Salt Lake Potash Ltd (LON:SO4)

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Salt Lake Potash Ltd RNS Release

March 2019 Quarterly Report


RNS Number : 4796X
Salt Lake Potash Limited
30 April 2019
 

30 April 2019

 

AIM/ASX Code: SO4

 

 

SALT LAKE POTASH LIMITED

March 2019 Quarterly Report

 

The Board of Salt Lake Potash Limited (the Company or Salt Lake Potash) is pleased to present its Quarterly Report for the period ending 31 March 2019.

The Company is focussed on rapidly progressing the development of its Lake Way Project, intended to be the first salt-lake brine Sulphate of Potash (SOP) production operation in Australia.

Highlights for the quarter and subsequently include:

Significant Increase in the high-grade SOP resource at Lake Way

Ø Mineral Resource Estimate for the whole of Lake Way contains 73 million tonnes (Mt) of SOP using Total Porosity and 8.2Mt of SOP calculated using Drainable Porosity, including:

o Measured - Lake Way Playa - 6.9Mt (total porosity) & 1.8Mt (drainable porosity) @ 15.4kg/m3

o Measured - Williamson Pit 32Kt (drainable porosity) @ 25.5kg/m3

o Indicated - Paleochannel 3.7Mt (total porosity) & 1.4Mt (drainable porosity) @ 13.6kg/m3

o Inferred - Lake Way Playa & Paleovalley Sediment 62.2Mt (total porosity) & 5.0Mt (drainable porosity) @ 15.2kg/m3

Ø Lake Way confirmed as very high-grade with consistent brine chemistry both laterally and at depth, with an average grade of 14.5kg of SOP per cubic metre of brine across the Lake Way tenements (Measured and Indicated)

Ø The Company has successfully delineated a Paleochannel in excess of 30km in length along the eastern boundary of Lake Way, which supports the ability and optionality to produce brine from two separate sources (lake playa and paleochannel)

Ø The Mineral Resource Estimate for the 'whole of lake' will enable the Company to progress technical studies for a larger production scenario with an anticipated release date towards the end of Q2 2019

Key Approval Obtained and Construction of initial Lake Way Ponds Commences

Ø Following receipt of the final approval from the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (DWER), construction and operation of the First Phase of Lake Way Evaporation Ponds (Lake Way Ponds) immediately commenced

Ø Construction works for the Lake Way Evaporation ponds are progressing well with the Company having commenced 24/7 operations to rapidly progress development

Ø The first phase of the Lake Way Ponds will enable de-watering of the Lake Way Williamson Pit that contains the highest grade brine resource in Australia. Dewatering is expected to commence in Q2, 2019

Ø Onsite infrastructure for de-watering the Williamson Pit is under construction, including the placement and welding of piping

Ø The utilisation of the Williamson Pit brine will accelerate Salt Lake Potash's pathway to first production of SOP at Lake Way

Binding Access Agreement Signed with Blackham Resources

Ø A binding Split Commodity and Access Agreement with Blackham Resources was executed for  the Lake Way Project, in line with the terms of the MOU

Ø Under the Agreement, Salt Lake Potash acquires the brine rights over Blackham's tenure and Blackham will acquire gold rights over Salt Lake Potash's tenure. Each company retains a royalty on their respective mineral resources

Ø The Agreement with Blackham facilitates an accelerated pathway to production through the utilisation of Blackham's Mining Lease for early construction works and the de-watering and utilisation of the high grade Williamson Pit brine

Planned Activities for the Lake Way Project over the coming months

Ø Completion of initial Lake Way Ponds and commencement of dewatering the Williamson Pit

Ø Resource drilling and trenching in the southern section of Lake Way to enable the Company to upgrade the resource category in the lake bed sediments.

