Projects

Jervois Base Metal Project

Geology

The Jervois Project is located on four Mineral Licences (ML 30180, ML 30182, ML 30829 and ML 32277) located within EL 25429 held by Jinka Minerals, a subsidiary of KGL Resources.


Base metal mineralisation at Jervois is hosted by a lower-to-middle amphibolite grade metasedimentary sequence of the Bonya Metamorphics. The Bonya Metamorphics is a unit in the Aileron Province of the Palaeoproterozoic eastern Arunta Region that reached peak metamorphism during the regionally extensive high-T low-P Strangways Event. The base metal mineralisation at Jervois is stratabound and contained within steeply dipping lenticular bodies (lodes) of calc-silicate, garnet-chlorite-magnetite rock and garnet-magnetite quartzite, within a thick succession of spotted andalusite-cordierite schist and quartz-sericite-magnetite schist. The mineralised sequence has a strike length of some 12km and a stratigraphic thickness up to about 600m.


Drilling at Rockface looking south towards the prominent ferruginous ridge

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