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Red River Resources developing multiple assets to maximise Thalanga Operations

Proactive Investors Tuesday, 19 February 2019 ()
Red River Resources Ltd (ASX:RVR) managing director Mel Palancian visits Proactive's Perth studio for his debut video; introducing the company and team, as well as discussing the portfolio of producing, developing, and exploration assets. There have been consecutive quarters of record production at the Thalanga Operations in Queensland, and Red River is actively developing a number of deposits to maximise use of capacity there. Meanwhile, the base metals-focused company is actively exploring its highly prospective ground holding within the Mt Windsor volcanic belt.
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