Mulga Rock Deposits Project
Mulga Rock Deposits
Country Australia 
Province Western australia
Latitude / Longitude 29 S 54 / 123 E 48
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Mulga Rock Deposits Project
Status Risk : Advanced discovery
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the Mulga Rock Deposits Project
Energy and Minerals Australia
Owner: 100%
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Location of the Mulga Rock Deposits Project
The Mulga Rocks deposit comprises the Emperor, Shogun and Ambassador deposits . The MRD is situated within the larger Narnoo Project tenements. The MRD are located 250km east-northeast of the major mining centre of Kalgoorlie, and only 100km from the trans-national rail line.
History of the Mulga Rock Deposits Project
Mulga Rock was discovered in the early 1980s by a Japanese Government owned corporation, PNC Exploration Australia Pty company that undertook a 1600-hole drilling program. The deposits were acquired by Eaglefield Holdings Pty Ltd in 2000, associate more...
Geology of the Mulga Rock Deposits Project
Associated with the uranium mineralisation, or underlying it, are layers containing oily lignite (kerogens), oil, nickel and cobalt with possible credits of gold, vanadium, Rare Earth Elements ('REE') and other elements. The full extent of this mineralisation is presently not known.
Data last updated on : 1/13/2009
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