Today’s guest on the MiningMaven podcast is Paul Johnson, Executive Director of Power Metal Resources (LSE:POW). Power is focussed on the energy metals sector and is developing five projects across Africa. These include the nickel-lithium Haneti project in Tanzania, the Kisinka copper-cobalt project in the DRC, the recently added nickel-copper project in Botswana, and a cobalt-nickel project in Cameroon.

On Monday, Power announced the completion of a field programme in Cameroon. Paul discusses activities undertaken during the programme and the next stages ahead for the project. The Executive Director also gives a rundown of progress across the rest of Power’s asset portfolio.

This interview was recorded on 22nd July 2019.

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