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    Magnolia Capital cornerstones Star Minerals IPO  

Financial Review [subscription]

Magnolia Capital Group has cornerstoned Western Australia gold miner Star Mineral’s $5 million IPO, taking up half of the total raise.

Star Minerals will use the funds to acquire ASX-listed Bryah Resources’ Tumblegum South holding for $500,000 cash, 9 million shares and 7 million performance rights. Bryah announced this transaction in March.

 

 
    OM’s JV starts drilling in Bryah Basin  

The Star

PETALING JAYA: OM Holdings Ltd’s joint venture (JV) with Bryah Resources Ltd has commenced drilling for manganese in the Bryah Basin, 150km north of the central Western Australian town of Meekatharra.

 
    Fully-funded rigs hit the ground at Bryah’s namesake manganese JV  

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Reverse circulation drilling is underway at Bryah Resources’ Bryah Basin manganese JV, in a 2000m program fully funded by partner OM Holdings.

The drilling will test some potentially concealed manganese targets identified by recent gradient array induced polarisation geophysical surveying at the Brumby Creek prospect, focused on the Bryah West, Redrum, Mollie and Clover targets.

 
    90 Seconds With… Neil Marston, Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH)  

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Got 90 seconds? Then listen to Managing Director, Neil Marston tell us about their company news.

Bryah Resources Limited (ASX:BYH) is a Perth-based mineral exploration company with a focus on exploration for high-grade copper-gold and manganese resources located in its two project areas in the Bryah Basin and at Gabanintha in the Meekatharra region of Western Australia.

Bryah believes the Mount Labouchere prospect is a solid exploration target at its Bryah Basin project in WA after the latest aircore drilling recorded anomalous copper-cobalt-nickel mineralisation.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) hits copper at Mount Labouchere  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) receives further results from the Mount Labouchere Prospect in Western Australia
  • Early last year, the company drilled 16 shallow reverse circulation holes with samples showing anomalous copper, cobalt and nickel mineralisation
  • This prompted Bryah to drill six aircore holes in May which saw grades peak at 0.22 per cent copper, 0.11 per cent cobalt and 0.16 per cent nickel
  • Planning is now underway for the next phase of exploration
  • Bryah ends the day 1.96 per cent in the red with shares trading at five cents
 
    Bryah plans more exploration after finding copper at Mount Labouchere prospect  

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Bryah believes the Mount Labouchere prospect is a solid exploration target at its Bryah Basin project in WA after the latest aircore drilling recorded anomalous copper-cobalt-nickel mineralisation.

A total of six holes were drilled for 279m with four recording elevated copper values (>500ppm copper) at the bottom of the hole – which the company considers a very positive sign.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) begins diamond drilling at Windalah  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) begins a diamond drilling program at the Windalah Copper-Gold Prospect in Western Australia
  • The diamond drilling will test along strike and beneath a broad sulphide-rich zone with elevated volcanic massive sulphide pathfinder minerals
  • Three diamond tails and two new holes will be drilled for over 1000 metres
  • Once the holes have been drilled, they will be cased for follow-up downhole electromagnetic surveying
  • Bryah closed down 1.92 per cent with shares trading at 5.1 cents on August 23
 
    Bryah diamond drilling to test deep mineralisation at Windalah  

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Bryah has kicked off the first ever diamond drilling at the Windalah copper-gold prospect within its namesake project to test for mineralisation at depth.

The program of three diamond tails and two new holes totalling more than 1,000m will test along strike and beneath the broad sulphide-rich zone with highly elevated volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) pathfinder minerals.

Previous reverse circulation drilling by Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) earlier this year had intersected a broad disseminated to semi-massive sulphide zone with highly elevated antimony and arsenic that is considered to be the source of the surface VMS pathfinder element anomaly.

 
    Bryah Resources commences diamond drilling at Windalah  

Global Mining Review

Bryah Resources Ltd has announced the start of a diamond drilling program at the Windalah Copper-Gold Prospect, which lies within the company’s Bryah Basin Project, located in central Western Australia.

In April 2021, Bryah completed eight Reverse Circulation (RC) drill holes, to depths of up to 350 m, to test below the significant Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide (VMS) pathfinder element anomaly identified in earlier soil sampling and aircore drilling.

Three RC drill holes intersected a broad disseminated to semi-massive sulfide zone with highly elevated antimony and arsenic, together with weakly elevated copper and gold values. This sulfide-rich zone is considered to be the source of the surface VMS pathfinder element anomaly.

 
    Australian Vanadium and partner begin joint regional aircore drilling program at Gabanintha Project  

Proactive

Partners Australian Vanadium and Bryah Resources are also progressing with the proposed spin-off of Star Resources that holds a non-core gold exploration asset.

Australian Vanadium Limited will keep a close watch on an aircore drilling program conducted with partner Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) at the Gabanintha Project in WA primarily targeting nickel-copper-gold-PGE and additional critical metals.

 
    Bryah is looking for new mineralised areas with regional drilling  

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Bryah has kicked off a 5,000m aircore drill program to investigate the extent and zonation of the Lady Alma Layered Igneous Complex near Meekatharra.

The complex, which hosts the Australian Vanadium project, is an underexplored but highly prospective environment with the potential to host nickel-copper-gold and platinum group elements (PGE) mineralisation.

Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) is carrying out the drilling in collaboration with Australian Vanadium (ASX:AVL), with the Western Australian Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety contributing towards drilling costs through a Exploration Incentive Scheme grant of up to $53,000.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) begins aircore drilling at Gabanintha  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH), in conjunction with Australian Vanadium (AVL), begins an aircore drilling program at the Gabanintha Project in Western Australia
  • Focus will be on the Lady Alma Layered Igneous Complex (LALIC) which is underexplored yet has significant gold, copper and nickel potential
  • A total of 5000 metres of aircore drilling will be undertaken on five traverses with aims to define the boundaries of the LALIC
  • Drilling will be funded by up to $53,000 under the EIS grant from the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety
  • Bryah is up 7.27 per cent on the market with shares trading at 5.9 cents at 1:49 pm AEST
 
    Star Minerals has its eyes on the gold production prize  

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Star Minerals has set itself the ambitious goal of starting gold mining within 12 months of completing its planned initial public offering.

While most new resource plays start with prospective ground and are lauded for starting exploration right off the bat, the company isn’t satisfied with just remaining an explorer and has set itself some lofty goals.

Star Minerals already has an inferred resource of 600,000t grading 2.2 grams per tonne (g/t) gold for 42,500oz of contained gold at Tumblegum South.

 
    Capital Watch: Australian Mines, Zenith and more  

Mining News

Bryah Resources has entered into an at-the-market subscription agreement with Acuity Capital for up to A$3 million of standby equity over two years.

 
    Bryah builds war chest to fund ‘aggressive’ copper-gold, manganese exploration  

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A $3.95m placement, plus another $3m of standby equity capital means Bryah is well resourced for some exciting upcoming exploration programs. 

Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) has successfully completed the placement of shares and options to raise a total of $3.95 million, which was strongly supported by new investors and existing shareholders.

Bryah also entered into an At-the-Market Subscription Agreement (ATM) with Acuity Capital.

The ATM provides Bryah with up to $3m of standby equity capital over the coming 24-month period.

 
    Manganese move of elemental interest  

Business News [subscription]

A new mine in WA and aspiring producers are contributing to rising Australian manganese output.

 
    Bryah firms up potential for large gold system at Gabanintha  

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Bryah’s sampling of previously drilled holes at the Australian Vanadium Project has underscored the potential for Gabanintha to host a large-scale gold system.

The company had assayed 1,377 samples from 23 holes with 124 samples returning gold grades exceeding 0.1 grams per tonne (g/t) gold with the latest results returning notable intersections of 21m at 0.74g/t gold from surface and 6m at 0.53g/t gold from 39m.

These follow up on notable intersections of 10m at 27.5g/t gold from 53m including 1m at 182g/t gold from 55m that it reported earlier this year at the New Hope prospect.

Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) says the latest results support the view that gold occurs in several cross-cutting fault zones within the vanadium-titanium-magnetite deposit.

As such, the major cross faults over the 11km VTM deposit now represent untested gold targets with the company planning a 1,000m RC drilling program to test shallow mineralisation.

 
    90 Seconds With… Neil Marston, Bryah Resources  

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Got 90 seconds? Then listen to Managing Director, Neil Marston tell us about their company news.

Bryah Resources Limited (ASX:BYH) is a Perth-based mineral exploration company with a focus on exploration for high-grade copper-gold and manganese resources located in its two projects areas in the Bryah Basin and at Gabanintha in the Meekatharra region of Western Australia.

Bryah’s joint venture partner OM holdings has recently grown its stake in the Bryah Basin manganese project to 51%.

We gave Neil Marston, Managing Director of Bryah Resources, 90 seconds to tell us more about the recent announcement

 
    Large Windalah copper-gold target in sight for Bryah  

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Bryah is increasingly confident that it is vectoring in on a potential copper-gold source at its Windalah prospect after drilling intersected a broad sulphide-rich zone.

Notably, the zone returned highly-elevated volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) pathfinder minerals as well as top copper hits of 2m at 0.23% copper from 132m and 4m at 0.12% copper from 136m.

Along with a dipole-dipole induced polarisation survey identifying a coincident geophysical anomaly at depth, Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) believes that the latest drilling of eight holes in April is closer to the copper-gold source.

The result is encouraging as the Bryah Basin, where Windalah is located, hosts some world-class VMS copper-gold deposits such as Sandfire’s DeGrussa.

 
    Vanadium Miners News For The Month Of June 2021  

Seeking Alpha

"Bryah Resources reports 31.3Mt Nickel-Copper-Cobalt Mineral Resource at the Australian Vanadium Project." Highlights include:

  • "Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) reports 31.3 million tonne nickel-copper-cobalt Mineral Resource at the Australian Vanadium Project (appended).
  • Bryah holds a suite of mineral rights including nickel, copper and gold over the Australian Vanadium Project at Gabanintha.
  • AVL holds the mineral rights to vanadium, titanium, iron and cobalt and is a major shareholder (7.14%) of Bryah.
 
    Confidence abounds in Bryah’s Manganese JV as OM Holdings commits $500,000 to up its stake to 51%  

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In a sign of confidence for Bryah Resources’ developing Bryah Basin manganese project, JV partner OM Holdings has committed to grow its stake to 51%.

OM, which is funding exploration at the project owned and managed by Bryah Resources (ASX: BYH), has again put its money where its mouth is with a commitment to spend a fourth tranche of $500,000 at the JV.

It will take the total investment OM has made in the JV to $3 million since 2019, after the Singapore-based miner recently spent a further $500,000 to up its stake from 30-40%.

Malaysian-listed OM’s enthusiasm for the Bryah Basin JV has only gotten stronger since Bryah reported recent samples of up to 49% in rock chips.
While it didn’t release an announcement of its own, OM’s shares skyrocketed this morning by 24% to more than $1.

 
    Inflation, inflation: What’s your direction - 180 Markets Weekly Wrap  

Livewire

180 Markets raised $4m for Bryah Resources (ASX: BYH) at a price of 7.5c per share. All investors received a free attaching 9c option that will expire in 2023. The raise was many times oversubscribed which is not surprising given the current investor confidence in the copper, gold and manganese sectors. Funds raised will be applied for its extremely busy drilling at the company's Bryah Basin and Gabanintha projects, for sample analyses, technological staff & contractors, remote sensing and metallurgical testwork. Bryah Resources has successfully been granted an allocation of up to $585,000 in JMEI tax credits for the 2020/2021 income tax year. It has been a long time coming since Bryah Resources has been fully funded and now they are able to be fully capitalised on their drilling projects. Drill Drill Drill. Previous raises have fallen short and we at 180 Markets were extremely proud to be so heavily oversubscribed.

 
    ASX Capital Raise Roundup: Investor demand for junior explorers stays hot  

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ASX Capital Raise Review is a fortnightly look at ASX capital raisings.

Should we lock ‘em down for 22 hours per day or let ‘em loose, in Melbourne? Is inflation heading out of control or is technology innovation the ultimate deflator? What are the correct answers? The simple truth is we don’t know and you should be prepared to get comfortable with uncertainty.

Regarding the inflation topic, we are seeing strong interest in those companies with commodity projects including the likes of Duke Exploration (ASX: DEX), Argonaut Resources (ASX: ARE), and Bryah Resources (ASX: BYH) which act as a hedge against inflation. Whether inflation is real or perceived, the issue is affecting current share prices positively.

 
    Bryah raises $4m for exploration  

Business News [subscription]

Bryah Resources has secured funds from a heavily oversubscribed share placement to continue its search for copper and gold in WA's Murchison region.

 
    Bryah Resources closes $4m raising for gold, copper hunt in Murchison  

The West Australian [subscription]

Junior explorer Bryah Resources has closed out a heavily oversubscribed capital raising as it continues to hunt for copper and gold in the Murchison.

 
    Copper: Demand inflection point, EV surge and the question of overheat  

Stockhead RockTalks

RockTalks is a Stockhead video series featuring a roundtable of resources experts discussing a new macro topic each week. The program is sponsored by Bridge Street Capital Partners, a leading ECM and principal investment firm focused on mining, energy & tech.

In this episode, host Peter Strachan takes a look at the copper market.

Populating the expert panel for this discussion is Neil Marston, managing director, Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH), Rob Tyson, managing director, Peel Mining (ASX:PEX) and Tim Mason, CEO of Eagle Mountain Mining (ASX:EM2).

The group discuss a range of topics, including Australia’s copper hotspots, key investment locations, the respective company’s flagship projects and much more.

 
    Bryah has backing for $3.95m placement  

Mining Weekly

Perth-based explorer Bryah Resources has received binding commitments totalling $3.95-million for a 52-million share placement the company plans to offer.

The free attaching options the company will be offering, with an issue price of $0.075 apiece and exercise price of $0.09 apiece, will expire on January 2023 and are of the same security class as existing listed options on the ASX.

 
    Investors back Bryah exploration with $3.95m placement  

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Investors have demonstrated their belief in Bryah and its copper-gold exploration in Western Australia by committing to a $3.95m share placement.

Notably, the placement price represents a miniscule 1.06 per cent discount to the 15-day volume weighted average price of BYH shares.

Each share also includes a free attaching option that expires on 31 January 2023 and has an exercise price of 9c.

Proceeds from the placement of 52.67 million shares priced at 7.5c each will be used to fund diamond, reverse circulation and aircore drilling across multiple gold and copper-gold targets at its Bryah Basin and Gabanintha projects.

 
    Bryah reports base metal resource at Vanadium Australia  

Mining Weekly

Junior Bryah Resources has reported a 31.3-million-tonne nickel/copper/cobalt mineral resource estimate for the Australian Vanadium deposit, at its Gabanintha project in Western Australia.

Fellow-listed Australian Vanadium, which holds the mineral rights to the vanadium, titanium, iron and cobalt at the deposit, is currently undertaking a bankable feasibility study for a vanadium operation.

 
    Bryah ups Gabanintha nickel, copper and cobalt resource by 119pc  

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Bryah has upgraded resources at its Gabanintha project in Western Australia that includes an indicated component within planned open pits.

The resource at Gabanintha now stands at 31.3 million tonnes grading 761 parts per million (ppm) nickel, 210ppm copper and 228ppm cobalt, or a contained resource of 23,770t of nickel, 6,556t of copper and 7,116t of cobalt.

That’s a 119 per cent increase from the previous estimate.

Importantly, Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) notes that this includes a higher confidence indicated resource of 17.7Mt at 760ppm nickel, 205ppm copper and 229ppm cobalt, situated within the high-grade vanadium zone (HG10) within the three planned open pits of the Australian Vanadium Project.

 
    Bryah Res: Gabanintha Base Metals PFS to follow upgrade  

Mining Business Media

West Australian explorer Bryah Resources says it’s opened the way for a PFS on the potential for a base metals concentrate development with the announcement of an updated nickel, copper and cobalt resource at the Gabanintha project in central WA.
The indicated-inferred mineral resource of 31.3Mt @ 761ppm for 23,770t Ni, 210ppm for 6,556t Cu and 228ppm for 7,116t Co occurs within planned openpit mining areas at the project 100km N of Meekatharra. It represents a 119% increase from its previous estimate.
Bryah’s PFS will proceed separately from a current bankable feasibility study by Australian Vanadium, which holds mineral rights to vanadium, titanium, iron and cobalt at the Gabanintha project.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) identifies shallow conductor at Windalah  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has identified a shallow off-hole conductor at the Windalah Prospect in Western Australia
  • In April, the company drilled eight reverse circulation (RC) holes to test below the volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) anomaly identified in previous work
  • Five of the RC holes were cased for downhole electromagnetic (DHEM) surveying with an anomaly identified in two of the holes
  • This anomaly measures roughly 110 metres in strike and 85 metres in depth and dips towards the southwest
  • Bryah is up 2.74 per cent and shares are trading at 7.5 cents
 
    Bryah targeting conductor in ‘Horseshoe Lights’ style stratigraphy  

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Down-hole electromagnetic work has identified Bryah’s target for exploration activities next week at the Windalah prospect in Western Australia.

