Proactive will host a Copper Webinar on Tuesday, February 23, featuring three ASX-listed copper companies set to highlight upcoming plans.
The webinar will also be live-streamed on the Proactive YouTube channel, which can then be viewed at any time following the presentation.
To register please follow this link.
Castillo Big One discovery
Castillo Copper’s (ASX:CCZ) managing director Simon Paull will highlight the company’s large discovery at Big One deposit within the Mt Oxide Project in Queensland’s Mt Isa copper belt.
CCZ extended the discovery on February 10 after receiving final results from its 2020 drilling program.
The company is planning a site visit to collect key data and further the JORC-compliant resource modelling as well as IP survey roll-out.
Alicanto to discuss Swedish projects
He will also discuss the recent acquisition of the complementary Sala Silver Project just 100 kilometres from Greater Falun.
The Sala project was once Europe’s largest silver producer with output of more than 200 million ounces at grades of up to 7,000 g/t silver.
AQI has already identified several new untested targets to the southwest of Sala as a result of structural folding of the same stratigraphic sequence as the Sala orebody and the Prince mineralisation.
Havilah to discuss Kalkaroo flagship
Lastly, Havilah Resources (ASX:HAV) technical director Chris Giles will discuss the company’s large copper resource at the flagship Kalkaroo project in South Australia, which also includes gold, cobalt and rare earths.
Also mentioned will be a binding MOU with Aroha Resources Pty Ltd for the exploration and potential development of uranium interests.
Aroha would secure the exclusive uranium exploration and mining rights for sediment-hosted uranium deposits within specified Havilah’s exploration licences – consistent with its overarching strategy of maximising value of the significant pipeline of exploration projects in South Australia.
When: Tuesday, February 23
Time: 12pm Sydney time / 9am Perth time
To register please follow this link
Questions for the speakers can be submitted before and during the presentations by email to John Phillips at [email protected] or by text to 0431 597 771.