Orsu Metals Corporation is a dual-listed (TSX & AIM), London-based precious and base metals exploration and development company which is exploring advanced staged gold deposits in the Tien Shan gold belt in the Kyrgyz Republic, one of the largest and most prolific gold belts in the world, and the Rudny Altai copper belt in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Orsu was formed in June 2008 after the acquisition of Lero Gold Corp. by European Minerals Corporation.
Exploration Company / Junior MinerGold, Silver, Platinum, Copper, Aluminum, Lead, Nickel, Tin, Zinc
Orsu Enters Into Exclusivity Agreement for Sale of Akdjol and Tokhtazan Gold Exploration Licences
Orsu Metals Subsidiary Wins License to Jointly Explore Kogodai Project in Kazakhstan
Orsu Metals Inks New Agreement with Asem Tas to Continue Joint Exploration of Balkhash Project
Orsu Metals Enters Exclusivity Agreement for Sale of Akdjol-Tokhtazan Gold Exploration Licences in Kyrgyzstan
Orsu Metals Completes Infill Drilling at Karchiga Project
Orsu Metals Initiates Kazakhstan Copper Mine Feasibility Study
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