Notably, the DHEM is in a stratigraphic location analogous to the nearby high-grade volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) Horseshoe Lights copper-gold mine.

The new shallow off-hole conductor was discovered from DHEM work carried out in eight new reverse circulation holes that were drilled in April to test below significant VMS pathfinder minerals identified in earlier soil sampling and aircore drilling.

Adding interest, Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) notes previous drilling in the immediate area has also recorded some noteworthy gold results.

 
    Manganese: the next hot battery metal  

Small Caps

On the junior end of town is Bryah Resources (ASX: BYH) with its 60% interest in the Bryah Basin manganese joint venture.

OM is funding exploration to earn up to 70% of the manganese rights to 600sq km of Bryah’s tenement package in the region.

The joint venture includes the Horseshoe South manganese mine, which is the region’s largest historic manganese mine.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) scans high-grade manganese at Bryah Basin  

The Market Herald

 

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has reported high-grade manganese at the Bryah Basin Manganese joint venture project in WA following scans of core from recent diamond drilling
  • The non-destructive XRF analysis provides assay data at ten-centimetre intervals along the core to be acquired and evaluated
  • The core from one drill hole included 48 intervals grading between 30 and 40 per cent manganese and fifteen samples exceeding 40 per cent, with a peak grade of 52.6 per cent
  • BYH plans to use the core in a series of beneficiation tests to ascertain the best methods to produce a quality manganese product. Those results will flow into the company's mineral resource estimation work
 
    Bryah JV detects +50% manganese in XRF core scans  

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Significant high-grade manganese has been detected in core scans taken from diamond drilling at the Bryah Basin Manganese Joint Venture project in WA.  

Core taken from drilling at the project, which is currently 60%-owned by Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) and 40%-owned by OM (Manganese) Limited, was recently scanned using high-resolution non-destructive X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis with exciting results.

Scanning confirmed the presence of shallow, high-grade manganese, with some grades exceeding 50% manganese over 10cm intervals.

Results of core scanning for drill hole BRDD005 included 48 10cm intervals grading between 30% and 40% manganese, and 15 samples above 40% manganese, with a peak grade of 52.6% manganese over one 10cm interval.

 
    Bryah kicks off copper-gold drilling at Windalah  

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Drilling is now underway at Bryah’s namesake project with the first holes testing the Windalah prospect, a lookalike of the historical Horseshoe Lights copper-gold mine.

Horseshoe Lights, located 13km to the north, is a historical mine that produced 3.3 million tonnes of ore grading 2.9 grams per tonne gold and 1.7 per cent copper since its discovery in 1946 till production ended in 1994.

The company plans to complete about 8,000m of deep reverse circulation and diamond drilling at Windalah in three phases to test below significant volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) pathfinder minerals identified in earlier soil sampling and aircore drilling.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) begins drilling at Windalah  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has begun a major drilling program at its Windalah Prospect in Western Australia
  • Up to 8000 metres of reverse circulation (RC) and diamond drilling will be undertaken to test below a multi-element volcanic massive sulphide target
  • Drilling will be carried out in three phases to allow for downhole electromagnetic (DHEM) surveys to be completed between each phase
  • Bryah may add extra holes to the program once initial results are received
  • Shares in Bryah are up 4.29 per cent and are trading at 7.3 cents
 
    Bryah Spinning The Bit Again At Windalah  

The Assay

RC And Diamond Drilling Campaign Underway In WA

Bryah Resources Limited (ASX:BYH) has commenced a major drilling programme at the company’s Windalah Prospect within its Bryah Basin Project located in central Western Australia.

The company plans to drill approximately 8,000m of Reverse Circulation (RC) /diamond drilling to depths of 350 metres to test below the significant multi- element pathfinder minerals anomaly identified in earlier soil sampling and aircore drilling. This deep drilling is planned to be done in three phases to enable the completion and interpretation of down hole electromagnetic (DHEM) surveys between each drilling phase.

Managing Director, Neil Marston, said Phase 1 RC/diamond drilling of 2,000m is scheduled to commence in the coming days with holes to be prepared for follow-up DHEM surveying.

 
    Copper resurgence benefits juniors  

Business News [subscription]

High-quality copper prospects are becoming hard to find, but juniors are poised for the challenge.

 
    Bryah drilling to test Horseshoe Lights lookalike at Windalah  

Stockhead

Bryah is embarking on a major drilling campaign to test the Windalah copper-gold prospect and other high-priority targets within its Bryah Basin project.

Windalah is the first cab off the rank with the company planning to carry out about 8,000m of reverse circulation and diamond drilling to depths of 350m to test below significant volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) pathfinder minerals identified in earlier soil sampling and aircore drilling.

Recent aircore drilling results included up to 455 parts per million arsenic, 48.5ppm antimony and 12.7ppm molybdenum.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) to kick off major drilling campaign  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) will begin an 18,000-metre drilling campaign in the coming days at its Bryah Basin Project in Western Australia
  • The company will complete 8000 metres of reverse circulation and diamond drilling beneath previously unearthed volcanic massive sulfide pathfinder elements at the Windalah prospect
  • This will be followed by 10,000 metres of aircore drilling across several prospects, which the company expects to begin in May
  • Shares last traded at 6.9 cents
 
    IPOs spinning into fashion  

Paydirt

Bryah Resources Ltd announce last month it was vending its Tumblegum South project (resource of 600,000t @ 2.2 g/t gold for 42,500oz) into the Melbourne-based unlisted public company Star Minerals Ltd for $500,000 cash, 9 million shares and 7 million performance options.

Star must undertake an IPO and be approved to join the ASX before May 31 for the transaction to be finalised.

 
    Bryah lauds grades of Gabanintha samples  

Kalgoorlie Miner

Bryah lauds grades of Gabanintha samples

 
    Bryah hits bonanza gold grade at WA site  

Australian Mining

Bryah Resources has encountered bonanza gold grades at Australian Vanadium’s namesake vanadium-titanium-magnetite project in Western Australia.

The company received assay results from 17 holes, with intercepts including 10 metres at 27.5 grams per tonne of gold from 53 metres.

This includes four metres at 64.3 grams per tonne of gold from 54 metres.

Bryah managing director Neil Marston said these latest gold assays confirmed the exciting gold potential of the historic mining area of Gabanintha.

 
    Bryah hits bonanza gold grade at WA site  

Australian Mining

Bryah Resources has encountered bonanza gold grades at Australian Vanadium’s namesake vanadium-titanium-magnetite project in Western Australia.

The company received assay results from 17 holes, with intercepts including 10 metres at 27.5 grams per tonne of gold from 53 metres.

This includes four metres at 64.3 grams per tonne of gold from 54 metres.

 
    Bryah makes bonanza 182g/t gold hit at Gabanintha  

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Drilling at Bryah’s Gabanintha project has delivered bonanza gold grades of up to 182g/t gold in a cross-cutting fault zone that could host significant mineralisation.

The top 1m intercept from a depth of 55m is located within a broader 4m zone grading 64.3 grams per tonne (g/t) gold from 54m that is itself located in a 10m intersection at 27.5gt gold from 53m.

Notably, the discovery of high-grade gold means the major cross faults over the vanadium-titanium-magnetite (VTM) deposit now represent untested gold targets.

Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) holds a suite of mineral rights such as nickel, copper and gold over the Gabanintha project while Australian Vanadium holds the rights to vanadium, titanium, iron ore and cobalt.

 
    Resources Top 5: Which ASX gold, iron ore and copper stocks took off today?  

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Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH)

WA-focused gold explorer Bryah Resources soared in morning trading after it announced an impressive hit of 182 grams per tonne (g/t) gold at its Gabanintha project.

The hit was one of 17 holes drilled at Gabanintha and shows high-grade gold occurs in a cross-cutting fault zone within the project’s vanadium-titanium-magnetite deposit.

Australian Vanadium (ASX:AVL) has a 7.3 per cent equity stake in Bryah Resources and holds the rights to vanadium, titanium, iron ore and cobalt at Gabanintha.

“Recording exceptionally high-grade gold assays of 10 metres grading 27.5 g/t gold with 1 metre assays of up to 182 g/t gold within a fault cross-cutting the high-grade vanadium zone opens up a whole new exploration concept for the company to target,” managing director, Neil Marston, said.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYR) finds 182g/t gold at Australian Vanadium (ASX:AVL) project  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources' (BYH) latest drilling campaign at Australian Vanadium's (AVL) namesake project has registered bonanza gold grades
  • Byrah holds the rights to all the nickel, copper and gold at the WA-based project, while AVL holds the rights to cobalt, the resource and the deposit
  • Best results from the program include 10 metres at 27.5 g/t gold from 53 metres, including four metres at 64.3 g/t gold from 54 metres and one metre at 182g/t gold
  • BYH believes the deposit has high-grade gold occurring in a cross-cutting fault zone with the potential for significant gold mineralisation
  • It's now planning to test additional drill samples from the deposit, while also planning follow-up reverse circulation drilling
  • Shares in BYH have surged following the news, trading up 67.8 per cent at 9.5 cents, while AVL shares are steady at 2.5 cents
 
    10 at 10: These ASX stocks are being shown the most love from investors this morning  

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Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) rose after an exploration update at its Gabanintha gold project.

 
    Copper – EV demand, European supply shifts, pricing trends and overheat risk  

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RockTalks is a Stockhead video series featuring a roundtable of resources experts discussing a new macro topic each week. The program is sponsored by Bridge Street Capital Partners, a leading ECM and principal investment firm focused on mining, energy & tech.

In this episode, host Peter Strachan takes a look at the copper market.

Populating the expert panel for this discussion is Peter George, managing director of Alicanto Minerals (ASX:AQI), Neil Marston, managing director of Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) and Christian Easterday, managing director of Hot Chill (ASX:HCH).

The group discusses a range of topics, including the South American copper pipeline, how COVID-19 will impact near-term copper development, developments in Bryah Basin, European domestic copper demand trends, M&A activity in the sector and much more.

 
    Bryah to spin advanced gold project into new IPO, Star Minerals  

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Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) has a plan to help it focus on its core copper-gold exploration projects while retaining significant exposure to near-term gold production at Tumblegum South. 

The agreement with Star Minerals will see Bryah receive $500,000 cash, 9 million shares (valued at $1.8m) and 7m performance rights.

Bryah will likely hold 21.6 per cent equity in the new explorer upon its successful ASX listing, which could increase to over 30 per cent through conversion of performance rights upon commencement of gold production at Tumblegum South.

Both transactions are conditional upon Star Minerals undertaking its $5m IPO and obtaining ASX approval to list by 31 May 2021.

 
    MoneyTalks: Could this ASX medtech stock become the next Cochlear?  

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This company has feet in multiple commodities including gold, manganese and copper.

But Pilgrim is most bullish about the latter of these.

“(The) copper price has gone from $2.50 per pound to $4.20 in last six months and that’s off the back of Biden’s Green New Deal – (a) $1 trillion investment into renewable energy space,” he told Stockhead.

“Which is going to require a lot of copper and there has been a lack of investment in copper exploration in the last 10 years due to the depressed copper price.

“The copper price has run on strength and we think the funds will start flowing into the copper explorers like it did with gold.”

Pilgrim also noted the company’s project is in the same basin as the DeGrussa mine discovered by Sandfire Resources (ASX:SFR).

“It’s a known geological setting for VMS style copper deposits and we feel they’re potentially on the road to a major discovery,” he declared.

 
    Bryah’s drilling returns consistent manganese mineralisation  

Stockhead

Recently completed diamond drilling at Bryah’s manganese assets intersected mineralisation consistent with the geological interpretation from earlier drilling.

This is particularly notable given that previous drilling had intersected high-grade mineralisation.

Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) highlighted drill hole BRDD005 that tested a high-grade zone of manganese identified by reverse circulation drilling at Area 74 within the Brumby Creek prospect.

Zones of blue-grey high-grade manganese are clearly visible in the BRDD005 drill core and are generally separate from the red-brown iron rich shale zones.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) completes further drilling at joint venture project  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has drilled seven shallow holes at its Bryah Basin Manganese Joint Venture Project in WA
  • Two holes were drilled at the Horseshoe South Extended area, while the other five were drilled at the Brumby Creek Project
  • During this program, Bryah identified manganese mineralisation matches previously drilled samples
  • The company will beneficiate the core samples for commercialisation
  • On the market today, Bryah Resources is down 1.69 per cent and trading at 5.8 cents
 
    Primero Group (ASX:PGX) drops Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) deal  

The Market Herald

  • Primero Group (PGX) has said no deal to its proposed purchase of Bryah Resources' (BYH) 70 per cent stake in the Bryah Basin Manganese Joint Venture
  • Just last week, Bryah gave the all-clear for Primero to purchase the interest
  • However, Primero has now dropped the deal, as some "outstanding conditions on the deal not been met"
  • While initially all for the deal, Bryah said it was "happy to retain" its 70 per cent interest
  • On the market today, Bryah is down 6.25 per cent and trading at 6 cents per share, while Primero is up 1.77 per cent and trading at 57.5 cents each
 
    https://www.businessnews.com.au/article/Primero-AMCI-withdraw-manganese-offer  

Business News [subscription]

Bryah Resources will hold on to its 70 per cent stake in a Mid West manganese project, after joint buyers Primero Group and investment firm AMCI withdrew their $5 million offer.

 
    Bryah is happy to retain its manganese assets – here’s why  

Stockhead

Bryah is retaining its interest in the Bryah Basin Manganese Joint Venture after an acquisition offer fell over, but the company is happy to retain the project.

And it is not hard to see why.

Manganese has received a lot of love recently as the industrial metal, which is typically used in the manufacture of steel, is increasingly being seen as a low-cost solution for the manufacture of batteries for the growing electric vehicle sector.

This has been sparked in large part by Tesla’s introduction of a new battery with a cathode that is 33 per cent manganese.

 
    Bryah firms up Gabanintha gold potential  

Stockhead

Gold has been uncovered at the Gabanintha project in central Western Australia, where Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) holds a suite of mineral rights. 

Up to 3 grams per tonne (g/t) gold were recorded in the latest assay results from an initial selection of historical drill samples from Australian Vanadium’s (ASX:AVL) namesake project within Gabanintha.

Additionally, a review of metallurgical test work undertaken by AVL showed the presence of gold along with cobalt, nickel and copper in the non-magnetic tail after separation of the vanadium, titanium and magnetite.

 
    Rock Yarns Podcast: Value is bubbling in WA’s Bryah Basin, BYH is ahead of the curve  

Stockhead

Stock analysis veteran and lover of the resources game, Peter Strachan, is back for another instalment of the Rock Yarns podcast.

In this episode Peter chats with Neil Marston, managing director and company secretary of Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH).

Bryah is a Perth-based mineral exploration company with a focus on exploration for high-grade copper-gold and manganese resources located in its two projects areas in the Bryah Basin and at Gabanintha in the Meekatharra region of Western Australia.

 
    Bryah free to sell its JV share  

Mining Weekly

A subsidiary of ASX-listed OM Holdings, OM Manganese, has waived its pre-emptive rights to match a A$5-million conditional cash offer for ASX-listed Bryah Resources interest in the Bryah Basin manganese joint venture (JV).

Bryah last year announced a A$5-million transaction with ASX-listed Primero Group and natural resources specialist investor AMCI Group to divest of its manganese rights over the JV tenement package, allowing Bryah to maintain exposure to all other commodities within the licence.

 
    Bryah free to lock in $5m deal for manganese asset  

Stockhead

The $5m cash windfall will enable Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) – which recently raised another $1.3m — to more aggressively focus on its gold-copper assets in WA as well as evaluating other opportunities, it says.

In November, Bryah received a $5 million cash offer for its interest in the Bryah Basin Manganese Joint Venture with OM Holdings (ASX:OMH).

The bid came from well-funded mining services play Primero Group (ASX:PGX) and natural resources specialist investor, AMCI Group.

OMH – which holds a 30 per cent interest and is funding further exploration to earn up to a 51 per cent from Bryah — had a pre-emptive right to match the cash offer.

