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FYI Resources Inc.: Weitere Bohrergebnisse bei Cadoux verdeutlichen Eignung des Rohmaterials für HPA-Raffinierung

 

Weitere Bohrergebnisse bei Cadoux verdeutlichen Eignung des Rohmaterials für HPA-Raffinierung

 

 

FYI Resources Limited („FYI“ oder das „Unternehmen“) freut sich, die restlichen Analyseergebnisse des jüngsten RC-Bohrprogramms beim zu 100 Prozent unternehmenseigenen Kaolinprojekt Cadoux (EL/4673) in Western Australia bekannt zu geben.

 

Die Analyseergebnisse bestätigen die hochgradige Beschaffenheit der Ressource bei Cadoux und unterstützen die Auffassung von FYI hinsichtlich der Qualität und der Eigenschaften des Kaolins als geeignetes Rohmaterial für die Produktion von hochreinem Aluminiumoxid (HPA) (Aluminiumoxid mit einer Reinheit von 99,99 Prozent) unter Anwendung eines innovativen Prozessfließschemas, das zurzeit vom Unternehmen verfeinert wird.

 

Obwohl es aufgrund der verspätet eingetroffenen Analyseergebnisse zu geringfügigen Verzögerungen bei den metallurgischen Testarbeiten gekommen ist, geht die allgemeine Fließschemaentwicklung weiterhin gut voran, wobei die technischen Erfolge die Erwartungen der Manager in der vorläufigen Machbarkeitsstudie übertreffen.

 

Es wurden insgesamt 75 RC-Bohrlöcher auf 1.613 Metern abgeschlossen. Alle Bohrlöcher waren vertikal und wurden bis in Tiefen von zwölf bis 36 Metern gebohrt. Die meisten Bohrlöcher durchschnitten eine Mächtigkeit von über vier Metern Kaolin, wobei mehrere Abschnitte Mächtigkeiten von über 27 Metern Kaolin ergaben. Die Bohrungen umfassten Folgendes:

-          46 Bohrlöcher wurden gebohrt, um einen Teil der bestehenden Mineralressource in einem Bohrabstand von 50 mal 50 Metern zu ergänzen.

-          20 Zaunbohrlöcher wurden im Umfeld der bestehenden Ressourcen gebohrt, jenseits des zuvor erprobten Gebiets.

-          Sechs Zwillingsbohrlöcher wurden gebohrt, um die Ergebnisse der vorangegangenen Phase der Luftbohrungen zu überprüfen.

-          Drei Bohrlöcher wurden bei der restlichen Mineralressource in Abständen von 100 mal 100 Metern gebohrt.

 

-         Nun, da alle Analyseergebnisse eingetroffen sind, werden zwei Arbeiten unverzüglich durchgeführt:

-          Metallurgische Testarbeiten der Variabilität und Finalisierung von Kosten-Nutzen-Rechnungen

-          Zusammenstellung der Analyseergebnisse und deren Integration in ein überarbeitetes Ressourcenmodell für das Kaolinprojekt Cadoux durch den unabhängigen geologischen Berater von FYI, CSA Global. Die überarbeitete Mineralressource wird veröffentlicht werden, sobald sie abgeschlossen ist.

 

 

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Das Bohrprogramm wurde als Schlüsselkomponente zur Ergänzung des metallurgischen Studienprogramms von FYI sowie zur Entwicklung einer soliden HPA-Produktionsstrategie konzipiert. FYI wird die Raffinierung des HPA-Prozessfließschemas fortsetzen und die HPA-Produktionsstrategie weiterentwickeln.

 

Die Ergebnisse des letzten Probensatzes sind in Tabelle 1 unten angegeben.

 

CXRC-028 – Typisches Boden- und Kaolinprofil beim Projekt Cadoux

 

Roland Hill, Managing Director von FYI, sagte hinsichtlich der zusätzlichen Ergebnisse: „Die restliche Analyse der RC-Bohrungen stimmt mit den Ergebnissen der vorangegangenen Programme überein und unterstützt weiterhin unsere Meinung hinsichtlich der äußerst günstigen Eigenschaften der Lagerstätte Cadoux als Quelle von Rohmaterial für das innovative HPA-Fließschema, das wir zurzeit entwickeln. Das Verständnis der Geologie und der Mineralogie des Projekts ist von grundlegender Bedeutung für den Erfolg der HPA-Raffinierung und wir sind mit der Qualität der Ergebnisse hinsichtlich unserer Entwicklungsstrategie sehr zufrieden.“

 

 

 

Nähere Informationen erhalten Sie über:

 

Roland Hill

Geschäftsführer

roland.hill@fyiresources.com.au

Tel: 0414 666 178 

 

Simon Hinsley

Investor & Media Relations

Tel: 0401 809 653

simon@nwrcommunications.com.au

 

Über FYI Resources Limited

 

FYI positioniert sich derzeit als wichtiger Hersteller von hochreinem Aluminiumoxid (4N oder HA) auf dem sich rasch weiterentwickelnden Markt für LED, Elektrofahrzeuge, Smartphone- und Fernsehbildschirme und sonstigen verwandten Märkten für High-Tech-Produkte.

 

Grundlage für die von FYI Resources gewählte „Aluminiumoxid-Strategie“ bilden die hervorragende Qualität der Aluminiumoxid-(Kaolin)-Lagerstätte im unternehmenseigenen Kaolinprojekt Cadoux in Westaustralien sowie die positive Reaktion des Rohstoffes auf das vom Unternehmen gewählte HCl-Flowsheet (mittlere Temperatur, atmosphärischer Druck). Die Strategie des Unternehmens überzeugt mit qualitativ hochwertigen Eigenschaften, die in Kombination ein Aluminiumoxid-Projekt mit erstklassigem Potenzial ergeben.

