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Cavalier advancing towards gold production at Crawford

Plans to use cash flow to explore current tenement package in WA

Cavalier Resources

Cavalier Resources' primary focus is developing its near-term Crawford gold project and executive technical director Daniel Tuffin says the anticipated cash flow will be used to further explore the company's tenement package, including lithium and nickel assets.

Tuffin is one of the presenters at the inaugural MiningNews Select Sydney 2024.

ABOUT THIS COMPANY
Cavalier Resources Ltd

Cavalier Resources (ASX:CVR) is developing its balanced portfolio of proven through to green fields gold and nickel assets in WA within proximity of top-tier projects, exploration tenements with untested walk-up drill targets, and all with nearby processing options.

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DIRECTORS:

Ranko Matic, Daniel Tuffin, Anthony Keers

QUOTED SHARES ON ISSUE:

43.4 million

MARKET CAP (at February 20 2024):

A$4.2 million

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