OMH has now advised Bryah that it will not match the offer, which allows the explorer to finalise the $5m deal.

Importantly, Bryah retains rights to all commodities other than manganese over the joint venture area, which is highly prospective for copper and gold.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) proceeds with Bryah Basin JV interest sale  

The Market Herald

 

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) is now free to proceed with selling its 70 per cent joint venture interest in the Bryah Basin Project in WA
  • The joint venture is held with OM Holdings' (OMH) subsidiary, OM Manganese (OMM)
  • While OMM is funding exploration to increase its interest, Bryah received a $5 million bid from Primero Group and ACMI Group in November last year
  • Before it formally accepted, Bryah checked if OMM would want to match the offer
  • However, its former joint venture partner has now waived its pre-emptive right which means Bryah can sell its interest to Primero and ACMI
  • Despite the sale of its manganese interest, Bryah retains the right to explore for other commodities, such as copper and gold, within the Bryah Basin
  • Bryah is trading grey at 7.6 cents
 
    Bryah reports manganese-rich intersects from Horseshoe South  

Stockhead

Bryah Resources’ Bryah Basin joint venture has hit high grade manganese while drilling the historic Horseshoe South mine, as it works towards a maiden resource estimate for the project.

The latest results from the Bryah Basin manganese joint venture – owned 70% by Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) and 30% by a subsidiary of OM Holdings (ASX:OMH) – are the last to come of a program carried out in October and November last year to allow improved geological modelling of the historic mine site.

They did just that, with Bryah stating the latest results confirmed the presence of high-grade manganese mineralisation beneath the existing main pit floor and provided an increased geological understanding of the area.

 
    10 at 10: These ASX stocks are kicking goals this morning  

Stockhead

Stockhead’s Top 10 at 10, published at 10.15am each trading day, highlights the best (and worst) performing ASX small caps in morning trade using live data.

It’s a short, sharp update to help frame the trading day by showing the biggest movers in percentage terms.

The market opens at 10am (eastern time) and the data is taken at 10:15am, once every ASX stock has commenced trading.

Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) jumped on a market-moving announcement, after announcing a high-grade manganese strike at its Meekatharra project in central Western Australia.

 
    Resources Top 5: These ASX stocks are first out of the gate  

Stockhead

  • Coal explorer Prairie could score big payday if it wins legal battle against Polish government
  • Red Mountain Mining has rare earths and gold exploration results pending
  • Bryah Resources hits high grade manganese under historic Horseshoe Lights mine
 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) intersects high-grade manganese at Horseshoe South  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has intersected high-grade manganese mineralisation at the Horseshoe South Manganese Mine in Western Australia
  • Reverse circulation (RC) drilling was recently completed to update the geological model ahead of a mineral resource estimate
  • 40 holes were drilled across the Main Open Pit and the Extended Open Pit areas
  • At the Main Open Pit, grades peaked at 44.3 per cent manganese while at the Extended Open Pit grades peaked at 33.8 per cent manganese
  • Bryah is up a healthy 25.7 per cent on the back of this news with shares trading at 8.8 cents
 
    Bryah drilling sniffs out copper potential at Fortnum East  

Stockhead

Aircore drilling has mapped out the promising Narracoota-Ravelstone Formation contact at Bryah’s Fortnum East prospect over a strike of 4.7km.

Importantly, the copper anomalism – 21m at 288 parts per million – identified on the southernmost line highlights the potential of this zone to be analogous to the Wodger copper-gold deposit about 4km to the west.

Aircore drilling at Bryah Resources’ (ASX:BYH) Wongawar prospect, also in Western Australia’s Bryah Basin, has recorded shallow gold in multiple drill holes.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) to raise $1.3M for Bryah Basin  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has received binding commitments to raise $1.3 million via a share placement
  • More than 21.6 million new shares will be issued to sophisticated and professional investors at six cents
  • This price represents a 16.1 per cent discount to the 15-day volume-weighted average price of 7.1 cents
  • Additionally, more than 10.8 million attaching options will be issued, with participants to receive one free attaching option for every two shares issued
  • Bryah will use the funds to undertake exploration activities at its gold and copper prospects at its Bryah Basin Project in Western Australia
  • Bryah has ended the day a slight 1.56 per cent in the green with shares trading at 6.5 cents
 
    Buyer for Bryah Basin Manganese  

The Australian Mining Review

Bryah Resources has received a conditional offer for a 100% cash purchase of its interest in the Bryah Basin Manganese Joint Venture.  OM (Manganese) Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of OM Holding Ltd, currently holds a 10% interest and is funding further exploration to earn up to a 51% JV interest from Bryah, and has a pre-emptive right to match the cash offer.

 
    Bryah Resources boosts exploration kitty with $1.3 million raise  

Stockhead

 

Bryah Resources will bank an extra $1.3 million to spend on copper-gold exploration on the back of a successful placement.  

Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) raised the cash to fund further exploration activity at its Bryah Basin and Gabanintha projects in central Western Australia.

The funds will be applied towards diamond and RC drilling programs at the highly prospective Windalah project in the Bryah Basin; gold and base metal exploration at Gabanintha; the costs of the placement and general working capital.

The raising comes shortly following a $5 million offer from Primero Group and ACMI Group for Bryah’s interest in the Bryah Basin Managese Joint Venture.

Bryah intends to accept that offer should JV partner OM Holdings (ASX:OMH) choose not to match it.

Managing director Neil Marston said the additional funds would allow the company to progress its exploration goals in the new year.

 
    Bryah Identifies New VMS Copper-Gold Target In WA  

The Assay

Multi-Element Anomaly To Be Tested At Windalah

Bryah Resources Limited (ASX:BYH) has identified the presence of a broad, high-tenor down hole multi- element geochemical anomaly associated with copper and gold with A/C drilling at Windalah East in Western Australia.

The company has now completed a total 67 holes for 5,999m of AC drilling over four prospect areas.

Drilling at the Windalah East prospect has also returned highly anomalous results in Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide (VMS) pathfinder minerals including, up to 455 ppm Arsenic, up to 48.5 ppm Antimony and up to 12.7 ppm Molybdenum.

 
    Bryah unveils VMS copper-gold target at Windalah  

The Pick

Bryah Resources Limited (ASX:BYH) has identified the presence of a broad, high-tenor down hole multi- element geochemical anomaly associated with copper and gold with A/C drilling at Windalah East in Western Australia.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) confirms copper-gold target at Windalah East  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has confirmed a down-hole geochemical anomaly at the Windalah East prospect within the Bryah Basin of WA
  • A total of 67 holes were drilled over four prospects and 27 of these were completed at Windalah East
  • The newly-identified copper-gold anomaly spans a 500-metre strike length and is open to the northwest
  • The down-hole anomaly coincides with a previous anomaly identified during a geophysical survey conducted in 2018
  • In addition to copper and gold, drilling returned highly anomalous results in volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) pathfinder minerals
  • Bryah Resources is now planning a follow-up drilling program for early next year
 
    Bryah drilling uncovers intriguing Horseshoe Lights analogue  

Stockhead

Bryah has identified a volcanogenic massive sulphide target at its Windalah project that is similar to the nearby Horseshoe Lights copper-gold deposit.

Its recently completed aircore drilling program in the Windalah East prospect intersected anomalous copper and gold along with key pathfinder minerals, including up to 455 parts per million arsenic, 48.5ppm antimony and 12.7ppm molybdenum.

These are commonly associated with VMS deposits.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) finishes drilling at Tumblegum South  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has completed diamond drilling at the Tumblegum South gold deposit in Western Australia
  • The aim of this drilling was to confirm the grades of mineralisation, provide samples for metallurgical testwork, and confirm interpretations in the geological model
  • Three holes were drilled and the core will now be geologically logged and orientated on site and then transported to Perth for cutting
  • Samples will then be submitted to the laboratory for gold and multi-element analysis
  • Bryah ended the day 1.45 per cent in the green with shares trading at 7 cents
 
    Bryah waits on assays from Tumblegum South gold drilling  

Stockhead

Bryah is now waiting on assay results from its three-hole diamond drilling program at the Tumblegum South gold deposit in Western Australia.

The drilling was aimed at confirming high-grade mineralised zones and the geological model of the deposit within its Gabanintha project about 40km south of Meekatharra.

Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) says the drilling is an important step towards improving the status of the inferred resource, which currently stands at 600,000t grading 2.2 grams per tonne for 42,500oz of contained gold.

Core from the drill program will be orientated and geologically logged on site before being transported to Perth for cutting, with samples being submitted to a laboratory for gold and multi-element analysis.

 
    OM Holdings raises stake in manganese JV  

Business News [subscription]

OM Holdings has raised its stake in a manganese project, two days after joint venture partner Bryah Resources received a $5 million cash offer for its interest in the asset.

OM now holds a 30 per cent stake in the project, situated in Western Australia’s Bryah Basin.

Bryah holds the remaining 70 per cent.

The companies entered into a $7.3 million farm-in arrangement in 2019, which gave OM the option of earning a 70 per cent JV interest.

 
    OM Holdings continues to earn in at Bryah JV  

Mining Weekly

ASX-listed OM Holdings, through its subsidiary OM Manganese, has increased its shareholding in its manganese joint venture (JV) with Bryah Resources, days after the latter announced plans to sell its interest.

As part of its farm-in and JV agreement with Bryah, OM Manganese has funded a further A$500 000 in project expenditure, taking its interest in the project to 30%.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) begins diamond drilling at Tumblegum South  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has begun diamond drilling at the Tumblegum South gold deposit in Western Australia
  • Three holes have been planned with aims to confirm the grades of mineralisation, confirm the interpretations made in the geological model, and provide samples metallurgical testwork
  • Drilling is an important step towards improving the current mineral resource estimate of Tumblegum South
  • Results will be reported on in due course
  • Bryah has ended the day a slight 1.32 per cent in the red, with shares trading for 7.5 cents each
 
    Bryah back on gold path with Tumblegum South drilling  

Stockhead

Special Report: Bryah is looking to confirm high-grade mineralised zones and a geological model at the Tumblegum South gold deposit with a three-hole diamond drill program.

Selected core from the drilling at the deposit within its Gabanintha project about 40km south of Meekatharra will also be used for communition and metallurgical test work.

The three-hole program totalling 165m is a key step in Bryah Resources’ (ASX:BYH) plan to advance the project towards gold production.

Tumblegum South has a current inferred resource of 600,000 tonnes grading 2.2 grams per tonne (g/t) gold for 42,500oz of contained precious metal.

 
    Bryah Resources Receives $5 Million Cash Offer For Manganese Interests  

Hot Copper

  • BRYAH RESOURCES LTD- RECEIVES $5 MILLION CASH OFFER FOR MANGANESE INTERESTS
  • BRYAH RESOURCES- OM (MANGANESE) HOLDS A PRE-EMPTIVE RIGHT TO MATCH OFFER PURCHASE PRICE AND HAS BEEN SERVED NOTICE TO TRIGGER THIS RIGHT
  • BRYAH RESOURCES- CO TO RETAIN RIGHTS TO ALL COMMODITIES OTHER THAN MANGANESE OVER JOINT VENTURE AREA
 
    Bryah in for $5 million cash boost from manganese deal  

Kalgoorlie Miner

Junior Murchison gold explorer Bryah Resources could be in for a $5 million cash windfall through the potential sale of its manganese interests to a joint Perth-US bid.

Bryah announced to the ASX yesterday it had received a conditional offer for a 100 per cent cash purchase of the company's interest in the Bryah Basin Manganese Joint Venture.

Perth engineering firm Primero Group and Connecticut-based American Metals and Coal International Group are behind the offer.

 
    Bryah moves out of manganese  

Miningnews.net [subscription]

BRYAH Resources has been offered a conditional cash offer for its 80%-owned Western Australian manganese joint venture, prompting its joint venture partner to consider triggering its pre-emptive matching rights.

 
    BRIEF-Bryah Resources Receives $5 Million Cash Offer For Manganese Interests  

Investing.com

* BRYAH RESOURCES LTD- RECEIVES $5 MILLION CASH OFFER FOR MANGANESE INTERESTS

* BRYAH RESOURCES- OM (MANGANESE) HOLDS A PRE-EMPTIVE RIGHT TO MATCH OFFER PURCHASE PRICE AND HAS BEEN SERVED NOTICE TO TRIGGER THIS RIGHT

* BRYAH RESOURCES- CO TO RETAIN RIGHTS TO ALL COMMODITIES OTHER THAN MANGANESE OVER JOINT VENTURE AREA

 
    Bryah favours $5m offer for JV stake  

Business News [subscription]

Contractor Primero Group and private investment firm AMCI have made a move on Bryah Resources' stake in a manganese project in Western Australia.

Bryah, based in West Perth, holds an 80 per cent stake in its manganese joint venture with OM Holdings, which holds the remaining 20 per cent interest.

The project is situated in WA’s Bryah Basin.

The companies entered into a farm-in arrangement in 2019, which gave OM the option of spending $7.3 million to earn up to a 70 per cent interest in the project.

 

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) receives bid for WA manganese interests  

The Market Herald

  • Another ASX-lister has its eyes on Bryah Resources' (BYH) manganese interests in central WA
  • Primero Group (PGX), together with resources investor ACMI Group, has tabled a $5 million offer for Bryah's stake in the Bryah Basin Manganese Joint Venture
  • Currently, Bryah is exploring the JV with an offshoot of fellow materials stock OM Holdings (OMH), which has a 20 per cent stake in the manganese play
  • That subsidiary also has the option to up its holding to 51 per cent, so it has the right to match the $5 million offer before anything else goes ahead
  • However, if OMH's spin-off doesn't submit its own bid, Bryah intends to take the Primero and ACMI offer to the agreement stage
  • Following the announcement, BYH shares rose 6.85 per cent, worth 7.8 cents each
 
    Bryah gets manganese offer  

Mining Weekly

ASX-listed Bryah Resources has received a A$5-million conditional cash offer for its interest in the Bryah Basin manganese joint venture (JV), with fellow listed OM Holdings.

The company told shareholders on Wednesday that the offer from ASX-listed Primero Group and natural resources specialist investor AMCI Group only applied to the manganese interest in the tenements, with Bryah to retain exposure to all other commodities within the licences.

 
    Bryah receives $5m cash offer for manganese assets  

Stockhead

Special Report: The sale of its Manganese Joint Venture Interest will enable a cashed-up Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) to aggressively focus on its gold-copper exploration assets and other acquisition opportunities.

WA explorer Bryah has received – and intends to accept — a conditional $5m all-cash offer for its interest in the Bryah Basin Manganese Joint Venture with OM Holdings (ASX:OMH).

The bid comes from well-funded mining services play Primero Group (ASX:PGX) and natural resources specialist investor, AMCI Group.

 
    Goldfields Esperance, Mid West and Wheatbelt Rural Report  

ABC Goldfields Radio

Managing Director Neil Marston interviewed on ABC Goldfields Radio about the grant of Bryah Resources #gold project mining lease in the Mid West

 
    Bryah hails investors' turnaround  

Mid West Times

A Murchison-focused gold hopeful is hailing a remarkable turnaround in investor sentiment towards industry minnows as it takes a big step towards production.

Bryah Resources last week announced it was eyeing a 2021 start date for gold production at its Tumblegum South prospect, part of the 170sqkm Gabanintha field 40km south of Meekatharra.

 
    Bryah Celebrates Grant Of Tumblegum South Mining Lease  

The Assay

Major Step Forward In The Project Development Process

Bryah Resources Limited (ASX:BYH) has taken a major step in the development of the Tumblegum South Prospect located within its Gabanintha Project Western Australia with the granting of a mining lease.

Managing Director Neil Marston said this is a significant milestone on the pathway to near-term gold production at Tumblegum South.

“We have been successful in progressing the mining lease application and to have it granted in less than eight months is a credit to all involved and gives us a great chance to capitalise on the robust gold price.

 
    Gold Mining Minnows Make Major Headway  

The West Australian

A Murchison-focused gold hopeful is hailing a remarkable turnaround in investor sentiment towards industry minnows as it takes a big step towards production.

Bryah Resources yesterday announced it was eyeing a start date next year for gold production at its Tumblegum South prospect, part of the 170sqkm Gabanintha field, 40km south of Meekatharra.

 
    Bryah Resources’ Tumblegum South Mining Lease Granted  

Australasian Mining Review

Bryah Resources Limited (“Bryah” or “the Company”) (ASX:BYH) is pleased to announce the grant of the mining lease over the Company’s Tumblegum South Prospect located within its Gabanintha Project, in the gold-rich Meekatharra region of Western Australia.

