Touring Tintina’s Black Butte Copper Project in Montana Today

Tintina co-founder Jerry Zeig

I’m in White Sulphur Springs, Montana today getting to know Tintina Resources’ (TSXV:TAU) Black Butte copper project.

Coincidentally, Tintina published a corporate update this morning. Tintina will submit the Mine Operating Permit application to the Montana Department of Environmental Quality later this year. Tintina expects a decision within two years.

The company also announced that it has postponed its Pre-Feasibility Study. Copper prices have been tanking of late, and since Tintina has two years ahead of it waiting for permitting, the company will likely be waiting for higher copper prices to complete the study. A full Feasibility Study will coincide with the Company seeking project financing.

Tintina also published a new corporate video which provides a history of the project. Watch below:

We are proud to have Tintina CEO Bruce Hooper as a presenting sponsor at the upcoming Subscriber Summit in Vancouver on October 8th.

The free event is almost fully booked so register now if you intend to be there.

More on Tintina here and check back next week for a report on my trip.

By Tommy Humphreys

Tommy Humphreys is a writer and web producer. He is the founder of CEO.CA and also serves as an advisor to executive search firm Odgers Berndtson.

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