Junior corporate roundup: Largo, MexusGold, Prospero

Monday, April 16, 2018

Largo Resources announced a planned expansion of its Maracás Menchen vanadium mine in Brazil.

The US$15.5mn expansion will lift monthly production of vanadium oxide by 25% to 1,000t by June 2019. Construction is scheduled to begin in June 2018, Toronto-based Largo said in a statement.

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Management believes production could be further lifted to 1,100t a month if upgrades and improvements are made to the kiln refractory.


Mexus Gold terminated a JV agreement with MarMar Holdings relating to the former's Santa Elena gold project in Mexico.

The decision was made in response to MarMar failing to fund the project and non-compliance with various aspects of the deal, as well as not meeting environmental standards at the site, Nevada-based MexusGold said in a release.


Prospero Silver plans to raise up to Cdn$1.0mn (US$795,000) through a non-brokered private placement.

Proceeds will be used for general working capital purposes and exploration at its portfolio of Mexican assets, Vancouver-based Prospero said.