Frontier Resources (FNT.AX) has move from sub-..10 to mid .30's in a week -- the main reason is the announcement of exploratory drilling information at the Andewa prospect on the island of New Britain in Papua New Guinea.
Frontier has 7 deposits in Papua New Guinea - the main source of value is Andewa in the Island of New Britain- the firm is implying that there is gold deposits between 14 to 66 g/ton in this region which stretches for about 7 km, at a good seam -- in comparison Barrick Gold, the world's largest gold producer averages about 2 g/ton, so this would be 7-33x more concentrated.
Actually Frontier also has 2 projects in Tasmania, but again the best potential is the Andewa project in PNG. (actually the Bulago deposit is also promising, see below)
I sort of don't believe the numbers. I was searching through the world's richest gold mines and all have gold per ton numbers below 3 g/ton see:http://www.minefund.com/mineral-deposits/richest-deposits.php
This would be by far the most rich gold find in the database --well so far I've searched Barrick's deposits (in their annual report, and the Polyrus Gold (Russia) deposit which is #2 on the list and this averages 1.5 g./ton.
The newest release has some geological data but not nearly enough to establish reserve numbers - so far this is all in the beginning stages.
The firm is really small, having to raise capital even for exploratory drilling. (they had to raise $A1.1M to survey the region -- Frontier will certainly have to raise capital to develop the project. Actually the deposit looks like it is close to the coast, so could be served by water transport, see a map of the projects in the 2010 Annual Report, p. 3: http://www.frontierresources.com.au/
Previously in 3/10 Frontier announced another 67 g/ton deposit, this time on the main island of PNG, in the Bulago deposit, but this didn't generate much excitement -- I don't know why all of a sudden the latest report has really made the stock go off, but the previous ones did not. (more word of mouth, or a better geological survey, actually I don't know).
Anyway I'll be researching more and will try to find out if the find in legit.