Chairman of the Board
Christopher, minerals financier & economist, ran business development for natural resources for the IFC (International Finance Corporation) out of London office from 2006-2010, IFC is private sector arm of the World Bank Group, and is a major private sector investor in mining in emerging markets. Earlier he led IFC mining transactions in Africa, Russia, Central Asia and and Latin America. Prior, he advised African governments in natural resource policy and, negotiations in Ghana, Tanzania, Mozambique and Swaziland. From 2010—2017 he was on the board of and latterly Non Executive Chairman of Triple Plate Junction, now Tethyan Resources, which was listed on AIM in London.
Annamite Resources Commenced Trenching at Sokdee Project
27 Mar 2023
Lei Dultra, Communication Officer of Annamite Resources
First Trenching Program in 2023 at Grassy Target
Trenching activities have recently begun at the Grassy target, located in the central region of the Namthom-Mouk Porphyry Trend. The project aims to explore and assess the potential mineralization in this area. Currently, two trenches have been excavated, covering a cumulative distance of 183 meters. The overall trenching plan encompasses the creation of four trenches, with a total length of 700 meters.
The initial trenching efforts in the central part of the Grassy target have revealed the presence of highly altered rock formations. These rocks exhibit visible minerals, suggesting the occurrence of gold and copper deposits in the area. The identification of these mineral indicators is an encouraging sign for the potential mineralization at Grassy.
The trenching operations will persist until early April 2023, allowing for a comprehensive examination of the subsurface mineralization within the Grassy target.
This period will provide ample time for further exploration, analysis, and evaluation of the exposed geological features, including the extent and grade of the gold and copper minerals. The data collected through trenching will contribute valuable information to assess the economic viability and potential of future mining operations in the area.
The continuation of trenching activities until the specified timeframe demonstrates the commitment to thoroughly investigate the mineral potential at Grassy. The data obtained from these efforts will aid in making informed decisions regarding the feasibility of further exploration or development plans in the region.