Alien Metals Ltd (AIM:UFO), a minerals exploration and development company, is pleased to advise that its Chief Executive Officer and Technical Director, Bill Brodie Good, will be presenting at the ‘Turner Pope Investments / Vox Markets Resources Webinar Evening’ on Thursday 3rd December 2020 at 5pm GMT.
Bill will provide an update on the Company’s silver and iron ore projects in Mexico and Australia including the movements in the silver and iron ore market.
Following its successful placing (announced 23 November 2020), Bill will touch on the Company’s plans to expand and accelerate its exploration programmes across its portfolio, as well as to continue to evaluate strategic opportunities.
The Company has a number of projects including the Los Campos and San Celso silver projects in Mexico, the Elizabeth Hill silver Project and Hamersley iron ore projects in Western Australia.
To watch the webinar please use the following link to register your interest: https://voxmarkets.brand.live/c/tpi-investor-webinar
Notes to Editors
Alien Metals Ltd is a mining exploration and development company listed on AIM of the London Stock Exchange (LSE: UFO). The Company’s focus is on precious and base metal commodities.
Alien Metals has embarked upon an acquisition-led strategy headed by a high-quality geological team to build a strong portfolio of diversified assets including two recent acquisitions in 2019. These include the Brockman and Hancock Ranges high-grade (Direct Shipping Ore) iron ore projects and the Elizabeth Hill Silver projects both located in the Pilbara region, Western Australia.
In addition to progressing and developing its portfolio of assets and following its strategic review of its portfolio of silver and precious metals projects in Mexico, Alien Metals has identified priority exploration targets within its 9 mining concessions which it is working to advance systematically. The Company’s silver projects are located in the Zacatecas State, Mexico’s largest silver producing state which produced over 190m oz of silver in 2018 alone accounting for 45% of the total silver production of Mexico for that year.
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