Entrée Gold jumps on Oyu Tolgoi licence deal progress

Mongolia says will take 34% of Entrée. Vancouver-based explorer shares add 10%.

Entree Gold upgrades and expands resources at Ann Mason

"With over 5 billion pounds of copper estimated at the indicated level and another 3.5 billion pounds estimated at the inferred level, Ann Mason should now be recognized as a significant deposit in one of the best mining jurisdictions in the world."

Entree Gold loses $5.3 million in Q1

Entree Gold said a $5.3 million net loss in the first quarter of 2011 was due to increased exploration activities at its Yerington copper porphyry projects in Nevada. "We are advancing our Yerington projects to development through systematic drilling and upgrading of known deposits and by exploration of additional targets. We have been building our team and operations in Yerington and are strongly encouraged by the initial drilling results we have received. In addition, substantial exploration and development work is underway on our properties in Mongolia," Entree Gold president and CEO Greg Crowe said on Friday.