Share Talk Investor Evening – 29th March, London, 2019. Presenting Thor Mining Plc, Panther Metals Plc, Emmerson Plc, ECR Minerals Plc, Cobra Resources PLC. Ticket booking link HERE
The Counting House is located right in the heart of the City, at the junction of Cornhill and Gracechurch street. Bank tube station is just a short walk away.
Presenting on the night
Thor Mining PLC(ASX:LON: THR)
Thor is an exploration and development company with an advanced tungsten/molybdenum project poised for development, a growing tungsten resource, an exciting copper development project, and an interest in a lithium exploration company.
Thor is listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in London and the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
Company Website www.thormining.com
Panther Metals Plc (NEX: PALM)
Panther Metals invests in or acquires companies or projects within the natural resources sector which have the potential for growth and value generation over the medium to long term.
The Company will utilise its extensive international network to identify opportunities in base, precious and energy metals. The Company will focus its search on highly attractive and established and politically stable mining jurisdictions such as Australia, North America and Canada.
Company Website www.panthermetals.co.uk
Emmerson Plc (LON: EML)
Emmerson plc is a potash development company focused on the development of the Khemisset Potash Project in Northern Morocco.
- The rapid advancement of the Khemisset Potash Project through its technical studies targeting the development of a low capex, high margin mine.
- Further exploration in the prospective Khemisset Basin to expand its mineral resources and increase potential mine life.
- Opportunistic appraisal of additional advanced, financially attractive, assets within the agriculture sector which would allow Emmerson to become the world’s only mid-tier multi-nutrient fertiliser producer.
Company Website www.emmersonplc.com
ECR Minerals Plc (LON: ECR)
ECR Minerals plc (the “Company”) is a mineral exploration and development company wholly owned Australian subsidiary Mercator Gold Australia Pty Ltd has 100% ownership of the Avoca, Bailieston, Moormbool and Timor gold exploration licences in Central Victoria, Australia.
Company Website www.ecrminerals.com
Cobra Resources PLC (LON: COBR)
The Company will focus on projects located in Australia and Africa but not limited to a particular geographic region. The Directors propose to invest in companies and/or projects within the natural resources sector with a particular focus on opportunities in selected base, battery and precious metals.
In selecting acquisition opportunities, the Board will focus on companies and/or projects that are available at attractive valuations and hold opportunities to unlock embedded value or where there is the prospect of adding considerable value.
Company Website www.cobraresourcesplc.com
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Company Website www.sicapital.co.uk
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