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The Greatland Gold is a renowned and well established mineral exploration company. It also operates as a mineral development company wherein it majorly channels its resources and focus on gold. The gold exploration and development processes are based out of Tasmania and Western Australia.
Greatland Gold has a portfolio of exciting projects with proven reserves and gold and nickel deposits in highly prospective geological areas. In under-explored sections of these identified mineralized environments, the Company is actively developing projects. Many activities are continuously undertaken by the group.
These activities include mapping and sampling of soil along with performing geophysical surveys and drilling on the identified sites. Continuous analyses of historical data and regional geophysics are also undertaken by the group. This then aids in the analysis of incoming geochemical and geotechnical data which in turn helps in the evolution and advancement of projects towards effective resource realization.
The company is working on various projects which focus on mineral exploration. These projects include the Havieron project, Bromus project, Warrentinna project and many other.
The Havieron project is spread out over a hundred and thirty five square kilometers in the Paterson region of Western Australia. It is situated at a favorable location which is about forty kilometers to the east of the Telfer gold mine.
The Ernest Giles venture is situated over two hundred kilometers north-east of Laverton. It occupies an unexplored Yilgarn Craton of over two hundred seventy square kilometers.
The Bromus project is located more than 25 km southwest of Norseman. The venture Firetower is situated in northern Tasmania about 65 kilometers west of Launceston and about 35 kilometers south of Devonport.
The Warrentinna venture is situated in north-eastern Tasmania, about 60 kilometers north-east of Launceston.
In the exploration and mining industry, it is widely recognized that the next wave of large deposits would come from under-cover areas that have not historically been subject to significant exploration. The organization has concentrated its activities and gained land on specific targeted areas based on this understanding. Exploration work is performed as a sequential, results-based, systematic geological analysis to determine the ability of the project areas for mineral resources.
Australia offers a great opportunity for exploration potential to be created. Countries and states have developed mining codes, stable government, skilled labor force, and excellent infrastructure, with an exploration and mining industry established. The organization is also conducting global research and evaluations of programs.
The company follows are strict code of exploration ethics and principles. They identify and acquire new projects at attractive valuations in safe jurisdictions with the potential of tier-one (multi-million ounce gold). The next step is to focus on those opportunities with the potential to host large-scale deposits that may be attractive to major / medium-sized mining firms. Current exploration techniques and detailed data processing are routinely applied to get quicker, lower exploration potential assessment. They stress the use of cutting-edge geophysical and geochemical methods to increase the likelihood of successful drilling campaigns. Wherever possible, they maintain 100% ownership of the project to allow flexibility in expanding the scope of development options and eventual monetization which could be a probable sale, joint venture or spin-out via an initial public offering.
The Paterson Project is a high potential project and under its umbrella includes the Havieron, Paterson Range East licenses and Black Hills. It is well spread out and spans over nearly four hundred square kilometers of under-explored land in Western Australia. The location, which is the Paterson Province is rich with intrusion-related gold-copper structures such as the Telfer deposit, the area is highly prospective and can be high on yield. Greatland has identified multiple targets across its licenses with this location being a prime one. Recent drilling has demonstrated the potential to represent a very large mineralized system.
This site is located in the northern Tasmania region and is central to both west of Launceston and Devonport with a distance of just sixty five and thirty five kilometer respectively. The Firetower project consists of over sixty square kilometers of stratigraphically similar Mt. Read Volcanic Series rocks.
The aforesaid project consists of their owned property with gold and copper targets within close to twelve kilometers of prospective rock strike across the region. For its highly skilled workforce, this location successfully provides excellent facilities of infrastructure and access.
The Panorama project is another promising project which consists of three adjacent exploration licenses. It is well spread out and spans out to over a hundred and fifty square kilometers. It is strategically located in an area in the Pilbara region in Western Australia. This area is considered highly prospective for gold and cobalt exploration.
The aforesaid project is located in Western Australia. This lies approximately two hundred fifty kilometers to the north-east of Laverton in the Yilgarn. The site is spread out over one thousand three hundred square kiometers of unexplored Yilgarn Craton. This is a high prospect site for greenstone belts and intrusives with over twi hundred kilometres of prospective rock strike.
The Warrentinna project is located to the north-east of Launceston in north-east Tasmania. It covers an area of nearly forty square kilometers and has a prospective gold strike of fifteen kilometers. For its highly skilled workforce, this location successfully provides excellent facilities of infrastructure and access.
The Bromus project is located in the southern Yilgarn region. This is again in Western Australia and is twenty five kilometers to the southwest of Norseman. What is another favourable point is that it is just sixty kilometers to south of the historic Chalice gold mine.
The Bromus exploration project license covers over fifty square kilometers of the Archean Yilgarn Block. This is under-explored greenstone & intrusive granites located at the southern end of the Kalgoorlie-Norsman Belt. This site hosts over a hundred and twenty M oz Au and numerous other nickel deposits.