 

Erklärung der kompetenten Person

Informationen in dieser Pressemitteilung, die sich auf die Mineralressource bei Cadoux beziehen, basieren auf Informationen in den Pressemitteilungen des Unternehmens vom 8. Mai und 26. Juli 2017 und können auf der Website des Unternehmens unter www.fyiresources.com.au aufgerufen werden. Informationen, die sich auf Mineralressourcen beziehen, basieren auf Informationen von Andrew Kohler, einer kompetenten Person (Competent Person) und einem Mitglied des Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. Herr Kohler ist ein Angestellter von Strategic Resource Management und ein Berater des Unternehmens. Die Mineralressourcenschätzung entspricht den Empfehlungen des Australian Code for Reporting of Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves (2012) des Joint Ore Reserves Committee („JORC“). Herr Kohler stimmt der Integration des Berichts in Form und Inhalt zu. Das Unternehmen bestätigt, dass keine neuen Informationen oder Daten vorliegen, die sich erheblich auf die in der ursprünglichen Marktmitteilung enthaltenen Informationen auswirken könnten, und dass alle grundlegenden Annahmen und technischen Parameter, die die Schätzungen in der entsprechenden Marktmitteilung untermauern, weiterhin gelten und sich nicht grundlegend geändert haben.

 

Informationen in dieser Meldung, die sich auf Explorationsergebnisse beziehen, basieren auf Informationen, die von Andrew Kohler erstellt wurden. Herr Kohler verfügt über eine ausreichende Erfahrung, die für diese Art von Mineralisierung und Lagerstätte sowie für seine Tätigkeiten erforderlich ist, um als kompetente Person (Competent Person) gemäß der Ausgabe von 2012 des Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves definiert werden zu können. Die Explorationsergebnisse entsprechen den Empfehlungen des Australian Code for Reporting of Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves (2012) des Joint Ore Reserves Committee („JORC“). Herr Kohler stimmt der Integration des Berichts in Form und Inhalt zu.

 

Die Ausgangssprache (in der Regel Englisch), in der der Originaltext veröffentlicht wird, ist die offizielle, autorisierte und rechtsgültige Version. Diese Übersetzung wird zur besseren Verständigung mitgeliefert. Die deutschsprachige Fassung kann gekürzt oder zusammengefasst sein. Es wird keine Verantwortung oder Haftung für den Inhalt, die Richtigkeit, die Angemessenheit oder die Genauigkeit dieser Übersetzung übernommen. Aus Sicht des Übersetzers stellt die Meldung keine Kauf- oder Verkaufsempfehlung dar! Bitte beachten Sie die englische Originalmeldung auf www.sedar.com, www.sec.gov, www.asx.com.au/ oder auf der Firmenwebsite!

 

TABLE 1

 

FYI RC drilling results – 2 metre composites (balance from May 2018 program refer to announcement

25 June 2018 for initial results)

ELEMENTS

Al2O3

Fe2O3

K2O

LOI

MgO

MnO

P2O5

SiO2

TiO2

UNITS

%

%

%

%

%

%

%

%

%

DETECTION

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.01

0.002

0.01

0.01

METHOD

FB1/XRF

FB1/XRF

FB1/XRF

/TGA

FB1/XRF

FB1/XRF

FB1/XRF

FB1/XRF

FB1/XRF

SAMPLE NUMBERS

 

Hole# CXRC050 (from 4m- 22m)

10596

21.26

7.11

0.1

8.66

0.12

X

0.005

61.68

0.86

10597

12.44

1.24

0.05

4.75

0.07

X

0.002

80.26

0.74

10598

25.45

0.78

0.09

9.35

0.06

X

0.06

63.2

0.68

10599

9.68

0.7

0.03

3.63

0.04

X

0.006

84.77

0.95

10600

30.17

0.76

0.14

11.2

0.09

X

0.19

55.52

1.48

10565

26.55

0.74

0.15

9.88

0.15

X

0.089

62.01

0.4

10566

22.25

0.85

0.16

8.33

0.07

X

0.073

67.65

0.41

10567

20.31

1.22

2.24

6.59

0.07

0.01

0.076

68.43

0.52

10568

18.01

1.16

4.97

4.23

0.08

0.01

0.079

69.84

0.58

Hole# CXRC053 (from 4m – 30)

10608

8.79

0.89

0.07

3.28

0.08

X

0.004

86.29

0.66

10609

6.9

0.5

0.02

2.52

0.04

X

0.004

89.29

0.67

10610

28.33

1.1

3.57

8.16

0.91

X

0.051

55.77

1.51

10611

5.81

0.41

0.01

2.2

0.04

X

0.006

90.21

0.9

10612

15.8

0.77

0.1

5.67

0.05

X

0.018

76.58

1

10613

25.32

0.79

0.11

9

0.06

X

0.023

64.06

0.48

10615

28.14

0.93

0.1

10.01

0.07

0.01

0.023

60.15

0.55

10614

26.39

0.4

0.29

9.47

0.05

X

0.018

63.18

0.15

10616

27.62

0.66

0.75

9.63

0.05

0.01

0.037

60.33

0.5

10617

18.56

0.73

3.41

5.22

0.04

0.02

0.03

70.51

0.83

10618

20.16

0.67

3.63

5.7

0.05

0.01

0.025

68.6

0.61

10619

19.22

0.97

4.75

4.88

0.04

0.01

0.035

69.23

0.53

10620

17.77

0.75

4.95

4.28

0.04

0.01

0.035

71.3

0.36

10621

18.63

0.77

4.75

4.04

0.17

0.01

0.054

69.8

0.32

Hole# CXRC046 (from 4m – 32m)

