Notable 3rd party mentions in international mining news.
In The News
Aurania’s CEO, Dr. Keith Barron is interviewed by Mr. Jochen Staiger, of Swiss Resource Capital during the International Precious Metals conference in Munich, Germany. Dr. Barron discusses the Company’s recent high-grade copper results and how exploration results to date indicate that the Cutucu region could be a multi-mineral belt similar to the adjacent Cordillera de Condor that contains large gold, copper-gold and copper deposits.
Dr. Keith Barron, CEO of Aurania Resources, Ltd. (OTCQB: AUIAF) visits the OTCQB Podcast Series “Market Center” to provide an update on the company’s mining exploration in southeastern Ecuador.
Dr. Keith Barron, Chairman and CEO of Aurania is interviewed by Ms. Remy Blaire of Sprott Media during the 2018 Sprott Natural Resource Symposium.
Aurania’s CEO Dr. Keith Barron provides a mid-year update to Mr. Jochen Staiger at Swiss Resource Capital.
Chairman & CEO, Dr. Keith Barron speaks to BTV- Business Television about the company’s large 208,000 hectare property in Ecuador and discusses the multiple targets (both gold and copper) being prepared for scout drilling later this year.
Aurania’s President Dr. Richard Spencer, discusses the company’s recent financing, exploration & drilling plans at its flagship project: The Lost Cities – Cutucu Project, local community involvement, and the Ecuadorian Government’s cooperation with the mining industry.
Resource World Magazine ran an article about Aurania Resources titled ‘Aurania Seeking Lost Cities of Gold in Ecuador’ by Jennifer Getsinger, PhD, PGeo. This article was published in the June/July 2018 issue of Resource World.
Swiss Resource Capital covers Aurania’s Lost Cities – Cutucu Project through a video presentation on Commodity TV.
Dr. Keith Barron, Chairman and CEO discusses the history behind Aurania’s Lost Cities – Cutucu Project in Ecuador and the encouraging exploration results that have been received to date. Dr. Barron also explains how twelve years of historical research, including specific information noted in a 1628 Text from the Vatican library, led to obtaining 208,000 hectares of exploration concessions in the highly prospective Cordillera de Cutucu.
Richard Spencer, president and director at Aurania Resources, explains what’s next for the company’s Lost Cities – Cutucu project. He also shares why he’s excited to be exploring in Ecuador once again.