Turner Pope Investor Evening February 2019

Turner Pope Investor Evening February 2019

Our first Investor Evening of the New Year of 2019 was a great success held on Monday 11th February at The City’s 5* hotel, The Ned. The following companies attended who provided us with an update on the progress of their ongoing projects and plans for the New Year.


  • Anglo African Oil & Gas – David Sefton, Executive Chairman
    The company is focusing on developing its Congo based asset, Tilapia. On the back of successful drilling, the company is updating shareholders on hitting the targeted Djeno zone as well as addressing recent concerns over financing.


  • Bluerock Diamonds – Adam Waugh, Chief Executive Officer
    Diamond production at the Kareelvei mine has increased in recent months and hot on the heels of some larger diamond finds, the company is updating shareholders on recent progress and discuss the use of funds from the recent placing.


  • Coro Energy – James Menzies, Chief Executive Officer
    Southeast Asian focused Oil & Gas company who have recently announced an interest in the exciting Duyung field which is located offshore Indonesia, an area known for its large gas fields.


  •  Reabold Resources – Sachin Oza, Co-Chief Executive Officer
    Co-CEO Sachin updates shareholders after a recent period of drilling its onshore Californian assets. The company is also currently drilling the offshore UK well Colter alongside a number of AIM listed companies.


  • Tower Resources – Jeremy Asher, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
    CEO & Chairman Jeremy Asher will be speaking with shareholders following a recent find by Total located close to the company’s asset, Algoa-Gamtoos.


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