Proactive to host a gold webinar on Tuesday, May 11, featuring three companies on the path to gold production
Three speakers will each present for 12 minutes during the online event, followed by a five-minute question-and-answer session.
Proactive will host a gold webinar on Tuesday, May 11 at 12 noon Sydney time, showcasing three companies at different stages on the path to gold production – () (OTCMKTS: MZZMF), () (OTCMKTS: TGMGF) and ().
Each company will present for 12 minutes, followed by a 5-minute Q&A session that will be streamed live on the Proactive YouTube channel for viewing any time after the event. Click on here to register.
Questions for speakers can be submitted before and during online presentations by emailing John Phillips at [email protected] or by SMS 0431597771.
Cape Ray Campsite by Matador Mining.
The first to present will be Matador Mining Executive Chairman Ian Murray.
Last week, the company launched its 2021 exploration program at the Cape Ray gold project in Newfoundland, Canada, in what is shaping up to be its largest program to date.
This program aims to expand gold mineralization around known deposits while testing up to nine new new target zones.
The company plans to use an innovative ATV-mounted motorized screw multi-element geochemical drilling program for systematic and rapid definition of advanced targets for follow-up diamond drilling.
Theta Gold Mines
Next in line is Theta Gold Mine non-executive chairman Bill Guy, who will highlight key investment takeaways and discuss the most recent at his flagship Theta project in South Africa.
The company made strong progress in early 2021, completing key project milestones, financing, the first underground mining reserve, and the first underground pre-feasibility study.
The team delivered a first underground pre-feasibility study (PFS) based on only 16% of Theta Gold’s 4.5 million ounces of gold underground and includes only three of the 43 historic mines recorded in the project area.
Finally, Andrew Corbett, Managing Director of Kingston Resources, will discuss the company’s production path on the 3.6 million ounce Misima gold project in PNG, where a definitive feasibility study has begun.
Project drilling resumed with positive gold and silver assay results returned from resource drilling at the southern end of the main Umuna deposit ahead of a third quarter resource update.
The company ended the March quarter with a cash balance of $ 13.5 million.
When: Tuesday May 11
Time: From 12:00 p.m. (AEST)
Register: Click on https://event.webinarjam.com/register/58/6k43xh0w record.