Konrad Forrest
Novo

Novo Resources Corp announced today that it has entered into a US $30 million farm-in and joint venture agreement with Sumitomo Corporation of Tokyo, Japan, and its wholly-owned Australian subsidiary in order to advance Novo’s Egina project located approximately 80 km south-southwest of Port Hedland.

“Novo’s Egina project is an early-stage, high-potential gold project,” commented Dr. Quinton Hennigh, Chairman and President of Novo Resources Corp. “Sumitomo, upon conducting their own technical review, has developed a similar opinion. It is remarkable for an exploration company to team up with a world-class finance partner like Sumitomo. With Sumitomo’s financial backing, we aim to quickly advance Egina through exploration and test-extraction phases with the ultimate goal, should results prove favourable, of setting the project on a path to production. Novo has been developing the relationship with Sumitomo for many years, built on a foundation of mutual trust and respect. The combined teams have the technical capacity to advance this unique gold deposit and we are honoured to work with Sumitomo’s capable technical team.”