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    26 February 2021

    Vast Resources plc
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    Baita Plai update
    Revision of Mining Plan

    Vast Resources plc, the AIM-listed mining company, is pleased to update the market on developments at its Baita Plai Polymetallic Mine (‘Baita Plai’) in Romania.

    As a result of experience gained since production commenced in October 2020, the Company is in the process of preparing a revised mining plan for Baita Plai incorporating a move away from the traditional labour intensive mining methods within the existing plan to a more “modern” mechanised mining method. This is designed to overcome various operational issues, to enhance productivity and efficiency and thus to optimise the in-situ metal value and take advantage of rising commodity prices.

    The revised mining plan will supersede the previous mining plan, the targets for which were announced on 7 September 2020.

    The production of concentrate at Baita Plai for Q4 2020* and anticipated for the rest of Q1 2021 is considerably lower than the targets set out in the previous plan. This shortfall is due principally to the lack of equipment reliability and supply chain and labour issues in part due to the COVID restrictions.

    These issues are in the process of being rectified under the revised mining plan the results of which are expected to more than make up the shortfall in the period covered by the previous plan (i.e. the period up to Q3 2022). To prepare for the enhanced mechanisation under the revised plan, the Company has already acquired, and is currently awaiting delivery of, three additional underground LHDs and a Jumbo Face Drilling Rig with long hole capabilities.

    The management of the mine has been made challenging by the fact that Craig Harvey, Chief Operating Officer of the Company, based in South Africa and who is the current manager of Baita Plai, was not able (as a result of COVID 19 restrictions) to be physically present in Romania from November 2020 to end of January 2021 thus necessitating remote management.

    The Company’s new full time Mine Manager at Baita Plai, Marcus Brewster (see announcement 22 January 2021), will arrive on site shortly, and is already actively engaged in and identified with the formulation of the revised mining plan, including the equipment upgrades to enable the implementation of a more effective mechanised mining method.

    The Company is aiming to complete and announce the revised mining plan around the end of March.

    * 493 Cu concentrate produced from Q4 ore against a target of 644 tonnes Cu concentrate. Pb/Zn ore remains stockpiled and unprocessed (Q4 target Zn 204 tonnes, Pb 94 tonnes)
     
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    Supplier ships paving slabs instead of copper to commodity house Mercuria
    Rachel Millard

    ONE of the world’s biggest commodity traders has fallen victim to an alleged fraud in which it paid $36m (£26m) for copper that was replaced with painted paving stones.

    Mercuria Energy ordered copper from a Turkish supplier last summer, but the consignment sent to China contained rocks instead, Bloomberg reported.

    Mercuria is pursuing the alleged copper supplier, Bietsan in the Turkish city of Tekirdag, for compensation. It has also filed a criminal complaint in Turkey.

    Turkish police told Bloomberg: “There has been a criminal investigation petition by the buyer against the seller and two intermediaries. It’s been determined that the incident is the outcome of fraud perpetrated in an organised manner.”

    Sinan Borovali, Mercuria’s lawyer in Turkey, said that it appeared that shipping containers sent from Ambarli port were loaded with copper that was then secretly swapped at night for paving stones spray-painted to look like the semi-refined copper.

    By the time the containers reached the Chinese port of Lianyungang in late August, Mercuria said it had paid the bill in full.

    Mercuria then allegedly found that six out of seven insurance contracts used by Bietsan to insure the cargos were fake, limiting its ability to make a claim.

    The company said: “Suspects have been taken under custody who are thought to be involved in the various parts of this organised crime against Mercuria.”

    Fourteen suspects have been identified and taken into custody, Mr Borovali told Reuters.

    The Turkish company has not responded to requests made by the media for comment.

    Daily Telegraph 10/03/2021

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...lion-of-copper-and-gets-painted-rocks-instead
     
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    17 March 2021

    Vast Resources plc
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    Mine Plan Development Update


    Vast Resources plc, the AIM-listed mining company, is pleased to advise that the full executive management team are on site at the Baita Plai Polymetallic Mine in Romania to accelerate and facilitate the various aspects and workstreams involved in the development of the revised mine plan.

    The assembled team includes Andrew Prelea (Chief Executive Officer), Marcus Brewster (Vast Baita Plai S.A. General Manager), Craig Harvey (Chief Operating Officer), Paul Fletcher (Chief Financial Officer), and Andrew Hall (Chief Commercial Officer). This synchronised visit has enabled the full team to coordinate on the various technical, financial and commercial aspects of the revised mine plan in anticipation of the delivery of the pre-ordered and previously announced equipment.

    The Company intends to provide photos and videos from these meetings and mine inspections over the coming weeks via its social media.


