Stocks to Watch: September

WHILE September is not a reporting period for most, it’s still shaping up to be a busy month.
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Evolution Mining will kick off today with its biennial strategy day, usually held in Sydney with an associated site visit to Cowal, but being held virtually this year for obvious reasons.

Sessions will include strategy, ESG and in-depth looks at key assets, including more detail around the potential of newly acquired Red Lake in Canada.

On September 10, BHP CEO Mike Henry will announce a renewed set of commitments and actions around climate change, including a 2030 target for reducing scope 1 and 2 emissions.

The announcement will also include a set of tangible actions relating to scope 3 emissions, updated portfolio assessment, and how the company is strengthening the link between executive remuneration and climate change.

Red 5 will release the final feasibility study for its King of the Hills standalone project in the Eastern Goldfields.

Mali Lithium has flagged the release of a definitive feasibility study for its Goulamina lithium project, but the main focus for the company will likely be securing as much as US$27 million in funding to acquire 80% of Barrick Gold and AngloGold Ashanti's Morila mine.

Clean TeQ Holdings will release the updated DFS for its Sunrise nickel-cobalt project in New South Wales late in the month, after revealing capital costs had risen by about a third since 2018 to almost US$2 billion.

A DFS is also due for Jervois Mining's Idaho cobalt operations.

Adriatic Metals should release the PFS for its Rupice polymetallic project after updating the resource today.

Blackstone Minerals is putting the finishing touches on a maiden resource and scoping study for its Ban Chang nickel project in Vietnam.

Bardoc Gold is expected to update the 3Moz gold resource for its namesake WA Goldfields project this month.

Tietto Minerals remains on track to update the 2.2Moz resource at its Abujar gold project in Cote d'Ivoire this month and analysts expect it to surpass 3Moz.

Hot Chili has been finalising the maiden resource for its Cortadera project, which Argonaut Securities has the potential to be about 500Mt at 0.65% copper equivalent.

Marvel Gold has flagged the release of a maiden resource for its Tabakorole gold project in Mali.

Assays are expected for both Alkane Resources' Boda gold-copper project and Alice Queen's neighbouring Boda East project.

Pan Asia Metals, Montem Resources and North Stawell Minerals are among the new listings expected, while SSR Mining should debut after completing a merger with Alacer Gold.

Gascoyne Resources is expected to be reinstated to trading on the ASX as it enters the final stage of a recapitalisation.

If you're in Western Australia, events are back on the cards, with the first post-virus physical conferences being held this month.

The WIMWA Summit will be held next Thursday and Friday with a series of smaller physical and streamed events over the two days.

Another new event for this year is the RIU Resurgence Conference, which will feature presentations from 46 resources companies and several keynote presentations.

The Precious Metals Summit and Americas Gold Forum, both usually held in Colorado, will also go ahead in a virtual format.