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Volume 1, Issue 287
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Western Australia’s resistance to the pandemic and a strong gold price helped boost exploration company coffers during the June quarter, with ASX-listed juniors bringing in $1.34 billion in the period, according to business advisory firm BDO. Dominic Piper spoke with BDO’s Global Head of Natural Resources Sherif Andrawes about the “tsunami of money” coming into the Australian market and what impact COVID-19 factors have had.
Just as Western Areas had reached a critical milestone with the firing of the full-face development of the Odysseus decline, managing director Dan Lougher sat down with Dominic Piper to discuss how an asset unwanted by others is starting to shape as an important source of nickel on a global scale. Odysseus was part of the Cosmos complex acquired by Western Areas in 2015 and is now on track to deliver first underground ore in Q1 FY2022.
Diggers & Dealers
In its 29th year, Diggers & Dealers promises to be a memorable one for so many reasons. Sky-high prices for an array of commodities would usually see Kalgoorlie bursting at the seams, however, a global health crisis has meant tight border controls will prevent delegates from around the world and Australia’s East Coast attending this year. Nevertheless, 53 corporate presentations over three days will garner wide-spread attention and Paydirt will be there once again to cover the event for all angles.
The tussle for control of Ghanaian gold-focused Cardinal Resources escalated last month as Shandong upped its bid to $1/share, while ASX-listed companies Cobre and Mali Lithium have proposed to partake in projects in Botswana and Mali, respectively. Paydirt reports
Australian Nickel Conference
The 25th Australian Nickel Conference is certain to be like no other. Unprecedented times globally and the changing nature of nickel demand will provide the backdrop for Australia’s nickel fraternity to debate where the industry is heading. The Australian Nickel Conference programme filled up well ahead of this year’s event at the Pan Pacific Hotel, Perth on October 6.
For over 25 years, the Australia’s Paydirt monthly publication has delivered news, opinion and features focusing on the latest developments in the resources sector worldwide.
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