Kambalda Nickel operations

Resources & Reserves

Gold Mineral Resources as at 30 June 2016

 


MEASURED

INDICATED

INFERRED

TOTAL

Resource

Tonnes

Au (g/t)

Tonnes

Au (g/t)

Tonnes

Au (g/t)

Tonnes

Au (g/t)

Ounces

West Oliver

-

-193,7502.041,4501.7235,2001.914,440

Jeffreys Find

--833,4001.7321,7001.51,155,1001.761,560

Bass

--223,9002.4174,2502.3398,1502.430,340

Hronsky

--80,9002.555,4002.4136,3002.510,770

Darlek

--733,1111.7164,6501.4897,7501.747,620

Flinders

----1,328,9001.71,328,9001.773,910

Total

--2,065,0501.82,086,3501.74,151,4001.8238,640

Note: Figures have been rounded and hence may not add up exactly to the given totals. Resources are inclusive of Reserves reported at 0.5 g/t cut-off.

The information in the table above that relates to Mineral Resources is based on, and fairly represents, information and supporting documentation prepared by Rob Hartley, who is a full-time employee of Mincor Resources NL and has sufficient experience relevant to the style of mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration, and to the activity that he is undertaking to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in the 2012 edition of the "Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves". Mr Hartley approves the Mineral Resources statement as a whole and consents to the inclusion of the table on this website based on his information in the form and context in which it appears, and is a Member of the AusIMM.

 

Nickel Mineral Resources as at 30 June 2016

 


MEASURED

INDICATED

INFERRED

TOTAL


Resource

Tonnes

Ni (%)

Tonnes

Ni (%)

Tonnes

Ni (%)

Tonnes

Ni (%)

Ni Tonnes

Mariners
2016 
2015

-
182,000

-
3.7

-
324,000

-
3.2


-
-


-
-

-
506,000

-
3.4

-
17,200

Redross
2017
2015

39,000 39,000

4.9
4.9

138,000
138,000

2.9
2.9

67,000 67,000

2.9
2.9

244,000 244,000

3.2
3.2

7,900
7,900

Burnett
2016
2015

-
-

-
-

241,000
241,000

4.0
4.0

-
-

-
-

241,000 241,000

4.0
4.0

9,700
9,700

Miitel 
2016
2015

156,000 184,000

3.5
3.6

408,000
418,000

2.8
2.8

27,000
27,000

4.1
4.1

591,000
629,000

3.1
3.1

18,100
19,500

Wannaway
2016
2015

-
-

-
-

110,000
110,000

2.6
2.6

16,000
16,000

6.6
6.6

126,000 126,000

3.1
3.1

3,900
3,900

Carnilya*
2016
2015

33,000
33,000

3.6
3.6

40,000
40,000

2.2
2.2

-
-

-
-

73,000
73,000



2.8
2.8


2,100
2,100

Otter Juan
2016
2015

2,000
2,000

6.9
6.9

51,000
51,000

4.1
4.1

-
-

-
-

53,000
53,000

4.3
4.3

2,300
2,300

McMahon/ Ken**
2016
2015

25,000
25,000

2.7
2.7

103,000
103,000

3.1
3.1

105,000
105,000

4.6
4.6

234,000 234,000

3.7
3.7

8,700
8,700

Durkin North
2016 
2015

-
-

-
-

417,000
417,000

5.3
5.3

10,000
10,000

3.8
3.8

427,000
427,000

5.2
5.2

22,400
22,400

Gellatly
2016 
2015

-
-

-
-

29,000
29,000

3.4
3.4

-
-

-
-

29,000
29,000

3.4
3.4

1,000
1,000

Voyce
2016
2015

-
-

-
-

50,000
50,000

5.3
5.3

14,000
14,000

5.0
5.0

64,000
64,000

5.2
5.2

3,400
3,400

Cameron
2016 
2015


-
-


-

-


96,000
96,000


3.3
3.3


-
-


-
-


96,000
96,000


3.3
3.3


3,200
3,200

Stockwell
2016 
2015

-
-

-
-

554,000
554,000

3.0
3.0

-
-

-
-

554,000
554,000

3.0
3.0

16,700
16,700

GRAND TOTAL
2016 
2015

256,000
466,000

3.7
3.7

2,237,000
2,570,000

3.6
3.5

239,000
239,000

4.2
4.2

2,732,000 3,276,000

3.6
3.6

99,200
117,700

Note: Figures have been rounded and hence may not add up exactly to the given totals. Resources are inclusive of Reserves.
* Resources shown for Carnilya Hill are those attributable to Mincor - that is, 70% of the total Carnilya Hill Resource.
** McMahon/Ken also includes Coronet (in the 2010/11 Annual Report it was included in Otter Juan).


The information in the table above that relates to Mineral Resources is based on, and fairly represents, information and supporting documentation prepared by Rob Hartley, who is a full-time employee of Mincor Resources NL and has sufficient experience relevant to the style of mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration, and to the activity that he is undertaking to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in the 2012 edition of the "Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves". Mr Hartley approves the Mineral Resources statement as a whole and consents to the inclusion of the table on this website based on his information in the form and context in which it appears, and is a Member of the AusIMM.

 

NIckel Ore Reserves as at 30 June 2016

 

 


PROVED

PROBABLE

TOTAL

Reserve

Tonnes

Ni (%)

Tonnes

Ni (%)

Tonnes

Ni (%)

Ni Tonnes

Mariners
2016
2015

-
56,000

3.1
4.2

2,000
291,000

2.0
2.7

58,000
351,000

3.1
3.0

1,800
10,500

Redross
2016
2015

-
49,000

3.3
3.3

-
-

-
-

49,000
49,000

3.3
3.3

1,600
1,600

Burnett
2016
2015 

-
-

-
-

271,000
246,000

2.6
2.6

271,000
246,000

2.6
2.6

6,900
6,300

Miitel
2016
2015

28,000
70,000

2.6
2.8

129,000
128,000

2.2
2.4

157,000
198,000

2.3
2.5

3,600
5,000

Durkin North
2016
2016 

-
-

-
-

708,000

2.5

708,000

2.5

17,700

Otter Juan
2016
2015

-
2,000

-
6.9

-
-

-
-

-
2,000

-
6.9

-
100

McMahon/Ken*
2016
2015

-
-

-
-

-
3,000

-
2.4

-
3,000

-
2.4

-
100

GRAND TOTAL
2016 
2015

28,000
176,000

2.6
3.1

1,108,000
379,000

2.5
2.5

1,136,000
555,000

2.5
2.7

28,200
14,900

Notes: Figures have been rounded and hence may not add up exactly to the given totals. Resources are inclusive of Reserves. 
* McMahon/Ken also includes Coronet.


The information in the table above that relates to Ore Reserves is based on, and fairly represents, information and supporting documentation prepared by Paul Darcey, who is a full-time employee of Mincor Resources NL and has sufficient experience relevant to the style of mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration, and to the activity which he is undertaking to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in the 2012 edition of the "Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves". Mr Darcey approves the Ore Reserve Statement as a whole and consents to the inclusion of the table on this website based on his information in the form and context in which it appears, and is a member of AusIMM.