3.1 million ounces of gold in JORC Mineral Resources in the Kalkaroo project, which is a large gold deposit in its own right.
Excellent logistics, being located in northeastern South Australia near Broken Hill with the Transcontinental railway and main highway nearby.
An ethical source of gold from a low sovereign risk, tier 1 environmental, social and governance (ESG) destination.
Very high exploration potential for new discoveries in the surrounding 100% owned exploration licences.
– One of the largest undeveloped open pit copper-gold deposits in Australia
- Contains 3.1 million ounces of gold and within this resource is a 100 million tonne open pit Ore Reserve that contains more than 1.4 million ounces of gold (90% Proved).
- Project is well advanced with granted mining lease, completed PFS, land ownership,
- Mining planned to commence in late 2021 on a lower capital gold open pit at West Kalkaroo, before transitioning to the large scale copper-gold sulphide project.
- Drilling of several promising targets, with either prior ore-grade gold drill intersections or highly elevated surface gold geochemical anomalies is planned in 2021.
Copper, gold, cobalt JORC Mineral Resource inventory – 1.3 million tonnes of copper, 3.2 million ounces of gold and 43.4 thousand tonnes of cobalt.
Kalkaroo copper-gold-cobalt deposit – 100 million tonne open pit JORC Ore Reserves of 0.474 million tonnes of copper and 1.4 million ounces of gold.
Mutooroo copper-cobalt-gold deposit – 13.1 million tonnes of 1.5% copper, 0.16% cobalt and 0.20 g/t gold open pit massive sulphide deposit.
Iron ore – three deposits namely Maldorky and Grants JORC Resources and Grants Basin, with potentially several billion tonnes of iron ore mineralisation.
Over 16,000 km² of highly prospective mineral tenements in South Australia – unmatched elsewhere in Australia.
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