The countdown is on for the inaugural Executive Insights Virtual Conference which will offer investors the opportunity to sign-in for free and listen to exclusive commentary from some of the nation’s best junior ASX-listed companies.
Kicking off on Thursday 7 March at 12pm AEDT / 9am AWST the conference will feature short presentations and Q and A’s from:
- Alan Stein managing director of Calima Energy (ASX:CE1)
- Wayne Bramwell CEO of Artemis Resources (ASX:ARV)
- Iggy Tan managing Director of Altech Chemicals (ASX:ATC)
Calima Energy is an ASX-listed oil and gas explorer currently developing its maiden well in the prolific Montney basin, which is Canada’s most active oil and gas play.
The Company has 72,000 acres of drilling rights and neighbours including international operators Shell, ConocoPhillips and Petronas Canada.
The region’s liquids-rich hydrocarbon reserves are being targeted for LNG export alongside domestic and international oil market opportunities.
Artemis Resources is an exploration and development company with base, battery and precious metals assets in the Pilbara region of WA.
Artemis owns 100% of the Radio Hill processing plant, located approximately 35 km south of the city of Karratha and
is pursuing a hub and spoke strategy to develop projects within close proximity to the plant.
The Company, developing its tenements, including the renowned Carlow Castle Au-Cu-Co project and the Armada Cu-Au tenement in the Paterson Ranges, as well as a host of conglomerate gold projects, including 47K patch and Purdy’s Reward, where the company has a 50:50 joint venture with Novo Resources.
Altech Chemicals Limited is aiming to become one of the world’s leading suppliers of high purity alumina (HPA).
HPA is a high-value, high margin and highly demanded product which is a critical ingredient for the production of synthetic sapphire. Synthetic sapphire is used widely in the electronics industry, and is also a component of scratch-resistant glass used for wristwatches and smartphones.
Altech has completed a Final Investment Decision Study for the construction and operation of a 4,500tpa HPA plant in Malaysia. The plant will produce HPA directly from kaolin clay, which will be sourced from the Company’s wholly-owned kaolin deposit at Meckering, Western Australia.
Individuals registered for the Virtual Conference will be sent a link to watch the conference with viewers able to see the presentation and the presenter on the one screen.
Each of the three presenters will give a 15-20 min presentation and participants will be able to ask questions during the presentation, to be facilitated by an MC.