The Ewan tenements have historic QNRMW data showing deposits of molybdenum, copper, tin and gold primarily in hosted vein structures. The tenements encompass the Tinvale mineral fields and previous exploration by Geological Survey of Queensland and several mining companies have shown mineralization in vein structures which at the time were uneconomic
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The Borium Project tenement surrounds the Kidston Gold Mine lease which has a historical production of over 3,500,000 ounces of gold valued at >A$2.1 billion. This mine targeted a breccia pipe structure and it is not unexpected that further occurrences could be identified on these tenements. The tenement holding is approximately 300km2 and covers a significant number
This tenement encompasses part of the historic Stannery Hills district which was a significant tin producing area in the early part of the 20th century. The area consists mainly of metasediments and granitoids of the O’Briens Creek Supersuite, together with parts of the Featherbed Volcanics, Ootann Supersuite and Almaden Supersuite.
The tenements around the Mt Carbine No.1 Mine, forming the Mt Carbine Extension, are a historically rich region for tin-tungsten mineralisation. The Mt Carbine No.1 Mine itself generated over 16,000 tonnes of tungsten during operation extracted from sheeted vein and skarn systems known to extend over 7 km long and to depths of over 650 metres.
The Mungana tenements are located within the Georgetown Inlier, and 25 km south-west of the Red Dome Mine. Red Dome (pictured below) was a copper-gold mine with over 24 million tonnes of ore extracted and reflects the polymetallic regional geology showing copper-gold skarns, tin and wolfram veins, quartz vein hosted gold, copper-molybdenum-fluorite-quartz
The Croydon Extension, covering regions of the Croydon Volcanic Group, is just east of the historic Croydon Goldfield which generated around 513,000 ounces of gold and in addition significant quantities of tin.
The Featherbed tenements contain extensive granitoids of the O’Briens Creek Supersuite and Ootann Supersuite and are prospective for a variety of commodities including tin, tungsten, molybdenum, copper, lead, gold and silver. These tenements cover part of the Herberton-Mt Garnet tinfield which was one of the major tin mining areas in Australia,
Kidston Extension Project
As the name suggests, these tenements surround the Kidston Gold Mine lease which has a historical production of over 3,500,000 ounces of gold valued at greater than A$2.1 billion. This mine targeted a breccia pipe structure and it is not unexpected that further occurrences could be identified on these tenements.
The Featherbed tenements cover parts of historic mining areas which have produced a variety of commodities including tin, tungsten, molybdenum, bismuth, gold, silver and lead. The numerous mineral occurrences within these tenements have potential for delineation of depth extensions since many have never had any exploratory drilling.
Silver Valley-Browneville Project
The Silver Valley and Brownville regions are historically mineralized regions in Queensland and one of the richest regions for tin mining in Australia. This region is a significant producer of both tin and tungsten.
Stannary Hills Project
The Stannary Hills region is the most densely mineralized regions in Queensland and one of the richest regions for tin mining in Australia.