Kaisar Reef Limited is an Australia-based gold mining company. The company was founded in September 2019 and got listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in February 2020. The stocks of the company trade under the ticker KAU on the ASX.
With headquarters in Perth, KAU is a gold-focused producer owning and operating the A1 gold mine in Victoria and premium gold projects within the Lachlan Fold Belt across NSW and Victoria. The gold miner acquired Centennial Mining Limited in January 2021, overtaking its full interest in the operational A1 gold mine, Maldon processing plant and Maldon Goldfield project.
Victoria Operations: The A1 gold mine is located in Eastern Victoria within a northwest-trending belt of tightly folded Early Devonian sedimentary rocks. The ores extracted from the mine is sent to the Carbon in leach (CIL) gold processing facility located at Maldon. The Maldon Goldfield has been a historic gold producer and KAU intends to intensively explore this project.
The company’s wholly owned Porcupine processing plant allows Kaiser Reef to process the gold ores and optimise the profit margins of the operations.
In addition to the Victorian assets, KAU also holds exploration assets in New South Wales.
Lachlan Fold Belt Assets: The tenements of NSW are located in Stuart town which is a highly prospective region for large-scale intrusion-related gold systems.
The publicly available geophysical data indicates that large and shallow felsic potassic radiometric signatures.
Additionally, KAU also holds Macquarie North Project that sits over the highly prospective Macquarie Arc within the Lachlan Fold Belt. The licence area also covers 80km of interpreted strike containing highly prospective copper-gold porphyry mineralisation. The prospective target rocks are associated with copper and gold mineralisation in the intrusive igneous rocks, which are overlain by sediments of variable depths and negligible exploration history.