 
    Australian Vanadium welcomes grant of Tumblegum South Mining Lease to Bryah Resources  

Proactive

The Tumblegum South Project is progressing through its final stages of evaluation in readiness for mining, targeting first production as soon as 2021.

Australian Vanadium Ltd (ASX:AVL) has welcomed the grant of the Tumblegum South Mining Lease to Bryah Resources Limited (ASX:BYH) – a key milestone to advance towards production at the Gabanintha Project.

AVL retains 100% rights in the excluded minerals of vanadium, uranium, cobalt, chromium, titanium, lithium, tantalum, manganese and iron ore on the Gabanintha Project, with Bryah holding rights to all remaining minerals.

 
    Bryah Resources could be a gold miner in 2021  

Stockhead

Special Report: WA explorer Bryah (ASX:BYH) has been granted a mining lease over its Tumblegum South prospect, a “significant milestone” as it aims for first gold production in 2021.

Tumblegum South has a current gold resource of 600,000 tonnes at 2.2 grams per tonne (g/t) for 42,500 ounces.

This small, low-cost development will generate a nice amount of cash flow at today’s high gold price, giving Bryah the flexibility to accelerate its wider exploration activities or secure new projects.

 
    Tumblegum to give up gold  

Australia's Mining Monthly

BRYAH Resources has jumped out of the blocks at the Tumblegum South gold prospect to secure a mining lease just eight months after pegging the ground. 

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    Bryah Resources obtains lease  

Kitco News

 

Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) announced today that a mining lease over the company's Tumblegum South Prospect was granted.

The lease is located within its Gabanintha Project, in the gold-rich Meekatharra region of Western Australia.

The Tumblegum South prospect, has an inferred mineral resource of 600,000 tonnes @ 2.2 g/t Au for 42,500 oz Au.

The company said negotiations are well advanced for a collaboration agreement with a gold plant owner to develop and commence open pit gold production.

“This is a significant milestone on the pathway to near-term gold production at Tumblegum South. We have been successful in progressing the mining lease application and to have it granted in less than 8 months is a credit to all involved and gives us a great chance to capitalise on the robust gold price," said Bryah Resources Managing Director Neil Marston.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) secures mining lease for Tumblegum South  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) can now begin mining activities at the Tumblegum South prospect after being granted a mining lease
  • The mining lease, currently owned by ASX-lister Australian Vanadium, is part of the Gabanintha Project in WA
  • Tumblegum South has an existing inferred mineral resource of 600,000 tonnes at 2.2g/t gold for 42,500 ounces - however, Bryah is looking to extend this with an upcoming drilling program
  • Bryah is also negotiating with a gold processing plant owner about utilising the facility to process ore from the project
  • Additionally, former Fortescue Metals geologist, Greg Almond, has been appointed to drive Tumblegum South into production
  • Company shares are up 3.33 per cent, last trading for 6.2 cents
 
    Bryah gets mining license in WA  

Mining Weekly

Junior Bryah Resources has been granted a mining lease over its Tumblegum South gold prospect, at its Gabanintha project in Western Australia.

“This is a significant milestone on the pathway to near-term gold production at Tumblegum South. We have been successful in progressing the mining lease application and to have it granted in less than eight months is a credit to all involved and gives us a great chance to capitalise on the robust gold price,” said Bryah MD Neil Marston.

 
    Bryah Resources has manganese JV drilling underway ahead of resource estimate in early 2021  

FerroAlloyNet [subscription]

Bryah Resources has manganese JV drilling underway ahead of resource estimate in early 2021

 
    Bryah Resources has company-defining ore deposit in its sights  

Stockhead

 

Special Report: Bryah Resources’ partner OM Holdings has spent over $1m on exploration at their manganese joint venture in WA, a region also renown for high-grade copper and gold.

The Bryah Basin is Bryah Resources’ (ASX:BYH) flagship project, located 150km north of Meekatharra, and is host to some of WA’s larger copper-gold mines such as Sandfire Resources’ (ASX:SFR) DeGrussa mine.

In a double-bonus, the Bryah Basin project also contains some rich manganese formations.

 
    Bryah on board for Manganese resource drilling at Brumby Creek  

The Pick

Bryah Resources Limited (ASX:BYH) has kicked off the next phase of drilling under the Bryah Basin Manganese Joint Venture in Western Australia with OM (Manganese) Ltd.

 
    Bryah Resources drilling to define manganese resource  

Stockhead

 

Special Report: Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) has kicked off infill drilling aimed at helping define a manganese resource for the Brumby Creek prospect and Horseshoe South mine.

This follows successful drilling at the Brumby Creek prospect within its Bryah Basin project in Western Australia that returned high-grade results of up to 30m at 33.6 per cent manganese from 9m.

Bryah also plans to start diamond drilling in early November to acquire core for density and beneficiation test work.

Managing director Neil Marston told Stockhead that the company has accelerated its field work to enable the completion of manganese resource estimates for the Brumby Creek, Black Hill and Horseshoe South areas in early 2021.

 
    Bryah Resources has manganese JV drilling underway ahead of resource estimate in early 2021  

Proactive

This next phase of exploration will follow-up successful results in the Brumby Creek and Horseshoe South Mine areas.

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has begun the next phase of drilling at the Bryah Basin Manganese Joint Venture in Western Australia with OM Manganese Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of OM Holdings Ltd (ASX:OMH).

 
    Bryah Resources' Neil Marston updates following completion of aircore drilling program  

Proactive

Bryah Resources Ltd's (ASX:BYH) Neil Marston caught up with Proactive's Andrew Scott following the news this morning that they've completed an aircore (AC) drilling program of 67 holes for 5,998 metres at four high-priority gold-copper prospects within the Bryah Basin Project, in Western Australia. Samples are with the laboratory or in transit and assay results are expected in late October.

 
    Bryah Resources completes aircore drilling at four priority gold-copper prospects in Bryah Basin  

Proactive

The AC drilling tested the large soil geochemical anomaly at Windalah East, and first pass reconnaissance drilling at the Wongawar, Fortnum East and Fiddlers East prospects.

 
    Bryah holds three-of-a-kind  

Paydirt

A lot can happen in three years, as Bryah Resources Ltd managing director Neil Marston has experienced since listing the company in October 2017.

Bryah was floated on the back of prospective gold-copper tenements about 150km north of Meekatharra. However, within a week of trading on the ASX, its focus pivoted towards manganese after Marston spotted a small mining operation on a neighbouring licence from the top of Horseshoe Range where he was attempting to make a phone call.

A lucrative JV with Bootu Creek mine operator OM Holdings Ltd followed almost 18 months after that strategic shift in direction and now, as the third anniversary of Bryah's IPO rapidly approaches, Marston appears to have a third mineral opportunity in the Bryah Basin to consider.

 
    Elon Musk’s new lithium-ion battery design sparks interest in manganese  

Stockhead

 

Manganese has never really piqued the interest of investors like gold, lithium or even nickel despite being one of the most used metals in the world.

That perception might soon change.

Manganese has traditionally being linked to steelmaking with about 90 per cent of all manganese going into that sector.

The market for the metal has also been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic with Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) managing director Neil Marston telling Stockhead that there are currently large stock piles in Chinese ports right now that have dragged on pricing to about $US4 per dry metric tonne unit (dmtu).

“However, as these stockpiles reduce back to normal levels, we would expect to see manganese ores trading above $US5/dmtu again in 2021,” he added.

 
    BRYAH RESOURCES: RECEIVES FINAL RESULTS FROM BRYAH BASIN JV  

Fintech Inshorts

  • Bryah Resources has received the final set of results from its recent reverse circulation drilling program at the Bryah Basin Manganese Project
  • Results come from the Black Hill, Black Beauty and Cheval prospects where 95 holes drilled to test two new manganese targets and test previous extensions
  • These results will also enable Bryah to complete geological modelling and a mineral resource estimate
  • A heritage survey planned to begin this month to clear additional areas for drilling
  • Another program of manganese drilling planned for the December quarter to test new exploration targets which there has previously not been access to
  • Bryah is down 3.64 per cent and shares are currently trading for 5.3 cents
 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) receives final results from Bryah Basin JV  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has received the final set of results from its recent reverse circulation (RC) drilling program at the Bryah Basin Manganese Project
  • Results come from the Black Hill, Black Beauty and Cheval prospects where 95 holes were drilled to test two new manganese targets and test previous extensions
  • Results peaked at 20.5 per cent manganese from Black Beauty, 22 per cent manganese from Cheval and 36.3 per cent manganese from Black Hill
  • These results will enable Bryah to complete geological modelling and a mineral resource estimate
  • Another program of manganese drilling is planned for the December quarter to test new exploration targets which there has previously not been access to
  • Bryah is down 3.64 per cent and shares are currently trading for 5.3 cents
 
    Bryah Resources intersects potential direct shipping grade manganese at Bryah Basin JV  

Proactive

OMM, a wholly-owned subsidiary of OM Holdings Ltd, has completed the Tranche-1 funding of $500,000 and now holds a 20% interest in the JV project.

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has intersected further potential direct shipping grade manganese in reverse circulation (RC) drilling at the Bryah Basin Manganese joint venture project near Meekatharra in central Western Australia.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) begins drilling at namesake project  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has begun an aircore and reconnaissance drilling program at its namesake project in central Western Australia
  • Aircore drilling will test a large soil geochemical anomaly at the Windalah East prospect
  • At least 30 holes, for 2500 metres, of aircore drilling is planned along with a further nine holes to test a gravity low anomaly
  • Furthermore, Bryah will undertake a 2000-metre first pass reconnaissance drilling program at the Wongawar, Fortnum East and Fiddlers East prospects
  • This marks the first time these prospects have been drilled
  • Company shares last traded six per cent higher for 5.3 cents
 
    Bryah commences 5,500m AC drilling programme  

The Pick

Bryah Resources Limited (ASX: BYH) has kicked off a 5,500 metre aircore (AC) drilling programme at various prospects within the company’s Bryah Basin Project, located in central Western Australia.

 
    Bryah Resources begins aircore drilling of four gold-copper prospects in Bryah Basin  

Proactive

The company will complete aircore drilling over a large soil geochemical anomaly with Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide potential at Windalah East prospect.

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has started a 5,500-metre aircore (AC) drilling program testing four gold-copper prospects within the Bryah Basin Project in Western Australia.

The program, which is expected to take 2-3 weeks, aims to complete testing the large geochemical anomaly at Windalah East and undertake first pass reconnaissance drilling for gold-copper at the Wongawar, Fortnum East and Fiddlers East prospects.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) discovers nickel-copper-cobalt at Mount Labouchere  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has made a new nickel-copper-cobalt discovery at its Mount Labouchere prospect
  • Mount Labouchere is located within Bryah's namesake project in central WA
  • In May, the company completed 16 shallow reverse circulation holes at the prospect
  • Further analysis of the samples led to results grading up to 0.22 per cent nickel, 0.38 per cent copper and 0.28 per cent cobalt
  • Additionally, up to 59 parts per billion gold and 470 parts per billion silver was recorded
  • Bryah has just completed a soil sampling program and results are expected some time next month
  • Company shares have dropped a slight 1.92 per cent and are trading for 5.1 cents
 
    Bryah Resources makes new nickel-copper-cobalt discovery in Bryah Basin  

Proactive

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has made new a nickel-copper-cobalt discovery after assessing results from recently completed reverse circulation (RC) drilling at Mount Labouchere prospect within the Bryah Basin.

Previous manganese drilling at Mount Labouchere revealed copper and cobalt anomalism, which prompted further investigation, including reverse circulation drilling.

 
    Bryah Resources’ high-grade hits confirm Brumby Creek as major new manganese find  

Proactive

New drilling results from the Bryah Basin JV prospect demonstrate the potential for a direct shipping-grade ore operation.

 
    Bryah Resources shares climb as drilling firms up new manganese DSO prospect  

Stockhead

Manganese play Bryah Resources’ (ASX:BYH) latest drilling program at the Bryah Basin joint venture project in Western Australia has established the Brumby Creek prospect as a major new discovery with DSO potential, sending shares in the company up more than 10 per cent to 5.4c.

DSO refers to “direct shipping ore” – namely, minerals that require only minimal processing such as crushing before they are exported, which keeps costs low.

Best results from the initial batch of results include 16m at 38 per cent manganese from a depth of 21m within a broader 30m zone grading 33.6 per cent manganese; and 5m at 36.2 per cent manganese from 23m within a 25m interval at 29 per cent manganese.

 
    Video: Bryah Resources buoyed by high-grade Bryah Basin gold and copper results  

Proactive

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) managing director Neil Marston speaks to Proactive about highly encouraging high-grade gold and copper results from recent reverse circulation (RC) drilling at the Bryah Basin Project.

 
    Bryah Resources high-grade gold results reveal similarities to Westgold’s nearby Yarlarweelor deposit  

Proactive

The company recently completed 11 RC drill holes for 2,015 metres at three locations – Windalah and Mars gold prospects and at an electromagnetic conductor target.

 
    Bryah Resources completes 2,315 metres of manganese drilling at Bryah Basin JV  

Proactive

Upcoming results will guide the company’s ongoing manganese exploration strategy near Meekatharra in central Western Australia.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) completes drilling at Bryah Basin JV project  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has completed its latest reverse circulation (RC) drilling program at its Bryah Basin Manganese Joint Venture project in WA
  • This drilling program tested for extensions on high-grade manganese mineralisation identified at the Brumby Creek and Black Hill prospects in May
  • It also tested the new manganese targets at the Cheval and Black Beauty prospects
  • Samples from drilling have been sent to the laboratory for analysis and results are expected in the upcoming weeks
  • The results will aid in the planning of the next phase of drilling, which is expected to be completed in Q4
  • Bryah is down a slight 1.64 per cent and shares are trading for six cents each just before market close
 
    Bryah Achieves 94% Gold Recovery From Windalah Testwork  

The Assay

High-Grade Gold Interval Yields 12m @ 5.13 g/t Au

Bryah Resources Limited (ASX:BYH) has received promising results from leaching testwork undertaken on samples from the Windalah Gold Prospect, located within its Bryah Basin Project  in central Western Australia.

 
    Bryah Resources achieves 94% gold recovery in Windalah test work  

Proactive

This positive gold recovery result demonstrates the potential gold recoveries from Windalah using conventional cyanide leaching.

 
    Bryah Resources receives gold assays up to 58.4 g/t in samples around historical workings at Bryah Basin Project  

Proactive

The Bryah West Project is east of, and partially within, the same geological sequence as the Livingstone Gold Project, currently operated by Kingston Resources Limited (ASX:KSN).

 
    Bryah Resources kicks off manganese drilling program at Bryah Basin JV  

Proactive

The RC drilling will test two new targets at Cheval and Black Beauty prospects as well as look for extensions to high-grade mineralisation at Brumby Creek and Black Hill.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) finishes first phase of RC drilling at Bryah Basin  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has finished the first phase of its gold reverse circulation drilling program in the Bryah Basin of Western Australia
  • Drilling began on July 4 and aimed to target the Windalah Prospect and a significant electromagnetic (EM) conductor
  • Bryah today announced it had completed seven holes at Windalah, two holes at the Mars Prospect, and two holes at the EM conductor
  • Results from these programs are expected in August and will help the company in future drilling programs
  • Bryah has ended the day 3.28 per cent in the red with shares trading for 5.9 cents each
 
    Bryah Resources detects strong off-hole anomaly responses during down hole EM survey  

Proactive

The off-hole anomaly responses could be indicative of bedrock conductors caused by VMS mineralisation sources.

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has completed 2,015 metres of reverse circulation (RC) drilling at Windalah and Mars gold prospects in the Bryah Basin of Western Australia and has detected off-hole anomaly responses in a down hole electromagnetic (EM) survey.

 
    Bryah Resources well-funded for busy program of gold, copper and manganese exploration  

Proactive

The company plans to undertake up to 8,000 metres of reverse circulation and aircore drilling over the next six months at multiple prospects within the Bryah Basin.

