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(ECR) ECR Minerals Share Chat

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    RE: Whats the potential
    potential upside here is massive. Lots of good and knowledgable investors on this board that I’m sure can add to the below but I’ll list what I can -

    - Over 1300sq km of licensed area in Victoria Australia which is one of the hottest postcodes right now
    - Recently took delivery of ECR owned Diamond drill rig and commencing a drilling campaign with news likely to drop any moment.
    - Can assay on site in 24-48 hours as opposed to current 3-4 month waiting time, speeding up the process massively and allowing ECR to assay and drill new areas very reactively.
    - Baileston license is where the drilling will start with lots of exciting prospects (previously drilled numerous times with good results)
    - CEO confident to get a JORC resource confirmed.
    - Baileston has already had numerous offers which ECR have turned down due to knowing they have much more value.
    - Newmont recently applied for a license bordering here.
    - Creswick license huge interest with 2 parties already completed DD and awaiting site visit to thrash a JV deal out.
    - Western Oz have opened borders to Victoria as of a couple hours ago meaning site visits can now take place (this has been held back for about 8 months).
    - CEO stated “one of the interested parties is the 3rd largest gold producer in the world and they are very fond of Creswick” - looks likely Newmont due to visit the site any day now ahead of a potential offer.
    - The geologist who discovered GGPs Havieron now works for ECR and is extremely excited about the projects.
    - Fully funded for in excess of 1 year and recent warrants add another £400k to what was originally approx £1.6mil cash balance.
    - CEO has a track record in previous companies getting resource on multi-million ounce deposits and bringing 2 mines into production.
    - Gold on the rise
    - Victoria in particular seeing much more activity especially with big players growing from around 6/7 companies to 50 on the ground recently.
    - £17 mil market cap which CEO stated is hugely undervalued as Fosterville South for eg are worth 12x more and he believes we have much, much better prospects.

    There’s so much happening I’m sure I’ve missed more but if anyone else can find me a better looking company right now I’ll throw my house at it! Gl with your decision / investments.
     
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    ECR Minerals in middle of hot spot for Australian gold exploration
    Snapshot
    • ECR Minerals has a clutch of gold exploration prospects in Australia
    • Five are in Victoria where one, Blue Moon at Bailieston, has been declared a discovery after bumper grades were unearthed.
    • Company is also exploring at Windidda in Western Australia


    • What it owns
      ECR's prospects in Victoria are Bailieston, Avoca, Timor, Creswick and Moormbool.

      In Victoria, the company is now concentrating on two projects, Bailieston and Creswick, where a significant amount of boots-on-the-ground activity has continued into 2020, allowing for some coronavirus disruption.

      ECR also has the Windidda project in Western Australia. Fieldwork has yet to begin at Windidda, but the company has completed geophysical modelling and review of historical activity reports in order to better understand the potential prospectivity of the project.

      How it's doing
      In January 2021, the company put its newly acquired drill rig, named “Midas”, into operation at its inaugural drill site, the Byron prospect in the HR3 area of the Bailieston project. This is the first of numerous planned drill locations which will be coordinated from ECR’s central exploration facility compound in the Victoria Goldfields.

      The extensive drilling the company plans to undertake will be funded from ECR’s existing cash resources and the Company can confirm that cash resources currently amount to circa £2.95 million providing a considerable forward cash runway for operational and corporate activities.



      What the boss says: Craig Brown
      “There is continuing interest in ECR’s Bailieston and Creswick projects with regards to potential joint venture or earn in opportunities.

      "The engagement we are experiencing is not surprising given the interest in Victoria gold opportunities, as evidenced by the many corporate transactions that we have seen in the area.”

      "The directors are very optimistic for the future,."

      Latest video

      Inflexion points
      • Drilling to the west at Blue Moon gets underway
      • Further exploration at Creswick and Windidda
      • ECR has a strong cornerstone investor in Shenyang Xinliaoan Machinery
     
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    25 January 2021

    ECR MINERALS PLC

    (“ECR Minerals”, “ECR” or the “Company”)

    WARRANT EXERCISE
    &
    APPOINTMENT OF JOINT BROKER


    ECR Minerals plc (LON: ECR), the gold exploration and development company focussed on Australia, is pleased to announcean update confirming a significant warrant exercise, the current financial position of the Company and the appointment of a joint broker.

