Vancouver, B.C., July 11, 2023. E79 Resources Corp. (CSE: ESNR, OTCQB: ESVNF) (“E79” or the “Company”) is pleased to share a letter to Shareholders from E79 President & CEO Patrick Donnelly.
Dear Shareholders, Friends, and Stakeholders,
I would like to provide you with an update on our Company, our strategy, and the news we anticipate sharing in the future.
While we continue to see significant value in our Australian assets, which have produced some very compelling gold mineralization intersections, we have been evaluating a wide range of additional opportunities in various jurisdictions to expand our mineral property portfolio.
We have also been looking at various commodities, including green metals such as copper, nickel, cobalt, and lithium. I have personally investigated some of these projects firsthand, and I am confident that we will soon be able to announce some exciting and compelling new transactions. Additionally, we have been focusing our search in jurisdictions that are mining-friendly, have good infrastructure, are cost-competitive, and have a progressive permitting system in place. Most importantly, we have been examining projects that have exceptional mineral potential and are drill-ready or close to being drill-ready.
Currently, we are considering three to four intriguing opportunities, and we expect to provide an update on the status of these projects within the next few weeks.
The Company maintains a strong cash position of CDN$4.5 million, which will enable us to pursue accretive transactions on green metal projects. We are also seeking partners to help us advance our Australian gold assets, and we will work diligently to find the appropriate partner.
I am very excited about our Company’s future and the direction we are taking. Please keep an eye on us, as we will soon be announcing news regarding our new assets.
Please do not hesitate to contact me at any time.
President and Chief Executive Officer
E79 Resources Corp.
ABOUT E79 RESOURCES CORP.
E79 Resources is dedicated to discovering Fosterville-type mineralization at its Beaufort and Myrtleford properties in the Victorian Goldfields, Australia. The Myrtleford property signifies the unification of an entire historical gold camp, with over 70 previously producing artisanal gold mines on the property. Most historic mining ceased at the water table. In Beaufort, there is an opportunity to explore for a hard rock source of a significant alluvial goldfield along a structure known for hosting gold in the region.
President and Chief Executive Officer
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