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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.


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.


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.



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.



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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.


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.


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.


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.


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 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.