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Recent investor and news videos about AIS Resources.
AIS Resources’ Phil Thomas Reviews Our Highly Prospective Fosterville-Toolleen Gold Project
AIS Resources President & CEO Phil Thomas provides provides an update on the company’s Fosterville-Toolleen Gold Project in the Lachlan Fold Belt located 12 kilometers from the large Kirkland Lake Fosterville Gold Mine. Phil also provides an overview of the our other two AIS Resources gold projects — the Yalgogrin Gold Project in West Wyalong and the Kingston Gold Project located north-west from Stawell, Victoria.
Feb 19, 2021 – AIS Resources Holds Conference Call to Update Investors
AIS Resources’ Phil Thomas and Martyn Element provide an update about the company’s new advanced gold project acquisitions and the current exploration actvities and future plans. This is a region that has been referred to as ‘Elephant Territory’ because of the numerous gold mines discovered and located there.
AIS Resources’ Phil Thomas on the New Advanced Gold Project Acquisitions in Gold-Rich Lachlan Fold Belt
AIS Resources President Phil Thomas provides details about the company’s new advanced gold project acquisitions in a recent interview. He shares his vision about the future of the projects and facts about the gold-rich Lachlan Fold Belt, within which the projects are located. A region that many are saying is ‘Elephant Territory’ because of the numerous gold mines discovered and located there.
Zach Martin of TIC Radio, New York interviews Phil Thomas, President & CEO of A.I.S. Resources. They discuss the three new advanced gold projects located in Victoria and New South Wales, in the gold-rich regions of Australia. One project is located only 12 km from the 7.58 Moz Kirkland Lake Fosterville Gold Mine.
A.I.S. Resources President & CEO Philip Thomas discusses the company’s two new highly prospective gold properties in Australia.
A.I.S. Resources signs binding LOI to acquire advanced gold project in NSW Australia.