OROE Completed Shipment Of 15 Tons Of Gold Concentrates To Royal Asset Management, An Abu Dhabi Based Asset Management Company Held By His Highness Shaikh Saqer Al Nahyan And Royal Family

OAKLAND, Calif., Sept. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — OROE (OROE) has completed shipment of 15 tons of gold concentrates to Royal Asset Management (“RAM”), an Abu Dhabi based asset management company held by His Highness Shaikh Saqer Al Nahyan and royal family on July 12, 2014. RAM remains one of OROE’s top buyers. The RAM shipment marks an important nascent milestone for the Carson Hill Gold Project. The success of the pilot test phase bodes well for the company’s continued expansion of its current gold stockpile operations.


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