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Savannah Resources commences settlement of second Mina do Barroso payment tranche

The Portuguese resource base has exceeded milestone targets set out in the deal by some margin
Savannah Resources commences settlement of second Mina do Barroso payment tranche
There is now a resource of over 20mln tonnes of lithium ore at Mina do Barroso

Savannah Resources Plc (LON:SAV) has commenced the settlement of the second, and final, deferred consideration tranche in accordance with the terms of the acquisition of the company's portfolio of Portuguese projects, which includes the flagship Mina do Barroso lithium project.

In accordance with the agreement dated 24 May 2017, Savannah has commenced the settlement of the deferred consideration of A$1.5mln cash and the issue of 20mln new ordinary shares.

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The payment was triggered following the company's announcement on 10 September 2018, in which Savannah reported Western Europe's largest JORC-compliant spodumene lithium resource of 20.1mln tonnes at 1.04% Li2O.  

The new shares will be issued at 6.75p per share.



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