This free two-day investor webinar will include presentations from some of Australia's most exciting emerging resource companies.
  • Greenvale Mining (ASX: GRV)
  • Sunstone Metals (ASX: STM)
  • Bellevue Gold (ASX: BGL)
  • Kingston Resources (ASX: KSN)
  • Auteco Minerals (ASX: AUT)
Neil Biddle - Managing Director
Greenvale Mining (ASX: GRV), a company with a long history on the ASX, makes its debut at RRS this year following a transformational restructure which has seen it recapitalised and re-energised with the installation of new leadership comprising the core ex-Pilbara Minerals team, Neil Biddle, Tony Leibowitz and Alan Boys. With almost $5 million in cash and the Biddle-Leibowitz-Boys combination dominating the register, the lightly capitalised explorer is sure to garner significant attention at RRS this year given the impressive track record of its Directors.

Executive Director Neil Biddle will be presenting in-person at the RRS Gold Coast hub, outlining the Company’s plans to unlock value from both its Alpha Torbanite Project in central Queensland with a near-term production strategy and its district-scale IOCG exploration play in the Barkly Tableland in the Northern Territory.

Discovered 80 years ago, Alpha is one of only two known torbanites in Australia. Recent work by SRKConsulting has demonstrated its potential to produce three high-value, high-quality products – bitumen, light crude and activated carbon – and work is about to get underway on a commercial development strategy which will see a Feasibility Study delivered by the middle of next year. One of the objectives is creating a domestic source of bitumen supply (all of Australia’s bitumen is currently imported).

Then there’s the Georgina IOCG Project in the NT, assembled by Biddle and his team in their private capacity before being vended into Greenvale. Here, Greenvale is leveraging off Government-funded frontier drilling by Geoscience Australia targeting the theory that the tectonic zone between Tennant Creek and Mt Isa is prospective for IOCG deposits. Success could deliver game-changing returns.
Malcolm Norris - Managing Director
Sunstone Metals (ASX: STM) owns 87.5% of the Bramaderos gold-copper-silver project in Ecuador. Bramaderos hosts six highly-ranked gold-copper porphyry systems, all of which are mineralised but only partially tested, and a belt of epithermal gold-silver targets. Sunstone also holds 24% of the Stockholm-listed Copperstone Resources. This stake is worth about A$20 million.

Stage One of Sunstone’s exploration campaign delivered some highly promising results and these are being used to help narrow the search as part of Stage Two. Following the relaxation of COVID-related restrictions, recent drilling has focussed on the Espiritu epithermal gold-silver target. At the time of writing, the first assays from this program were pending.
Luke Gleeson - Head of Corporate Development
Bellevue Gold (ASX: BGL) is exploring and developing the high-grade Bellevue gold mine in WA. The project has a total resource of 2.3 million ounces, including an Indicated Resource of 860,000oz at 11.6gpt. Bellevue is set for further growth in this inventory, with a host of outstanding results from infill and resource extension drilling still to be included in the estimate.

In parallel with the aggressive drilling program, Bellevue is developing the underground mine. It has recently completed a new portal, which will provide access to the extensive existing infrastructure. This will also enable Bellevue to accelerate drilling, while reducing costs, from underground platforms.
Andrew Corbett - Managing Director
Kingston Resources (ASX: KSN) has a clear vision to become a substantial new, low-cost gold producer in the Asia-Pacific region through the development of a new mining operation at its world-class 3.2Moz Misima Gold Project in PNG, leveraging off the mining history of what was one of the region’s most successful gold mines.

The Misima Project previously produced 3.7Moz between 1989 and 2004, delivering average production of 230,000ozpa at an extremely low all-in sustaining cost of US$218/oz, placing it firmly in the bottom 10% of the global cost curve.

Kingston is currently completing a Pre-Feasibility Study for a re-start of mining operations at Misima, which is on track for delivery in the December 2020 quarter.

Kingston also holds the Livingstone Gold Project, located near Meekatharra in WA. The Livingstone Project is emerging as a shallow, high-grade gold opportunity, with an existing JORC 2004 Resource of 49,000oz at 1.6g/t Au from surface.
Ray Shorrocks - Executive Chairman
Auteco Minerals ASX: AUT) is rapidly building a high-grade gold inventory at its Pickle Crow project in Canada. It recently increased the JORC Resource there to 1Moz at 11.3gpt. In addition, it has intersected high-grade mineralisation in several areas up to 250m away from the existing Resource, pointing to further growth in the inventory.

Auteco’s success in establishing such a substantial resource reflects the quality of the mineralised system at Pickle Crow, where another resource upgrade is planned in the first half of next calendar year. Pickle Crow produced 1.5Moz at 16gpt from 1935 until low gold prices forced its closure in 1966. After production stopped, little meaningful exploration was undertaken until Auteco took ownership.