    Exercise of Warrants (“Warrant Shares”)

    ECR has received notice to exercise warrants over 55,856,391 new ordinary shares in the Company (“Warrant Shares”). Of this number, 55,356,391 new ordinary shares are being issued pursuant to the exercise of warrants at 2p per share, and 500,000 new ordinary shares pursuant to the exercise of warrants at 1.125p per share. Aggregate subscription monies of £1,112.752.82 have been received by ECR in respect of the exercise of these warrants.

    Company Financial Position

    Following receipt of the above warrant monies ECR now has cash balances of c.£4 million and is therefore, in the Board’s view, in an exceptionally strong financial position.

    This strength of the Company’s financial position enables ECR to comfortably continue to embark on its previously announced exploration programmes with confidence.

    With our own in-house drilling capability we are planning to undertake extensive drill programmes across our Victoria Goldfields interests.

    Appointment of Joint Broker

    ECR is pleased to announce that it has appointed Novum Securities (“Novum") as a joint broker with immediate effect. With the current cash position ECR currently has no intention of carrying out a placing.

    Novum are to undertake broker research on ECR Minerals plc, with a particular focus on enhancing market awareness of the Company, notably in the institutional investor community.

    Admission of Shares

    Admission of the Warrant Shares to trading on AIM is expected to occur on or around 28 January 2021 (“Admission”). Upon Admission, ECR’s issued ordinary share capital will comprise 749,333,993 ordinary shares of 0.001p. This number will represent the total voting rights in the Company, and, following admission of the Warrant Shares, may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculation by which they can determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the Company under the Financial Conduct Authority's Disclosure and Transparency Rules. The Warrant Shares will rank pari passu in all respects with the ordinary shares of the Company currently traded on AIM.
     
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    LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--

    ECR MINERALS plc

    (“ECR Minerals”, “ECR” or the “Company”)

    BLOCK LISTING APPLICATION

    ECR Minerals plc (LON: ECR), the gold exploration and development company focussed on Australia, announces that an application has been made to the London Stock Exchange for a block listing of securities in respect of 117,000,119 ordinary shares of £0.00001 each (the 'New Ordinary Shares') to be admitted to trading on AIM.

    The New Ordinary Shares will be issued from time to time in order to satisfy certain warrants and options which may be exercised. It is expected that admission will become effective on 17 February 2021.

    The block listings consist of:

    1. 32,745,000 ordinary shares in respect of the 11 July 2018 warrants exercisable at 1.125 pence per share, the “30 July 2018 Subscription Warrants Scheme”;
    2. 32,500,000 ordinary shares in respect of the 6 April 2020 warrants exercisable at 1 penny per share, the “20 April 2020 Subscription Warrants Scheme”.
    3. 37,755,119 ordinary shares in respect of the 16 July 2020 warrants exercisable at 2.1 pence per share, the “30 July 2020 Subscription Warrants Scheme”.
    4. 14,000,000 ordinary shares in respect of the 11 July 2018 options exercisable at 1.125 pence per share, the “11 July 2018 Options Scheme”.
    For the avoidance of doubt these applications are not applications to list the warrants and options themselves on any regulated market but merely an administrative measure to ensure that the Company does not need to make multiple applications for admission of ordinary shares to trading on each separate occasion when the existing warrants and options are exercised by holders. The warrants and options remain in uncertificated form and there are no changes to the terms and conditions of the warrants and options.

    Following the Block Admission, the Company's issued share capital will remain unchanged at 877,164,658 ordinary shares. The Company will make six-monthly announcements of the utilisation of the Block Admission, in line with its obligations under AIM Rule 29.

    When issued, the New Ordinary Shares will be credited as fully paid and will rank pari passu in all respects with the existing ordinary shares of £0.00001 each in the capital of the Company ('Ordinary Shares').
     
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    ECR MINERALS plc

    (“ECR Minerals”, “ECR” or the “Company”)

    DRILLING UPDATE – VICTORIA GOLDFIELDS, AUSTRALIA

    ECR Minerals plc (LON: ECR), the gold exploration and development company focussed on Australia

    is pleased to announce a drilling update from the HR3 area (“HR3”) of the Company’s 100% owned Bailieston Project in the Victoria Goldfields, Australia.

