When investors think of Endomines, most people, think of Finland. So what's behind the surprising move to Idaho? We met up with Saila Miettinen-Lähde in advance of his presentation at Mines and Money London to learn more.
Oliver has seven years’ experience as an equity research analyst, having worked at VTB Capital where he covered global natural resources companies and the commodity markets. He is also a member of Young Mining Professionals. We caught up with him ahead of Mines and Money London.
Andes Resources is a public company with 80kHa of licenses in the pro-mining district of Antioquia- Colombia highly prospective for epithermal gold and copper/gold porphyries. After 4 years in acquisition mode they are now primed to methodically drill test their numerous priority targets and contribute to the 65Moz gold equivalent already discovered within 30km of their holdings. We caught up with the MD Jason Stirbinskis in advance of Mines and Money London
What is it that keeps driving Alex to success? Alex Black is the rare example of an Australian who has succeeded in Latin America. Firstly RioAlto, then RioAlto 2, Alex Black is a mining entrepreneur who has succeeded where others have failed. We caught up ahead of him before Mines and Money London
In this interview, Daniel Major, CEO of Goviex Uranium, shares with you why he believes uranium is the future.
At Mines and Money London, Andrew Thake caught up with John Lamb, who shares with us the vision of ASX to be a leading regional base and precious metals producer and how the Bawdwin deposit will help ASX set itself apart from others in this space.
A frequent speaker at Mines and Money, we caught up with Bert ahead of this year’s show.
What’s the link between social licence, community acceptance and societal acceptance? Why is having a sustainability policy key? And what can mining companies do to attract the next generation of mining talent? We caught up with Tom Butler ahead of his keynotes at imarcmelbourne.com and london.minesandmoney.com
Herencia Resources plc is a multi-commodity resources company listed on the Alternative Investment Market (‘AIM’) of the London Stock Exchange with a primary focus on developing its high-quality Projects in Chile. Herencia has been operating in Chile for over 8 years and is a well-established company in the Chilean resources sector with its head office in Santiago. We caught up with their CEO, Carl Dumbrell to talk to him about his project and how he runs his mining companies.