Mason Graphite Inc. (TSXV:LLG) announced that it has filed on SEDAR a NI 43-101 compliant technical report for its Quebec-based Lac Guéret graphite project. The report combines information in the company's December mineral resource update and the results of its June preliminary economic assessment.
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Mason Graphite announced today that it has signed a letter agreement that will see it pay $700,000 to buy up to 40 percent of the issued and outstanding shares of Group NanoXplore.
Measured and indicated mineral resources for the project now total 50 million tonnes, a 658-percent jumped from the previous 7.6 million tonnes.
Cavan Ventures Inc. (TSXV:CVN) announced that it has acquired the Quebec-based Tetepiska graphite property, which is situated 24 kilometers southwest of Mason Graphite Inc.'s (TSXV:LLG) Lac Guéret graphite project.
Mason Graphite Inc. (TSXV:LLG,OTCQX:MGPHF) announced that it has started trading on the international segment of the OTCQX marketplace in the United States. The company hopes that in doing so it will gain greater access to US capital markets.
Mason Graphite Inc. (TSXV:LLG) posted two video interviews with Benoit Gascon, the company's president and CEO. One was conducted by Larry King and the other by Jim Rogers.
Mason Graphite Inc. (TSXV:LLG) provided an update on corporate developments, noting that since acquiring the Quebec-based Lac Guéret project in April of 2012, it has achieved a number of milestones important to moving the project toward mine development.
Mason Graphite Inc. (TSXV:LLG) announced that preliminary studies aimed at testing the graphitic concentrates from its Quebec-based Lac Guéret project have yielded purities of 99.9-percent graphitic carbon.
Mason Graphite Inc. (TSXV:LLG) announced that now that it has completed a $5-million private placement, it will begin the 2013 exploration program at its Quebec-based Lac Guéret graphite property. It also plans to conduct metallurgical tests on sections of core drilled in 2012 and complete environmental baseline studies.
Simon Moores of Industrial Mineral Data thinks that may be the case.