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has big exploration plans for the second half of 2020, including a follow-up 2,000 metre reverse circulation (RC) drilling program which is underway at Windalah Gold-Copper Prospect within the Bryah Basin near Meekatharra in central Western Australia.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) begins drilling program at Bryah Basin  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has begun its 2000-metre reverse circulation (RC) drilling program in the Bryah Basin of Western Australia
  • This program will target the Windalah gold prospect and a significant electromagnetic conductor
  • Drilling at Windalah will follow-up on high-grade intersections while downhole electromagnetic surveys will be completed at the conductor to aid in future programs
  • Bryah has ended the day 5.66 per cent in the green with shares trading for 5.6 cents each
 
    S&P/ASX 200 gives back early gains but still up +2% this week  

Proactive

Bryah Resources has drill spinning as it targets gold in Bryah Basin

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has the reverse circulation (RC) drill spinning in the Bryah Basin of WA targeting the high-priority Windalah gold prospect and an electromagnetic (EM) conductor near the historic Peak Hill Gold Mine. With the company aiming to take further advantage of strong gold market fundamentals, it has initially planned 2,000 metres of RC drilling in this campaign.

 
    Dart aims for the bulls eye in Victorian gold fields  

Stockhead

Gold plays are charging ahead with their exploration plans given the bullish outlook and the fact the precious metal broke past the $US1,800 ($2,600) barrier briefly earlier this week.

Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) has started drilling to test the Windalah prospect and a high priority electromagnetic (EM) conductor target north of the Peak Hill gold mine in Western Australia.

At least seven holes will be drilled at Windalah to follow-up on previous drilling that returned what Bryah says are exceptional high-grade gold intersections.

Notable results from the previous drilling were 12m at 4.32g/t gold from surface, including 2m at 17.19g/t gold from 3m; and 5m at 6.62g/t gold from 79m, including 1m at 15.15g/t gold from 82m.

Additionally, the company will drill and case two holes at the EM conductor about 7km north of Peak Hill and 65km east of Sandfire Resources’ (ASX:SFR) DeGrussa mine.

It plans to carry out downhole EM surveys of these drill holes to assist in follow-up exploration.

 
    Bryah Resources has drill spinning as it targets gold in Bryah Basin  

Proactive

An initial RC program of 2,000 metres is targeting the Windalah prospect and a large EM conductor.

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has the reverse circulation (RC) drill spinning in the Bryah Basin of WA targeting the high-priority Windalah gold prospect and an electromagnetic (EM) conductor near the historic Peak Hill Gold Mine.

With the company aiming to take further advantage of strong gold market fundamentals, it has initially planned 2,000 metres of RC drilling in this campaign.

 
    Element 25 to supply manganese concentrate to Singapore’s OM Holdings  

Small Caps

OM Holdings ups stake in Bryah Basin JV

Earlier this month, OM Holdings also expanded its relationship with another emerging manganese company, Bryah Resources (ASX: BYH).

After earning 20% in a Bryah Basin manganese joint venture by spending $500,000, the Singapore company committed itself to a further $500,000, which would increase its holding in the project to 30%.

The Bryah Basin project is located north of Meekatharra, WA. Byrah Resources’ tenements and manganese mineral rights cover 880sq km over parts of the western Bryah Basin, which also hosts a number of historical manganese workings, the largest being the Horseshoe South Manganese mine.

 
    Bryah Resources directors demonstrate confidence in gold exploration strategy with on-market purchases  

Proactive

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) directors Ian Stuart, Neil Marston and Leslie Ingraham have demonstrated their confidence in the company’s gold exploration strategy with the purchase of shares in on-market transactions.

The company is set to begin 2,000 metres of reverse circulation (RC) drilling of gold and copper targets in the Bryah Basin later this week funded by the tranche-1 placement completed recently.

 
    Bryah Resources to start RC drilling at Windalah Gold Prospect this week  

Proactive

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) is set to begin 2,000 metres of reverse circulation (RC) drilling of gold and copper targets in the Bryah Basin later this week funded by the tranche-1 placement completed last week.

This drilling will test the Windalah gold prospect as well as a high-priority EM conductor target north of Peak Hill.

 
    WA gold funding approaches A$400M in 2020  

MiningNews.net

EQUITY capital raised to fund exploration and development in “global gold hot spot” Western Australia has just ticked over A$375 million nearing the half-way point of 2020, with a significant proportion of that earmarked for the drill bit in the second half of this year and into 2021.

 
    Explorers to raise $19m  

Business News

Explorers Kin Mining, Mindax and Bryah Resources has each launched capital raisings today, with the majority of the proceeds to advance drill programs in Western Australia.

 
    Capital Watch: Vimy, Venturex and more  

MiningNews.net

Bryah Resources has received firm commitments to raise up to $1.55 million in a placement at 5c per share.

Hartleys is lead manager, with the funds to be used to explore for copper and gold in the Bryah Basin.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) to raise $1.55M for Bryah Basin Project  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has received binding commitments to raise $1.55 million and will use the money for its Bryah Basin Project in WA
  • Up to 31 million shares will be issued to sophisticated and professional investors at a price of five cents per share
  • Byron will use the money to undertake a combination of reverse circulation and aircore drilling at multiple prospects within the project
  • The money will also be used to locate extensions to the mineral resource at the Tumblegum South Gold Deposit and fund a downhole electromagnetic survey
  • Bryah is currently down 6.78 per cent and shares are trading for 5.5 cents each
 
    Bryah Resources raising up to $1.55 million ahead of follow-up drilling  

Proactive

Up to 8,000 metres of reverse circulation and aircore drilling will take place over the next six months at multiple prospects within the Bryah Basin.

 
    Bryah Resources in trading halt ahead of capital raising news  

Proactive

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has been granted a trading halt by the ASX ahead of a capital raising announcement.

The trading halt will be in place until the start of trading on Tuesday, June 16, or when an announcement is released to the market, whichever occurs earliest.

Shares last traded at 5.9 cents and are up from 2 cents at close on March 31.

 
    Bryah Resources drilling identifies new high-grade manganese zone at joint venture project  

Proactive

The Horseshoe South Manganese Mine is on a granted mining lease, allowing quick re-permitting for mining.

 
    Bryah encounters high-grade gold from surface at Windalah  

The Pick

The fortunate availability of a rig in the area has led Bryah Resources Limited (ASX: BYH) to successfully hit shallow, high-grade gold at its Windalah Gold-Copper Prospect within the Bryah Basin, north of Meekatharra in central Western Australia.

Managing Director, Neil Marston, said the short gold exploration drilling programme was opportunistically undertaken as a result of rig availability and was aimed to test for shallow extensions of the zones of high-grade gold mineralisation intersected by Bryah’s drilling in 2018.

 
    Bryah Resources drills 12m @ 4.32 g/t Au from surface, confirms Bryah Basin gold potential  

Mining

Impressive assays from the short gold exploration drilling program by Bryah Resources Limited (ASX: BYH) at the Windalah prospect within its Bryah Basin manganese project in WA have confirmed Bryah Basin gold potential.

The company announced that a three-hole RC drilling program has been completed at Windalah Gold-Copper Prospect.

BYH reported best result of 12 metres @ 4.32 g/t Au from surface, including 2 metres @ 17.19 g/t Au from 3 metres from hole BBRC049.

 
    Bryah Resources hits 12 metres at 4.32 g/t gold from surface at Windalah to further enhance Bryah Basin potential  

Proactive

Follow-up drilling will be required to test the extent of gold at Windalah and planning is underway to get back drilling as soon as practicable.

 
    Bryah Resources adds to Bryah Basin manganese JV potential with more high-grade results  

Proactive

The drilling program at Horseshoe South was focused on testing for extensions of manganese mineralisation intersected in drilling programs completed in 2019, as well as from previous exploration.

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has received further high-grade manganese results from drilling at Horseshoe South deposit within the Bryah Basin JV in WA.

The JV has released the second set of results from recent reverse circulation (RC) drilling in the Main and Extended Pits at the historical Horseshoe South mine.

 
    Element 25 says finance a breeze  

Mining News

There's not lot of manganese exploration going on in Australia - an OM Holdings and Bryah Resources joint venture and a Mineral Resources-Resource Development Group tie-up being notable exceptions.

 
    Bryah shares surge on high-grade discovery  

Business News

Shares in Bryah Resources were trading as much as 50 per cent higher today after the Perth-based explorer reported recent drill results at its manganese project in Western Australia.

Bryah today announced the first set of results for its recent reverse circulation (RC) drill program at the Bryah Basin project, located approximately 150 kilometres north of Meekatharra.

The drilling results included grades of above 30 per cent manganese, which the company said would support a direct shipping operation.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) discovers potential shipping-grade manganese zone  

The Market Herald

  • Metals explorer Bryah Resources (BYH) has discovered zones of potentially shipping-grade manganese at the Bryah Basin in central WA
  • A recent program of reverse circulation (RC) drilling across four prospects was aimed at new discoveries, and extending known mineralised zones
  • The promising new results come from the Black Hill and Brumby Creek prospects, with extensions to high-grade, shallow manganese mineralisation
  • Bryah has a significant amount of permitting and environmental work to do, though the company is hoping to fast-track applications for Brumby Creek and Black Hill
  • The company will lodge mining lease applications once the supporting documentation is completed
  • Joint venture partner OMM is likely to spend $2 million for further exploration as part of the farm-in agreement to gain a 51 per cent stake of the Bryah Basin project
  • Bryah Resources is up 42.9 per cent today, with shares trading for six cents each, while OMM shares are up 4.1 per cent to 38 cents each
 
    Bryah Discovers High-Grade Manganese Zone  

Small Cap Insider

Bryah Resources Ltd (“Bryah”) has announced the first set of results of its recent reverse circulation (RC) drilling program at its Bryah Basin project (90% owned), which is located approximately 150 km north of the town of Meekatharra in central Western Australia.

 
    10 at 10: These ASX stocks are shooting hoops this morning  

Stockhead

Meanwhile in resources, manganese play Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) rose off the back of solid drilling results.

 
    Manganese has been on a tear and this junior’s DSO plans just received a shot in the arm  

Stockhead

This year is looking increasingly like a good one for manganese plays with prices rising 50 per cent since the middle of March to $US6.02 ($9.17) per dry metric tonne unit, or about 10kg.

While prices had softened due to the COVID-19 pandemic after a steady recovery earlier this year, a subsequent national lockdown in South Africa — the largest producer of manganese globally — sent the metal flying.

 
    Bryah Resources confirms high-grade mineralisation at Bryah Basin manganese project  

Small Caps

Assays from a reverse circulation drilling campaign by Bryah Resources (ASX: BYH) at the Bryah Basin manganese project in WA’s northwest have confirmed the discovery of a high-grade zone of mineralisation with potential to support a near-term direct shipping production strategy.

The campaign aimed to test for extensions of high-grade manganese intersected at the Black Hill, Brumby Creek and Horseshoe South targets in 2019.

It also included initial drill testing of the nearby Mount Labouchere prospect.

 
    Bryah Resources Share Price Gets a 30% Boost on Results (ASX:BYH)  

The Rum Rebellion

The Bryah Resources Ltd [ASX:BYH] share price is up today by 30.95%. At time of writing, shares are trading at $0.055, up from $0.042 the day before.

Bryah Resources is a mineral exploration company based in Perth, focusing on high-grade copper, gold and manganese. They have two projects: the Bryah Basin and the Gabanintha project, both located in Western Australia.

 
    Bryah Resources surges on discovery of potential direct shipping grade manganese  

Proactive

Drilling at the Brumby Creek and Black Hill prospects in the Bryah Basin JV has returned shallow high-grade manganese.

 
    Bryah Resources updates on strong progress being made in WA’s Bryah Basin  

Proactive

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) is making strong progress with its gold projects and manganese JV interests in Western Australia’s prolific Bryah Basin.

The company’s managing director Neil Marston discusses this progress with Proactive’s Andrew Scott.

An RC gold exploration drilling campaign has just been completed at the Windalah prospect and the company earlier this year completed a resource estimate for 42,500 ounces of gold at Tumbulgum South.

The JV with OM Holdings Limited (ASX:OMH) has also recently completed a manganese drilling program at the Bryah Basin Manganese JV.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) completes drilling program at Windalah using Govt. funding  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has completed a drilling program at Windalah Gold-Copper Prospect using some of its government funding
  • The company received $38,000 from the Australian Government under its Cash Flow Boost Scheme to support small to medium-size businesses
  • The drilling program is to test for shallow extensions of the zones of high-grade gold mineralisation intersected by the 2018 drilling program
  • Samples from this drilling program will be delivered to Perth for laboratory analysis shortly, with results expected over the coming weeks
  • Bryah is down 9.09 per cent on the market this afternoon, selling shares for three cents each

 

 
    Bryah puts cash flow boost to work  

Australia's Mining Monthly [subscription]

EXPLORER Bryah Resources has put a $38,000 government support payment straight into the ground to fund a short gold exploration drilling program at the Windalah gold-copper prospect near Meekatharra in Western Australia’s Murchison.

 
    Bryah Resources completes gold exploration drilling program at Windalah in Bryah Basin  

Proactive

With a drill rig already on site, the decision to extend the program to test the Windalah Gold-Copper prospect with some shallow holes was quickly taken.

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has completed a reverse circulation (RC) gold exploration drilling program at the Windalah Gold-Copper Prospect in Western Australia's prolific Bryah Basin.

The 210-metre RC program tested for shallow extensions of high-grade gold intersected in previous drilling at the Windalah prospect, which is around 150 kilometres north of Meekatharra, in 2018.

 
    Bryah Resources completes manganese drilling at Bryah Basin Joint Venture  

Proactive

The drilling program was finalised at no cost to Bryah under the Bryah Basin Joint Venture Agreement.

The reverse circulation (RC) drilling program of 1,679 metres was focused on testing for extensions of high-grade manganese mineralisation intersected in drilling programs completed in 2019.

Follow-up drilling was completed at the Horseshoe South mine, Brumby Creek and Black Hill prospects, and first-pass drilling at the Mount Labouchere prospect.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) completes drilling program at Bryah Basin Manganese JV Project  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has completed its manganese drilling program at its Bryah Basin Manganese Joint Venture Project in Western Australia
  • Drilling has now been completed at the Horseshoe South mine, and the Brumby Creek, Black Hill, and Mount Labouchere prospects
  • This drilling program focused on testing for extensions of manganese mineralisation that was identified in 2019
  • Samples will be taken to a laboratory for analysis and results are expected in the upcoming weeks
  • Bryah is up a steady 17.9 per cent and shares are currently trading for 3.3 cents each
 
    Bryah Resources has drill spinning at Bryah Basin JV targeting high-grade manganese  

Proactive

Following receipt last week of a $250,000 project expenditure payment from OM (Manganese) Ltd, the drilling program is fully funded and will be completed at no cost to BYH.

 
    Bryah Resources to drill high-grade manganese targets after receiving OM Manganese funds  

Proactive

Funds have been received as part of an ongoing commitment under the Bryah Basin Joint Venture Agreement and will be used to test for extensions of high-grade manganese.

 
    Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) reaches 90pc gold recovery at Tumblegum South  

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has announced an average gold recovery rate of 90 per cent from its Tumblegum South Gold-Copper Prospect
  • Tumblegum South is part of the company's Gabanintha Project which lies 40 kilometres south of Meekatharra in Western Australia
  • Approximately 20 samples were taken to a laboratory in Perth to test for gold recovery by cyanide leaching
  • This program returned samples ranging from 0.35 to 27.46 grammes per tonne gold
  • Bryah's share price remained steady all day and shares closed at 2.6 cents

 

 
    Bryah Resources tests produce positive results with 90% average gold recovery at Tumblegum South  

Proactive

The company is in ongoing discussions to monetise the Tumblegum South Gold-Copper prospect given its near-term development potential.

 
    Bryah Resources Responds to Market Volatility With Gold-Copper Drilling Suspension  

Proactive

Bryah Resources Ltd has responded to market volatility, announcing the suspension of gold-copper drilling and the reduction of administrative costs.

Last week the company commenced a drilling program at various gold-copper prospects at the Bryah Basin Project, in central Western Australia, but in light of on-going market sentiment in respect to junior resource companies, and the expected difficulty in accessing additional capital to fund early stage exploration in the short term, the board has decided to suspend the drilling program early.

 
    Bryah Toasts Investor Rush to Gold as New Drilling Campaign Near Meekatharra Begins [Subscription]  

Kalgoorlie Miner

Bryah toasts investor rush to gold as new drilling campaign near Meekatharra begins.

 
    Bryah Toasts Investor Rush to Gold as New Drilling Campaign Near Meekatharra Begins [Subscription]  

The Geraldton Guardian

Bryah toasts investor rush to gold as new drilling campaign near Meekatharra begins.

 
    Bryah Resources Testing for Copper-Gold in Drilling at Bryah Basin Project Prospects  

Proactive

Bryah Resources Ltd has an aircore drilling program underway testing for gold-copper at various prospects within the Bryah Basin Project in central Western Australia.