Ø Progress technical studies for a larger production scenario with an anticipated release date during Q2 2019

Ø Completion of pilot plant process testwork at Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) to lockdown process flowsheet and produce SOP product samples for end user trials

Ø Ongoing discussions with Tarlka Matuwa Piarku (Aboriginal Corporation) RNTBC (TMPAC) to convert Native Title Land Access and Exploration Agreement for Lake Way into a Native Title Mining Agreement

OVERVIEW

Salt Lake Potash is the owner of nine large salt lakes in the Northern Goldfields Region of Western Australia.  This outstanding portfolio of assets has a number of important, favourable characteristics:

·     Over 3,300km2 of playa surface, with in-situ clays suitable for low cost on-lake pond construction;

·     Very large paleochannel hosted brine aquifers, with chemistry amenable to evaporation of salts for SOP production, extractable from both low-cost trenches and deeper bores;

·     Excellent evaporation conditions;

·     Excellent access to transport, energy and other infrastructure in the Goldfields mining district;

·     Clear opportunity to reduce transport costs by developing lakes closer to infrastructure and by capturing economies of scale; and

·     Potential for multi-lake production offers optionality and significant scale potential, operational flexibility, cost advantages and risk mitigation from localised weather events.

Salt Lake Potash's immediate focus is on the rapid development of the Lake Way Project, intended to be the first salt-lake brine Sulphate of Potash production operation in Australia. Lake Way's location and logistical advantages make it the ideal location for the Company's first SOP operation. Construction has commenced on Australia's first commercial scale on-lake evaporation ponds.

The Company's long term plan is to develop an integrated SOP operation, producing from a number (or all) of the lakes.  Salt Lake Potash will progressively explore each of the lakes with a view to estimating resources for each Lake, and determining the development potential. Exploration of the lakes will be prioritised based on likely transport costs, scale, permitting pathway and brine chemistry.

LAKE WAY PROJECT

Lake Way is located in the Northern Goldfields Region of Western Australia, less than 15km south of Wiluna. The surface area of the Lake is over 270km2.

Salt Lake Potash holds five Exploration Licences (two granted and three under application) and one application for a Mining Lease, covering most of Lake Way and select areas off-lake, including the paleochannel defined by previous exploration. The northern end of the Lake is largely covered by a number of Mining Leases, held by Blackham Resources Limited (Blackham), the owner of the Wiluna Gold Mine.

In April 2019, the Company entered into a binding Split Commodity and Access Agreement with Blackham in relation to the development of the Lake Way Project on terms in line with the previously executed MOU announced on 12 March 2018.

Lake Way has a number of compelling advantages which make it an ideal site for Salt Lake Potash's initial SOP operation, including:

Ø  Utilisation of Blackham's existing infrastructure (including camps, power and maintenance) to accelerate development.

Ø  The site has excellent freight solutions, being adjacent to the Goldfields Highway, which is permitted for heavy haulage, quad trailer road trains to the railhead at Leonora and then direct rail access to both Esperance and Fremantle Ports, or via other heavy haulage roads to Geraldton Port.

Ø  The Goldfields Gas Pipeline is adjacent to Salt Lake Potash's tenements, running past the eastern side of the Lake.

Ø  Access to Blackham's existing Mining Leases provides advanced permitting pathway for early development activity, including the construction of the initial Lake Way Evaporation Ponds.

Ø  Salt Lake Potash has commenced construction of the initial Lake Way Evaporation Ponds which will enable the Company to dewater the existing Williamson Pit. The pit contains an estimated 1.2GL of brine at the exceptional grade of 25kg/m3 of SOP. This brine is the ideal starter feed for evaporation ponds, having already evaporated from the normal Lake Way brine grade, which averages over 14kg/m3.

Ø  The high grade brines at Lake Way will result in lower capital and operating costs due to lower extraction and evaporation requirements.

Ø  The presence of clays in the upper levels of the lake which are amenable to low cost, on-lake evaporation pond construction.

The Company is concurrently progressing the construction of the initial Lake Way Evaporation Ponds, whilst also rapidly advancing a 'whole of lake' scenario, including mineral resource estimates, permitting and approvals, pilot plant process testwork and assessment of infrastructure and logistical options.