    Andrew Prelea, Chief Executive Officer of Vast Resources PLC, commented:

    "The next two weeks should be an enormously constructive period for Vast as we physically assemble the key elements responsible for delivering on our revised and upgraded mine plan at Baita Plai."
     
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    30 March 2021

    Vast Resources plc
    (‘Vast’ or the ‘Company’)

    Baita Plai Revised Mine Plan & Investor Presentation

    Vast Resources plc, the AIM-listed mining company, is pleased to announce the finalisation and release of a new mechanised mine plan for its producing Baita Plai Polymetallic Mine (‘Baita Plai’) in Romania, in line with the previous announcement made on 26 February 2021.

    Full details of the new mine plan can be found on the Company’s website under Investor Presentations at the following link:

    https://www.vastplc.com/investor-information/document-downloads/

    Highlights include:
    • No further funding for capex required to implement the new mine plan and future capex will be funded from cashflows.
    • Net* revenue forecast:
      • $17.2m 1 April 2021 – 30 April 2022
      • $28.2m 1 May 2022 – 30 April 2023
      • $33.4m 1 May 2023 – 30 April 2024
      • $34.7m 1 May 2024 – 30 April 2025
    • Net operating cashflow forecast before debt, tax and new capex:
      • $4.9m 1 April 2021 – 30 April 2022
      • $15.2m 1 May 2022 – 30 April 2023
      • $20.9m 1 May 2023 – 30 April 2024
      • $21.9m 1May 2024 – 30 April 2025
    Notes:
    1. *Net after royalties & transportation costs.
    2. The assumptions used are set out below
    3. Actual sales and production figures will be reported on a bi-annual basis.
    4. Guidance will be provided to the market as the Company advances the new mine plan.
    • The cashflows support a valuation of Baita Plai in excess of $100 million that represents a floor to the fundamental value of the mine with further potential upside.
    • The cashflow forecasts provide very strong underwriting for further debt investment, if required in the future, focused on further drilling and capacity upgrades.
    • Full-time dedicated international mine management team being appointed to supervise every aspect of mining and production.
    • Mining capacity is planned to increase by 65% under the new mechanised mine plan compared to the old labour intensive mine plan. The new mine plan includes the acquisition of three Load Haul Dump Loaders (LHDs), an Aramine Face Jumbo Drill Rig, two Resemin Muki 22 Long Hole Drilling Rigs and a Tomra XRT Ore processing & sorting machine. The new mechanised plan further reduces specific project risk.
    • Execution risk is expected to be significantly reduced compared with the old plan through the employment of senior international staff; the use of increased mechanisation; and the fact that shortly with the expediated development plan now possible through the new equipment, the mining areas will be in areas newly drilled by the Company and not in less stable old mining areas.
    • Production will continue during the development phase. Underground production will continue on Levels 17 & 18 in addition to the new mining area on Level 19.
    • Mill feed grades concentrated by x1.25 – x1.75 by utilising TOMRA advanced XRT processing technology.
    • 21% reduction in $/mined tonne.
    • Exploration drilling targeting the downdip extension of the Antonio skarn from 19 level to 22 level expected to commence in June 2021.
    • Exploration drilling to confirm historic drill hole data on the Antonio North skarn expected to commence in early 2022.
    Andrew Prelea, Chief Executive Officer of Vast Resources PLC, commented:

    “This upgraded mine plan, made possible with the employment of a mechanised approach to mining and with the benefit of XRT technology which will produce a primary crushed high-grade pre-concentrate that will feed to the mills and will be implemented by our new team of mine managers who bring with them many decades of practical experience in mine expansion and optimisation. The capex required for this process is fully funded from existing resources and we expect to deliver a healthy revenue and cashflow from this asset during the 12 months from 1 April 2021, building considerably in the years thereafter.

    This is a robust and comprehensive mine plan which has been developed using rigorous technical parameters. On behalf of the board I believe the plan set out to shareholders today represents a benchmark for us to deliver on over the coming years in tandem with our broader expansion plans at Baita Plai and across our wider portfolio.”

