Projects

  • Ammaroo Phosphate Project, NT

    Territory Phosphate 100%

    The Ammaroo Phosphate Project includes a JORC Resource of over a billion tonnes of P2O5, a satellite resource at Ammaroo South 70 km away, a named prospect and...

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  • Karinga Lakes Potash Project, NT

    Territory Potash 100%

    The Karinga Lakes are dry salt playas. The lake sediments and the rocks beneath them contain brines which can be extracted and evaporated to produce potash minerals used...

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  • Weedens Phosphate Project

    Territory Phosphate 100%

    Previous exploration in the mid 1990s for under-cover Tennant Creek IOCG showed that the Cambrian section is at least 60m thick under parts of EL30672. The ground has...

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  • Patanella Phosphate Project, NT

    Territory Phosphate 100%

    Patanella on EL 24716 is a rock phosphate deposit on the opposite side of the Georgina Basin from Verdant Minerals' flagship Northern Territory Ammaroo Resource.

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  • Lake Amadeus Potash Project, NT

    Territory Potash 100%

    Six contiguous ELs applications cover all of Lake Amadeus in the NT.

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  • Lake Frome Potash Project, SA

    Territory Potash 100%

    A series of 3 granted titles of 2,718 km2 cover the entire Lake Frome in South Australia.

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  • Brunchilly Phosphate Project, NT

    Territory Phosphate 100%

    The Brunchilly Project consists of three contiguous phosphate ELs of 250 sub-blocks each, covering a total area of 2,439 km2 east of Bootu Creek Manganese Mine near...

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  • Dingo Hole Silica Project, NT

    VRM 100%

    This project is targeting potentially high-purity silica quartz rock. The titles are contiguous with and north of the Ammaroo phosphate project.

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  • Burge Bore Phosphate Project

    Territory Phosphate 100%

    This is a single EL that straddles the Central Australian Railway. Waterbore intercepts of phosphate and previous drilling by Vale indicate prospectivity. MIRA depth to...

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