HyEnergy Green Hydrogen

The HyEnergy Project is a potential ‘Renewable Green Hydrogen Project’ that is located in Western Australia's Gascoyne Region and covers a flat lying arid landscape with low intensity pastoral land use.

 

The Gascoyne coastal region with world class wind and solar potential combined with such close proximity to the regional centre of Carnarvon has many critical elements that will faciliate a potential commercial scale wind and/or solar farm designed to produce renewable green hydrogen for domestic and international markets.

Pascalle Au-Cu

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Pascalle Gold Project is in the world-class Paterson Gold Province 14km from Telfer (32Moz Au) and 20km from Havieron (incl 275m @ 4.8g/t Au) and shares many similarities with both.  Our exploration efforts will benefit from the greater understanding of geology from recent nearby discoveries.

Gascoyne Projects

Salt/SOP & Mineral Sands

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Mining is an increasingly valuable industry sector for the Gascoyne Region, contributing $303.6 million to the gross regional product in 2018-19.

The Gascoyne Project's central location, within the broader salt producing region of the North West which hosts the recent BCI Minerals Mardie Project and other major salt mines, should assist with the inherent potential of the project area.

The Gascoyne Project’s coastal sand dune systems have the potential to replicate the Strandline Resources 523Mt @ 1.11% Total Heavy Mineral (THM) Coburn Project further to the south at Shark Bay. Approximately 40km of strike extent of the Pleistocene Brown Range dunal sand formation has been mapped within the project area. 

Gnama Ni-Cu-Co

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Gnama Nickel Project is located at the southern end of the Fraser Range, host to numerous recent nickel discoveries including Nova-Bollinger, acquired by IGO for $1.8 billion.  RC drillhole intersections include;

16m @ 0.6% Ni, 0.14% Cu and 0.13% Co from 36m and 20m @ 0.57% Ni, 0.17% Cu and 0.08% Co from 28m.