Caravel is currently capitalised at $120m, it's a relative small fry in the scheme of things still, but as you'll see we've got a very large project that we are working to take through to development. We've got a good shareholder base fairly closely held by the people who are close to the project and we've got an experienced management team who've got a very strong project development and operational background. We're not an explorer. We're very much focused on this project and taking it into production.
Caravel Minerals had the pleasure of participating in the highly anticipated Resources Rising Stars Investor Conference, which took place at the prestigious RACV Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast in 2023. As one of the keynote events in the resources industry, this year marked the conference’s 20th anniversary.
Held on May 16 and 17, the conference showcased an exceptional lineup of junior and mid-tier resource stocks. It presented a unique opportunity for investors to engage directly with company executives and gain firsthand insights into their respective stories. Attendees had the choice to participate in person at the RACV Royal Pines Resort or conveniently watch the conference via the live stream.
Caravel Minerals, led by its accomplished Executive Director Alasdair Cooke, a veteran with over 30 years of experience in the mining industry and more than 15 years in managing public resource companies, introduced our very simple yet significant project located within a 30km mineralised corridor 150km northeast of Perth in Western Australia’s southwest Yilgarn Terrane.
The company proudly presented the Caravel Copper Project, Australia’s largest undeveloped copper project during the conference and enjoyed meeting investors face to face during the day and night time events. This remarkable undertaking promises to have a substantial impact on the industry. Caravel Minerals encourages you to explore their presentation, providing valuable insights into this world-class, long-life project producing for the low-carbon era of copper demand.