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Eagle Nickel Ltd - Exploration company with nickel, uraninum and molybdenum projects.
Eagle Nickel Ltd - Exploration company with nickel, uraninum and molybdenum projects
Dr Zhukov (Zeke) Pervan - Chairman
Leslie John Field - Managing Director
John Watts - Director
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The Barramundi Pool Project is located on the edge of the Kimberley Basin adjacent to the King Leopold Mobile Zone and covers anomalous nickel results from previous stream sediment sampling. The topography of this area is very rugged forming part of the Mueller Range.
The Bunjo Well Project is just west of Yalgoo about 350 km northeast of Perth. One of the largest known deposits of molybdenum in Western Australia is the Mulgine Hill Deposit about 20km to the south of Bunjo Well. The project is largely covered by recent alluvium and laterite which was sampled by the CSIRO looking for mineral anomalies in laterite
The Hooley Well Project is located in the Archaean Narryer Terrain in the far north-west of the Yilgarn Craton close to the boundary of the Gascoyne Complex. The Narryer Terrain is an elongated greenstone belt composed largely of metamorphosed sediments bounded by Archaean granites and gneisses, which predominate in the Yilgarn Craton.
This project contains a known mafi c/ultramafi c layered igneous intrusion, of about 70km˛ in area, intruded into the Archaean Narryer Terrain. Extensive exploration has outlined several chromite seams but less exploration has specifi cally targeted nickel and PGEs. This layered igneous intrusion may contain ortho-magmatic mineralisation similar to a number of deposits
Lake Moore Project
The Lake Moore Project targets uranium mineralisation within a Tertiary Lake System, which overlies a radiogenic Archaean basement granite. Lake Moore is a dry playa lake located south of Paynes Find, 320km north-east of Perth on the Yilgarn Craton.
The Lansdowne Project area is prospective for the occurrence of conglomerate hosted uranium deposits similar to the Blind River Uranium Deposit in Canada. The area has a number of radiometric anomalies in the King Leopold Sandstone. The King Leopold Sandstone contains a radioactive conglomerate layer near its base which has been the subject
The Mokine Hills Project is situated on the Western-Central portion of the Yilgarn Block in Western Australia. The project area lies east of the Darling Fault in the South-west of Western Australia.
Two granted tenements are the focus of the exploration for molybdenum minerals. The project areas are both in the Yilgarn Craton, with one area containing two outcrop areas of molybdenum minerals while the other area has returned anomalous values for molybdenum from laterite sampling by the BMR.
The Mulkerins Gap Project is favourable for the occurrence of Unconformity Type uranium deposits, similar to the deposits of Rum Jungle, Jabiluka and Ranger. This type of deposit requires a deep cover of oxidised quartz rich sediment over a reduced basement, together with large dilational faulting to facilitate the movement of acidic brines which may carry uranium in solution.
The Texas Downs Project is located in the Halls Creek Mobile Zone in the Eastern Kimberley Region, and represents a large untested area which is anomalous in nickel and copper from past stream sediment sampling. Many of the anomalous results occur along a north east trending corridor, which could be coincident with a fault off the major trans-current Halls Creek
The Twin Swamps project is located about 250 km east of Wiluna in the Proterozoic Nabberu Basin on an up-domed area south of Lake Carnegie. An aeromagnetic survey over the Twin Swamps area also included a radiometric survey which is generally flown in conjunction with the magnetics in this type of survey.
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