About This Webinar
Cobra Resources (LSE:COBR) is an exploration and mining company with advanced exploration projects in South Australia. Its flagship Wudinna Project, a farm-in with Andromeda Metals ltd, contains a JORC gold resource estimate of 211,000 ounces and is located on the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia.
The Company’s portfolio also includes the Prince Alfred Copper Mine, a historic (19th Century) copper mine located 100km NE of Port Augusta. Regionally the Company has over 20 priority exploration targets, as well as 4 potential IOCG (Iron Oxide Copper Gold) targets.
- Company Introduction
- Investor Presentation
- Question & Answer Session
♦ Experienced mining-side business development professional.
♦ Considerable experience as an Executive Director and Non-Executive Director in Australia and internationally.
♦ Significant experience in the commercial and legal aspects of large project acquisitions and divestments.
♦ Demonstrated ability to negotiate greenfield exploration farm-ins and strategic alliances throughout the Asia Pacific region.
♦ Highly developed skills in negotiating and managing complex joint venture relationships with Asian partners.
♦ A track record of effectively leading multi-disciplinary technical teams in Australia and globally.
♦ Broad commodity experience, including iron ore, coal, manganese, and base metals, along with diverse project experience in Mongolia, the United States, Peru, Indonesia and Australia.
♦16 years with Rio Tinto Iron Ore and Rio Tinto Copper Projects incorporating exploration, production, resource development, business improvement and technical marketing.
♦ Track record of accomplishment in leading greenfield OoM and pre-feasibility studies, including a joint venture with two major Japanese steel makers.
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