    Further Information

    Overview of New Mine Plan
    • The new mine plan can be implemented with the Company’s existing financial resources.
    • The cashflows support a valuation of Baita Plai in excess of $100 million that represents a floor to the fundamental value of the mine with potential upside coming from:
      • Increased resource, subject to completion of further drilling,
      • Increased capacity
      • Grade improvement
      • Increased demand for Copper
      • Romanian asset pipeline access
      • Reduction in country and project risk
    • The new mine plan cashflows include the hiring of further international management on site at Baita Plai to support the new General Manager. The new hires include a newly identified Underground Mine Manager, Processing Plant Manager, a Health & Safety Manager and further superintendent level support.
    • The Company in co-operation with TOMRA Mining has concluded an initial investigation on ore from Baita Plai as part of the development of the new mining and processing plan. The objective of the work was to determine the amenability of ore from Baita Plai to be pre-concentrated using TOMRA Sensor-Based Sorting Technologies to produce a high-grade pre-concentrate Pre-Milling. The study showed a clear amenability for the ore to be separated using TOMRA's advanced XRT (X-Ray Transmission) technology to identify both massive mineralisations as well as fine mineral inclusions using its proprietary combination detection algorithms to produce a high-grade pre-concentrate and eliminate non-grade containing waste material.
    • XRT implementation and processing plant upgrades to be completed by December 2021.
    • The new mine plan presents a cost reduction of 21% in $ per mined tonne with an operational efficiency of 63 tonnes per Total Employee Costed “TEC” at steady state, versus the previous plan efficiency metric of 43 tonnes per TEC.
    • Exploration drilling targeting the downdip extension of the Antonio skarn from 19 level to 22 level is planned to commence in June 2021 and exploration drilling to confirm historic drill hole data on the Antonio North skarn is planned to commence in early 2022.
    The Company has used the following assumptions in new mine plan:
    • The previously announced (29 October 2020) JORC Mineral Resources & Reserve grades have been applied and are able to be accessed earlier in the revised mine plan when compared to the previous mine plan.
    • XRT concentration allows for an increase in underground mining volumes with a requisite increase in the grade of the ore being sent from the XRT to the processing plant.
    • Plant volumes are consistent with the old mine plan but due to implementation of XRT with an improved feed grade to the mill as mentioned before.
    • Life of mine 15 years modelled on 3.7 million mined tonnes (which partially includes high confidence exploration target derived from historic data not in the current JORC).
    • Drilling campaign to increase resource (up to 5.8 million exploration target). Model conservatively assumes that from February 2024 grades will only be equivalent to historical in-situ grades:
      • Cu 1.27%
      • Zn 1.10%
      • Pb 0.61%
      • Au 0.49g/t
      • Ag 62.08g/t
    • The Company used the following sensitivities in connection with calculating the NPV of $107 million (using a 10% discount rate reflecting a relevant sector cost of capital rate plus a country risk premium) for Baita Plai:
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    Mine Plan Q&A

    The Company is pleased to announce that Andrew Prelea and members of the executive management team will provide a live presentation via the Investor Meet Company platform on Tuesday 6 April 2021 at 10.30 a.m. UK time to discuss the mine plan and answer shareholder questions.

    The presentation is open to all existing and potential shareholders. Questions can be submitted pre-event via the Investor Meet Company dashboard up until 9am the day before the meeting or at any time during the live presentation. The management will also look to address some questions that have been submitted to the Company by private shareholders over recent weeks.

    Investors can sign up to Investor Meet Company for free and add to meet Vast via:
    https://www.investormeetcompany.com/vast-resources-plc/register-investor

    Investors who already follow Vast on the Investor Meet Company platform will automatically be invited.
     
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    8 April 2021

    Vast Resources plc
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    Appointment of Underground Mine Manager


    Vast Resources plc, the AIM-listed mining company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Rubén Fernández as Underground Mine Manager at its Baita Plai Polymetallic Mine ("Baita Plai" or the "Mine") in Romania.

    Rubén, who starts his role today, is a highly experienced mining professional who has specialised in supervising underground mining operations for over ten years. In his role as Underground Mine Manager, Rubén will be a key component of the new full-time expert management team on site at Baita Plai as the new upgraded mine plan is implemented and successfully executed over the course of 2021.

    Rubén has worked for numerous mining companies during his career including majors such as Lundin Gold, Fresnillo and Tahoe Resources, and across numerous jurisdictions including Europe and Central and South America. Most recently, Rubén led the underground mine construction and ramp up phases at Lundin Gold's Fruta del Norte Mine in Ecuador, a 3,800 tonne per day underground gold mine with estimated annual gold production of 350,000 ounces. In leading this project, Rubén delivered mine construction and first stage ramp-up to 2,200 tonnes per day on time and on budget, training the underground workforce to a high level and completing this without a Lost Time Injury (LTI).

    Rubén holds an MSc Mining Engineering from Madrid School of Mines (Universidad Polytechnic de Madrid), a Masters degree in Project Management from EAE Business School and is a registered Spanish Professional Mining Engineer.


    Andrew Prelea, Chief Executive Officer of Vast Resources PLC, commented:

    "Rubén has a proven track record of overseeing and implementing ramp up phases at numerous underground mines and this experience will be invaluable as we realise the upgraded mine plan that we presented to shareholders at the end of March.

