Burmese Exports Dent Hopes for Tin Sector

The Australian’s Robin Bromby writes of the tough conditions in the tin mining sector in 2014, but outlines the opportunities for relatively low-cost investments in tin. Stellar Resources is listed as one such opportunity due to its high-grade tin resource and its Heemskirk Tin Project in Tasmania.

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Stellar Resources: Australian tin’s new number two

Stellar Resources’ transformation from a multi-commodity explorer to a junior company in order to focus on tin exploration is well reported in Paydirt’s feature. Its now 100%-owned Heemskirk Tin Project is considered to be the highest-grade undeveloped tin projects in Australia and is likely to compete with Renison Bell in the nearest future. The article proceeds by describing last year’s exploration activities at Heemskirk, centred on resource drilling at three key deposits.

Stellar is certain that in the next five years it will help fill the gap between global demand for tin and tin production.

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