Newrange Gold Corp. (TSXV: NRG, OTC: NRGOF)
“Where Exploration INTERSECTS Discovery”
Newrange Gold Corp. (TSXV: NRG; OTCQB: NRGOF) is a company focused on district-scale gold exploration in the safe and prolific jurisdictions of Nevada, USA and Red Lake district in Ontario, Canada. In this CEO Interview, Robert Archer, the CEO of Newrange Gold will give us some updates on the company. Some interesting questions are mentioned in today’s interviews. What is the development status of Pamlico project in Nevada? How does IP Survey work? What is the potential of the North Birch Gold project in Red Lake and any differences compare to Pamlico project? And lastly, who are major shareholders of Newrange Gold? Watch today’s CEO Interview and you will find out the answers!
About Newrange Gold Corp. (TSXV:NRG / OTC: NRGOF)
Newrange Gold Corp. (TSXV: NRG) was incorporated in 2006 as Colombian Mines Corporation, dedicated to exploring high quality mineral properties in Colombia. In July 2016, the Company diversified into the United States by acquiring the high-grade Pamlico gold project in Nevada, now expected to be the center of exploration efforts in the coming years. To reflect this geographical diversification, the Company changed its name to Newrange Gold Corp. in December 2016. With a seasoned, highly successful management team and quality projects, Newrange Gold is committed to building long term, sustainable value for shareholders. For more information, please visit here.
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