10512

10.32

0.54

0.05

3.87

0.05

X

0.014

83.27

1.69

10513

28.47

0.89

0.04

10.16

0.05

0.01

0.073

58.78

1.29

10514

28.69

0.68

0.07

10.35

0.06

0.01

0.101

58.36

1.4

10515

26.98

0.96

0.08

9.63

0.05

0.02

0.071

60.96

1.28

10516

26.79

0.56

0.08

9.8

0.05

0.02

0.076

61.2

1.25

10517

23.45

1.22

0.38

8.45

0.07

0.01

0.076

65.32

0.57

10518

20.35

0.65

1.54

6.78

0.05

X

0.079

69.91

0.27

10519

23.89

0.78

1

8.31

0.05

0.02

0.141

64.16

1.11

10520

22.54

0.75

1.91

7.5

0.05

0.01

0.148

65.8

0.93

10521

19.87

1.72

2.7

6.09

0.04

0.02

0.096

68.5

0.76

10522

21.46

1.07

1.62

7.26

0.04

0.02

0.075

67.05

1.03

10523

19.76

1.68

2.6

6.06

0.04

0.02

0.05

68.04

0.96

10524

18.62

0.6

3.74

5.21

0.03

0.02

0.045

70.04

0.91

10525

21.48

2.5

1.38

6.85

0.26

0.03

0.116

64.74

1.42

Hole# CXRC047 (from 4m – 26m)

10530

28.4

1.11

3.56

8.16

0.92

X

0.052

55.65

1.51

10531

12.04

1.94

0.16

4.61

0.12

X

0.01

79.84

0.76

10532

6.59

0.68

0.07

2.46

0.05

X

0.006

89.13

0.78

10533

6.24

0.52

0.02

2.29

0.04

X

0.006

89.36

1.16

10534

32.95

0.58

0.08

11.82

0.07

X

0.024

53.61

0.78

10535

33.58

0.54

0.1

11.94

0.09

X

0.039

52.38

0.97

10536

27.89

0.65

0.74

9.73

0.2

X

0.035

59.39

1.02

10537

26.77

0.84

1.02

9.22

0.17

0.01

0.05

60.16

1.11

10538

29.48

0.46

0.64

10.41

0.08

X

0.054

57

1.01

10539

27.09

0.77

1.2

9.3

0.06

0.02

0.039

59.96

1.16

10540

27.12

0.56

1.85

9.14

0.06

0.01

0.073

59.65

1.19

10541

22.63

1.53

2.57

6.92

0.2

0.02

0.251

63.47

1.38

Hole# CXRC048 (from 4m-24m)

10545

13.98

7.81

0.12

6.56

0.16

X

0.006

70.08

0.79

10546

10.23

0.97

0.03

3.97

0.06

X

0.002

82.9

0.99

10547

7.29

0.68

0.03

2.79

0.05

X

0.003

87.99

0.64

10548

9.89

0.5

0.02

3.8

0.04

X

0.007

84.3

0.96

10549

25.81

1.08

0.09

9.23

0.06

0.01

0.013

62.43

0.68

10551

26.75

0.83

0.45

9.41

0.06

X

0.015

61.32

0.71

10552

21.93

0.76

2.31

6.88

0.07

0.01

0.023

67.51

0.59

10553

20.12

0.89

2.83

6.19

0.06

0.01

0.047

68.91

0.69

10554

18.37

0.78

4.46

4.72

0.05

0.01

0.088

70.49

0.44

10555

15.33

2.33

4.82

1.33

0.5

0.02

0.042

71.44

0.37

Hole# CXRC049 (from 4m – 16m)

10559

8.5

2.93

0.04

3.48

0.04

X

0.003

84.7

0.56

10560

23.62

3.48

0.11

9.09

0.08

X

0.002

62.93

0.59

10561

23.09

2.13

1.6

8.09

0.06

X

0.003

64.06

0.51

10562

18.8

2.35

3.99

5.15

0.14

0.01

0.016

68.18

0.45

10563

15.93

3.07

4.77

2.77

0.51

0.02

0.035

70.18

0.35

Hole# CXRC051 (from 6m- 30m)

10574

10.52

1.31

0.04

4.07

0.07

X

0.003

82.74

0.92

10575

6.57

0.75

0.04

2.48

0.04

X

0.004

88.38

1.05

10576

24.81

0.95

0.09

8.96

0.06

X

0.036

63.33

1.14

10577

28.08

1.04

0.16

10.02

0.08

0.01

0.053

58.82

1.16

10578

25.38

0.94

0.09

8.99

0.06

0.01

0.048

62.82

1.06

10579

26.02

1.1

0.12

9.26

0.06

0.01

0.055

61.43

1.39

10580

29.2

0.99

0.09

10.44

0.07

0.01

0.057

57.94

0.85

10581

25.94

0.67

2.04

8.42

0.05

0.01

0.141

60.9

1.14

10582

25.79

0.6

2.76

8.1

0.05

0.02

0.172

60.01

1.46

10583

21.96

1.04

0.89

7.54

0.07

0.01

0.22

66.35

1.26

10584

23.87

1.68

3.21

6.46

0.72

0.02

0.207

60.87

1.21

10585

18.94

0.97

4.56

3.67

0.19

0.01

0.162

68.4

0.68

Hole# CXRC052 (from 4m – 24m)

