About Cutting Edge

From acorns, big trees grow. The Melbourne Mining Club’s commitment to the resources sector is highlighted in our Cutting Edge events which provide a forum for small-to mid-cap exploration and development companies to showcase their activities, management and business strategies in an informal gathering on a Tuesday afternoon, starting at 5.30 pm, at the Melbourne Town Hall.

Five times a year, the movers and shakers in minerals exploration, engineering, technology, investment, and service and supply providers gather to hear from Australia’s innovative and emerging mining industry businesses within the more informal environment of the Swanston Room at the Melbourne Town Hall.

Our highly-popular Cutting Edge series is sponsored by the Victorian Government Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action as well leading international professional services group, PwC Australia.

Dynamic Melbourne-based engineers, Mincore, sponsor our post-event networking.

Proposed dates for 2023:

Tuesday 7 March; Tuesday 9 May; Tuesday 18 July; Tuesday 12 September; Tuesday 14 November.

PLEASE NOTE: These dates are subject to confirmation. All guests must comply with the government and venue requirements.

Safety is the number one priority of the Australian minerals industry. This includes taking a conservative approach to protecting the health of participants at Melbourne Mining Club events. Therefore dates for events may need to change. Decisions will be informed by the latest official advice. We thank you for your continued support and understanding.


Next Cutting Edge

Flynn Gold
Group 6 Metals
Rex Minerals

Date:    18 Jul 2023

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Time: 5:30pm sharp (registrations open 5:00pm) Price:   Ticket Price: Admission is free however registration is essential
Location Swanston Room, Melbourne Town Hall

Flynn Gold (ASX : FG1) is an Australian mineral exploration company with a portfolio of projects in Tasmania and Western Australia. The Company has eight 100% owned tenements located in northeast Tasmania which are highly prospective for gold as well as tin/tungsten. The Company also has two zinc-lead silver tenements on Tasmania’s mineral-rich west coast. In addition, Flynn Gold has purchased the Warrentinna Gold Oroject and the Firetower Gold and Battery Metals Project both located in northern Tasmania. Flynn has also established a portfolio of gold-lithium exploration assets in the Pilbara and Yilgarn regions of Western Australia. (Speaker: CEO & MD, Neil Marston)

Group 6 Metals (ASX : G6M) is making exciting progress at its Dolphin Tungsten Mine on King Island, with first production of tungsten concentrate announced on 1st June. Process plant commissioning is nearing completion. The Company is focused on ramping up and improving plant performance to achieve 400,000tpa capacity. The Dolphin Tungsten Mine currently has a 13-year mine life with potential to extend through development of the Bold Head Resource, and evaluation of the large exploration area surrounding the mine.
Tungsten is a critical mineral used in important industrial applications. Recent announcements regarding ballistics manufacture in Australia and the Climate, Critical Minerals and Clean Energy Compact should see Western-produced tungsten play an important role in these initiatives. (Speaker: MD & CEO, Keith McKnight)

Rex Minerals Ltd (ASX:RXM and OTCQB:RXRLP) is a copper and gold development company. It has two key assets, both 100% owned and both company-defining opportunities – the Hillside Copper-Gold Project in South Australia and the Hog Ranch Gold Property in Nevada USA. Fully permitted, Rex is moving ahead with Hillside financing and operational readiness plans, targeting 42ktpa copper and 30kozpa gold, with first concentrate timed for Q4CY2025. Hog Ranch has a JORC-compliant Mineral Resource of 2.2Moz gold. (Speaker: CEO & MD, Richard Laufmann)


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