Orange East

EL 8442
(NSW, Clancy 100%; Alkane Resources Ltd, earning 60% and funding 100%)

Orange East is located 15km ESE of the city of Orange and contains several target styles including Ordovician porphyry copper-gold and post-Ordovician copper-gold targets. Numerous old workings occur in the area and many are focused along regional-scale structures, such as the Lucknow and Godolphin faults. Previous work by Clancy defined a soil anomaly at the Gunnarbee prospect, which has similar geochemical, structural and geological characteristics as the nearby McPhillamys gold deposit, 15km along strike to the south.


EL 8222
(NSW, Clancy 100%)

The Trundle project consists of a single exploration licence EL8222 located 25km west of the Northparkes copper-gold mine. There is extensive evidence of porphyry and skarn-style copper-gold mineralisation similar to the Cadia Valley and Northparkes.


EL 7748
(NSW, Clancy 100%)

Condobolin EL7399 is located in the central west of NSW immediately north of the Condobolin township. Condobolin has a substantial mining history, predominantly as a base metals field (lead, zinc and copper), as well as gold. The mineralisation is hosted in epithermal-style quartz veins within the metasedimentary units of the Ordovician Girilambone Group, associated with pyrite, sphalerite, galena, chalcopyrite, arsenopyrite and free gold.


EL 6552 & EL 6915
(NSW, Clancy 100%)

The Fairholme project is located in the Fairholme Igneous Complex 12km north of the Cowal gold mine. The geophysical characteristics of the Fairholme Igneous Complex are similar to the Cowal Complex to the south, which hosts the Cowal gold mine (Barrick) and the Marsden porphyry copper-gold deposit (Newcrest).

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