This free two-day investor webinar will include presentations from some of Australia's most exciting emerging resource companies.
  • Red 5 (ASX: RED)
  • DeGrey Mining (ASX: DEG)
  • Pilbara Minerals (ASX: PLS)
  • Chalice Gold Mines (ASX: CHN)
  • Northern Star Resources (ASX: NST)
Mark Williams - Managing Director
Since last appearing at RRS, Red 5 has taken major steps towards realising its vision of becoming a multi-asset, mid-tier gold producer operating two long-life production hubs in Western Australia’s Eastern Goldfields Region, one of the world’s most attractive gold districts.

Red 5 is currently mining underground at the Darlot and King of the Hills (KOTH) gold mines, with ore from both locations processed at the Darlot Processing Plant.

A recent Final Feasibility Study has confirmed the potential to develop a stand-alone bulk open pit and underground mining and processing operation at KOTH, underpinned by a 4.1Moz Mineral Resource and an Ore Reserve of 2.4 million ounces – positioning KOTH as one of the top ten largest Reserve-endowed gold deposit in Australia.

With gold production at KOTH due to commence in the June Quarter 2022, Red 5’s two independent production hubs will have a target production profile exceeding 250,000 ounces of gold a year.
Glenn Jardine - Managing Director
De Grey Mining (ASX: DEG) has triggered one of the modern era’s great new gold rushes, with its large-scale Hemi discovery sparking a surge in intrusion-hosted gold exploration in WA’s Pilbara region – an area more traditionally known for its large-scale iron ore deposits.

Hemi is part of De Grey’s Mallina Gold Project, which hosts an existing Mineral Resource of 2.2Moz of contained gold, with no current contribution from the Hemi discovery. Hemi is rapidly emerging as a world-class gold system, currently defined over an area extending more than 3km north-south by 2km east-west and to more than 400m depth, with the mineralisation remaining open along strike and at depth.

Exploration programs are now focused on extending the existing mineralised zone, as well as finding the next discovery – with four look-alike targets identified with a 10km radius of Hemi.
Ken Brinsden - Managing Director
Pilbara Minerals (ASX: PLS) is an Australian lithium-tantalum producer which has firmly cemented its position as a major participant in the world’s rapidly growing lithium supply chain, underpinned by the burgeoning electric vehicle (EV) and energy storage markets.

The Company’s 100%-owned Pilgangoora Project in WA hosts one of the world’s largest hard rock lithium-tantalum deposits and is recognised as one of the most important new sources of lithium raw materials globally.

Over the past 12 months, Pilbara Minerals has demonstrated a deft and adaptable operating strategy, moving swiftly to preserve the significant inherent value of the Pilgangoora Project through the recent sharp downturn in lithium pricing.

These steps have included moderating production in the short-term to prudently manage cash-flow, completing plant optimisation works, and expanding its relationships with major participants in the global battery industry.

Collectively, these work programs mean that Pilbara Minerals is well placed to ramp-up to meet increased demand and capture value further down the supply chain as market conditions rebound.
Alex Dorsch - Managing Director
Chalice Gold Mines (ASX: CHN) returns to the RRS podium as one of the standout success stories of the past year, thanks to its globally significant nickel-copper-PGE (platinum group elements) discovery at the Julimar Project, in Western Australia. The significance of this find has been reflected in a soaring Chalice share price, up over 1300% year-to-date.

Julimar delivered an exceptional intercept of 19m grading 8.4g/t palladium, 2.6% nickel and 1.0% copper from the first hole ever drilled in March this year, and has since delivered a host of standout results – helping to define not just a new discovery but an entirely new mineral province in WA.

Chalice has an unexplored, ~26km long layered mafic-ultramafic intrusive complex at Julimar with district-scale potential, with the initial focus of exploration on the ~1.6km x 0.8km Gonneville Intrusion at the southern end of the complex, where five shallow high-grade mineralised zones have been defined to date.

Step-out and Resource definition drilling is underway, with the aim of delivering a maiden Mineral Resource Estimate in mid-2021. In addition to Julimar, Chalice also holds the >5,000km2 Pyramid Hill Gold Project, located near the Fosterville Gold Mine in Victoria, and the Hawkstone Nickel-Copper-Cobalt Project in the frontier West Kimberley region, WA.
Bill Beament - Executive Chairman
Northern Star Resources (ASX: NST) is a major ASX-listed gold miner with operations in WA and Alaska. Its mines include Jundee in WA, 50 per cent of KCGM, which owns the Kalgoorlie Super Pit, and the Pogo project in Alaska.

The Company’s production guidance for the current financial year stands at 940,000 – 1,060,000 ounces and this is forecast to rise by 40 per cent over the next three years. Northern Star’s strong growth outlook is underpinned by a vast gold inventory comprising reserves of 10.8Moz and Resources of 31.8Moz.

Northern Star recently announced a proposal to merge with Saracen Mineral Holdings (ASX: SAR) to create a top-10 global gold company targeting production of 2Moz a year in tier-1 locations.