10588

16.42

6.39

0.15

6.81

0.15

X

0.005

68.86

0.75

10589

11.15

0.88

0.03

4.14

0.07

X

0.004

82.14

1.26

10591

6.59

0.63

0.01

2.38

0.04

X

0.003

89.3

0.8

10592

9.22

0.58

0.02

3.37

0.04

X

0.015

84.64

1.87

10593

26.88

0.86

0.06

9.82

0.08

0.01

0.076

60.28

1.5

10601

23.63

1.2

0.15

8.59

0.07

0.01

0.093

64.27

1.2

10602

25.69

1.27

0.29

9.33

0.07

0.02

0.156

60.84

1.68

10603

23.52

1.15

1.07

8.23

0.07

0.02

0.116

63.65

1.4

10604

23.59

2.55

1.78

7.21

0.79

0.03

0.128

60.18

1.51

10605

16.75

4.85

2.78

2.54

1.89

0.04

0.067

64.92

1.03

Hole# CXRC054 (from 4m – 13m)

10624

13.43

1.36

0.09

5.13

0.12

X

0.005

79.12

0.7

10625

6.2

0.47

0.02

2.36

0.04

X

0.008

88.88

1.92

10626

11.32

1.01

0.11

4.36

0.08

X

0.013

81.36

1.63

10627

32.13

0.58

0.18

11.57

0.08

X

0.036

53.79

1.58

10628

18.18

1.6

0.16

6.82

0.1

X

0.017

71.74

1.49

Hole# CXRC055 (from 4m – 26m)

10632

11.99

1.13

0.07

4.54

0.14

X

0.006

81.14

0.76

10633

6.47

0.55

0.02

2.44

0.05

X

0.007

88.95

1.42

10634

10.59

0.67

0.03

3.94

0.05

X

0.011

82.54

1.66

10635

19.33

1.14

0.09

7.17

0.07

X

0.019

70.34

1.68

10636

20.89

1.18

1.12

6.94

0.06

0.01

0.049

68.74

0.74

10637

23.57

0.79

0.52

8.24

0.06

0.01

0.08

64.84

1.11

10638

25.33

0.76

0.97

8.54

0.07

0.01

0.089

62.51

1.08

10639

26.51

0.63

0.74

9.27

0.08

0.01

0.069

61.24

1.08

10640

28.54

0.68

1.79

9.53

0.06

X

0.063

58.27

0.74

10641

21.65

0.85

3.43

6.38

0.07

X

0.081

66.15

1.12

10642

22.45

1.55

2.99

6.82

0.11

X

0.08

64.62

0.83

Hole# CXRC056 (4m – 20m)

10645

5.69

0.69

0.03

2.07

0.04

X

0.005

90.64

0.55

10646

4.82

0.63

0.02

1.69

0.03

X

0.009

91.2

1.44

10647

28.74

0.59

0.08

10.3

0.06

X

0.027

59.32

1.02

10648

27.52

0.56

0.11

9.74

0.05

0.01

0.025

60.79

0.6

10649

24.55

0.91

0.15

8.52

0.04

0.02

0.038

64.72

0.6

10650

28.44

1.11

3.59

8.08

0.93

X

0.053

55.71

1.52

10651

24.36

1.02

1.66

7.78

0.11

0.01

0.063

64.64

0.3

10652

21.1

1.36

2.26

6.5

0.06

0.01

0.071

67.94

0.4

10653

22.19

1.06

2.62

6.76

0.06

0.01

0.062

66.53

0.35

Hole# CXRC057 (4m – 22m)

10656

8.07

1.63

0.06

3.36

0.11

X

0.007

85.31

1.13

10657

27.73

3.59

0.06

10.51

0.15

X

0.025

56.79

0.67

10658

27.71

1.64

0.09

10.2

0.11

X

0.033

59.1

0.56

10659

29.93

1.2

0.13

10.86

0.08

X

0.034

56.76

0.58

10660

26.98

1.1

0.33

9.7

0.08

X

0.049

60.84

0.71

10661

26.22

1.18

0.15

9.47

0.09

0.01

0.053

62.12

0.92

10662

25.06

1.78

0.9

8.8

0.12

0.02

0.046

61.95

0.87

10663

23.44

1.76

1.2

8.14

0.13

0.02

0.053

64.08

0.94

10664

21.76

2.18

1.47

7.42

0.11

0.07

0.087

65.31

1.32

Hole# CXRC058 (from 4m – 12m)

10668

7.46

0.89

0.03

2.81

0.08

X

0.005

87.45

1.25

10669

12.98

8.55

0.06

5.82

0.42

X

0.02

71.4

0.66

10671

24.63

2.78

0.08

9.25

0.15

X

0.092

61.2

1.29

10672

22.7

3.75

1.21

8.23

0.2

X

0.237

61.53

1.55

Hole# CXRC059 (from 10m – 21m)

10678

22.94

2.6

0.13

9.37

0.12

X

0.035

63.91

0.79

10679

29.48

1.89

0.08

11.14

0.07

0.02

0.093

55.42

1.45

10680

20.86

1.21

0.54

7.48

0.06

X

0.098

68.71

0.52

10681

18.36

0.93

3.24

5.43

0.05

X

0.053

70.81

0.51

10682

19.73

1.06

3.32

5.65

0.12

0.01

0.07

68.4

0.42

10683

15.37

1.91

5.1

1.75

0.51

0.02

0.025

71.33

0.39

Hole# CXRC060 (from 8m – 30m)

