Exploration Projects

England Gold Project

In late 2016, Spitfire acquired 100% of the granted Western Australian gold exploration license E38/2869 which is known as the England Gold Project.

The England project is located within the Laverton Shire on the Laverton (SH51-02) 1:250,000 geological sheet and the Laverton (3340) 1:100,000 sheet. The tenement is located 15km south south-west of Laverton along the Granny Smith mine road and then west along station tracks and is 7km to the north-east along a major structural corridor that hosts the world class Wallaby gold deposit (currently >7Moz Au).

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Yoda Gold Project

In late 2016, Spitfire acquired 100% of the granted Northern Territory exploration licence EL 30834 which is known as the Yoda Prospect.

The Yoda Prospect is located approximately 150 km northeast of Alice Springs (Figure 1). The tenement is located on the Illogwa (SF53-15) 1:250 000 and Quartz (5951) 1:100 000 geological map sheets. The project area is most easily accessed from the north via the Stuart and Plenty Highways and then south via station tracks.

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South Woodie Woodie Project

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The South Woodie Woodie Manganese Project comprises of 2 retention licences and 1 granted exploration licence. The retention licences cover both of the JORC inferred resources that Spitfire has discovered and developed since 2007. The South Woodie Woodie project lies along strike and to the south of the1.6Mtpa Woodie Woodie Manganese Mining Centre (operated by Consolidated Minerals Limited) and in close proximity to several emerging manganese projects.

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White Lion Project

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The White Lion project is located approximately 100km (by sealed road) from the Zambian capital Lusaka and sits on a granted Large Scale Mining Licence which covers a total area of 245 square kilometres. The mining licence was granted in 2011, runs for 25 years and is renewable.

Interpretive work from airborne geophysical surveys and preliminary ground mapping shows that the limestone deposition outcrops at surface and covers an area of approximately 60 square kilometres. This large scale of limestone deposition is believed most encouraging for hosting the necessary tonnage needed to consider building a cement works.

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