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Based in Australia
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Twenty Seven Co. Limited is an Australia-based mineral exploration company. The Company is focused on minerals exploration across licenses in Western Australia and New South Wales (NSW). Its Projects include Rover Project, Mount Dimer Gold Project, Yarbu Gold Project, and NSW Projects. The Rover Project is located approximately 30 kilometers (km) east of Sandstone in WA, which is a base metal and gold-rich mineral region associated with the Archean greenstone belts of the Central Yilgarn Craton. The Mount Dimer Gold Project consists of a mining lease (M77/515) and exploration license (E77/2383), located circa approximately 100 km North-East of Southern Cross. The Yarbu Gold Project is located on the Marda-Diemals greenstone belt adjacent to Ramelius Resources. The Company's NSW Projects consists of three prospects, such as Midas, Trident and Perseus, located in the Broken Hill Block in New South Wales.

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Undaunted by the spread of omicron and a major chip shortage that has hindered the ability of many companies to deliver products, CES kicked off Wednesday morning in Las Vegas. "We know CES will be different... and messy," Gary Shapiro, chief executive of show organizer Consumer Technology Association, said in a keynote speech. "But innovation can be messy." Some 2,300 exhibitors from 19 countries are attending the three-day event, though attendance is expected to be about half of the 170,000 who last gathered for the last in-person CES in 2020. Despite the in-person absence of more than 150 companies that include Intel Corp. (INTC), Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD), AT&T Inc. (T), Nvidia Corp. (NVDA), Qualcomm Inc. (QCOM), International Business Machines Corp. (IBM), Google parent Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL)(GOOGL), Meta Platforms Inc. (FB), Microsoft Corp. (MSFT), HP Inc. (HPQ) and others, Shapiro hailed the inclusion of food tech, space tech, and NFT companies. The show ends Friday. General Motors Co. (GM) CEO Mary Barra was to deliver a keynote address, remotely, from Detroit.

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