Land Package Overview
Early cash flow potential
Blue sky gold region opportunity
Large under explored land package
*these has come from Mt Clifford underground.
Includes Both Mt Clifford and Jungle Well granted mining leases
Over 20km of contiguous strike for the first time
Minimal exploration at depth
Small scale underground mine operating for the last 10 years – recently poured 60oz from 15t of material (approx: 140g/t)
Mount Clifford Prospects
PVW Resources has secured over 20km of strike from Mt Clifford to the North through Jungle Well
Contains 2 granted mining leases
Same porphyry shear zone
King of the Hill announces 1.9m oz on same structure as Mt Clifford
Three operating Gold mills within 50km on well defined road networks.
Red 5 Darlot mine 830ktpa CIP plant.
1.2Mt reserve @ 6g/t
402 room camp
2.5Mtpa CIL plant
270 room camp
St Barbara’s Gwalia
1.2-1.8Mtpa CIP plant
1.9Mt reserve @7.5g/t
Blue sky prospect with major gold producers as neighbours
KKO-113 56 to 60m 4m @ 3.00g/t Au
KKO-116 68 to 76m 8m @ 4.2g/t Au
Closest mine is the Callie – owned by Newmont
One of the most productive Gold mines in Australia.
Produced 419k ounces last year
Reserves of 24.4Mt @ 5.7g/t
Tanami – Seismic Data
Similar to Gordon Sirdar we are fortunate enough to have Seismic surveys running across our tenement in the Tanami
Currently being processed to further understand the structures at depth
This will further compliment the high grade RC results on our lease.
Lowest cost region of the world to explore for gold
Woodcutters field: 1.4Moz of gold at an average grade of 1.5 g/t gold
Paddington: 191k ounces with a mill grade of 1.97g/t
Kanowna Belle: 262kt ounces sold last year and have a resource of 8.6M ounces
Gordon – Sirdar Seismic Data
Seismic survey running across our tenement has already been completed by Geoscience Australia
Currently being processed to further understand the structures at depth.
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The information in this document that relates to the exploration results and exploration targets is based on information compiled by Mr Neal Leggo, a consultant geologist with over 30 years’ experience in minerals geology including senior management, consulting, exploration, resource estimation, development, underground mining and open pit mining. Neal Leggo completed a Bachelor of Science with first class honours at the University of Queensland in 1980; is a Member of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (Member No. 1996) and thus holds the relevant qualifications and professional association membership required by the ASX, JORC and VALMIN to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in the JORC Code. Mr Leggo is a part time consultant of the company. Mr Leggo has sufficient experience which is relevant to the style of mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration and to the activity which he is undertaking to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in the 2012 Edition of the ‘Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves’. Mr Leggo consents to the inclusion in this document of the matters based on his information in the form and context in which it appears.