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Azure prepares for step change in 2022

Discoveries mount as maiden resource approaches

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AZURE Minerals has had a bumper of a year, with a significant share price rise, and multiple discoveries across four of its prospects at its nickel-copper-cobalt project in Western Australia.

There's plenty of room for growth and returns for investors as the company embarks on its journey to become a producer of highly sought-after commodities critical for the energy transition.

Nickel and copper are two commodities which are expected to experience significant price rises over the next decade. While there has been much attention on iron ore prices over the last 24 months, the next mining supercycle is expected to hone in on metals and minerals driving the energy transition and electrification of the world as we know it.

In this special edition discussion for Mining 365, senior commodities journalist Paul Hunt discusses the next chapter for Azure Minerals with managing director Tony Rovira."

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HEAD OFFICE:

SOCIAL MEDIA:

DIRECTORS:

  • Brian Thomas
  • Tony Rovira
  • Hansjörg Plaggemars
  • Annie Guo

QUOTED SHARES ON ISSUE:

  • 310.7 million

MARKET CAP (at May 16, 2022):

  • A$80.8 million

MAJOR SHAREHOLDERS:

  • Deutsche Balaton 17.3%
  • Creasy Group 16.2%
  • Directors and management 1.5%
  • Top 20 50%
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HEAD OFFICE:

SOCIAL MEDIA:

DIRECTORS:

  • Brian Thomas
  • Tony Rovira
  • Hansjörg Plaggemars
  • Annie Guo

QUOTED SHARES ON ISSUE:

  • 310.7 million

MARKET CAP (at May 16, 2022):

  • A$80.8 million

MAJOR SHAREHOLDERS:

  • Deutsche Balaton 17.3%
  • Creasy Group 16.2%
  • Directors and management 1.5%
  • Top 20 50%