Michael Hopley, Chief executive of Sunridge Gold Corp (CVE:SGC), says he is delighted the firm’s partner has secured three key mining licences in Eritrea for its Asmara project. Asmara Mining (AMSC), a joint venture 60% owned by the Canadian group, has been awarded licences encompassing four advanced deposits – namely Emba Derho, Adi Nefas, Gupo Gold and Debarwa.
SUNRIDGE Gold (SGC-V, SGCNF-OTCQX) is a successful explorer orphaned by the market but that could soon change. The company is working in Eritrea. Sunridge made several discoveries on its Asmara project and has advanced them to feasibility level.
The feasibility numbers look great. Asmara has a Net Present Value of US$692 million pre-tax (US $428 million post-tax) and an IRR of 34% pre-tax (27% post-tax) using a 10% discount rate. Sunridge owns a 60% interest in the project. That equates to a post-tax NPV of US$257 million attributable to SGC shareholders against a current market valuation of US$25 million. Continue reading Sunridge Gold’s Milestone Could Completely Re-rate the Stock→