    "Importantly, Rubén brings with him the requisite skills and technical expertise to implement the increased mechanisation required for the new mine plan. These skills and technical profiency are now vital to the successful ramp up of the mine as we move away from a single LHD in the main decline to a more mechanised method of mining. Rubén's extensive experience in several world-class mining operations makes him ideally qualified for this role and I look forward to working with him and our colleagues on the Baita Plai management team as we deliver our stated objectives with the new mine development plan."
     
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    Appointment of New Processing Manager at Baita Plai


    Vast Resources plc, the AIM-listed mining company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Edward Hollings as Processing Manager at its Baita Plai Polymetallic Mine ("Baita Plai" or the "Mine") in Romania.


    Edward has a wealth of experience in the metals industry having worked in base and precious metal projects for 15 years and specialising in metallurgy and processing. In his role as Processing Manager, starting on 10 May 2021, at the Baita Plai flotation plant, Edward will become a key part of the new full-time expert management team on site at Baita Plai as the new upgraded mine plan is implemented and successfully delivered over the course of 2021.

    Edward most recently worked as Process Manager at the multi-national mining company Endeavour Mining, where he managed two gold/silver heap leach ADR process plants processing 4.3Mt to deliver 110,000oz per annum. During his tenure overseeing these operations, all four key production indicators were achieved for the first time in its four-year mine history in the first full quarter. Whilst in his role as manager, Edward successfully launched new cost control and reagent optimisation projects which led to an overall saving of 14% from the full year process budget.

    Edward has also worked on commissioning and upgrade plans including the Husab uranium process plant in Namibia; and was a Senior Metallurgist that delivered a processing route and plant upgrade to add at least 10 years to the mine life at the Mount Isa Mines, which forms part of the Glencore group.

    Edward holds a masters equivalent of B.Eng and B.Sc in Chemical Engineering from the University of Sydney, and is currently working towards attaining an MBA in International Minerals Resource Management from Dundee University. He is also a Chartered Professional in Metallurgy of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, and gained a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt from the Australian Organisation for Quality.


    Andrew Prelea, Chief Executive Officer of Vast Resources Plc, commented:

    "Edward's proficiency in managing expert teams and successfully introducing and leading new optimisation programmes at high performing mines will prove indispensable as we deliver the upgraded mine plan over the course of this year. His broad experience in the metals industry makes him a highly valuable addition and I look forward to welcoming him to the team in the coming weeks."
     
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    20 April 2021

    Vast Resources plc
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    Letter to shareholders relating to Proposed Capital Reorganisation
    Notice of General Meeting


    Vast Resources plc, the AIM listed mining company, is pleased to announce that a General Meeting of the Company will be held at 11.00 a.m. on Wednesday 5 May 2021. The purpose of the meeting will be to effect a reorganisation of the Company’s share capital.

    Subject to shareholder approval, the overall effect of the capital reorganisation will be that the number of Ordinary Shares in issue will be reduced by a factor of 100, so that by way of example a holder of 100 existing ordinary shares of £0.001 (0.1p) each will hold 1 new Ordinary Share of £0.001 (0.1p) each.

    As a consequence of the current measures implemented by the UK Government, shareholders will not be permitted to attend the General Meeting but are strongly encouraged to submit their votes by proxy as soon as possible. Voting at the General Meeting will be carried out by way of poll so that votes cast in advance, and the votes of all shareholders appointing the chairman of the General Meeting as their proxy, can be taken into account.

    The letter from the Chairman and Notice of the General Meeting along with the Form of Proxy have been posted to shareholders today and will be made available on the Company’s website, accessible under the Constitutional Documents section of the Document Downloads page and using the following link:

    https://www.vastplc.com/investor-information/document-downloads

    The relevant text included in the letter from the Chairman is appended below.

    Letter to shareholders relating to Proposed Capital Reorganisation & Notice of General Meeting #VAST @vast_resources https://www.voxmarkets.co.uk/rns/announcement/42994ede-9a1f-4e4e-974e-704a253a41b5 #voxmarkets

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    27 April 2021

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    Baita Plai Update


    Vast Resources plc, the AIM-listed mining company, is pleased to announce that the decline project to Level 19 is progressing on schedule and the Company has commenced mining fresh higher grade ore at its Baita Plai Polymetallic Mine 'Baita Plai' in Romania, in accordance with the revised mechanised mine plan as announcened on 30th March 2021.

