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Coffee with Samso – April 2022

Coffee with Samso Episode 136 is with Michael Jardine, Managing Director of Ironbark Zinc Limited (ASX: IBG).

Hartleys Research Note: IBG Speculative Buy


All of a sudden it looks like it could generate a lot of EBITDA.

Due to the scale of the Citronen Project (large productions and long mine life), the upside leverage to zinc prices is very significant. Click here to read the Hartleys Research Note.

Hartleys Research Note: IBG Speculative Buy


Is this the year it happens? Ironbark is developing the very large Citronen zinc project in Greenland. The project has a total resource (M+I+Inf) of 132Mt @ 4.0% Zn and 0.4% Pb and a higher grade resource (M&I) of 29.9Mt @ 6.6% Zn and 0.5% Pb. Due to the scale of the project (large production and long mine life) … Click here to read the Hartley’s Research Note.



Sydney Morning Herald: Zinc harder to find


Zinc harder to find as China’s MMG calls time on Century mine. Tucked away in the remote limestone plateaus of northern Australia, the owner of a massive zinc mine has begun preparing its transition back to cattle-grazing land. Click here to read the article in full.

The Australian: Zinc tipped for price revival


Zinc tipped for price revival as looming mine closure hits supplies. After a year of carnage in commodity prices, there are signs of promise that zinc prices may go against the grain and improve this year. Sometime in September 2015, a truck will make the journey out of the huge Century zinc mine in Queensland carrying the mine’s last ore. Click here to read this article in full.


RGN: Ironbark to Start Production in 2017


Exploration company Ironbark Zinc Ltd owns the largest zinc deposit held by an Australian listed company, with a resources exceeding 13 billion points of contained zinc and lead metal. The company is on the cusp of lodging its application for a mining licence and hopes to start production in 2017. Click here to read the Resource Global Network article in full.