    Craig Brown, Chief Executive Officer of ECR Minerals plc, commented: “I am pleased to announce the completion of our first diamond drill hole utilising the Company’s in-house drilling equipment, which is a notable event for the Company.

    The hole was completed efficiently and safely and we are now pushing on with further drilling with the commencement of the second hole. We intend to continue drilling across various target areas within ECR license areas in the coming weeks and months.

    The presence of a 5.3 metre wide reef (drilled thickness) with visible gold in the first drill hole core is a positive development and we look forward to receipt of assay results from the laboratory as soon as possible.”

    HIGHLIGHTS:

    This first diamond drill hole at HR3 was undertaken utilising the Company’s recently acquired drill rig and has reach a total depth of 300 metres. The drill rig has now commenced a second hole in the same location. The hole intersected the Byron Main Reef at 110 m and the information from this hole will allow us to establish the structural architecture and controls for the obvious gold mineralisation in this reef (and adjacent reefs) and in the wider HR3 prospect. The Byron Main Reef is 5.3 m wide (drilled thickness, true thickness unknown) and is milky, vuggy quartz with laminated margins. 1.3 m of core was lost drilling through the reef.

    The current exploration drill programme was originally announced on 12 January 2021 and this announcement may be viewed through the following link:

    https://polaris.brighterir.com/public/ecr_minerals_plc/news/rns/story/wvp81vw

    The drill core from the first hole was transferred to the Company’s processing shed in Bendigo, Australia where the core was cut and analysed following which samples have been delivered to the laboratory today for assay analysis. The samples will be processed by the Gekko’s Assay Laboratory facilities in Ballarat, Australia and the assay results are expected in the coming weeks.

    https://www.gekkos.com/en/solutions/lab-testwork/assay-lab

    Preliminary core inspection has identified visible gold in the core and the Company has been utilising a portable x-ray fluorescence (“pXRF”) as part of the preliminary examination process. The pXRF has confirmed the gold content of a small speck seen in the core at 111.0 m.

    https://www.ecrminerals.com/images/2021/BH3DD001_Byron_Main_Reef.pdf

    Review of Announcement by Qualified Person

    This announcement has been reviewed by Dr Rodney Boucher of Linex Pty Ltd. Linex Pty Ltd provides geological services to Mercator Gold Australia Pty Ltd, including the services of Dr Boucher, who has a PhD in geology, is a Member and RPGeo of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists and is a Member of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. Dr Boucher is a Qualified Person as that term is defined by the AIM Note for Mining, Oil and Gas Companies.

    MARKET ABUSE REGULATIONS (EU) No. 596/2014

    The information contained within this announcement is deemed by the Company to constitute inside information as stipulated under the Market Abuse Regulations (EU) No. 596/2014 (MAR). Upon the publication of this announcement via Regulatory Information Service (RIS), this inside information is now considered to be in the public domain.
     
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    LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--

    ECR MINERALS plc

    (“ECR Minerals”, “ECR” or the “Company”)

    PLACING OF SHARES

    ACCELERATION AND EXPANSION OF DRILLING CAMPAIGN

    ECR Minerals plc (LON: ECR), the gold exploration and development company focussed on Australia, is pleased to announce the placing (“Placing”) of 90,909,091 new ordinary shares of 0.001p (the “Placing Shares”) at a Placing price of 2.2p per share to raise gross proceeds of £2,000,000.

    The net proceeds of the Placing, which is conditional on admission of the Placing Shares to trading on AIM (“Admission”), will be used to ramp-up drilling and exploration activities on ECR’s 100%-owned gold exploration projects in Victoria, Australia and for working capital purposes. The Placing was arranged by the Company’s joint-broker Novum Securities.

    Drilling with the Company’s own diamond drill rig is continuing in the HR3 area of the Bailieston gold project in Victoria. Five drill holes have been completed, and a sixth hole is in progress. ECR expects to be in a position to report assay results from initial holes later this month. Visible gold has been noted in the hole first drilled at the Byron prospect (see announcement dated 12 February 2021).

