Kodal Minerals’ primary focus is on the immediate exploration and definition of the lithium mineralisation at the Bougouni Project in Southern Mali – an emerging lithium province which has already attracted the attention of investors and off-take partners seeking to secure long-term supply of lithium.
Kodal Minerals is well-funded to undertake an aggressive exploration programme of prospect definition and continued exploration drilling.
The Company holds a highly prospective suite of gold assets in West Africa. The active joint ventures in Cote d’Ivoire are ensuring that funds are spent advancing exploration on our projects with the potential for new discovery.
Bernard Aylward – CEO
Bernard is a geologist with over 20 years’ experience as a manager and exploration geologist in the mining and exploration industry in a variety of commodities. Bernard’s experience includes serving as the Managing Director of Taruga Gold Limited from its initial listing on the ASX, Chief Operating Officer of International Goldfields Ltd, General Manager of Azumah Resources Ltd (Ghana).
What is your rationale for attending 121 Mining Investment?
Kodal is an AIM listed company with strong support in the UK market. We are attending the 121 Conference to meet with our existing shareholders as well as meet new investors as we move to development of the Bougouni Lithium project.
What recent news would you like to highlight to investors attending?
5 September 2018 – Maiden Mineral Resource of 17.3Mt at 1.20% Li2O
22 August 2018 – 32m at 1.61% Li2O returned at Sogola-Baoule
What are your key goals for the next 3, 6 and 12 months?
Resource Upgrade Finalise Metallurgical testing Continue exploration drilling of our highly prospective project
Complete Environmental and Social Impact assessment Complete Feasibility study on the Bougouni Lithium project Prepare Mining Licence application
Mining licence application and negotiation with the Mali Government Finalise mining optimisations and open pit design. Complete engineering design for processing plant Construction commencing targeting during 2019