 

The Mineral Resource Estimate for the 'whole of lake' reported in March 2019 will enable Salt Lake Potash to progress technical studies for a larger production scenario with an anticipated release date towards the end of the current quarter. 

 

Discussions are also ongoing with a number of offtake partners and the testwork currently underway at SRC will provide high-grade SOP product samples for testing by these partners.

Field Work

During the quarter, the Company completed an extensive field based program providing inputs for the 'whole of lake' Mineral Resource Estimate announced in March 2019.

Thirteen shallow bores were drilled to a maximum depth of 7m, and each hole was sampled for brine and completed as piezometers for use in future water level monitoring. Up to three insitu samples were taken from each bore and analysed in the lab for total porosity and specific yield. 

Trench 5 was excavated to a depth of 4m or refusal and to length of 110m.  The trench was test pumped for a total of 10 days and the brine drawdown around the trench was measured using piezometer areas extending 100m from the trench.  This data was used to determine drainable porosity and aquifer hydraulic conductivity.

Two historic investigation bores were test pumped to determine aquifer parameters.  The bores were pumped by Global Groundwater Pty Ltd at a constant rate for 24 hours.  Water level drawdown in the pumped bore, and in nearby observation bores was monitored manually and by data logger.  The data was analysed to determine aquifer properties of transmissivity (Product of bulk average hydraulic conductivity and aquifer thickness), Storage coefficient and boundary conditions.

Several additional lines of passive seismic survey were also completed during the Quarter.  The results were interpreted and incorporated into the overall dataset. Correlation of the passive seismic dataset with the historical drilling confirmed the presence of a significant paleochannel with several tributaries lying beneath the lake surface down the eastern side of the lake.  

Mineral Resource Estimate

In March 2019, the Company completed an extensive exploration program covering the remaining areas of Lake Way and reported a 'whole of lake' Mineral Resource Estimate, covering the playa surface and the Paleochannel aquifers of Lake Way. 

The Mineral Resource Estimate of 73Mt of SOP calculated using Total Porosity and 8.2Mt of SOP calculated using Drainable Porosity is hosted within approximately 15 billion cubic metres of sediment ranging in thickness from a few metres to over 100m, beneath 189km2 of Playa Lake surface including the paleochannel basal sand unit of 20m thickness and 30km length.

The Mineral Resource Estimate for Lake Way is divided into resource classifications that are controlled by the host geological units:

·     Lake Bed Sediment

·     Paleovalley Sediment

·     Paleochannel Basal Sands

The mineral resource estimate is summarised in the Tables below:

Table 1: Measured Resource

 

Total Volume

Brine Concentration

Mineral Tonnage Calculated from Total Porosity

Mineral Tonnage Calculated from Drainable Porosity

 

 

K

Mg

SO4

Total Porosity

Brine Volume

SOP Tonnage

Drainable Porosity1

Brine Volume

SOP Tonnage

 

(Mm3)

(kg/m3)

(kg/m3)

(Kg/m3)

 

(Mm3)

(Mt)

 

(Mm3)

(Mt)

North Lakebed

(0.4-8.0 m)

1,060

6.8

8.0

27.6

0.42

445

6.9

0.11

117

1.8

Williamson Pit

1.26

11.4

14.7

48.0

 

1.26

0.03

Total

 

 

 

 

 

 

6.9

 

 

1.83

 

Table 2: Indicated Resource

 

Total Volume

Brine Concentration

Mineral Tonnage Calculated from Total Porosity

Mineral Tonnage Calculated from Drainable Porosity

 

 

K

Mg

SO4

Total Porosity

Brine Volume

SOP Tonnage

Drainable Porosity1

Brine Volume

SOP Tonnage

 

(Mm3)

(kg/m3)

(kg/m3)

(Kg/m3)

 

(Mm3)

(Mt)

 

(Mm3)

(Mt)

Basal Sands

(Paleochannel)

686

6.1

8.2

25.0

0.40

274

3.7

15

103

1.4

 

