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Sandfire Resources Limited is engaged in exploration, evaluation and development of mineral tenements and projects in Australia, Botswana and elsewhere overseas, including investment in early-stage mineral exploration companies. The Company conducts DeGrussa Operations that is located within its Greater Doolgunna Project in Western Australia’s Bryah Basin mineral province, approximately 900 kilometer(km) north-east of Perth. Its Doolgunna exploration projects covers an aggregate contiguous exploration area of approximately 7,189 Square kilometers(km2). It is focused on exploration within the Temora Project and at the Endeavor Joint Venture in the Cobar district of New South Wales. It holds prospective licenses in the Kalahari Copper Belt of Botswana and Namibia, including theT3 Copper-Silver Project. The Company through its subsidiary Sandfire Resources America Inc. holds Black Butte Copper Project, located in central Montana in the United States.
Gold & Silver
Level 2,10 Kings Park Road, West Perth
Derek La Ferla
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Karl M. Simich
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director
Matthew L. Fitzgerald
Chief Financial Officer, Company Secretary
Chief Operating Officer
Paul Duncan Hallam
Independent Non-Executive Director
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Australia shares fell 1.3% on Monday as COVID-19 cases in Sydney and the state of Victoria sparked worries of lockdown extension, while software firm Altium sank on reports that U.S. peer Autodesk would abandon its $3.9 billion takeover bid.
Australian shares hit a record high on Wednesday, boosted by gains in mining stocks, with Perenti Global jumping after bagging a large contract from Sandfire Resources.
Australian shares fell on Thursday, as losses across the board and a mixed finish on Wall Street overnight weighed on the benchmark index.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Tuesday:
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