Over 1,000 exhibitors and 24,000 attendees from 130 countries met at the Metro Toronto Convention Center in Toronto, Canada to partake in the four-day conference spanning March 4 to March 7, 2018.
The conference saw a variety of presentations on base metals including one by Paul Robinson of CRU Group, who shared some outlooks for commodities. Joining him also from CRU Group was Ryan Cochrane, who talked about the outlook for zinc and what’s next for the metal.
During the conference, the Investing News Network caught up with the following companies focused on base metal exploration. Execs told us the most important things investors should know about their companies, as well as major near-term catalysts investors should be watching out for.
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Deep South (TSXV:DSM) CEO Pierre Leveille: The Electrification of Transport is Tied to an Increase in Copper Demands
Copper North (TSXV:COL) CEO Harlan Meade: Unusual Oxide Deposit in the North
Solitario Zinc (TSE:SLR) CEO Christopher Herald: The Mining Industry Is Not Producing Enough Zinc
Hannan Metals (TSXV:HAN) CEO Michael Hudson: The Irish Have Been Very Good At Finding Zinc
Benz Mining (TSXV:BZ) CEO Miloje Vicentijevic: We Have A Very Tight Structure And Supportive Shareholder Base
Northisle Copper and Gold (TSXV:NCX) CEO Jack McClintock: Our PEA Shows Robust Economics
Thunderstruck (TSXV:AWE) CEO Bryce Bradley: Fiji Is Going To Be The Next Hotspot for Exploration and Mining
Puma Exploration (TSXV:PUMA) CEO: Strategic Alliance with Trevali Mining
Editorial Disclosure: Deep South, Copper North, Solitario Zinc, Hannan, Benz Mining, Pasinex, Northisle Copper & Gold, ML Gold, Thunderstruck and Puma are clients of the Investing News Network. This article is not paid-for content.
The Investing News Network does not guarantee the accuracy or thoroughness of the information reported in the interviews it conducts. The opinions expressed in these interviews do not reflect the opinions of the Investing News Network and do not constitute investment advice. All readers are encouraged to perform their own due diligence.