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Regency Mines Plc is engaged in the exploration and development of mineral properties in Australia, Papua New Guinea and Sudan. It primarily explores for nickel, gold, copper, agro minerals, and other base metals. The company’s principal asset is the Mambare nickel laterite project located in Papua New Guinea. It also has interests in base metals and graphite projects in Western Australia, and a gold/copper prospect in Queensland. Regency Mines Plc was founded in 2004 and is based in London, the United Kingdom.

24 Employees
Last Reported Date: 11/29/13
Founded in 2004

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Regency Mines Plc Provides Drilling Update on Horse Hill-1, Weald Basin UK

Regency Mines PLC announced that drilling operations on the Horse Hill-1 well are continuing as planned with the 20-inch surface casing having been set successfully at 84 feet below ground level.  Operations are continuing at the site and further news will be issued as appropriate.

Regency Mines PLC Commences Drilling Operations on the Horse Hill-1 Well

Regency Mines PLC announced that drilling operations on the Horse Hill-1 well have now commenced. The Horse Hill-1 well is planned to be drilled to a Total Depth (TD) of 2,646 metres (8,680 feet) and is designed to test for a number of conventional stacked oil targets in the Jurassic, as well as a deeper conventional gas target in the Triassic. The operator, Horse Hill Developments Ltd. (HHDL), is a special purpose company with a 65% operating interest in the Horse Hill Petroleum Exploration and Development Licence No. 137 (PEDL 137) license in the Weald Basin to the north of Gatwick Airport in Surrey. Regency has binding agreements in place to own a direct 5% interest in HHDL and holds an additional 0.628% interest by virtue of its 12.56% ownership in Alba Mineral Resources PLC. Alba also has binding agreements in place to own a direct 5% of HHDL. The participants in the Horse Hill Prospect are HHDL (65%) and Magellan Petroleum Corporation (35%).

Regency Mines Plc, Annual General Meeting, Aug 29, 2014

Regency Mines Plc, Annual General Meeting, Aug 29, 2014., at 11:00 GMT Standard Time. Location: 1 Adam Street.

 

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