Talking About Possible Synergies:

  • A combination of the Hislop and Grey Fox mine would almost certainly show some impressive economics beating the two stand-alone scenarios hands down.

<both in the same downfaulted block ... as the past producing Ross Mine>> to me it explains the delay in bring Grey Fox into production as the benefit of this contiguity (cannot use closeology, due to venemous objections to my use of closeology but parties not in favour of free speech).

  • St. Andrew Goldfield's Taylor mine is situated next door to Brigus Gold's existing mill, while St. Andrew Goldfield's mill is 80km away.
  • Brigus Gold's own Black Fox mine is situated only four kilometers from the Grey Fox project.

Are the two management teams talking to each other trying to find ways to exploit these potential synergies in the interest of both companies? Shareholders would presumably very much hope so!

With St. Andrew Goldfields working towards bringing the Taylor mine online and Brigus Gold working on the feasibility study of the Grey Fox mine a window of opportunity might be opening up for both companies and astute investors.

 

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BWDIK??? Remember SAS "took a run" at APG .......

http://seekingalpha.com/article/1175661-a-window-of-opportunity-for-2-canadian-mid-cap-gold-miners?source=yahoo