The deal gives Eurasia an exclusive right to up to a two-thirds interest in the Semenovsky tailings project in Bashkiria.
Meanwhile, Asiamet Resources (LON:ARS) followed up a significant resource upgrade with some highly encouraging drill results from a potential satellite deposit to its main copper target at Beruang Kanan in central Kalimantan, Indonesia.
The imaginatively named Beruang Kanan South, the area is around a kilometre from the Beruang Kanan Main (BKM) that contains and estimated 887mln pounds of copper.
The AIM-listed firm is selling just under half its 51% interest in Interoil Exploration and Production, a Norwegian group with assets in Colombia, for US$3.2mln.
In oil, Highlands Natural Resources (LON:HNR) has snapped up exploration licences covering around 1,900 acres in the Williston Basin, North Dakota for US$19,000 in cash as it seeks to capitalise on the current low oil prices.
Two of Europa Oil and Gas’s (LON:EOG) directors topped up their stakes in the firm today.
Hugh Mackay, chief executive, bought 326,000 shares at just under 3p per share, taking his stake in the company to 1.1%. While, non-executive director Roderick Corrie now holds more than 659,000 shares, around 0.27% after adding 84,000 shares.
The online bingo group also said revenues per player rose by over 14% as it pulled together a clutch of acquisitions last year.
Stride, the owner of the Kitty Bingo, Lucky Pants and Jackpot Liner sites, posted revenues of £27.8mln in the year to August with underlying profits [EBITDA] of £7.3mln (£1.23mln).
In other news, China-focused PCG Entertainment (LON:PCGE) reported US$6mln in revenue in its latest quarter thanks to the recent acquisition of gaming software distributor Center Point Development Corporation (CPDC).
In the tech world, Motive Television (LON:MTV) renewed its maintenance and support services contract with Mediaset Premium.