    Placees will receive one warrant (“Warrant”) for every two Placing Shares and accordingly, subject to the Placing completing, 45,454,545 Warrants will be issued by the Company. Each Warrant permits the holder to subscribe for one new ordinary share in ECR Minerals plc at a price of 3.75p for a period of 24 months from the date of Admission. If all the Warrants were to be exercised, this would generate proceeds of approximately £1.7 million for the Company, although there can be no guarantee that this would occur.

    Craig Brown, Chief Executive Officer, commented:

    “We are delighted by the tremendous show of support for ECR from investors in the placing announced today. We believe this reflects both the high degree of market interest in Victorian gold projects generally, and ECR’s success in assembling a highly prospective portfolio of projects and establishing an in-house drilling capability which is being put to full use.

    The net proceeds of the placing announced today will take the Company's cash position to in excess of £5.8 million and, in addition to funding a modest expansion of our operational capabilities at our Bendigo HQ in Central Victoria, will enable ECR to drive hard towards its twin targets of establishing a maiden JORC compliant gold resource at the Bailieston project and completing further drilling at the Creswick project. The funds raised will also provide ECR with the financial flexibility to consider potential new opportunities as they arise. We are now fully funded for these programmes and don’t envisage requiring additional equity financing for quite some time.”

    ADMISSION OF NEW SHARES AND TOTAL VOTING RIGHTS

    Admission of the Placing Shares to trading on AIM is expected to occur on or around 30 April 2021. Following admission, ECR’s issued ordinary share capital will comprise 985,528,390 ordinary shares of 0.001p. This number will represent the total voting rights in the Company, and, following admission of the Placing Shares, may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculation by which they can determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the Company under the Financial Conduct Authority's Disclosure and Transparency Rules. The new shares will rank pari passu in all respects with the ordinary shares of the Company currently traded on AIM.
     
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    20 April 2021

    ECR MINERALS plc
    (“ECR Minerals”, “ECR” or the “Company”)

    HIGH-GRADE DRILLING RESULTS – BAILIESTON GOLD PROJECT, VICTORIA GOLDFIELDS, AUSTRALIA

    ECR Minerals plc (LON: ECR), the gold exploration and development company, is pleased to announce high-grade drilling results from the Bailieston gold project in the Victoria Goldfields, Australia. The Bailieston project is 100% owned by ECR’s wholly owned Australian subsidiary Mercator Gold Australia (“MGA”).

    Craig Brown, Chief Executive Officer of ECR Minerals plc, commented: “These are the first results generated by our new drilling rig, and to our knowledge they are also the first diamond drilling results ever obtained from the HR3 area. The extra geological insight afforded by diamond drilling will be of great use in vectoring further work, and this is an advantage which previous explorers have not had.

    As is to be expected with early-stage exploration drilling, not all holes reported today have intersected significant gold mineralisation, but we are very encouraged by the fact that BH3DD001 returned two high-grade intercepts, including one of 0.5 metres at 19 g/t gold, and all holes have provided data which will feed into our evolving geological model for the area. Drilling is continuing and we look forward to reporting the next round of results.

    We remain as excited as ever about the potential of the Bailieston gold project, which is located around 30 kilometres from the Fosterville gold mine owned by Kirkland Lake Gold and which includes the Blue Moon gold discovery confirmed by high-grade results from previous drilling by ECR.”

    HIGHLIGHTS:

    • Five diamond drillholes across the Historic Reserve #3 (HR3) area covering the Byron and Maori reef lines have been completed for a total of 1082m. Drilling at Byron shows west dipping sediments whereas drilling at Maori intersected all east (and south-east) dipping beds, indicating the possibility of anticline-related gold mineralisation between the two reefs.
    • Drilling of BH3DD006 is currently in progress to test a hypothesised anticline that may exist in the vicinity of the Dan Genders-Scoulers line of workings. Historic shallow gold workings may be small reefs linking and coalescing to a much larger fault related anticline system at depth.
    • Drilling to date has been on the periphery of a central mineralised system (Byron and Maori Reef lines). Drilling has been through mostly shales, however sandy bedding, which is best for brittle vein development is expected to be more likely in the central part of the HR3 goldfield.
    • Drillhole BH3DD001 into the Byron Reef returned a high-grade intersection of 0.5m @ 19 g/t Au from 110.9m downhole. Furthermore, a potentially new mineralised system was intersected at 157m (1m @ 4.25 g/t Au). Rubbly quartz from this same intersection assayed 21.1 g/t Au.
    • Drilling of BH3DD005 into the Maori Reef shows an increase in sandy bedding and sulphide development compared to the Byron Mine area. Final assay results for this hole are pending.
    • Geochemical soil sampling has been completed over half of the HR3 goldfield. Some 720 samples have been taken with 229 samples currently being analysed for key gold pathfinder elements, and these results will assist with drill targeting.
    SUMMARY OF DRILLING TO DATE