The 5,000-metre program which began on Tuesday is expected to take 2-3 weeks to complete.

 
    Bryah's Exploratory Aircore Drilling Programme Set to Commence  

GeoDrilling International

Bryah Resources Limited is set commence a 5,000m aircore (AC) drilling programme at various prospects at its Bryah Basin Project located in central Western Australia. It will be the first phase of drilling in the Bryah Basin that the company plans to undertake between March and June 2020.

The programmes are a continuation of extensive exploration and target generation work undertaken by the company since 2017. The aim of the AC drilling programme is to test the large geochemical anomaly located at Windalah East, and test for extensions to gold mineralisation intersected in previous drilling programmes at the Jupiter and Mars Prospects.

 
    Bryah Resources Plans 5000 Metre Drilling Program at Bryah Basin  

The Market Herald

Bryah Resources is planning to begin a 5000 metre aircore (AC) drilling program at its Bryah Basin Project in Western Australia.

The aim of the AC drilling program is to test the large geochemical anomaly located at Windalah East, and test for extensions to gold mineralisation intersected in previous drilling programs at the Jupiter and Mars Prospects.

 
    ASX Gold News  

Stockhead

Bryah Resources will kick off a 5,000m aircore drilling program next week to test a geotechnical anomaly with volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) potential at the Windalah East prospect in Bryah Basin, WA.

It will also follow-up on high-grade hits at the Jupiter and Mars prospects, including 9m at 10.32g/t gold (Jupiter) and 12m at 2g/t (Mars).

 
    Bryah Resources to Kick off 5,000-Metre Drill Program  

Proactive

Bryah Resources Ltd plans to commence a 5,000-metre aircore drilling program next week at its Bryah Basin Project in Western Australia.

The programs are a continuation of extensive exploration and target generation work undertaken by the company since 2017.

 
    Explorers Podcast: The Keys to Bryah Resources’ Portfolio and Exploration Upside  

Stockhead

In this episode Barry chats with Neil Marston, managing director of Bryah Resources.

Bryah is a Perth-based mineral exploration company with a focus on exploration for high-grade copper-gold and manganese resources. The company is actively exploring the Bryah Basin and Gabanintha projects located in central Western Australia.

 
    Bryah Resources Strikes Manganese Deal with Singaporean Powerhouse  

The ASIA Miner

A manganese joint venture between a Singapore-based miner and an Australian explorer has increased the chances of a new manganese discovery.

The unexpected agreement between a subsidiary of Singapore’s OM Holdings (OMH) and Australian Bryah Resources – a junior explorer probing the central Western Australian outback – has opened the door to the potential of new source of manganese supply.

 
    Bryah Resources Chairman Buys Shares On-Market  

Proactive

Bryah Resources Ltd non-executive chairman Ian Stuart has purchased 70,220 shares in the company through on-market trades.

The $3,034 purchase increased his total holdings in the company to 978,553 shares.

 
    Video: Bryah Resources' Maiden Tumblegum South Gold Resource an "Excellent Outcome"  

Proactive

Bryah Resources chief executive officer and managing director Neil Marston updates Proactive on the completion of a maiden gold mineral resource estimate at Tumblegum South Gold-Copper Prospect within the Gabanintha Project.

The estimate delivers an inferred mineral resource of 600,000 tonnes at 2.2 g/t for 42,500 ounces, which the CEO said was an "excellent outcome" for the company.

 
    Bryah Resources Completes Maiden Gold Estimation at Gabanintha  

GeoDrilling International

Bryah Resources Ltd has completed the maiden mineral resource estimation at the Tumblegum South gold-copper prospect, located within its Gabanintha project, approximately 40km south of the town of Meekatharra in central Western Australia.

The Inferred mineral resource is 600,000t @ 2.2g/t Au for 42,500oz gold using a cut-off grade of 0.3g/t Au.

 
    Bryah Resources Eyes Tumblegum South Sale to Help Fund Copper-Gold Drive  

S&P Global Market Intelligence

Bryah Resources Ltd. is looking to sell its Tumblegum South gold-copper prospect in Western Australia to nearby mill owners, potentially including Westgold Resources Ltd. or Monument Mining Ltd., among others, now that it has a maiden mineral resource estimate.

Bryah said Jan. 29 that it had identified multiple mineralized zones at Tumblegum South, including five lodes used in estimating an inferred mineral resource of 600,000 tonnes at 2.2 g/t gold for 42,500 ounces of gold, based on 49 reverse circulation drill holes for 5,640 meters.

 
    Bryah Resources Posts Maiden Gold Resource for Tumblegum South  

Proactive

Bryah Resources Ltd has delivered a maiden resource of 42,500 ounces grading 2.2 g/t gold at its Tumblegum South Gold-Copper Prospect within its Gabanintha Project, WA.

The company is now proceeding with a mining lease application and has commenced a formal process to monetise the prospect given its near-term development potential.

 
    Bryah Reveals Maiden Tumblegum South Copper-Gold Numbers  

The Assay

Bryah Resources Limited has completed the maiden mineral resource estimation at the Tumblegum South Gold-Copper Prospect, located within its Gabanintha Project, near Meekatharra in central Western Australia.

Managing Director, Neil Marston said estimation studies had produced a robust Inferred Mineral Resource of 600,000 tonnes @ 2.2 g/t Au for 42,500 ounces gold using a cut- off grade of 0.3g/t Au.

 
    Could 2020 Be a Stronger Year for Manganese Stocks?  

Stockhead

There are only a handful of ASX-listed companies in the manganese game.

Over the past 12 months over half the nine stocks on Stockhead’s watchlist lost ground, with the biggest loser being OM Holdings, which wiped off 61 per cent.

But so far in 2020 all but one have remained steady or made gains. Topping the list is manganese explorer Bryah Resources with a 23 per cent gain so far this year.

 
    Bryah Resources Well Positioned to Explore 2020 Projects  

The Market Herald

Bryah Resources has reported its quarterly report for the period ending on December 31, 2019.

 
    Bryah Resources Well-Placed to Maintain Exploration Momentum in 2020  

Proactive

Bryah Resources Ltd’s December quarter has placed the company in a strong position to maintain exploration momentum at its Western Australian projects.

Work is ongoing at the Gabanintha project, including Tumblegum South Gold-Copper Prospect, and at Bryah Basin project as well as at the Bryah Basin Manganese Joint Venture with OM (Manganese) Limited (OMM).

 
    Bryah Resources Assays Show Gold and Copper at Tumblegum South  

Proactive

Bryah Resources has received assay results from its Tumblegum South Gold-Copper Prospect within its Gabanintha Project in Western Australia.

Highlights feature 4 metres at 7.83 g/t gold and 0.23% copper from 119 metres including 1-metre at 30.24 g/t gold and 0.39% copper.

 
    Stocks to Watch: December  

Mining News

Bryah Resources is planning to release a maiden resource for the Tumblegum South gold-copper project near Meekatharra.

 
    Bryah’s Golden Plans at Gabanintha  

Australian Mining

Bryah Resources has revealed optimism for its multi-commodity approach after announcing high-grade findings at the Gabanintha project in Western Australia this month.

The company’s positivity follows a drilling program that produced samples of gold exceeding 30 grams/tonne, validating a 2017 program at the Tumblegum South gold prospect.

 
    Bryah Pursues Multi-Commodity Focus  

Mining News

Bryah Resources is not “just a one trick pony”, and is being somewhat commodity agnostic as it pursues monetisation of its gold and manganese projects with the aim of generating its first income within 12-18 months, all while looking for a big copper-gold deposit in the Bryah Basin, managing director Neil Marston told shareholders today.

 
    Bryah Resources Achieves 30 g/t Gold Grade at Gabanintha as It Prepares Debut Resource  

Proactive

Bryah Resources Ltd will seek a mining licence for its Tumblegum South prospect at Gabanintha Gold-Copper Project after the prospect returned gold grades of up to 30.24 g/t.

The company has been drilling a 16-hole program at the project 40 kilometres south of Meekatharra and expects to release an initial mineral resource for the prospect in the coming weeks.

 
    Bryah Resources Expands Footprint in the Basin  

The Asia Miner

Bryah Resources has significantly increased its land holding at its flagship Bryah Basin Project in Western Australia. The newly acquired tenements are located on the western side of the Padbury and Bryah Basins.

Approximately 255 squared kilometres of highly prospective ground has been secured by the recent grant of two new exploration licences (E52/3700 and E52/3726) and the application for a further three exploration licences (E52/3703, E52/3725 and E52/3739). The two newly granted tenements cover a total of 83 kilometres and the applications cover a further 172 kilometres.

 
    Bryah Expands in Western Australia  

MINING.com

Bryah Resources has increased its landholding at its flagship Bryah Basin project in Western Australia.

In a press release, the miner said that the newly acquired tenements are located on the western side of the Padbury and Bryah Basins.

 
    Bryah Resources Expands Bryah Basin Footprint with New Areas Prospective for Gold and Copper-Gold  

Proactive

Bryah Resources Limited has expanded its landholding by securing additional tenements prospective for gold and copper-gold mineralisation at the flagship Bryah Basin Project in central Western Australia.

The company has been granted two new exploration licences with three further exploration licence applications lodged for a total area of around 255 square kilometres on the western side of the Padbury and Bryah basins.

 
    Bryah Resources expands Bryah Basin footprint with new areas prospective for gold and copper-gold  

EIN News

Two exploration licences have been granted and three exploration licences have been lodged in the highly prospective and under-explored western Bryah and Padbury basins. Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has expanded its landholding by securing additionals tenements prospective for gold and copper-gold mineralisation at the flagship Bryah Basin Project in central Western Australia.

 
    Bryah Resources Completes Drilling at Tumblegum South, Gold Assays Pending  

Proactive Investors

The 16-hole program aims to define a JORC resource at the Tumblegum South gold prospect.

 
    Bryah Hits the Drills at Gabanintha  

The Asia Miner

Bryah Resources has commenced drilling at the high-grade Tumblegum South gold project located within its Gabanintha project in central Western Australia.

Through recent 3D modelling, the Company has identified potential opportunities to extend existing zoned of gold mineralisation.

 
    Bryah Resources Board Members Acquire Shares  

Proactive Investors

The board members acquired the shares via the recent share placement that raised $2.0 million.

 
    Bryah Resources Begins Gravity Survey over Windalah Gold Copper Prospect  

Proactive

Bryah Resources Ltd has begun a gravity survey at Windalah Gold-Copper prospect within its flagship Bryah Basin Project in central Western Australia.

The 1,100-point gravity survey is being done on a 100-metre by 50-metre grid over the prospect where a reverse circulation (RC) drilling program in 2018 identified high-grade gold mineralisation up to 6.69 g/t.

 
    Bryah Resources Commences Drilling at Gold Prospect  

Proactive

Bryah Resources has commenced a 1,500-metre drill program at its high-grade Tumblegum South Gold Prospect within its Gabanintha Project in Western Australia.

The 16-hole reverse circulation (RC) program will test potential extensions to known high-grade gold mineralisation.

 
    Bryah Resources Completes $2 Million Capital Raising  

Proactive

Bryah Resources managing director Neil Marston updates Proactive on the completion of a $2 million capital raising with Hartley’s Limited as lead manager.

The placement has been strongly supported by new investors as well as from a number of existing shareholders.

 
    Bryah Raises Drilling Funding  

Creamer Media's Mining Weekly

ASX-listed junior Bryah Resources has raised A$2-million through a share placement to fund gold and copper drilling at its Bryah Basin prospect, as well as the Gabanintha project, in Western Australia.

More than 33.33-million new shares were issued, at a price of 6c each.

 
    Bryah Teams up with OMM to Boost Manganese Drilling Program  

Kalgoorlie Miner

A Mid West-focused exploration junior has signed a multimillion-dollar joint venture deal with a Singaporean metals company to boost its manganese drilling program in the Bryah Basin, north of Meekatharra. OM Holdings subsidiary OMM has secured a 10 per cent interest in Bryah Resources’ manganese resources through a $1 million initial investment.

 
    Bryah Resources Receives OM Holdings’ Exercise Fee, Manganese JV Official  

Small Caps

Bryah Resources has received OM Holdings’ $250,000 exercise fee – making the progression of the duo’s manganese joint venture official and giving OM a 10% stake in the Bryah Basin project’s manganese rights. OM and Bryah agreed to the joint venture in April this year, with OM spending $500,000 on exploration between April and mid-August.

 
    Capital Watch: Gateway, Saturn and More  

MiningNews.net

GOLD explorers lead this week’s raisings, with several seeking more than A$3 million each. Explorer Bryah Resources has secured commitments to raise $2 million at 6c per share.

 
    Bryah Resources Cashed-Up to Pursue Gold and Copper Exploration  

Small Caps

A day after reporting the manganese joint venture with OM Holdings was going ahead, Bryah Resources has topped up its cash reserves to pursue its gold and copper strategy at its Bryah Basin and Gabanintha projects in Western Australia.

 
    Bryah Resources Ltd Welcomes OM Holdings’ Commitment to Bryah Basin Manganese JV  

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources Ltd welcomes OMM Manganese Ltd (OMM) as a partner in the Bryah Basin Manganese Joint Venture (JV) and its commitment to provide up to $6.5 million to earn up to a 70% interest in the manganese rights. Under the terms of a farm-in and JV agreement, OMM has agreed to pay $250,000 cash to Bryah as an exercise fee by August 30 for an initial 10% interest and will fund the next $2 million of JV expenditure to increase its interest from 10% to 51%.

 
    OM Holdings and Bryah Resources Proceed with Manganese Joint Venture  

Small Caps

Bryah Resources revealed this morning that OM Holdings has committed to manganese joint venture and the next phase of manganese exploration at the Bryah Basin project in Western Australia. OM will now pay Bryah a $250,000 exercise fee to secure its initial 10% interest in the project’s manganese rights.

 
    Video: Bryah Resources Receives Commitment from OM Holdings on Bryah Basin Manganese Joint Venture  

Small Caps

Bryah Resources managing director Neil Marston discusses the latest company news with its joint venture with OM Holdings along with its plans for exploration of manganese, copper and gold.

 
    Bryah Resources in Trading Halt Ahead of Capital Raising News  

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources Ltd is in trading halt pending capital raising news. The trading halt will remain in place until the beginning of trade on Monday August 26 or when an announcement is made to market – whichever occurs earliest.

 
    Bryah Resources Extends High-Grade Manganese Mineralisation in RC Drilling at Horseshoe South  

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources Ltd has identified further high-grade manganese mineralisation in phase-two reverse circulation (RC) drilling within the Main Pit area at its Horseshoe South Manganese Mine in Western Australia. The 83-hole, 2,081-metre program was funded by a subsidiary of manganese specialist OM Holdings Limited under a $7.3 million farm-in and joint venture agreement signed in April.

 
    Bryah Resources Extends Known Manganese Mineralisation at Historic Horseshoe South Mine  

Small Caps

Bryah Resources’ has extended known manganese mineralisation at the Horseshoe South prospect within its Bryah Basin project in Western Australia. The company has now received assays from the phase two reverse circulation program completed at Horseshoe South, which included a series of holes drilled into the main pit.

 
    Bryah Resources Pursues Gold-Copper at Gabanintha After Modelling Reveals Opportunities  

Small Caps

With a manganese joint venture imminent at Bryah Basin, Bryah Resources is pursuing gold and copper at the Gabanintha project where previous drilling unearthed 32.18 grams per tonne gold. After completing 3D modelling of previous drilling at the project’s Tumblegum South prospect, Bryah has identified the potential for further gold and copper discoveries.

 
    Bryah Resources to Drill Gold-Copper Targets at Gabanintha  

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources Ltd is preparing a 1,500-metre RC drill program at its high-grade Tumblegum South gold-copper prospect within its Gabanintha Project in Western Australia. Drilling will begin in September and be based off 3D modelling which has identified potential opportunities to extend existing zones of gold-copper mineralisation at Tumblegum South.

 
    Video: Company News and Bryah Basin Manganese Project  

Small Caps

Bryah Resources managing director Neil Marston discusses the latest news from the company's manganese project in the Bryah Basin, joint venture with OM Holdings and plans for copper and gold exploration.

 
    Bryah Resources, OMH Complete Stage One Manganese Exploration, Planning for Next Stage Underway  

Small Caps

Bryah Resources and OM Holdings, the duo exploring the manganese potential of land within Western Australia’s Bryah Basin, are set to make their joint venture official following the completion of a stage one exploration program. The companies have been paired up since April, when manganese miner and processor OM agreed to spend $7.3 million on manganese exploration across Bryah’s 660sq km project to earn up to 70% of the manganese rights.

