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Alien Metals prioritising iron ore, silver and PGM projects


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AIM-listed Alien Metals (UFO) has a long list of current projects across different continents. IGTV's Jeremy Naylor asked CEO, Bill Brodie Good, about the priorities and some of the headwinds when pushing ahead on so many fronts.

 

 

The conversation also turned to the pressures brought to bear on UFO in particular, and on the mining sector in general, for mining companies to adapt to current thinking and engage with environmentally sound practices.

 

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