    (fig. 1) - Plan showing locations of 2021 drilling, historical gold workings and reef lines.

    https://www.ecrminerals.com/images/0421fig1.jpg

    BYRON REEF

    908m of the 1082m total drilling to date has been drilled into the Byron Reef surrounding the historic Byron Mine. Production records show the Byron Mine to have produced a total of 8698 tonnes for 4416 oz (average 15.5 g/t Au), indicating it was the biggest producer within the HR3 goldfield. On this basis and considering the relative ease of drilling access at Byron, holes BH3DD001 to BH3DD004 were drilled into this reef.

    BH3DD001

    This hole was designed to test the down-dip mineralisation underneath the historic Byron Mine and understand the structural context of the orebody. The target (Byron Main Reef) intersected a milky, massive-vuggy quartz reef with laminated margins, 5.3m in apparent thickness. A visible speck of gold was seen when sampling the core. Results show the laminated hanging-wall portion of this reef contains the gold with assay returning (0.5m @ 19.0 g/t Au) from 110.9m. The massive-vuggy portion of the reef did not return gold. Additionally, a newly discovered potential mineralised position occurs in thin, overturned sands containing perpendicular veins that returned (1m @ 4.25 g/t Au) from 157m. Furthermore, cave-in (rubbly quartz) resulting from a drill bit change within these veins at the same depth of 157m returned 21.1 g/t Au. Drilling continued into the footwall of the reef to end of hole at 296.6m depth. The entire hole was drilled down the western limb of a large anticline, likely to exist at an unknown distance to the east. A parallel reef system known as ‘Scoulers Reef’ may be situated on such an anticline.

    BH3DD002

    BH3DD002 was drilled to test the vertical down-dip extension of the Byron Main Reef intersected in BH3DD001. The reef was drilled through at 144m down hole where the vein had narrowed to 25cm in width. Assay results show no significant intercepts with gold below the detection limit (BDL). There is 40m in vertical difference between the reef intersection in BH3DD001 and BH3DD002. Drilling continued to test the hypothesis that the reef may be bedding-parallel and be dipping back under eastwards, however no additional quartz related mineralisation was intersected. No sulphides were visible and portable XRF (pXRF) readings failed to identify any significant pathfinder elements in the quartz or surrounding wall-rock. This hole ended at 242.5m depth.

    (fig. 2) - Geological interpretation and best results are shown.

    https://www.ecrminerals.com/images/0421fig2.jpg

    BH3DD003

    BH3DD003 was designed to test the hypothesised down-plunge shoot extension of the Byron Main Reef to the north of BH3DD001 and BH3DD002. In reference to the deepest known historical workings in the Byron Mine on long-section and the down-dip direction of mined stopes, the productive mineralised portion of the reef, known as a ‘shoot’ possibly plunges to the north (fig. 3). The reef was intersected at 126.3m downhole where flexures in the bedding caused a large body of quartz-sulphide development. This mineralisation continued to 147.5m. Best results were 0.8m @ 1.19 g/t Au from 135.8m depth.

    https://www.ecrminerals.com/images/0421fig3.jpg

    BH3DD004

    BH3DD004 was drilled to test the vertical extent of the large quartz-sulphide dilation intersected in BH3DD003. The conclusion of this drillhole, as with BH3DD002, was that the width of the Byron Reef narrows and has no grade continuity at this depth.