 
    Bryah Resources Completes Stage-One Exploration, OM Manganese Ltd to Form JV Through Second-Stage Commitment  

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources Ltd and OM Manganese Ltd have completed stage-one exploration activities on manganese assets within the Bryah Basin in central Western Australia. Having spent $500,000 on drilling since May 2019, OM Manganese is now required to elect to commit to stage two and form a joint venture (JV) with Bryah Resources within two weeks.

 
    Battery Metals: In Other ASX Battery Metals News  

Stockhead

Bryah Resources has uncovered direct shipping ore (DSO) manganese grades of up to 42 per cent from surface at its Black Hill prospect in the Bryah Basin region of WA. DSO refers to minerals that require only simple crushing before they are exported, which keeps costs low.

“These results demonstrate the growing potential for Bryah Resources to make additional manganese discoveries in the Bryah Basin as it has about 60km of the manganiferous Horseshoe Formation under its control,” managing director Neil Marston said.

 
    Mining Briefs: Gulf, Myanmar and More  

Mining News

In today's Mining Briefs: Gulf’s Timor investment; security offers no DFS delay in Myanmar; Barra advances Burbanks; King River looking for treasure at Tennent Creek; Jindalee expands drilling; Bryah’s Black Hill success; Galena’s second payday; Peninsula gets key approval; and Orion welcomes new BEE partner.

 
    Bryah Resources Unearths up to 42% Manganese at Black Hill  

Small Caps

Bryah Resources has continued its run of positive manganese results revealing this morning it has intersected up to 42% manganese at the Black Hill prospect within its Bryah Basin project in Western Australia. Assays have been received from drilling at Black Hill and Black Caviar prospects, with the high-grade manganese uncovered at Black Hill believed to be direct shipping ore grades.

 
    Video: Bryah Resources Identifies More Manganese at Brumby Creek in Bryah Basin  

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources Ltd managing director Neil Marston updates Proactive Investors on the identification of further manganese mineralisation at Brumby Creek prospect within the flagship Bryah Basin project in WA.

 
    Bryah Resources Drills 42% Manganese in Second Phase of Drilling  

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources has received more assay results from its second phase of drilling at the Black Hill and Black Caviar prospects within the flagship Bryah Basin Project in WA. Results from this batch of 16 holes features 6 metres at 38.1% manganese at Black Hill and 4 metres at 32.9% manganese at Black Caviar.

 
    More Manganese Discoveries for Bryah Resources’ at Bryah Basin Project  

Small Caps

Manganese has been discovered along strike from Bryah Resources’ Brumby Creek prospect, which is part of the company’s flagship Bryah Basin project in Western Australia. The manganese mineralisation was intersected from surface about 1km to the south of Brumby Creek.

 
    Bryah Resources Drilling Extends Manganese Zone at Brumby Creek  

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources Ltd has received significant manganese results from the second phase of exploration drilling within the Bryah Basin in central Western Australia. A total of 83 holes for 2,081 metres of reverse circulation (RC) drilling was completed at four sites; the Brumby Creek, Black Hill and Black Caviar Prospects and the historic Horseshoe South Manganese mine.

 
    Stocks to Watch  

9Finance

Bryah Resources - up one cent, or 14.3 per cent, to eight cents. The junior miner has identified a significant manganese exploration project in the Bryah Basin in central WA.

 
    Bryah Resources Unlocks More Manganese Potential at Bryah Basin Project with Black Beauty  

Small Caps

Bryah Resources has unlocked even more manganese potential at its Bryah Basin project after identifying “significant” areas of outcropping manganese at the Black Beauty prospect which is in proximity to two historic mines. A recent ground mapping program has uncovered 300m by 300m of outcropping manganese at the prospect.

The mapping program followed up on rock chip sampling that was carried out last year, with six out of 12 samples assaying above 30% manganese including a peak of 39.9% manganese.

 
    Bryah Resources Maps More Outcropping Manganese Grading up to 39.9%  

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources Ltd has identified outcropping manganese at the Black Beauty Prospect within its Bryah Basin Project in Western Australia. Outcropping manganese has been mapped over a 300x300 metre area and assays from 12 rock chip samples revealed grades of up to 39.9% manganese.

Black Beauty is located 300 metres east of the Horseshoe North manganese mine and 1.5 kilometres north of the historical Horseshoe South manganese mine.

 
    Bryah Resources Puts Its Foot on yet Another Manganese Prospect, Shares Rocket  

Stockhead

Junior explorer Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) has found even more manganese just 5km from its Horseshoe South manganese mine in the Bryah Basin of Western Australia. The news sent shares up 25 per cent to 8c on Friday morning. Bryah’s share price has rocketed 43 per cent in the past two days on solid manganese results.

Rock chip samples indicate that the manganese outcrops for a distance of about 500m. Fifteen of the 35 samples recorded grades between 20 and 30 per cent manganese, with the highest returning a high grade of 41.3 per cent.

 
    Bryah Resources Discovers New Outcropping High-Grade Manganese Target  

Mining Capital

Bryah Resources Ltd has identified another manganese exploration target, the Cheval Prospect, within the Bryah Basin Project in central Western Australia.

Ground mapping and rock chip sampling discovered the Cheval Prospect which is located 5 kilometres from the historical Horseshoe South Manganese Mine. Manganese outcrops at the Cheval Prospect have been mapped for about 500 metres in length, with 35 rock chip samples collected for multi-element analysis.

 
    Bryah Resources Discovers Cheval Manganese Prospect at Bryah Basin Project  

Small Caps

Fresh after revealing it had intersected ‘significant’ manganese, Bryah Resources has discovered a new manganese prospect at the Bryah Basin project in central Western Australia. The new prospect known as Cheval is 5km north-west of the project’s historic Horseshoe South mine.

 
    Mining Briefs: FYI, Red 5 and More  

MiningNews.net

In today's Mining Briefs: FYI HPA ML OK; King of the Hills growth likely for Red 5; Emmerson hits more bonanza grades; Bryah and OM make discovery; Also extends Vanguard; and Adriatic appoints advisor.

 
    Bryah Resources Reveals Substantial Manganese Results  

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources Ltd managing director Neil Marston updates Proactive Investors on recent manganese results obtained from drilling at its Brumby Creek prospect in WA.

Marston notes drilling hit mineralisation at surface and just under the surface with widths of up to 15 metres and manganese grades in the mid 20% range with highs over 30%. “It’s looking like a fresh discovery for us and has confirmed what we thought was good potential for that area to yield some tonnes,” he says.

 
    Bryah Resources Unearths ‘Significant’ Manganese at Horseshoe South and Brumby Creek  

Small Caps

Bryah Resources has unearthed “significant” manganese during shallow drilling at the Bryah Basin project, with assays returning up to 42.2% manganese.

Highlight results from Brumby Creek were 15m at 26.2% manganese from 3m, including 2m at 33.5% manganese; 10m at 22.6% manganese from 1m, including 2m at 30.3% manganese; and 8m at 24.1% manganese, including 2m at 31% manganese.

 
    Bryah Resources Commences Follow-Up Drill Program at Manganese Project  

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has commenced a follow-up drill program at its Bryah Basin Manganese Project in Western Australia. Drilling follows the 122 holes for 3,062 metres completed in May 2019 across four locations - Horseshoe South mine, Brumby Creek, Devils Hill, Black Cat.

 
    Bryah Resources and OM Holdings Get Started on Next Round of Manganese Drilling at Bryah Basin  

Small Caps

Bryah Resources (ASX: BYH) and its joint venture partner OM Holdings (ASX: OMH) have kicked off the next round of manganese drilling at the Bryah Basin manganese project in central Western Australia.

In this latest round, 2,000m of follow up drilling will be completed at the Horseshoe South mine, as well as Brumby Creek, Devils Hill and Black Caviar prospects.

This round of drilling is scheduled to finish by the end of June.

 
    Bryah Resources Completes First Phase of JV Drilling at Bryah Basin Manganese Project  

Small Caps

Perth-based exploration company Bryah Resources (ASX: BYH) has completed the first phase of manganese exploration drilling at its Bryah Basin project in central Western Australia, under a $7.3 million joint venture agreement signed in April with OM Holdings (ASX: OMH).

The agreement applies to approximately 660 square kilometres of the Bryah’s landholding in the basin, including the historic Horseshoe South manganese mine.

 
    Bryah Resources Concludes Stage 1 of Drilling Programme at Bryah Basin  

Kalkine Media

Today, on 30 May 2019, Bryah Resources (ASX: BYH) announced that the Stage 1 of manganese exploration drilling within the Bryah Basin in central Western Australia had been completed. The drilling work had commenced earlier this month (as reported on 7 May 2019).

Bryah Resources is managing the drill programme and the funding is being extended by OM Manganese Limited (OMM) as per the recently executed AU$ 7.3-million Manganese Farm-In and Joint Venture agreement between Bryah and OMM, a subsidiary (100%-owned) of OM Holdings Limited (ASX: OMH). Pursuant to the terms of the agreement, OMM is providing $500,000 of the manganese exploration until 30 June 2019.

 
    Bryah Resources Completes Initial Manganese Drilling Program at Bryah Basin  

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has successfully completed the first phase of manganese exploration drilling within the Bryah Basin in central Western Australia.

The drilling program is being managed by Bryah and funded by OM (Manganese) Ltd (OMM) under the recently announced $7.3 million agreement between Bryah and OMM, a wholly owned subsidiary of OM Holdings Ltd (ASX:OMH).

 
    Looking Back on a 30 Year Career in Mining  

Australian Explorers

More than three decades ago Dane Sorensen took a chance on mining and it paid off, now he hopes to inspire the next generation of Australian explorers.

Having primarily worked with junior miners like Bryah Resources in recent years, Dane said he enjoyed the open communication they offered. “Smaller companies are personable, you’re talking to the directors and the managers more directly so always have a good idea of what’s going on,” he said.

While its workers benefit from engagement with junior explorers, Dane said he had seen first-hand the importance of junior explorers to the industry as a whole.

 
    Bryah Resources begins Stage 1 drilling at the Horseshoe South Post OM Holdings Ltd JV  

Kalkine Media

Bryah resources Limited (ASX: BYH), a metal and mineral explorer, announced on 7th May 2019 that the company started the drilling activity at the historic Horseshoe South manganese mine within the Bryah Basin in central Western Australia. The company recently signed a $7.3 million manganese Farm-In and Joint Venture deal with OM Holdings Limited (ASX: OMH) and moved towards the drilling on priority targets at the prospect.

The Joint Venture includes a Stage 1 project expenditure of $500,000 to undertake to drill, and the company commenced it before the deadline of 30th June 2019 and started the drilling of a minimum of 3,000 metres at the prospect.

 
    Bryah Resources and OM Holdings begin drilling at Horseshoe South manganese mine  

Small Caps

New exploration duo Bryah Resources (ASX: BYH) and OM Holdings (ASX: OMH) have kicked off a drilling program at the historic Horseshoe South manganese mine in central Western Australia’s Bryah Basin.

The campaign follows a farm-in and joint venture deal inked by the pair late last month, which involves OM Holdings earning up to 70% of Bryah’s manganese rights at the Bryah Basin project.

 
    Bryah Resources begins drilling at Horseshoe South manganese mine, shares rise  

Proactive Investors

Bryah has moved quickly to commence drilling following the signing of a $7.3 million manganese farm-in deal with OM Holdings.

Bryah Resources Ltd's (ASX:BYH) shares are trading about 8% higher intra-day after commencing its program of manganese drilling at the historical Horseshoe South manganese mine within the Bryah Basin in central Western Australia.

 
    Manganese Farm-In/JV Agreement with OM Holdings Limited  

Boardroom Media

Managing Director, Neil Marston, interviewed by Boardroom Media

 
    Bryah Completes Manganese Mine Purchase  

Investing News

Bryah Resources Limited (ASX:BYH) has announced it has completed the acquisition of the historic Horseshoe South manganese mine in Western Australia.

The company is pleased to advise that it has completed the purchase for a total consideration of AU$340,000, being a cash payment of AU$170,000 and the issue of ordinary shares to the value of AU$170,000. A total of 2,615,385 new shares have been issued to the vendor, Peak Hill manganese Pty Limited, at AU$0.065 per share as determined under the option agreements.

 
    Bryah Resources Updates On Purchase Of Horseshoe South Manganese Mine And Quarterly Results  

Kalkine Media

Mineral Explorer, Bryah Resources Limited (ASX:BYH) made a set of announcements on 29th April 2019 regarding acquisition of historic Horseshoe South Manganese Mine and quarterly updates.

The company announced exercising options to acquire the historic Horseshoe South Manganese Mine for a total consideration of $340,000, with a cash payment of $170,000 and the issue of ordinary shares valued at $170,000 as well as rights to prospect, explore and mine manganese ore, while having Manganese Rights over a stretch of 154km2 within the Bryah Basin in central Western Australia.

 
    Bryah Resources completes purchase of historical Horseshoe South Manganese Mine  

Proactive Investors

The tenements are part of the Bryah Basin Manganese Project area, the focus of exploration under a $7.3 million manganese farm-in and JV agreement between Bryah Resources and OM Holdings.

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has exercised options to acquire the historical Horseshoe South Manganese Mine along with rights to prospect, explore, mine and develop manganese ore over a further 154 square kilometres within the Bryah Basin in central Western Australia.

 
    OMH Provides Quarterly Market Update, Reports 17.5% Drop in Ores and Alloys Transacted  

Kalkine Media

OM Holdings Limited (ASX: OMH), entered into a binding Farm-In and Joint Venture Agreement with Bryah Resources Limited for the Bryah Basin Manganese Project. Under the Farm-In and Joint Venture Agreement for the Bryah Project, OM (Manganese) Ltd had made a payment of A$0.25 million, and it has been granted an option to acquire an initial 10% interest in the Bryah Project.

 
    Weekly Review: Holidays Spur Australian Share Market to an 11-Year High  

Small Caps

A string of non-trading days helped the Australian share market to rocket to an 11-year high with a strong across the board performance. Every trading session was a winner with the market closing at the highest level since December 2007 on Friday.

Bryah Resources is set to unlock the manganese value of its Bryah Basin project after OM Holdings agreed to earn up to 70% in the project by spending $7.3 million on exploration. OM’s payments will be broken down in various stages and milestones, with the duo anticipating developing a near-term commercial manganese mine at the project.

“The execution of this agreement with the highly regarded OM Holdings Group is a game-changing event for Bryah and its shareholders,” Bryah managing director Neil Marston said. Mr Marston said the joint venture de-risked Bryah’s strategy to become a manganese miner while it firms up the copper and gold potential across its tenements.

 
    In Case You Missed It: 5 Key Stories from April 24  

Fastmarkets MB

Here are five Fastmarkets MB stories you might have missed on Wednesday April 24 that are worth another look.

OM Manganese will spend as much as Australian $7.3 million ($5.2 million) to establish a manganese ore joint venture in western Australia with copper-gold-manganese explorer Bryah Resources, Fastmarkets heard on Wednesday April 24.

 
    OM Manganese agrees to pay up to $5 mln for mineral rights jv  

Fastmarkets MB

OM Manganese will spend as much as A$7.3 million ($5.2 million) to establish a manganese ore joint venture in Western Australia with copper-gold-manganese explorer Bryah Resources. Under the agreement, OM Manganese, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Australia-listed mining and metallurgical group OM Holdings (OMH), can earn an interest in as much as 70% of the mineral rights at the Bryah Basin manganese project.

 
    Bryah signs game-changing manganese deal with OM Holding  

National Resources Review

Perth-based junior miner, Bryah Resources Limited (Bryah), has just signed an AU$7.3 Million manganese Farm-In agreement and executed a Joint Venture Agreement (Agreement) with OM Holdings Limited (OM) –  a strong player in the manganese industry.

 
    Bryah jumps on $7.3m OM farm-in deal  

The West Australian

OM Holdings has swooped on Bryah Resources, signing a $7.3 million farm-in and joint venture deal with the tiddler as it looks to replace its Bootu Creek mine in the Northern Territory.

Under the terms of the deal, OM can secure 70 per cent of Bryah’s 660sqkm landholding near Meekatharra.

Bryah will also exercise an option to buy the historic Horseshoe South manganese mine and manganese rights to a further 154sqkm of adjoining ground, which will be incorporated into the joint venture.

