Gold Hydrogen’s growing share price has caught the attention of business news publication Stockhead.

Workers at Ramsay 2 during drilling.

In an article headlined ‘2023 IPO stonks: Which stocks are seeing the best returns since their ASX debut this year?‘, Gold Hydrogen made the list for best growth, at No 2.

At the time of writing, only 7 of the 29 companies to list this year had seen share price growth on list price.

Stockhead said of Gold Hydrogen’s 66% growth: “Gold Hydrogen holds the Ramsay project in South Australia’s Gawler craton and is already seeing some early success.”

It highlighted our confirmation of high levels of hydrogen and a helium find at the Ramsay 1 site, and foreshadowed the second round of drilling now under way in South Australia at Ramsay 2.

Gold Hydrogen managing director Neil McDonald said it was pleasing to make the list.

“It’s a tough market out there, particularly in the resources sector. We’re ticking all the boxes so far, and long may that continue.”

Gold Hydrogen has been represented at investor and resources conferences from Melbourne to the Sunshine Coast, Sydney recently and just this week we’ve been at the major HNat conference in Perth. It focused on the hydrogen economy.

“The response has been incredible. So many people were unaware of the potential of natural hydrogen,” Mr McDonald said.

See the full Stockhead article here.