Clean TeQ is focused on the development of the Clean TeQ Sunrise Project, located in New South Wales, using their proprietary Clean-iX® continuous ion exchange technology. The Project is ideally positioned to become a major supplier of critical raw materials – nickel sulphate and cobalt sulphate – to the lithium ion battery industry; an industry which is rapidly expanding demand due to growth in the electric vehicle market. With support from its major investors, Mr. Robert Friedland and Pengxin International Group, and a highly experienced management team. A Definitive Feasibility Study was completed earlier in 2018 and the Company is currently progressing project financing and product offtake negotiations, with construction of the Project expected to commence in early 2019.
Reserve a table:
To book a branded table at the Asia Mining Club Luncheon for your team and invited guests, please contact Club Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org or +852-9191-0630.
Special Branded table price is HK$8,000 for 10 pax.
Or reserve your individual ticket today via www.asiaminingclub.org or contact Club Secretary at email@example.com or +852-9191-0630. Individual ticket price is HK$700.
Spaces are limited, so please reserve your seats asap to avoid disappointment!
Date - 18 Sep 2018 (Tuesday)
Time - 12:00pm Reception, 12:30pm Lunch, 2:00pm Close
Venue - Watermark Seafood Bar and Grill,
Level P. Central Pier 7, Star Ferry,
Central, Hong Kong
Price - HK$700 per person; HK$8,000 per branded table
Dress code - Business Attire
Sam Riggall, Chief Executive Officer, is a highly experienced mining industry professional who has previously held roles with Ivanhoe Mines Ltd, including as Executive Vice President of Business Development and Strategic Plannin. In that role he was responsible for securing the agreement to develop the Oyu Tolgoi copper / gold mine in Mongolia, as well as managing Ivanhoe’s other global business development opportunities. He has previously been a director of Ivanhoe Australia Limited and Oyu Tolgoi LLC. Prior to Ivanhoe, Sam worked for over a decade in a variety of roles in the Rio Tinto Group, covering project generation and evaluation, business development and capital market transactions.