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2-Nov-2020

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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.

30-Oct-2020

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.

29-Oct-2020

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.

29-Oct-2020

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).

6-Oct-2020

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.

6-Oct-2020

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.

29-Sep-2020

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.

28-Sep-2020

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.

18-Sep-2020

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
18-Sep-2020

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