Table 3: Inferred Resource

 

Total Volume

Brine Concentration

Mineral Tonnage Calculated from Total Porosity

Mineral Tonnage Calculated from Drainable Porosity

 

 

K

Mg

SO4

Total Porosity

Brine Volume

SOP Tonnage

Drainable Porosity1

Brine Volume

SOP Tonnage

 

(Mm3)

(kg/m3)

(kg/m3)

(Kg/m3)

 

(Mm3)

(Mt)

 

(Mm3)

(Mt)

South Lakebed

(0.4-8.0 m)

316

6.8

8.0

27.6

0.42

133

2.0

0.11

35

0.5

Lakebed

(8m to Base)

9,900

6.8

8.0

27.6

0.40

3,960

60.0

0.03

297

4.5

Total

 

 

 

 

 

 

62.0

 

 

5.0

(1) The Drainable Porosity does not include the significant resource potentially available through the recharge cycle. Refer Announcement dated 18 March 2019, Appendix 1.

 

The northern section of Mineral Resource Estimate (including the Blackham tenements) has been classified into a Measured category for the upper 8m of lakebed sediments. The resources contained within the lakebed sediments below 8m, and the southern section of the lake at all depths, are all classified in the Inferred category. The Paleochannel running along the eastern boundary of the lake has been classified in the Indicated category.

The Company will complete further drilling and trenching during the current quarter to increase the resource definition in the southern section of the lake and ultimately convert the Mineral Resource Estimate into Ore Reserves following further technical studies.

For further details on the Mineral Resource Estimate, refer to the Company's Announcement dated 18 March 2019.

Civil Construction - On-Lake Infrastructure

Construction of the initial Lake Way Evaporation Ponds (Lake Way Ponds) commenced in March 2019 following receipt of the Part V works approval from the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (DWER). The approval allows construction and operation of the Company's initial phase commercial scale evaporation ponds for Lake Way and de-watering of the Williamson Pit. 

Salt Lake Potash is constructing Australia's first commercial scale on-lake evaporation ponds for a Sulphate of Potash (SOP) project at Lake Way. The initial phase ponds will consist of:

·     Two evaporation ponds:

(i)   Kainite Harvest Pond 500m x 500m (25 Ha); and

(ii)  Halite Pond 2,000m x 500m (100 Ha);

·     A 2km long and 8m deep trench is also being constructed running parallel to the ponds which will provide additional brine feed into the pond network;

·     A 1.4km causeway from the Williamson Pit to the Kainite Harvest Pond; and

·     Associated piping and pumping infrastructure.

The initial Lake Way Ponds will have a volume of 1.8GL which will be capable of capturing the total Williamson Pit Measured Brine Resource (1.2GL @ 25kg/m3 SOP equivalent).

The construction of the initial Lake Way Ponds is on track to be completed by the end of Q2 2019. The de-watering of the 1.2GL of Williamson Pit brine is expected to commence towards the end of Q2 2019.

Construction works for the Lake Way Ponds are progressing well with the Company moving to 24/7 operations to rapidly progress development. The Company is undertaking a wet hire and self-perform model for the construction of the initial Lake Way Ponds. This construction model allowed fast track mobilisation and execution of the works, whilst providing the Company with critical hands on experience allowing testing and validating of all design criteria to de-risk the future on-lake construction.

The construction works for the pond bund walls involves the stripping of the sandy evaporite layer of material on the lake's surface and constructing the bund walls from adjacent won lake material. A key trench is then constructed at the upstream toe of the embankment.

The works are being completed with a number of specialised pieces of civil earthmoving equipment suited to the unique conditions, including amphibious excavators and low ground pressure equipment.

The de-watering of the Williamson Pit will commence in Q2 2019 once the first phase of the evaporation ponds is complete. Onsite preparation works have commenced for de-watering activity including the placement and welding of piping.

The Company has also established support infrastructure on Lake Way, comprising a site office, crib room, and full mechanical workshop with canopy capable of undertaking repairs to our fleet of equipment onsite without the need for demobilization to external repair facilities.

