IMARC: Tempest to storm ‘premier mining event’ in Sydney

Tempest Minerals (ASX:TEM) will descend onto upcoming International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) held in Sydney just ahead of its Annual General Meeting on 24 November 2023.

Tempest Managing Director Don Smith will be presenting at IMARC, which is from 31 October to 2 November 2023.

Mining.com.au is an official media partner of the event, which will showcase 500-plus mining leaders and resource experts throughout 7 concurrent conferences.

Smith tells this news service he plans to use the forum to engage with investors and detail how Tempest has identified multiple ‘high-priority’ targets via a regional electromagnetic (EM) survey undertaken within its Yalgoo projects in Western Australia. 

Results from the EM survey indicate the presence of several exploration targets and, according to the MD, confirm the prospectivity of the project areas. 

Notably, he says multiple targets are coincident with existing exploration targets, including an EM anomaly at the 4km-long Remorse base metal target. The company expects to begin drilling work at the Remorse target in Q1 2024. 

“Tempest is attending IMARC because it has become one of Australia’s premier mining industry events. It’s a chance to showcase our company to a large audience and talk to investors and stakeholders

At IMARC, in his presentation Smith will speak about recent surface sampling results, a new exploration model, and what the completion of the Five Wheels acquisition means going forward.

Smith tells Mining.com.au ahead of the event that presenting at IMARC is a greatb opportunity for the company.

“Tempest is attending IMARC because it has become one of Australia’s premier mining industry events. It’s a chance to showcase our company to a large audience and talk to investors and stakeholders.”

Smith told this news service during the week Tempest was originally a lithium company, and the metal is still core to its story, however it’s not something Tempest is jumping exclusively into.

Write to Adam Orlando at Mining.com.au

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