Here’s Why Group Ten Metals Changed Their Company Name To Stillwater Critical Minerals

Michael Rowley, President and CEO of Stillwater Critical Minerals (TSX.V: PGE – OTCQB: PGEZF) joins us for an update on the recent Company name change and to unpack further exploration plans at their flagship Stillwater West Project in Montana.  We start off by getting a sense of the renewed US focus on critical minerals, and the robust suite of energy metals found in the Stillwater West Project, such as nickel, copper, and cobalt, in addition to the precious metals of platinum, palladium, rhodium, and gold.


Next Mike pointed out the parallels to the platreef style deposits found in the Bushveld complex in South Africa, as an analog to the type of polymetallic deposit and similar geological events that caused the mineralization.  The company has also recently made two personnel hires that are proficient in this type of mineralization that he highlights. Danie Grobler as Vice-President Exploration and Albie Brits as Senior Geologist, where Dr. Grobler and Mr. Brits both have extensive senior level experience from more than two decades of advancing major deposits on the northern limb of the Bushveld Igneous Complex.


We wrap up looking forward at the exploration plan on tap for 2022 with 10,000 meters planned to continue expanding resources at the the Chrome Mountain area at Hybrid and DR, and potentially connecting the 450 meter area between those 2 zones, along with the CZ area, and the HGR target at the Iron Mountain area.  There are also still 5 more holes from the Iron Mountain area, of the 14 holes from the 2021 drill program that have not been returned yet that will be released in the near future.  Once those 2021 drill results are in place, then the work will be done to update the resource estimate at the Stillwater West project.


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    Jun 14, 2022 14:01 PM

    I prefer names like Honey Badger and Dolly Varden

      Jun 14, 2022 14:56 PM

      I think they are only dating … nothing serious yet.

    Jun 15, 2022 15:28 AM

    UUP day…Something that keeps me slightly favorable to the precious metals…This dollar ETF is floating up to this slight new high w massive (14)rsi divergences…But w large volumes…so is this market maker money unloading to false breakout retail buyers? …If it fails around here then that is very dollar bearish, because that is possibly an intermediate cycle failure……and you know gold happy….

    Jun 15, 2022 15:49 AM

    absolutely great substantive interview at kitco…w adrian day…glta

    Jun 15, 2022 15:46 AM

    From what I read The Fed is going to announce their interest increase at 11:30 pm. tonight. If that is true they must be worried about the markets throwing a tantrum and have decided to release the figures when the market is closed and people are sleepy. DT😉

    Jun 15, 2022 15:03 AM

    They started hitting the “paper metals” prices before the announcement. Hmmmmm…again. No correlation. Just coincidence almost every time of Fed Speake. we will see ….

    Took less than 5 minutes to take my account negative.

      Jun 15, 2022 15:09 AM

      This action (drop on the news) is statistically preferable since the immediate market response to the Fed is usually wrong.

        Jun 15, 2022 15:46 AM

        You are right as “currently” back green mostly due to just moving Emerita up and down in my account. All others slept through the initial period. The immediate market reaction seems to happen before they have a known statement which indicates Retail is the last to know. Be that as it may …. we will see as the dog and pony show seems to reflect another planet.

    Jun 16, 2022 16:49 AM

    U.S. And Partners Enter Pact To Secure Critical Minerals Like Lithium

    Reuters – June 14, 2022

    “The United States, Canada and other countries have established a new partnership aimed at securing the supply of critical minerals, which are essential for clean energy and other technologies,as global demand for them rises, the State Department said on Tuesday.”

    “Demand for the minerals, such as nickel, lithium and cobalt, is projected to expand significantly in the coming decades.”