The Company continues to progress the Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) process for the larger 'whole of lake' development. Initial proposals for various elements of the on-lake development work have been received and are in the process of review.

Continuous Site Evaporation Trial

The Company commenced a further site evaporation trial (SET), with the objective of replicating the proposed Lake Way evaporation process in a continuous manner to produce harvest salts representative of on-lake conditions. Furthermore, these SETs will provide valuable experience to operators of large-scale ponds and enable testing of the currently proposed control philosophy of the solar evaporation ponds. The harvest salts attained from these continuous SETs will provide feedstock for testwork to provide design inputs for the commercial processing plant equipment.

The continuous SETs are currently reaching a steady-state, running as expected and producing harvest salts confirming the viability of the proposed Lake Way pond system design.

Weather stations are being procured and installed to accurately log the weather conditions at Lake Way. This in conjunction with on-going PAN evaporation trails, at various Mg concentrations, will allow Salt Lake Potash to accurately build a profile of the weather conditions expected at Lake Way and firm up final design and operational requirements.

Process Testwork

During the quarter, the Company engaged the world's leading potash processing laboratory, Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC), to establish a pilot plant based on the process flow sheet for the Lake Way Project. The pilot plant will validate and refine the Lake Way process flowsheet and also produce high-grade SOP product samples for offtake partners.

Bench testwork from the initial batch of harvest salts delivered to SRC is now complete, thus confirming the flow sheet for the first pilot run.

The second batch of harvest salts has arrived at SRC for further test work and production of SOP product samples. Pilot plant testwork at SRC is expected to be completed during Q2, 2019.

In parallel SRC will also produce a measured amount of schoenite salt, enabling the selected crystalliser supplier to finalise preliminary design.

Native Title

In December 2018, the Company signed a Native Title Land Access and Brine Minerals Exploration Agreement (the Agreement) with Tarlka Matuwa Piarku (Aboriginal Corporation) RNTBC (TMPAC) covering the Lake Way Project area.

TMPAC entered into the Agreement with Salt Lake Potash on behalf of the Wiluna People who are the recognised Native Title Holders of the land covering the Lake Way Project area. TMPAC also provided consent for the total area required for the construction and operation of the initial Lake Way Ponds.

Salt Lake Potash and TMPAC are finalising negotiations on the terms of a Native Title Mining Agreement required for the ongoing mining operation.

Approvals Advancing

The Company received final approval from the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (DWER) for the Part V works approval in March 2019, for construction and operation of the initial evaporation ponds for Lake Way and de-watering of the Williamson Pit. 

The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) has previously approved the Company's Mining Proposal and Project Management Plan for the initial Lake Way Ponds, enabling an immediate start to construction.

A series of studies have continued to progress during the quarter in support of the ongoing environmental approvals. These include flora and fauna surveys, hydrological assessment, flood modelling and geotechnical investigations. Initial findings of these studies have indicated that:

·     The planned minimal clearing of native vegetation and fauna habitat will not cause adverse impacts to flora or fauna of high conservation significance;

·     Groundwater drawdown will not alter current groundwater levels;

·     Construction of ponds on the lake surface will result in negligible local increases in water levels (Knight Piesold, 2019); and

·     Underlying lake sediments show no significant sulfidic or sulphuric materials and/or monosulfidic black oozes, and the lake system has significant buffering capacity to neutralise potential impacts, if any.

During the quarter E53/1897 was granted, SO4's granted tenure at Lake Way now covers approximately 278km2 with an additional 143km2 under application including Mining Lease Application M53/1102 applied for in March 2019. 

Access Agreement

In April 2019, the Company entered into a binding Split Commodity and Access Agreement (Agreement) with Blackham Resources Limited (Blackham) in relation to the development of the Lake Way Project on terms in line with the previously executed MOU announced on 12 March 2018.

The Agreement with Blackham facilitates an accelerated pathway to production through the utilisation of Blackham's Mining Lease for early construction works and the de-watering and utilisation of the Williamson Pit brine.

