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Carnavale Resources scraps 70% option on Kikagati tin project in Uganda

Carnavale Resources Ltd. withdrew from an option to acquire 70% of African Panther Resources (U) Ltd.'s early-stage Kikagati tin project in Uganda.

While drilling returned a number of narrow tin results and artisanal workings cover a significant strike length, the highly nuggety nature and specific structural controls of the mineralization would make it difficult to define a resource that can support economic development, the company said Oct. 16.

The company also noted that the London Metal Exchange tin price has fallen about 25% since the agreement was signed in April 2018.

Carnavale Resources said it will continue to advance exploration at the Grey Dam nickel project in Western Australia while looking for other opportunities.