10688

22.7

3.16

0.1

9.16

0.15

X

0.005

63.48

0.89

10689

14.16

2.46

0.09

5.55

0.07

X

0.026

75.85

1.39

10690

28.41

1.11

3.57

8.22

0.92

X

0.053

55.68

1.51

10691

28.61

2.57

0.12

10.86

0.09

X

0.063

56.61

0.7

10692

25.35

1.13

0.17

9.25

0.06

X

0.059

62.92

0.83

10693

26.92

1.22

0.13

9.86

0.06

0.01

0.163

60

1.18

10694

33.8

1.45

0.17

12.59

0.09

0.01

0.314

49.38

1.55

10695

21.69

1.09

1.82

7.15

0.05

0.01

0.185

66.24

0.93

10696

22.39

1.2

2.98

6.79

0.06

0.01

0.118

64.85

0.7

10697

17.04

0.58

5.43

3.29

0.06

0.01

0.102

71.66

0.48

10698

18.45

0.87

6.01

4.07

0.06

0.01

0.113

68.64

0.69

10699

18.2

1.85

7.74

2.76

0.44

0.02

0.135

65.39

0.96

Hole# CXRC061 (from 8m – 26m)

10704

11.71

0.77

0.04

4.33

0.05

X

0.007

81.92

0.67

10705

16.49

1.04

0.07

5.98

0.04

X

0.092

74.96

0.81

10706

22.26

1.1

0.1

7.99

0.04

X

0.184

67.02

0.63

10707

21.57

1.14

0.13

7.67

0.04

0.01

0.326

67.64

0.67

10708

24.6

2.48

0.59

8.82

0.14

X

0.101

61.49

0.92

10709

20.44

1.16

0.45

7.05

0.05

0.01

0.067

69.39

0.7

10711

20.67

1.14

3.06

6.13

0.05

0.01

0.104

68.17

0.59

10712

17.75

0.75

4.45

4.57

0.05

X

0.095

71.52

0.4

10713

19.08

2.05

3.1

3.22

0.75

0.03

0.139

66.47

0.86

Hole# CXRC062 (from 6m – 29m)

10717

8.53

0.77

0.02

3.17

0.05

X

0.005

86.68

0.86

10718

8

0.42

X

2.97

0.03

X

0.004

87.77

0.62

10719

18.95

1.05

0.05

6.74

0.05

0.01

0.015

72

0.98

10720

20.45

1.4

0.11

7.2

0.05

0.01

0.013

69.95

0.64

10721

23.42

1.24

0.12

8.35

0.05

0.01

0.022

65.57

0.96

10722

22.29

1.2

0.12

7.88

0.05

0.01

0.042

67.83

0.8

10723

23.75

1.05

0.23

8.61

0.04

X

0.054

64.66

0.97

10724

23.67

0.94

0.75

8.42

0.05

X

0.068

64.45

1.19

10725

20.43

1.03

2.26

6.65

0.05

X

0.054

68.26

0.75

10726

14.14

1.98

5.62

1.23

0.13

0.01

0.057

72.83

0.32

10727

21.53

1.06

2

7.15

0.04

0.01

0.061

66.93

0.77

10728

18.74

1

4.51

4.56

0.08

0.01

0.073

69.28

0.58

Hole# CXRC063 (from 6m – 34m)

10730

28.38

1.06

3.55

8.22

0.93

X

0.054

55.51

1.52

10733

8.81

0.7

0.03

3.37

0.05

X

0.003

86.42

0.65

10734

8.47

0.53

0.04

3.14

0.04

X

0.011

86.71

0.92

10735

29.78

0.92

0.08

10.63

0.05

0.01

0.019

57.87

0.69

10736

28.05

0.52

0.52

10.05

0.06

X

0.046

59.67

0.55

10737

28.26

0.51

0.9

10.03

0.05

X

0.095

58.9

0.49

10738

22.51

0.61

2.8

6.93

0.05

0.01

0.041

65.87

0.56

10739

19.31

0.56

3.76

5.47

0.04

0.01

0.031

69.74

0.57

10740

21.07

0.59

3.78

5.98

0.03

0.01

0.054

67.45

0.57

10741

19.62

0.51

4.38

5.15

0.04

0.01

0.071

68.63

0.64

10742

20.04

0.65

4.09

5.63

0.04

0.01

0.063

67.51

0.88

10743

21.07

1.11

2.97

6.57

0.04

0.04

0.155

64.8

2.16

10744

17.42

0.78

4.91

4.43

0.04

0.01

0.116

70.68

0.6

10745

16.7

0.62

5

4

0.04

0.01

0.102

72

0.6

10746

19.04

0.81

4.58

5.08

0.06

0.01

0.092

69.04

0.96

Hole# CXRC064 (from 6m – 36m)

10752

6.62

0.4

0.02

2.51

0.04

X

0.006

89.49

0.93

10753

8.07

0.57

0.02

3.02

0.03

X

0.008

87.71

0.79

10754

26.8

1.1

0.08

9.63

0.05

0.01

0.016

61.63

0.65

10755

29.39

0.67

0.2

10.79

0.04

X

0.032

58.11

0.55

10756

23.13

0.67

1.56

7.79

0.05

0.01

0.035

65.54

0.63

10757

18.76

0.72

3.25

5.45

0.03

0.01

0.031

70.65

0.6

10758

16.84

0.8

3.93

4.47

0.04

0.01

0.037

72.92

0.57

10759

23.71

0.5

3.05

7.29

0.04

0.01

0.04

64.65

0.42

10760

20.55

0.99

3.67

5.71

0.04

0.02

0.043

67.92

0.43

10761

18.9

0.51

4.24

5.09

0.04

0.01

0.06

69.82

0.5

10762

19.04

0.65

4.35

5.06

0.04

0.01

0.06

69.99

0.54

10763

17.97

0.91

4.66

4.46

0.04

0.01

0.13

70.15

0.51

10764

18.75

0.69

4.25

5.09

0.04

0.01

0.078

69.8

0.54

10765

18.87

0.86

4.33

5.05

0.04

0.01

0.064

69.52

0.49

10766

20.46

0.97

4.2

5.82

0.04

X

0.078

67.23

0.57

Hole# CXRC065 (from 4m – 20m)

