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Baobab Resources PLC is engaged in the investigation and analysis of geological opportunities in Mozambique. It primarily explores for nickel, copper, gold, silver, zinc, lead, manganese, vanadium, iron ore, and fluorite deposits. The company’s flagship project comprises the Tete iron ore project that is located in the Tete province of Mozambique. Baobab Resources PLC is based in Fremantle, Australia.

63 Employees
Last Reported Date: 11/13/13

baobab resources plc (BAO) Top Compensated Officers

Managing Director, Executive Director and Mem...
Total Annual Compensation: 207.3K GBP
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

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Baobab Resources plc Announces Board Changes

Baobab Resources Plc announced the appointment of Francis John Eagar as finance director. Frank Eagar, is currently in the role of chief financial officer and new business manager of the company. Frank's appointment coincides with the departure of Jonathan Beardsworth whom has served on the Baobab Board as a non-executive director since 2006. Frank is a South African Chartered Accountant and joined the Company in August 2012. Prior to joining Baobab, Frank was the Finance Director of Octea Mining Ltd. and a Business Development Executive at BSG Resources. He brings 14 years of unique skills and experience combining green and brown field resource project development, business development as well as financial and operational involvement across mineral commodities and challenging jurisdictions in Africa and Eastern Europe.

Baobab Resources Plc to Provides Measured Resource Estimation of the Tenge Resource Block

Baobab Resources Plc announced to provide the following summary of the Measured resource estimation of the Tenge resource block at the company's 85% owned Tete pig iron and ferro-vanadium project (the 'Tete Project') in which International Finance Corporation hold a 15% participatory interest. Based on the results of infill drilling programmes completed during 2013, international geology and mining specialist, SRK Consulting (South Africa), has concluded a review and reclassification of the Tenge resource block. All work has been completed in accordance with the updated JORC 2012 code guidelines. Geological remodelling has enlarged the Tenge resource by 29Mt to 222Mt, with the following classifications: MEASURED: 156Mt @ 38% Fe & 0.42% V2O5 INDICATED: 66Mt @ 34% Fe & 0.38% V2O5. The Tete Project's global resource base now reports 759Mt (JORC 2004 & 2012), of which 585Mt is defined underlying the 2.5km2 footprint of the Tenge/Ruoni prospect (156Mt Measured, 167Mt Indicated and 262Mt Inferred). All 62Mt of resource material contained within the Tenge starter pit shell, designed during the 2013 Pre-Feasibility Study to underpin the first 20+ years of operation at 1Mtpa pig iron production, has been classified as Measured and reports an average head grade of 39% Fe. The pit shell will be revised and expanded to incorporate additional, previously unclassified, resources during the next phase of pit optimisation, mine scheduling and Reserve classification. The 156Mt Measured resource estimation far exceeds the Company's initial target of resources supporting the first 10 years of operation (c.30Mt). This important milestone is a key prerequisite for furthering meaningful discussion with commercial and development funding institutions. Bench scale smelting and pilot scale reduction test work programmes are making good progress, with an update due shortly.

Baobab Resources Plc Reports Unaudited Consolidated Earnings Results for the Six Months Ended December 31, 2013

Baobab Resources Plc reported unaudited consolidated earnings results for the six months ended December 31, 2013. For the period, the company reported loss from operations before tax of GBP 3,304,341 compared to GBP 4,195,249 a year ago. Loss before tax was GBP 3,266,770 compared to GBP 4,146,042 a year ago. Loss for the period attributable to equity holders was GBP 3,266,770 or 1.26 pence basic and diluted per share compared to GBP 4,146,042 or 1.89 pence basic and diluted per share a year ago. Net cash used in operating activities was GBP 3,153,124 compared to GBP 3,808,349 a year ago. Acquisition of property, plant and equipment was GBP 11,414 compared to GBP 124,805 a year ago.

 

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