A very large iron ore deposit within a few kilometres of the railway line in northeastern South Australia
Grants is a large hull-shaped iron ore deposit with a JORC Inferred resource of 304 million tonnes of 24% Fe
(at an 18% Fe cutoff).
Grants Basin is one of the largest iron ore discoveries in Australia in recent decades with an Exploration Target
of 3.5-3.8 billion tonnes of 24-28% Fe
(only 25% of the basin area is drilled).
VERY LARGE IRON ORE RESOURCES
Pilbara scale project with vast potential resources and potentially decades supply of high quality fines suitable for pelletising.
FAVOURABLE MINING PARAMETERS
Iron ore extends from surface with minor overburden resulting in a low stripping ratio for the proposed open pit mine.
DIVERSE METALS PORTFOLIO
Ore mineralogy is similar to the Maldorky iron ore deposit and beneficiation characteristics are expected to be similar.
MINING FRIENDLY SA
8 km to under-utilised railway line that connects to ports in the west. South Australia is a low sovereign destination that enforces world's best practice ESG standards.
Mining Leases granted.
No known environmental permitting or development issues.
100% ownership of secure mining tenure and surrounding land in low sovereign risk,
Close to railway line (16km) and regional mining centre of Broken Hill (60km)
World's best mining practice
and environmental protection
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