10769

6.58

0.71

0.05

2.6

0.04

X

0.006

88.7

0.99

10770

6.06

0.6

0.08

2.34

0.04

X

0.009

89.45

1.44

10771

28.55

0.61

0.11

10.39

0.06

X

0.031

58.91

1.29

10772

29.59

0.62

0.15

10.78

0.06

X

0.064

56.76

1.82

10773

28.77

1.12

0.45

10.28

0.09

0.02

0.084

57.02

1.79

10774

23.29

0.78

2.29

7.7

0.07

0.03

0.087

63.8

1.42

10775

24.24

1.95

2.51

8.09

0.09

0.03

0.116

60.56

1.69

10776

18.41

1.62

4.44

5.03

0.08

0.03

0.067

69.26

0.55

Hole# CXRC066 (from 4m – 18m)

10779

7.64

0.66

0.07

2.85

0.05

X

0.006

87.68

1.13

10780

6.91

0.55

0.05

2.57

0.04

X

0.006

88.69

1.1

10781

21.59

0.79

0.43

7.67

0.08

X

0.033

68.22

0.72

10782

24.01

1.25

1.16

7.94

0.06

0.02

0.044

63.99

1.08

10783

24.57

0.93

1.82

8.17

0.05

0.01

0.075

62.86

1.04

10784

23.49

1.21

2.4

7.6

0.06

0.01

0.088

63.72

0.96

10785

20.06

1.79

3.31

6.04

0.06

0.03

0.162

66.9

0.85

Hole# CXRC067 (from 4m – 15m)

10788

18.28

0.92

0.06

6.79

0.08

X

0.019

73.39

0.67

10789

28.7

1.18

0.16

10.55

0.06

X

0.024

58.04

0.94

10790

28.42

1.11

3.55

8.15

0.93

X

0.054

55.63

1.54

10791

28.39

2.3

0.15

10.54

0.09

X

0.075

57.44

1.07

10792

27.9

1.82

0.19

10.29

0.09

X

0.109

58.12

1.14

10793

24.3

1.53

0.41

8.75

0.07

X

0.088

64.3

0.64

10794

19.78

1.81

0.68

6.66

0.07

0.02

0.044

70.97

0.17

Hole# CXRC068 (from 6m – 23m)

10798

8.59

0.71

0.07

3.26

0.06

X

0.004

86.19

0.96

10799

20.56

1.54

0.03

7.77

0.06

X

0.019

68.06

1.23

10800

28.27

1.31

0.08

10.34

0.09

X

0.162

58.79

1.08

10801

24.48

1.44

1.23

8.47

0.09

X

0.161

62.17

1.34

10802

23.32

0.71

2.51

7.6

0.07

X

0.282

63.43

1.44

10803

25.2

0.88

1.94

8.37

0.07

0.01

0.239

60.98

1.49

10804

21.02

1.04

3.36

6.11

0.06

0.01

0.096

67.18

0.84

10805

19.51

1.72

3.18

5.8

0.09

0.02

0.165

67.15

1.57

10806

17.37

2.48

3.35

3.88

0.34

0.03

0.141

68.49

1.41

Hole# CXRC069 (from 6m – 28m)

10811

15.1

2.06

0.07

5.66

0.12

X

0.007

75.93

1.18

10812

22.32

2.02

0.05

8.41

0.1

X

0.026

66.43

0.75

10813

23.72

1.63

0.05

8.75

0.06

X

0.054

65.16

0.54

10814

22.91

0.95

0.08

8.28

0.06

X

0.091

66.75

0.58

10815

22.34

0.93

0.08

8.04

0.05

0.01

0.108

67.58

0.57

10816

20.86

0.71

0.08

7.61

0.06

0.01

0.083

70.08

0.46

10817

20.94

0.7

0.28

7.65

0.06

0.01

0.232

68.69

0.65

10818

19.76

0.72

2.15

6.49

0.05

0.01

0.118

69.72

0.56

10819

19.47

1.09

3.68

5.41

0.05

0.01

0.147

68.62

0.76

10820

18.2

1.02

5.07

4.44

0.05

0.01

0.105

69.56

0.81

10821

17.24

1.54

4.62

3.17

0.18

0.02

0.134

70.94

0.48

Hole# CXRC070 (from 4m – 18m)

10824

19.61

19.05

0.07

9.61

0.12

X

0.01

50.71

0.81

10825

15.2

8.61

0.19

6.79

0.17

X

0.011

68.12

0.9

10826

19.07

3.54

0.18

8.44

0.34

X

0.009

67.17

0.74

10827

17.09

5.52

0.18

8.09

0.32

X

0.012

67.83

0.56

10828

23.83

4.28

0.16

9.57

0.28

X

0.032

60.81

0.91

10829

20.17

16.32

0.73

9.31

0.24

0.01

0.132

51.83

1.12

10830

28.33

1.12

3.59

8.29

0.92

X

0.053

55.52

1.51

Hole# CXRC072 (from 2m – 10m)

