Kinloch (Boss Energy JV)
The Kinloch Project, located in eastern South Australia, is a collection of four tenements held in association with Boss Energy. The project tenure covers 3,184 square kilometres of prospective basement rocks of the Cambrian-Ordovician Delamerian Orogen and overlying Cenozoic Murray Basin sediments. The project is 120km SW of Broken Hill in NSW.
The Booleroo Project comprises a single 202km square tenement ~40km east of Port Augusta. The project covers outcrop of the prospective Tapley Hill Formation Shale, and sits north along strike of the historic Spring Creek copper mine, where the host rocks have been faulted and displaced to the east by several kilometres.
The Club Terrace Copper-Gold Project comprises four exploration licences covering 752km2 across Victoria and New South Wales. The main target at Club Terrace is large, untapped, orogenic gold and associated copper mineralisation associated with the regional-scale Combienbar Fault system.