THE RAPTOR PROJECT - NORTHERN TERRITORY
The Raptor Project is located approximately 400km northwest of Alice Springs, Northern Territory.
Nickel (Ni), Copper (Cu), Cobalt (Co)
The Raptor Project covers the Willowra Gravity Ridge (WGR) in the south-eastern Tanami Province of the Northern Territory. The WGR is a prominent gravity anomaly defining the southern margin of the Northern Australian Craton, and represents a deep lithospheric domain boundary. Furthermore, prospective mafic-ultramafic intrusions with the potential to host magmatic Ni-Cu sulphides have been interpreted over a relatively unexplored strike length of 300km along the WGR confirming the potential of the Raptor Project.
COPPER COAST - SOUTH AUSTRALIA
The Copper Coast Project is located approximately 200km north-west of Adelaide, South Australia and is accessed by sealed road to Port Pirie and Augusta.
Copper (Cu), Cobalt (Co)
The Copper Coast Project is situated along the Torrens Hinge Zone on the western margin of the Adelaide Rift Complex, South Australia. The project is prospective for sediment-hosted copper (cobalt) mineralisation where favourable Neoproterozoic reductant rocks of the Tapley Hill Formation or Amana Shale may have been impinged on older Proterozoic mineralised Gawler Craton basement highs.
LYONS RIVER PROJECT - WESTERN AUSTRALIA
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The Lyons River Project is located approximately 200km due west of Carnarvon, Western Australia and is accessed by sealed road.
The Lyons River Project is located along the eastern margin of the Carnarvon Basin where hydrogeochemical sampling has identified a coincident 150km x 30km lithium-boron-fluorine anomaly interpreted to be associated with shallow marine- lacustrine carbonate and evaporite sequences.