10839

25.3

4.96

0.08

9.6

0.12

X

0.006

58.7

0.77

10840

24.07

3.24

0.05

9.06

0.06

X

0.004

63.02

0.78

10841

20.63

2.16

0.08

7.44

0.04

X

0.004

69.55

0.45

10842

22.42

2.04

0.28

8.22

0.07

X

0.006

66.9

0.33

 

Hole# CXRC073 (4m – 16m)

10846

12.91

3.31

0.09

5.1

0.14

X

0.006

77.86

0.81

10847

12.69

2.8

0.16

4.85

0.1

X

0.007

79.13

0.48

10848

17.85

0.99

1.86

5.59

0.05

X

0.006

73.28

0.31

10849

18.93

1.09

2.45

5.82

0.06

X

0.007

71.44

0.25

10851

16.21

2.04

4.62

3.2

0.1

X

0.01

73.03

0.22

10852

17.28

2.04

4.35

3.82

0.31

0.01

0.01

70.33

0.4

 

Hole# CXRC074 (from 4m – 18m)

10856

10.64

2.05

0.07

4.4

0.1

X

0.005

79.49

0.73

10857

22.02

2.05

0.11

8.5

0.08

X

0.019

65.8

1.02

10858

23.69

2.05

0.14

8.62

0.07

X

0.023

65.06

1.17

10859

27.81

2.06

0.14

9.8

0.06

X

0.038

59.96

1.25

10860

26.59

2.06

0.17

9.49

0.05

X

0.035

61.44

1.3

10861

23.77

2.07

1.99

7.68

0.05

0.01

0.071

64.27

1.04

10862

24.48

2.07

1.16

8.62

0.17

0.01

0.197

61.52

1.46

 

Hole# CXRC075 (from 4m – 15m)

10866

12.95

2.08

0.08

5.25

0.15

X

0.005

76.87

0.71

10867

13.81

2.08

0.1

5.58

0.17

X

0.006

75.85

0.82

10868

23.24

2.09

0.13

8.28

0.07

X

0.013

66.45

0.67

10869

31.04

2.09

0.31

11.21

0.08

X

0.03

55.06

0.82

10870

28.39

2.09

3.59

8.21

0.92

X

0.053

55.5

1.51

10871

24.65

2.10

1.56

8.37

0.23

0.02

0.034

61.75

1

10872

19.77

2.10

2.66

6.57

1.22

0.06

0.032

61.59

0.86

 

Appendix 1

JORC Code 2012 Edition – Table 1

Section 1 Sampling Techniques and Data

Criteria

Commentary

Sampling techniques

Reverse Circulation (RC) chip samples were collected at 1m intervals from a cone splitter mounted on the side of the RC rig. 75% of the sample volume from each drilled metre was collected in a 900x600mm green plastic bag, and the remaining 25% of volume is used to generate a split sample which is collected in a 200x150mm calico bag and then placed into a green plastic bag and sealed to retain sample moisture. The split samples were collected directly from the cyclone / splitter because the samples for assay are also measured for insitu moisture. The samples were composited into 2m samples (generated from the drill rig cone splitter) and sent to Intertek for sampling analysis + moisture testing.

 

Drilling techniques

RC was employed on the drilling program using a 450 Schramm drill rig with KL rod handler, auto maker/breaker slips table, rig-mounted cone sampling system and with hammer and blade bit capabilities. Both hammer and blade drilling was employed on various selected holes to gauge variability and quality of sample return as well as to compare with repeat holes from previous drilling.

Drill sample recovery

Sample recoveries from the RC drilling were weighed and measured and sizes recorded demonstrating that sample recovery from all holes was of an acceptable standard. Photos of separate chip (cuttings) trays were also taken to demonstrate the lithology profile of the hole. Selected samples were also tested for moisture content – allowing a greater confidence in sample return quality and for specific gravity testing.

Logging

Chip tray samples were taken along with normal logging procedures and protocols. 2 sets of logging and sample correlation was conducted on site during the drilling and sampling program. The chip tray samples were non-sieved and dry and photographed on a whole hole basis. All holes were field logged by 1m intervals by a qualified geologist for a variety of geological qualities, characteristics and definition.

Sub-sampling techniques and sample preparation

All sampling procedures for the RC drilling have been reviewed by a qualified geologist and is considered to be of a high standard. The RC drilling sampling procedure was 1m samples split using a rig mounted cone splitter and collected in marked plastic bags. A 2m composite sample was generated from 1-2kg collected in small calico bags which were then placed in small green plastic bags. These were marked with corresponding sample numbers. At regular and adhoc intervals, repeat samples were taken and noted as well as interspersed standard samples of quartz (blank) and kaolin (standard) were also included at a 1in 9 interval as sample checks for QA/QC. All samples were sent to Perth to Intertek for laboratory sampling interspersed with the RC drilling program samples.

 

Larger (5-10kg) samples were collected in large green plastic bags on a 1m sample basis and sent to Independent Metallurgical Operations (IMO) for further metallurgical testwork purposes. All samples were dry. 715 1-2kg samples (including repeats and standards) totalling 1613 metres of drilling were brought back to Perth for testing.

 

Total sample returns were measured by weighing and estimating return volume percentages. All samples were “dry” other than the occasional sample that may have been affected by water introduced by the driller to remove pipe blockages. 

 

The 2 m composite samples were generated from the rig mounted cone splitter ensuring equal amounts were collected from each metre, thus giving a homogeneous volume for each metre in the composites. Samples were submitted to Intertek laboratories in Perth, Western Australia for XRF analysis methods on a range of elements and kaolin parameters as well as testing for insitu moisture (LOM/DR). 

