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The Gold Report Interview with Leonard Melman
"When we talked last time I spoke about Commerce Resources Corp. and Zimtu Capital Corp., which both share the same president. I just met with Chris Grove, a director at Commerce. Chris was telling me that Commerce has completed PEAs on both its tantalum project at Blue River, British Columbia, which is tantalum and niobium, and its REE project in Northern Québec, the Ashram project, also known as the Eldor project. The next goal is to advance metallurgical studies on those projects. That work is underway at the moment so within whatever cash constraints are evident in the industry the company is still moving forward. The fact that Commerce has achieved two PEAs on widely separate projects is a very positive feature. It could conceivably make the company very attractive to end-user companies, which currently rely on China for rare earth elements. China appears to be very shaky looking forward as a source for those materials. Companies will be looking for North American sources and I think Commerce could be sitting the right position."
The Metals Report Interview with Alex Knox
"Commerce Resources Corp. has developed a large deposit of REEs, extremely large in the Indicated category. Commerce might like to get a partner. It is a skilled fundraiser and explorer, but it may not want to become a producer. That requires different skills from management and the staff. It has ongoing plans to continue to do definition drilling on its deposit and bring the resources to higher categories. It did take a large, many-ton bulk sample in the summertime, which it is going to use to develop its metallurgical spreadsheet."
The Gold Report with Leonard Melman
"Commerce Resources Corp. is unique in that it has two specific projects with preliminary economic assessments. It has the Blue River tantalum-niobium project in British Columbia and a rare earth element project called Eldor in northern Québec. Each project appears to be capable of standing on its own merits; the company is attracting interest from potential end-users and possible joint venture partners. The price of the shares has come down recently, but I believe it's reached the point where the potential rewards truly outweigh the risks."
The Critical Metals Report Interview with Luisa Moreno
"Commerce Resources Corp. has a very large deposit and favorable distribution with a good percentage of the most critical elements."
The Critical Metals Report Interview with Lisa Reisman
"Commerce Resources Corp. comes to mind as a tantalum miner. We have next to no domestic supply, but Commerce Resources is pretty far along in its process. It would benefit from streamlined rules and public/private partnerships. Dozens of other junior mining firms would also benefit."
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