Wadi Kamal Project
Wadi Kamal
Country Saudi Arabia 
Surface 100 km² / 24,710 acres
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Last updated on 1/7/2010 - Terms of Use
Risk and valuation analysis of the Wadi Kamal Project
Status Risk : Green exploration
Country Risk : Moderate
Title(s) of the Wadi Kamal Project
Citadel Resources Group
Owner: 100%
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Location of the Wadi Kamal Project
Wadi Kamal is located 330km north of Jeddah and 30km north from the major port city of Yanbu.
History of the Wadi Kamal Project
Previous explorer’s single hole (KMS 1) into the prospective area returned 17m at 0.54% nickel and 0.22% copper from a disseminated sulphide zone. (This hole did not drill on to test the basal zone).
Geology of the Wadi Kamal Project
The Wadi Kamal layered mafic intrusion is considered prospective for nickel-copper and platinum group minerals. The Wadi Kamal Project covers the southern portion of a mafic layered igneous complex that outcrops over an area of about 500km².
Data last updated on : 1/7/2010
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