in over 50 countries including Turkey where he worked for four and half years. From 1992, he was Chief Geologist for Minorco responsible for Central and Eastern Europe, Central Asia and Middle East. He moved to South America in 1997 as Consultant Geologist for Minorco South America, subsequently became Exploration Manager for AngloGold South America in 1999.

David is founder and Non-Executive Chairman of AIM-listed Horizonte Minerals plc. David co-founded Stratex in 2004 and played a key role in assembling the Board and management team that has led to the successful discovery of gold mineralization in Turkey and Ethiopia.

John Cole-Baker - Executive Director for West Africa

John graduated in Civil engineering from Queen's University, Belfast, and subsequently earned a Master's degree at Imperial College, London. With over 40 years of experience, John has been involved in infrastructure and mining development projects, at various levels up to Project Director, as well as restructuring projects in Africa, Europe, the Former Soviet Union, the Middle East, and the Indian sub-continent. Since the 1990's, John has been Director of a number of consultancy companies including CSA Group Ltd, IMC Ltd, and Mackay & Schnellmann Ltd, and prior to that was the Managing Director of the exploration company BUMINCO. John has had significant involvement in advising governments and restructuing overnment institutions in a number of countries across Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. His understanding of the minerals industry and its investment criteria has resulted in his appointment as an advisor to UNCTAD. He is fluent in French and has a good working knowledge of Spanish.  


Peter Addison - Non-Executive Director

Peter Addison qualified as a solicitor in 1966 and practiced in the City of London, originally with Linklaters & Paines and subsequently with Norton Rose, specialising in company and commercial law. In 1982, he became a director of English Trust, a corporate advisory bank, and for some twenty years was involved in providing corporate finance advice to a wide range of public companies in the UK and Ireland on all aspects of their businesses. He is currently non-executive chairman of SiRViS IT plc, a UK company.

Bahri Yildiz - General Manager Turkey

Bahri Yildiz is a Turkish national with an industrial career spanning 31 years dedicated to mineral exploration and mining geology throughout Turkey. A geology graduate of the Middle East Technical University, Bahri commenced his career in 1980 with the government's General Directorate of Mineral Research and Exploration (MTA) where he spent ten years managing a wide range of projects relating to exploration for precious and base metals. This was followed by three years as Exploration Manager with Turkish company Yurttaslar Madencilik before he joined Dardanel Madencilik, the Turkish subsidiary of major Canadian mining company Inco Ltd in 1992 as Senior Geologist. During his final four years with Dardanel he was Exploration Manager and responsible for generating and supervising a wide range of exploration programmes throughout Turkey. Following closure of the Turkish office in 2003 he became an independent consultant before joining Stratex in April 2005.

Franco Maranzana - General Manager Djibouti

A professional economic geologist for over 50 years, Franco has worked in over 100 countries for governments, international organizations, multinationals and as a consultant, mainly in mineral exploration, country potential assessment, negotiations and also on natural risks and themes of international cooperation.


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Information taken from website 20.09.2013

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    Stratex International Plc

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    Tel: +44 (0) 207 830 9650

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    Email: info@stratexplc.com

    Chief Operating Officer: Bob Foster


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    Grant Thornton UK LLP

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    Northland Capital Partners Ltd

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    SP Angel Corporate Finance LLP

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