ASX-listed companies with interesting yet diverse stories will present to investors in Sydney and Melbourne at next week’s Proactive CEO Sessions.
Five companies will present in Sydney on Monday, June 3 - West Wits Mining Limited (ASX:WWI), Global Energy Ventures Ltd (ASX:GEV), XTEK Ltd (ASX:XTE), Emmerson Resources Ltd (ASX:ERM) and King Island Scheelite Ltd (ASX:KIS).
The Melbourne session on the following day, Tuesday, June 4, will also feature five companies – West Wits Mining, Global Energy Ventures, Xtek, ShareRoot Ltd (ASX:SRO) and Tempus Resources (ASX:TMR).
Both events are filling fast but there are still some seats available. Bookings can be made via www.proactiveinvestors.com.au/events.
West Wits Mining chairman Michael Quinert will outline the company's strategy to investors.
The primary focus is the Witwatersrand Basin Gold Project in South Africa for which a scoping report was recently accepted by the mining regulator.
This will enable progression to the final stage of the mining licence submission process.
Witwatersrand hosts a resource of 3.65 million ounces grading 3.4 g/t gold which is the base for a full-scale mine development under the mining licence being progressed.
XTEK managing director Philippe Odouard will outline the growth opportunities for its XTclave protection products and XTatlas real time video solutions for western military forces.
The company recently obtained an order from the Australian Defence Force (ADF) valued at $2.1 million for x-ray equipment and training.
This equipment consists of advanced, portable, lightweight x-ray image capture units used to receive near real-time imaging in a variety of applications.
The order follows an international order earlier this month for XTEK’s proprietary XTatlas software technology.
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Global Energy Ventures’ executive director, corporate & finance Martin Carolan will discuss the company's natural gas marine transport solution.
The company further developed its global compressed natural gas (CNG) strategy during the March quarter in parallel with its CNG Optimum shipyard selection process, finalising ship technical specifications, construction and scheduling plans.
The combination of successful design, test and full technical specification documentation for the Optimum 200 ship establishes GEV as the only ‘construction ready’ marine CNG vessel globally.
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Emmerson Resources’ managing director Rob Bills will talk about the company's gold and base metals strategy.
The company is both a gold producer and gold and base metals explorer with assets in the Northern Territory and New South Wales.
Its producer status means that the company generates cash flow, which is in the form of a 12% royalty on gold produced by its partner Territory Resources Ltd at the Edna Beryl underground mine.
At the NSW exploration projects, Emmerson recently intersected porphyry-style copper mineralisation.
The KIS tungsten story will be outlined by the company’s executive chairman Johann Jacobs at the Sydney session on Monday.
KIS is focused on taking advantage of an improved tungsten outlook by redeveloping the Dolphin Tungsten Project on the southeast coast of King Island in Bass Strait.
The company recently entered into an offtake agreement for tungsten concentrate from the high-grade project.
This deal encompasses the delivery of 1,400 tonnes of tungsten oxide (WO3) or 2,200 tonnes of concentrate over a four-year period to Austrian company Wolfram Bergbau und Hutten AG.
ShareRoot CEO Michelle Gallaher, who was Telstra'a 2017 Victorian Business Woman of the Year, will present in Melbourne on Tuesday.
The company is applying its existing expertise and platform technologies to deliver digital, data and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and services to the global healthcare sector.
Gallaher took over as CEO in March 2019 to lead a strategic review and change.
She was previously managing director and co-founder of The Social Science (TSS), a social media marketing agency that was acquired by ShareRoot in April 2018.
Tempus Resources' technical director Brendan Borg will discuss the company's new focus on gold in Ecuador, a rapidly evolving exploration hotspot.
The company entered an agreement last month to acquire two Ecuadorian companies that own three mineral exploration concessions.
These concessions, known as the Zamora Projects, cover 1,000 hectares adjacent to and within the same district as the world-class 9.48-million-ounce Fruta del Norte gold discovery.
In addition, Tempus also has a 2,195-hectare concession hosting the Valle del Tigre Project to the north of Fruta del Norte.
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