 
    Bryah Resources partners with OM Holdings, buys Horseshoe South Manganese Mine  

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) managing director Neil Marston updates Proactive Investors on the company's "game-changing" new joint voint venture with OM Holdings Ltd (ASX:OMH), giving Bryah the ability to earn a 51% interest in manganese mineral rights over 600 square kilometres.

Marston says the company took advantage of OMH Group’s search for new manganese ore to replace its Bootu Creek production.

He adds that exercising Bryah’s option to buy the historical Horseshoe South Manganese Mine gives it exposure to a mine that produced about one million tonnes of high grade manganese ore from 1948-1969 and 2008-2011.

 
    Bryah Resources Ltd $7.3 million manganese farm-in agreement a “game-changer”, shares up  

Proactive Investors

The company has also exercised its options to purchase the historical Horseshoe South Manganese Mine and manganese rights over adjoining ground.

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has executed a “game-changing” $7.3 million manganese farm-in agreement with OM Holdings Limited (ASX:OMH) covering manganese in the company’s Bryah Basin project.

A farm-in and joint venture agreement has been signed with OM (Manganese) Ltd (OMM), a wholly-owned subsidiary of OM Holdings, a regional leader in the manganese industry.

Shares are up almost 17% at midday to 7.6 cents.

OMH seeks new sources

Bryah’s managing director Neil Marston said: “The execution of this agreement with the highly regarded OMH Group is a game-changing event for Bryah and its shareholders.

“OMH Group has manganese mining expertise and is seeking new sources of manganese ore to replace its Bootu Creek production in the near future.”

 
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Manganese miner Bryah Resources (ASX: BYH) has done a deal with fellow manganese miner OM Holdings (ASX: OMH) to spend up to $7.3 million to earn up to a 70% interest in Bryah’s flagship West Australian project. OM has already paid a $250,000 signing fee and will have paid another $750,000 by August in an exercise fee and project expenditure.

OMH will then have to spend $2 million by 30 June 2022 to earn 51 per cent and further targets, which take the total to $7.3 million have been set with a relevant stake but without a time frame. Drilling will commence in early May. Bryah Managing Director Neil Marston has declared the deal ‘a game-changing event’ for the company.

 
    MiningNews.net - Bryah bags OM help for manganese search  

WITH a promising outlook for manganese demand, Bryah Resources has struck a A$7.3 million deal with OM Holdings under which the ASX-listed miner can earn up to 70% in Bryah’s namesake project in Western Australia, which will immediately be expanded to include 154sq.km around the Horseshoe South mine.

 
    Small Caps - Bryah Resources unlocks manganese potential at Bryah Basin with OM Holdings joint venture  

OM Holdings (ASX: OMH) will earn up to 70% of Bryah Resources’ (ASX: BYH)manganese rights at the flagship Bryah Basin project in Western Australia under a new joint venture, which paves the way for the duo to fast-track the discovery and development of a commercially mineable manganese deposit within the project.

Integrated manganese miner and processor OM Holdings will spend $7.3 million on manganese exploration across the 660 square kilometre project, which will be broken down into various milestone payments, including an already paid $250,000 signing fee.

 
    Australian Mining - Bryah jumps on manganese JV with OM Holdings  

OM Holdings has executed a manganese joint venture agreement with Bryah Resources as the latter has purchased a mining lease including the historic Horseshoe South mine in Western Australia.

Perth-based Bryah’s acquisition includes the rights to prospect, explore, mine and develop manganese ore covering a further 154 square kilometres of ground within the Bryah Basin.

 
    Mining Capital - Bryah Resources partners with OM Holdings, buys Horseshoe South Manganese Mine  

Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) managing director Neil Marston updates Proactive Investors on the company's "game-changing" new joint voint venture with OM Holdings Ltd (ASX:OMH), giving Bryah the ability to earn a 51% interest in manganese mineral rights over 600 square kilometres.

Marston says the company took advantage of OMH Group’s search for new manganese ore to replace its Bootu Creek production.

He adds that exercising Bryah’s option to buy the historical Horseshoe South Manganese Mine gives it exposure to a mine that produced about one million tonnes of high grade manganese ore from 1948-1969 and 2008-2011.

 
    Mining Weekly - Bryah ups its game with OM Holdings JV  

Perth – ASX-listed junior Bryah Resources has struck a farm-in and joint venture (JV) agreement with fellow-listed OM Holdings to hunt for manganese on the Bryah Basin project.

Under the terms of the agreement, OM will spend up to A$7.3-million to earn a 70% interest in the manganese mineral rights of the Bryah Basin project, in Western Australia.

 
    Kalkine Media - Bryah Updates On Manganese JV With OM Holdings; Stock Zoomed Up By 23%  

Bryah Resources Limited (ASX: BYH) is a metals and mining company, which is primarily focused on copper-gold-manganese. It has two projects situated in central Western Australia namely; the 200km2 Gabanintha Project and the 880 km2 Bryah Basin ProjectOn 23rd April 2019, Bryah Resources announced that it has exercised options to purchase the mining lease for the Horseshoe South Manganese Mine including the rights, with which the company can prospect, explore, mine and develop manganese ore.

 
    Mining Listings - Bryah jumps on manganese JV with OM Holdings  

OM Holdings has executed a manganese joint venture agreement with Bryah Resources as the latter has purchased a mining lease including the historic Horseshoe South mine in Western Australia.

Perth-based Bryah’s acquisition includes the rights to prospect, explore, mine and develop manganese ore covering a further 154 square kilometres of ground within the Bryah Basin.

The tenements are subject to the manganese farm-in and JV agreement between Bryah and OM Manganese, a subsidiary of OM Holdings.

 
    Compelo - Bryah Resources signs $7.3m manganese deal with OM Holdings  

Perth-based junior Bryah Resources announced that it has signed a $7.3m manganese farm-in agreement with OM Holdings.

Bryah Resources managing director Neil Marston said: “The execution of this  agreement  with the highly-regarded OMH Group is a game-changing event for Bryah and its shareholders. The OMH Group has manganese mining expertise and is seeking new sources of manganese ore to replace its Bootu Creek production in the near future.”

 
    Proactive Investors - Bryah Resources in trading halt with Bryah Basin Manganese Project JV news pending  

The company's securities will remain in a trading halt until the start of trade on Tuesday, April 23, 2019, or until an announcement is made.

 
    Proactive Investors - Bryah Resources complements copper-gold strategy with historic manganese project  

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) managing director Neil Marston updates Proactive Investors on the company’s copper-gold exploration within its Bryah Basin Project in central Western Australia.

The company has recently identified a potentially significant copper-gold anomaly the Wongawar prospect through rock chip and soil sampling, grading up 1.17 g/t gold and 693 ppm copper.

Bryah is also preparing to drill around the historic Horseshoe South Manganese Mine, with a view to generating mineral resources and beginning production in 12 months.

 
    Proactive Investors - Bryah Resources targets copper, gold and manganese in Bryah Basin  

Geologist and finance professional Ian Stuart became the company’s chairman last month.

  • Bryah Basin project is the company’s flagship project and features copper, gold and manganese
  • The prospective multi-metal Gabanintha project could bring in a return on investment from nickel and copper in ground
  • Horseshoe South Manganese Mine could be picked up down the track
 
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For Perth resident Samantha Kemp, a financially-motivated foray into the mining industry quickly became a rewarding and enriching pursuit that has propelled her throughout her entire career.

In her role at Sample Data, the Western Australian-based geological data service consultancy she created, Sam works with a number of small resource companies, particularly those in the exploration phase.

Through her work, Sam helps support these small resource companies in determining whether a new or existing site is suitable for mining and then helping prepare that information for market release.

The 37-year-old mother of two said her professional life was challenging, but rewarding.

 
    Proactive Investors - Bryah Resources identifies another large copper-gold anomaly at Bryah Basin project  

Rock chip and soil sampling have recorded anomalism extending over a contact length of 700 metres at Wongawar prospect.

Bryah Resources (ASX: BYH) has discovered another new potentially significant copper-gold anomaly within its Bryah Basin project in central Western Australia.

The anomaly at a new prospect called Wongawar has been identified through a combination of rock chip and soil sampling.

Rock chip samples have recorded assays of up to 1.17 g/t gold and 693 ppm copper with anomalism extending over a contact length of 700 metres.

 
    Small Caps - Bryah Resources firms up new copper-gold target at flagship Bryah Basin project  

Bryah Resources (ASX: BYH) has firmed up a new copper-gold anomaly at its flagship Bryah Basin project in Western Australia.

Named Wongawar, the new anomaly was discovered from soil and rock chip sampling that was carried out at the project last year.

Rock chips returned up to 1.17 grams per tonne gold and 693 parts per million copper.

Meanwhile, previous drilling in 1990 at Wongawar had intersected 16m at 0.18g/t gold. However, no follow up exploration has been undertaken at the prospect until now.

“The sampling results seen at the Wongawar prospect are very encouraging because they indicate a highly prospective anomaly over a wide area in what is very unexplored terrain,” Bryah managing director Neil Marston said.

“At Wongawar we now have several samples anomalous in gold and copper.”

 
    Proactive Investors - Bryah Resources appoints Ian Stuart to vacant chairman position  

Bryah Resources appoints Ian Stuart to vacant chairman position

The new chairman has a background in finance and resources.

 

 
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Board Moves February 13, 2019

Ian Stuart has been appointed non-executive chair, and Stuart Hall has retired as non-executive director, of Bryah Resources. Mr  Stuart is a geologist by profession, with experience in the finance industry and mining within Australia, Africa and Latin America.

 
    Small Caps - Australian Vanadium’s Gabanintha project could be a boon for Bryah Resources  

Only yesterday, Australian Vanadium unveiled its pre-feasibility study for the Western Australian-based project where it is planning to build a long-term, low-cost vanadium mine and processing plant to produce 98% vanadium pentoxide.

In addition to that, Australian Vanadium has investigated the possibility of unlocking the value in cobalt, nickel and copper minerals that are present.

The pre-feasibility study indicates a sulphide flotation circuit would extract about 1,775 tonnes per annum of a mixed sulphide concentrate.

Australian Vanadium estimates the sulphide concentrate would contain up to 6% cobalt, nickel and copper and the concentrate would be generated from year three of the operation to 16.

 
    Proactive Investors - Bryah Resources gets boost from partner’s positive PFS result  

Bryah holds the rights to all minerals except vanadium, uranium, cobalt, chromium, titanium, lithium, tantalum, manganese and iron ore.

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) owns the rights to minerals including nickel and copper at the Gabanintha Vanadium Project in Western Australia.

Yesterday, Australian Vanadium Ltd (ASX:AVL) revealed a positive pre-feasibility study on the project with a top-end valuation estimate that surpassed US$1.4 billion.

Should the project go ahead and be developed, Bryah stands to gain from the production of any minerals that it owns the rights to.

Most notably, AVL’s the concentrator plant design includes a sulphide flotation circuit which aims to extract minerals that Bryah has the rights to.

 
    Proactive Investors - Bryah Resources looking to advance from explorer to producer 'in the near term'  

Neil Marston, managing director of Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH), updates Proactive Investors on the Windalah Gold Prospect, the Mount Labouchere Manganese Prospect, and the Horseshoe South Manganese Mine. All sit within the Bryah Basin Project in central Western Australia.

"We want to advance from being an explorer to a producer in the near term. The way we're going to do that is to advance our manganese assets... overall, 2019 looks like it's going to be a very exciting year. And we've already had successes this year on the gold at Windalah and on our manganese exploration," says Marston.

 
    Small Caps - Bryah Resources makes high-grade manganese find near Mount Labouchere  

Reconnaissance sampling near Bryah Resources’ (ASX: BYH) Bryah Basin project in central Western Australia has discovered manganese mineralisation within the project’s Horseshoe formation, recording grades as high as 54% manganese.

The sampling program focused on the north-western extensions of Horseshoe, in an area of interest identified from satellite imagery near the Mount Labouchere prospect.

A zone of outcropping manganese was found and a total of seven rock chip samples were collected from the area, three of which recorded grades of 45.4%, 49.9% and 51.4% manganese.

 
    Proactive Investors - Bryah Resources’ sampling reveals high-grade manganese at Mount Labouchere prospect  

The company is set to undertake an extensive shallow drilling program of several newly identified manganese targets.

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has identified high-grade manganese from reconnaissance sampling at the Mount Labouchere prospect within its Bryah Basin Project in central Western Australia.

The Mount Labouchere prospect is located on flat open terrain with excellent access, being within 700 metres of the Ashburton Downs Road.

Notably, seven rock chip samples were collected with three samples recording high-grade manganese over 45%, with the highest value of 51.4% manganese.

In addition, a total of three rock chip samples were collected from an area 500 metres to the north of the recently identified Brumby Creek Prospect.

 
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Manganese explorer Bryah Resources has received commitments from sophisticated and professional investors to raise $303,000.

The company will issue 3.78 million shares and 1.89 million options exercisable at 30c by October 2020.

 
    Small Caps - BASF’s bold new manganese lithium-ion battery blueprint to fast-track EV adoption  

Commenting on BASF’s move, Bryah Resources’ (ASX: BYH) managing director Neil Marston told Small Caps it was understandable due to high cobalt prices and the ethical and supply issues surrounding sourcing cobalt, which is critical ingredient in the NMC cathode mix.

“I would expect that BASF are not going to be the only battery manufacturer looking at this problem if they see manganese as a big part of the solution,” Mr Marston said.

“Using manganese will lower the price of batteries, which is vitally important as batteries make up a huge portion of the overall cost of an EV.”

He added that by bringing the EV cost down, it would put the vehicles within reach of everyday consumers.

And this could potentially accelerate the uptake of EVs on roads world-wide.

Mr Marston pointed out the global community will profit from EVs being in the hands of the masses through the “tangible environmental benefits” including a decrease in air pollution.

 
    Proactive Investors - Bryah Resources increases inferred base metals resource at Gabanintha  

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has increased its inferred base metals mineral resource at the Gabanintha Vanadium Project by 14.4%.

The mineral resource now totals 14.3 million tonnes containing 666 ppm nickel, 217 ppm copper and 0.16% sulphur and was revised following a program of 19 reverse circulation (RC) and three diamond drilling holes.

The company has also completed a placement to raise more than $300,000 for its Bryah Basin drilling program.

 

 
    Proactive Investors - Bryah Resources granted trading halt with capital raising news pending  

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has a capital raising announcement pending and has been granted a trading halt by the ASX.

The halt will remain in place until the start of normal trading on Wednesday, November 28, 2018, or when the announcement is released to the market, whichever occurs earliest.

 
    MiningNews.net - Petratherm, Bryah and more  
High-grade gold has been intersected by Bryah Resources in further drilling at the Windalah prospect, where it discovered the yellow metal in October.
 
The drilling, targeting an area with geological similarities to the nearby Horseshoe Lights copper-gold mine, hit gold in two of five RC holes: 5m at 6.62gpt from 79m, including 1m at 15.05gpt; and 2m at 3.39gpt from 78m plus 4m at 2.72gpt from 134m and 3m at 6.69gpt from 145m, including 1m at 10.52gpt. 
 
The high-grade gold mineralisation is open along strike and down dip, and follow-up drilling is planned. 
 
Sixteen RC holes for 1361m in other areas, testing shallow depths above the Mars 2, 3, 4 and Peak Hill 1 EM conductors failed to return significant results, although they did not drill deep enough to test the anomalies and were primarily aimed at collecting geological information.
 
    Small Caps - Bryah Resources boosts gold potential at Windalah with latest high-grade results  

Gold, copper and manganese explorer Bryah Resources (ASX: BYH) has uncovered gold grading up to 15.05 grams per tonne at the Windalah prospect within its flagship Bryah Basin project in Western Australia.

Notable intervals from Bryah’s latest drill samples were 5m at 6.62g/t gold, including 1m at 15.05g/t gold; 3m at 6.69g/t gold, including 1m at 10.52g/t gold.

 
    Proactive Investors - Bryah Resources drills more high-grade gold at Windalah  

The high-grade gold mineralisation at Windalah is open along strike and down dip.

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has received further drilling results from its gold discovery at the Windalah Prospect within the Bryah Basin Project in central Western Australia.

Highlights include 5 metres at 6.62 g/t gold from 79 metres including 1-metre at 15.05 g/t gold.

 
    Kalkine Media - Bryah Resources Reported High Grade Gold at Windalah Prospect  

In the month of October, Bryah Resources Limited (ASX: BYH) announced that it has discovered several zones of gold mineralization in drilling at the Windalah Prospect which lies within the Company’s Bryah Basin Project. On 22 November 2018, the company provided an update on drilling and announced the latest high-grade results.

 
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