IronRidge Resources Ltd (LON:IRR) has confirmed that it is expanding its footprint, taking on three exclusive gold applications in the Ivory Coast.
The company’s partnership with Eburnea Gold Resources and Kestrel Mining Exploration is now unconditional.
It gives the company exposure to 1,200 square kilometres, including some 75 kilometres of strike length along a significant mineralised structure that’s known to host multi-million ounce gold projects nearby.
Vincent Mascolo, Ironridge chief executive said: 'Our enlarged gold portfolio is highly prospective and securing these additional gold applications demonstrates our commitment to the Ivory Coast and highlights the upside potential we see in this region.”
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