Join us for our virtual investor lunch series on Wednesday, 2 September 2020 featuring Kin Mining, DevEx Resources, Alicanto Minerals and New World Resources.

The forum will feature 15-minute presentations from each company, with investors also having the opportunity to submit questions.
Wednesday September 2, 2020, starting at 10:30 AM AWST
  • Kin Mining
  • DevEx Resources
  • Alicanto Minerals
  • New World Resources
Kin Mining (ASX: KIN; market cap: $83.7M)
Andrew Munckton - Managing Director
Kin Mining has been attracting plenty of investor interest following a string of impressive drilling results from its flagship Cardinia Gold Project, located near Leonora in Western Australia’s North-Eastern Goldfields. The latest round of drilling commenced in June, underpinned by a successful recent $7.7 million capital raising, aimed at expanding the existing 945,000 ounce Mineral Resource base and making new discoveries outside of the known deposits. Initial results have confirmed strong gold mineralisation across multiple prospect areas. This drilling program is expected to deliver strong news flow over the coming months, with an updated Resource Estimate scheduled for later this year.
DevEx Resources (ASX: DEV; market cap: $52.4M)
Brendan Bradley - Managing Director
DevEx has two high-impact drilling and exploration programs underway, the first targeting new discoveries in the world-class Lachlan Fold Belt of NSW, and the second targeting nickel-copper-platinum group elements (PGE) targets in close proximity to Chalice Gold Mines’ emerging Julimar PGE-nickel-copper-gold discovery near Perth. Drilling is scheduled to commence shortly at the Basin Creek Gold Project in NSW targeting a large-scale, unbroken system of gold anomalies that spans +3.5km in length. In WA, recent geochemistry results have confirmed a large prospective area at the Sovereign Project, with results indicating compelling similarities to the nearby Julimar discovery.
Alicanto Minerals (ASX: AQI; market cap: $47.7M)
Peter George - Managing Director
Alicanto Minerals is gearing-up to start drilling at its Greater Falun copper-gold project in Sweden next month, with +4,000m of diamond drilling planned targeting extensions to known high-grade mineralisation. The drilling will test a revolutionary new theory that copper-gold mineralisation surrounding the ancient (~1,000 year old) Falun mine is in fact skarn-based, not VMS as traditionally thought. The exploration campaign is guided by a new leadership team that includes former Bellevue Gold Chairman, Ray Shorrocks, as Chairman; former Mineral Resources executive Peter George as Managing Director; current Bellevue Gold director Michael Naylor as CFO; and former Chief Exploration Geologist for Boliden, Erik Lundstam, as Chief Geologist.
New World Resources (ASX: NWC; market cap: $39.4M)
Mike Haynes - Managing Director
New World Resources is working to bring the high-grade Antler Copper Mine in Arizona, USA, back into production. Antler is an advanced VMS deposit where around 70,000 tonnes of high-grade ore was mined between 1916 and 1970 – from surface to a depth of around 150m at an average grade of 2.9% copper, 6.9% zinc, 1.1% lead, 31g/t silver and 0.3g/t gold. NWC’s maiden drilling program commenced in March, with results delivering broad continuous intercepts of massive and semi-massive sulphide mineralisation with the thickness of the mineralisation appearing to increase substantially with depth. A maiden JORC 2012 resource and Pre‐Feasibility Study are targeted for completion by the end of 2020.
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