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RE: Notes from GGPHelp Interview with Liam - Part 1 - 25 May 202225 May 2022 12:58
“We’re a little bit spoiled by the targets. It's very rewarding drilling Havieron itself and then understanding this Eastern Breccia, that high grade component in the Eastern Breccia, that gap zone continuing to punch into the southeast gradient. All of that is really rewarding. It's always nice when you when you pull out these big intercepts but along the structure, we really want to understand what's on the mining lease and we're starting to turn to that now with Newcrest and we've got some really exciting targets - Now, time will tell but certainly the size of the prize is significant. And then as we go up into our 100% owned Scallywag, we've got dozens of mag and gravity anomalies there that we want to drill. - I always say we do try to sequence them but it's very hard really to be able to sequence them in exactly the right order otherwise geology would be easy. - We have some that look on a map better than Havieron, others with a lower signature. But I think it's very hard to know whether that high signature or the low signature one will be the one that ultimately delivers ore because there's so many variables that can go into how that signature is reflected
I’m very pleased that the confidence in Scallywag is still there, he kept drawing the conversation back towards it. Talk of solar power being at Telfer or Havieron, why not bite the bullet and stick it on Scallywag between the 2 and charge the jv for the power to the conveyor crossing the licence.
This page is interesting and need to get your eye in to it. There is an orange outline laid over this section that’s what you need to look at. It shows the oz/m, look how far it goes to the right, then look at the numbers at the bottom 35000oz/m Havieron has around the 10,000oz/m which is mainly only the SE crescent and a bit of the Northern corridor Lots more to come. On that page you can see Zodiac bottom right very deep. They have constructed drill drives above it specifically to fan drill Zodiac from these. They may have done this by now as this was 2018.
Havieron is unique it’s compact, it’s vertical, ripe for deep underground bulk mining.
Zodiac is deep and spread out, probably will be stoped like the rest of their mines. Their stoping is different to Havieron they are small diameter 5m and left open, so a lot of ore left in and quicker to do the stopes. The SE crescent is large stopes and backfilled so all the ore is removed between the stopes vertically and horizontally
Hi MF The 3174 depth is for an NQ size drill core which gives a 47.5mm core size The next size down TK76 43.5mm can get to 3259m, so the smaller the size the further it can go probably due to the weight of the cores over that length pulling it up.
Jundee have a target called Zodiac, it starts at about 1100m vertical depth. Seismic sections show their long drill of 3,200m reaching an end of hole vertical depth of 2,760m. From the Decline they have driven 2 drill drives to explore by fan drilling so closer to the target.