    Mining and concentrate production has and will continue uninterrupted during this development phase at Baita Plai, with underground production currently focused on Levels 17 & 18 in addition to the new mining area on Level 19. Exploration drilling targeting the downdip extension of the Antonio skarn from 19 level to 22 level is expected to commence in June 2021 as per the new mechanised mine plan.

    The arrival of the new mechanised mining equipment has commenced on site with the remaining equipment expected to arrive in accordance with the new mine plan schedule.

    The announcement made on 30th March 2021 regarding the new mechanised mine plan stated that no further funding for capex or opex was required to implement the new mine plan and future capex will be funded from cashflows. In accordance with this statement, the Company would like to confirm that it is not planning a placing following the proposed capital reorganisation.


    Andrew Prelea, Chief Executive Officer of Vast Resources Plc, commented:

    "I am delighted with the operational progress that we have made in recent weeks and we remain well capitalised to achieve our development plan at Baita Plai without needing to come back to the market for the foreseeable future. We will look to provide further updates from Baita Plai via our social media platforms and via the regulatory news channels as appropriate over the coming days and weeks."
     
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    Appointment of Romanian Country Manager


    Vast Resources plc, the AIM-listed mining company, is delighted to announce the appointment of Nicolae Turdean as Romanian Country Manager. Nicolae, who has decades of experience in the mining industry, predominantly in Romania, will work alongside the newly appointed expert management team at the Baita Plai Polymetallic Mine and in conjunction with Andrew Prelea, CEO, in the advancement of Vast's wider strategic objectives in the country.

    Nicolae began his career over 40 years ago in the Romanian mining industry and his in-depth knowledge of the jurisdiction, geology and regulatory environment should prove to be highly valuable as Vast looks to implement its upgraded mine plan at Baita Plai, and expand its operations to Vast's numerous development interests in due course.

    Since starting his career, Nicolae has worked in numerous specialist and executive roles across various mines in Romania. Most recently, Nicolae held the position of President of the National Agency for Mineral Resources after previously working as a Mining Expert for the agency. Prior to this, Nicolae was the Chief Executive of Cupru Min SA, the state owned copper producer. During his time in these senior-level positions, Nicolae has worked as part of, and closely with, the Ministry of Economy and Commerce, the Minister of Economy and Finance, and the World Bank, as well as serving on the Board of Administration for a number of companies. From his years of working within the mining industry, Nicolae has become a specialist in a number of key skills and has gained a holistic command over various aspects of the sector. These include: mining engineering, construction and management; regulatory framework and institutional setup; energy expert on gas transmission tariffs; and the management of international development projects for the sector, particularly in World Bank project management, procedures, and policies.

    Nicolae also has had a significant number of specialist papers printed in a variety of industry publications. With his collection of papers written over the course of 35 years, Nicolae has written primarily for The Institute of the Economy of Industry and Romania Mining Revue, whilst also contributing to numerous research studies.

    Nicolae holds both a Bachelor of Mining Science and a MSc. in the Management of Mining Activities from the Technical University of Petrosani in Romania. He also retains membership in several professional societies: he is an active member of the General Association of Romanian Engineers and the Romanian Associations for Power Policies, is a funding member of the National Committee of Mining Engineers, and is part of the National Association of Specialists in Mining Industry.


    Andrew Prelea, Chief Executive Officer of Vast Resources Plc, commented:

    "Nicolae is a pre-eminent figure in the Romanian mining industry and he and I will be working closely as we look to execute our upgrade plans at Baita Plai, and thereafter expand our operations to the pipeline of development opportunities we have in Romania. His high-level access to various regulatory bodies and industry associations will complement the significant networks that we have already developed in the country as we look to establish Vast as a major mining company in the Romanian and Zimbabwean mining industries."
     
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    Vast Resources plc
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    Result of General Meeting
    Capital Reorganisation
    Total Voting Rights

    Vast Resources plc, the AIM-listed mining company, announces that at the Company’s General Meeting held earlier today, the proposed resolution to effect the capital reorganisation (the ‘Resolution’) was duly passed on a poll vote with 93.50% of the votes cast being in favour.

    Application has been made for the 213,004,895 new ordinary shares (‘New Ordinary Shares’) to be admitted to trading on AIM (‘Admission’). It is expected that Admission will become effective and dealing will commence in respect of the New Ordinary Shares on 6 May 2021. The ISIN Code for the New Ordinary Shares will be GB00BMD68046.

    Total Voting Rights

    As result of the passing of the Resolution, and as announced on 20 April 2021, the number of ordinary shares in issue has been reduced by a factor of 100 and as from Admission will stand at 213,004,895 ordinary shares of 0.1p each. This figure may then be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in Vast under the FCA’s Disclosure and Transparency Rules
     
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