Proactive will host a Gold Webinar next Tuesday, November 24, as strong prices and market fundamentals continue to focus global attention on the precious metal.
Three Australian resource companies – Twenty Seven Co Ltd (ASX:TSC), Nexus Minerals Ltd (ASX:NXM) (FRA:YAK) and Mako Gold Ltd (ASX:MKG) - will be in the spotlight to highlight remaining objectives for the year and upcoming plans for 2021.
Twenty Seven Co
First to present on the day is TSC’s chief executive officer Ian Warland (above).
The company recently acquired the advanced Mt Dimer Gold Project in Western Australia, which is highly prospective for Archean gold.
Mt Dimer is 200 kilometres north of Southern Cross in WA’s Goldfields and south of the company's flagship Rover Project.
Nexus Minerals' managing director Andy Tudor (above) will discuss its portfolio of gold projects in Western Australia, with plans advancing at the Pinnacles JV Gold Project to undertake a pit optimisation study and mine development plan.
The company hopes this will assist in determining the financial viability of establishing a gold mining operation at Pinnacles.
Due to a pre-existing ore sale and purchase agreement with Saracen Mineral Holdings Limited (ASX:SAR) (ASX:SAR), there is minimal capital expenditure required to initiate mining, with any ore mined to be processed through Saracen’s nearby Carosue Dam Operation.
Lastly, Mako Gold’s managing director Peter Ledwidge (above) will outline to investors next steps at the Napié Project in Côte d’Ivoire, where the company has recently hit assays of up to 143 g/t gold.
During the September quarter the company increased the strike length of mineralisation by 250 metres on the Tchaga prospect, where gold mineralisation is now encountered over a strike length of at least 1.6-kilometres.
- Date: Tuesday, November 24
- Time: 9am WST/12pm EST
To register, please click on this link: https://event.webinarjam.com/register/31/r4gr3tv2
Send any questions to John Phillips at [email protected]