 

Mr Kohler has reviewed the QAQC data and has found it to be of high standard.

Quality of assay data and laboratory tests

Analysis for Sizing, SiO2, Al2O3, Fe2O3, TiO2, CaO, MgO, K2O, Na2O, P2O5, Mn3O4, Cr2O3 and LOI, was completed using XRF methods in a globally recognised analysis laboratory. All of the inserted repeat samples, duplicates, blanks and standards are within tolerance of the original assay and without bias. Mr Kohler reviewed internal QAQC reports and analysis and confirms that all assay data used is of high industry standard for quality assurance/quality control procedures.

Verification of sampling and assaying

The drilling program designed by CSA Global also included verification drilling and sampling of the previous Air Core drilling program that was completed in May 2017. The verification included 6 repeat RC holes against the previous Air Core holes.

Location of data points

All drill holes used in the resource estimate have been accurately surveyed by a licenced contract surveyor (+/-10cm accuracy). The collar locations were also checked by the site geologist using a Garmin GPS at site. The vertically drilled holes (-90) were drilled to a maximum of -34m and were followed up with down hole surveying by Surtech Geophysical Services. 

Data spacing and distribution

75 holes were drilled in approximately 1km square at approximately 50m spacings or 100m spacing between the previous Air Core drilling. This resulted in a generally 50 x50m coverage of the deposit area. The drill spacing was considered suitable to establish both geological and grade continuity for definition of Inferred Mineral Resource. Samples were composited to 2m for analysis.

Orientation of data in relation to geological structure

The orientation of the drilling is approximately perpendicular to the strike and dip of the mineralisation and the risk of sample bias is considered to be low.

Sample security

All samples were under supervision from the rig to the laboratory. All residual sample material is stored securely in sealed bags.

Audits or reviews

Mr Kohler has reviewed QAQC results and found the sampling and the sample handling techniques to be of a high standard for the project QA/QC.

Section 2 Reporting of Exploration Results

Criteria

Commentary

Mineral tenement and land tenure status

The granted Exploration Licence 70/4673 in Western Australia, covering an area of 59km2

Exploration done by other parties

White Gold Kaolin (WGK) carried out all the previous prospecting and drilling work that is on the tenement EL 70/4673. The previous aircore drilling was comprised of 47 drill holes for 824m. The exploration work was carried out from 2011 to 2014.

Geology

The project area is underlain by weathered granitoid Archaean rock of the Yilgarn Granites is the likely parent material for the kaolin. Here, deep weathering of the feldspathic and ferromagnesian minerals within the metamorphosed granitic has resulted in the formation of kaolinite.  There is no outcrop but recognizable granitoidal fragmental rocks are sometimes present just below surface. The crust of the overburden comprises gravel and sands over reddish to off white clay.  White kaolin underlies the overburden followed by weathered, partial oxidised and then fresh ganitoids at depth. The recent drilling at the property has revealed a weathering profile which is very common in Western Australia with the granitoid rocks, deeply weathered forming a leached, kaolinized zone under a lateritic crust. Analysis at the Laboratory shows particle size distributions are typical of “primary style” kaolins produced from weathered granites. The crust of overburden comprises gravel and sands over reddish to off-white clay to an average depth of 5m. White kaolin then averages approximately 16 m before orange to yellow sandy and mottled clays are intersected which are followed by recognizable rounded granitoid material. The thickness of the kaolin profile varies from less than 1m to a maximum of 28m. Fresh granitoids are found at depths of between 10 and 30m. All kaolin resources are within 4 to 11 metres of the surface. 47 Air Core drillholes with a total of 824m drilled in May 2017 with a further Reverse Circulation drilling program conducted in April 2018 consisting of 75 RC drill holes totalling 1613 metres resulting in 715 2m composite samples. All holes were drilled vertically. Intersected kaolin thickness ranged from 1-28m.

Drill hole Information

75 Reversce Circulation drill holes were drilled on an approximate 50m x 50m pattern at -90 dip and 0 degrees azimuth. The deepest hole was approximately 35m deep with the average being approximately 21.5m deep.

Data aggregation methods

Cadoux’s geological model required a minimum thickness intercept of 2m of kaolinite with the requirement of having to be visually bright white to be included in the estimate. Samples within the wireframe were composited to 2m intervals based on visually contiguous down-hole intervals. The sample intervals were selected by the site project Geologist. No high-grade cuts were applied. Industry standard for Kaolinite cutoffs are a maximum value of 0.7% Fe2O3, 0.5% TiO2 and 2% K2O. Assay results from drilling were all lower than the cutoff values.

Relationship between mineralisation widths and intercept lengths

All drill holes are vertical (-90). The orientation of the drilling is approximately perpendicular to the strike and dip of the mineralisation.

Diagrams

Refer to figure 1

Balanced reporting

The reporting is considered to be balanced.

Other substantive exploration data

The normal high levels of QA/QC for the retrieving and recording of the field data and sampling techniques were observed by the attending field geologist (CSA).

 

The collar locations were planned by CSA prior to the program and surveyed in by a qualified surveyor. The drill rig was positioned on site by the supervising senior geologist. The drill collars were surveyed and RL’s measured of the actual collar post drilling. 

Further work

There is little further geological definition work to do on the project – other than to expand the resource with further step-out drilling.

 

At the appropriate time – conversion of the resource to a higher category will be required. There has been sufficient work conducted at a high degree of quality to allow for this calculation to be done without further site activity (ie drilling).

 

 

FYI - Kokardine Tenements

Figure 1: Kokardine Kaolin Resource outline and EL70/4673 boundary

 


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