Platina Resources (ASX:PGM) buoyed up on completing acquisition of Xanadu gold project

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Platina Resources (ASX:PGM) buoyed up on completing acquisition of Xanadu gold project

 Platina Resources (ASX:PGM) buoyed up on completing acquisition of Xanadu gold project
Image source: PGM Presentation, dated 28 May 2021

Summary

  • Platina Resources has completed the acquisition of the Xanadu Gold Project following the allotment of ~12.73 million fully paid ordinary shares. 
  • The Company intends to commence the exploration phase at the project, further boosting its gold presence in Western Australia.
  • The recently acquired gold project enjoys immense appeal due to lack of systematic follow-up exploration campaigns on encouraging intercepts. 

Focused on advancing early-stage projects, Australian explorer Platina Resources Limited (ASX: PGM) is making all the right moves to expand its gold presence in Western Australia.

Effectively steering its initiatives, the Company has announced the completion of the acquisition of the Xanadu Gold Project following the allotment of ~12.73 million fully paid ordinary shares as consideration. 

In addition, Platina Resources has issued two million shares for introduction and advisory services concerning the project acquisition.

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Source: PGM Presentation, dated 28 May 2021

Located in the Ashburton Basin, Xanadu lies 38 kilometres southeast of Paraburdoo and 95 kilometres south of Tom Price. In what would mark a strategic stride for PGM, the completion of the acquisition process would kick off the exploration phase at the Xanadu Gold Project. 

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Xanadu boasts strong potential

The recently acquired project has immense potential for favourable exploration outcomes, as a systematic exploration campaign has never been undertaken to follow up on several economic-grade gold drill intercepts of significant width. 

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The Xanadu Project has an extensive alteration system, which is hosted within sediments and carbonates considered prospective for intrusion-related gold mineralisation such as the Hemi discovery of De Grey Mining Limited (ASX:DEG) and the Telfer Gold Mine of Newcrest Mining Limited (ASX:NCM).

Xanadu also exhibits strong similarities to the Carlin gold deposits, located in Nevada (US). 

Xanadu’s geology bolsters its upside

The significant upside of Xanadu can be attributed to several factors. The project, which has a favourable regional-scale structural setting, is located 7 kilometres to the east of the multi-million-ounce Mt Olympus gold deposit. Furthermore, a large and intense hydrothermal alteration system, extending for a strike extent of more than 10 kilometres, hosts widespread gold mineralisation. 

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The project’s host lithology also includes a highly reactive rock called the Duck Creek Dolomite, which is considered a favourable host to the target intrusion-related and Carlin styles of gold mineralisation.

At the project, immediate targets from the surface and at depth are present within the interpreted east plunging alteration system.

Platina advancing exploration strategically

The Company’s exploration strategy will initially cover low-cost geophysics and geochemistry for building a deeper knowledge of the Xanadu project’s geological potential. It would also define both shallow and deeper targets for drilling.

Platina believes in the significant potential to develop upon the known oxide mineralisation. From a long-term perspective, the Company plans to target primary mineralisation present within the alteration core of the system, which has never been subject to drill testing in the historical programs. 

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PGM shares traded at A$0.078 on 23 June 2021 (at 02:39 PM AEST).

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