    (fig. 4) - Geological interpretation of BH3DD003 and BH3DD004 shown.

    https://www.ecrminerals.com/images/0421fig4.jpg

    MAORI REEF

    BH3DD005

    BH3DD005 was designed to test the structural context of the Maori Reef. Bedding is shown to be dipping towards the east and south-east directions. Between 76 and 151 metres the host rocks are more sand dominated and below this zone a 40cm wide laminated quartz vein was intersected. This hole was drilled to a final depth of 174.3 metres. Assays results are pending for this hole.

    ANTICLINE HYPOTHESIS

    BH3DD006

    Drilling to date covers the western and eastern boundaries of the currently known mineralisation within the HR3 goldfield. Geological observations of drilling to date confirms the lithology of the bedding to be more sand dominant in the vicinity of the Maori Reef. Bedding dips towards the west at the Byron Mine and dips east to south-east at the Maori Reef, suggesting a main anticline hinge zone to exist between these two reef lines. It is likely the north-west striking Dan Genders Reef and Scoulers Reef systems may be linked to a potential larger anticline-system at depth. (refer to fig. 1 for reef locations). Similar anticline-related faulting is seen at the nearby old Bailieston open pit (located 2.8km to the north) and characteristic elsewhere in Central Victoria. BH3DD006 is currently being drilled across strike of the Dan Genders Reef to test this hypothesis.

    (fig. 5) – Hypothesised Central Anticline Model.

    https://www.ecrminerals.com/images/0421fig5.jpg

    Table A Details of current drilling and significant intercepts to date (April 2021).

    HOLE ID

    EASTING (GDA

    Zone 55)

    NORTHING (GDA

    Zone 55)

    DIP

    AZIMUTH (True North)

    TOTAL DEPTH (metres)

    SIGNIFICANT INTERCEPTS

    BH3DD001

    326313

    5931394

    -60

    060

    296.6

    0.5m @ 19.0 g/t Au from 110.9m

    1m @ 4.25 g/t Au from 157m*

    *rubbly quartz from this zone re-assayed 21.1 g/t Au

    BH3DD002

    326313

    5931394

    -70

    060

    242.5

    No significant intercepts (below detection limit)

    BH3DD003

    326313

    5931394

    -60

    023

    165.6

    0.8m @ 1.19 g/t Au from 135.8m

    BH3DD004

    326313

    5931394

    -67

    023

    203

    No significant intercepts

    All samples were assayed by Gekko Systems Pty Ltd in Ballarat, Australia.

    Review of Announcement by Qualified Persons

    The Exploration Results in this report have been compiled by Adam Jones and Dr Rodney Boucher.

    Adam Jones is a Member of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (MAIG). Adam Jones has sufficient experience which is relevant to the style of mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration, and to the activity which he is undertaking, to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in the 2012 edition of the “Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves”. He consents to the inclusion in this report of these matters based on the information in the form and context in which it appears.

    This announcement has been reviewed by Dr Rodney Boucher of Linex Pty Ltd. Linex Pty Ltd provides geological services to Mercator Gold Australia Pty Ltd, including the services of Dr Boucher, who has a PhD in geology, is a Member and RPGeo of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists and is a Member of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. Dr Boucher is a Qualified Person as that term is defined by the AIM Note for Mining, Oil and Gas Companies.

    MARKET ABUSE REGULATIONS (EU) No. 596/2014

    The information contained within this announcement is deemed by the Company to constitute inside information as stipulated under the Market Abuse Regulation (EU) No. 596/2014 (MAR) (as in force in the United Kingdom pursuant to the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018). Upon the publication of this announcement via Regulatory Information Service (RIS), this inside information is now considered to be in the public domain.

    FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:


    ECR Minerals plc



    Tel: +44 (0)20 7929 1010



    David Tang, Non-Executive Chairman







    Craig Brown, Director & CEO







    Email:

    info@ecrminerals.com







    Website: www.ecrminerals.com















    WH Ireland Ltd



    Tel: +44 (0)161 832 2174



    Nominated Adviser







    Katy Mitchell/James Sinclair-Ford















    SI Capital Ltd



    Tel: +44 (0)1483 413500



    Joint Broker

    Nick Emerson









    Novum Securities Limited



    Tel: +44 (0) 20 7399 9400



    Joint Broker
     

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