Big Picture – A Deep Dive Examination of Greatland Gold PLC
Greatland Gold PLC Snapshot
The principal activity of Greatland Gold plc is to explore for and develop natural resources, with a focus on gold.
It is widely recognised in the exploration and mining industry that the next generation of large deposits will come from areas under cover that have not been subject to significant exploration in the past. Based on this understanding, the Company has focused recent efforts and acquired ground in specific targeted areas.
The company has an industry focused, skilled and experienced board and management team with a track record of delivering high quality exploration results and project development at low costs.
Potential to deliver significant shareholder value with the discovery of large +5 mil oz gold and 5-10Mt nickel camps possible in +1800sq km of unexplored Yilgarn Craton. Gold mineralisation of up to 2g/t has been intersected in early drilling.
135 square kilometres in north western Australia. Geophysical data outlined the Havieron prospect as covering approximately 1,000m x 1,000m, at a depth of 400m to top of target. Historic drilling reported gold grades peak at 15.4g/t and copper to 2.5%.
93sq km of under-explored greenstone and intrusive granites of the Archean Yilgarn Block at the southern end of the Kalgoorlie-Norsman Belt. Several geochemical targets identified over 10km of strike prospective for nickel.
The tenement shows 15km of strike prospective for gold. Drilling result show gold mineralization is from surface, providing potential for an open pittable gold resource. There is exploration potential for the discovery of high-grade shoots beneath known shallow historical workings and within unmined quartz-lodes.
62sq km of stratigraphically equivalent Mt. Read Volcanic Sequence rocks with gold and copper targets over a 11km strike length throughout the area.
130 sq km considered highly prospective for cobalt mineralisation, with an under-explored cobalt-in-stream anomaly.
(notifiable interest 3.0% or above)
Stephen Beetham 121,000,000 (4.0%)