Under the Agreement, Salt Lake Potash will acquire Blackham's brine rights and Blackham will acquire gold rights to Salt Lake Potash's Lake Way holdings, with each company retaining a royalty on their respective holdings.

The Agreement is binding on the parties with the key terms including:

·     Salt Lake Potash to acquire the Brine Rights over the Blackham tenements;

·     Blackham to acquire the Gold Rights over the Salt Lake Potash tenements;

·     Salt Lake Potash to receive a 2% royalty on all gold production from the Salt Lake Potash tenements;

·     Blackham to receive a 4% royalty on all Brine production (including SOP) from the Blackham tenements;

·     Salt Lake Potash to make a rehabilitation liability payment of $500,000 to Blackham by 30 June 2019. This amount is deductible from future brine royalties;

·     Salt Lake Potash is required to achieve the following construction and production milestones:

Completion of the de-watering of the Williamson Pit by 31 July 2019;

Commence the construction of the SOP processing plant by 30 June 2020; and

Achieve first commercial production of SOP by 31 December 2021

These dates may be extended by mutual agreement.

The following Conditions Precedent must be satisfied within 2 months of the date of the Agreement (or such later date as may be agreed by the parties):

·     the Minister consenting (to the extent required):

to Blackham granting the Brine Rights to Salt Lake Potash;

to Salt Lake Potash granting the Gold Rights to Blackham.

·     Blackham obtaining any approvals necessary to proceed with the Agreement, including the release of various encumbrances relating to the Brine Rights.

Corporate

During the Quarter, the Company appointed Mr Matthew Bungey as Project Director - Strategy and Funding. Mr Bungey's initial focus is on advancing various funding alternatives for the Lake Way Project including debt financing, strategic partners and royalty financing.

 

Mr Bungey is an experienced advisor across M&A and financing, most recently as Managing Director with Barclays Bank in London. He has been involved in tens of billions of dollars of executed M&A transactions across the resources and agriculture sectors. Mr Bungey has also been involved in numerous financings and is a Board member of BGC Australia. Prior to banking he worked as a Chemical Engineer in the mining sector.

 

Discussions with a number of financiers regarding project financing are progressing well.

 

For further information please visit www.so4.com.au or contact:

 

Tony Swiericzuk / Clint McGhie

Salt Lake Potash Limited

Tel: +61 8 6559 5800

Jo Battershill

Salt Lake Potash Limited

Tel: +44 7540 366000

Colin Aaronson / Richard Tonthat / Ben Roberts

Grant Thornton UK LLP (Nominated Adviser)

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7383 5100

Derrick Lee / Beth McKiernan

Cenkos Securities plc (Joint Broker)

Tel: +44 (0) 131 220 6939

Rupert Fane / Ingo Hofmaier / Ernest Bell

Hannam & Partners (Joint Broker)

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7907 8500

 

Forward Looking Statements

This announcement may include forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are based on Salt Lake's expectations and beliefs concerning future events. Forward looking statements are necessarily subject to risks, uncertainties and other factors, many of which are outside the control of Salt Lake, which could cause actual results to differ materially from such statements. Salt Lake makes no undertaking to subsequently update or revise the forward-looking statements made in this announcement, to reflect the circumstances or events after the date of that announcement.

 

Competent Persons Statement

The information in this Announcement that relates to Mineral Resources is extracted from the report entitled 'Significant High-Grade SOP Resource Delineated at Lake Way' dated 18 March 2019. This announcement is available to view on www.so4.com.au. The information in the original Announcement that related to Mineral Resources was based on, and fairly represents, information compiled by Mr Ben Jeuken, who is a member Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and a member of the International Association of Hydrogeologists. Mr Jeuken is employed by Groundwater Science Pty Ltd, an independent consulting company. Mr Jeuken has sufficient experience, which is relevant to the style of mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration and to the activity, which he is undertaking to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in the 2012 Edition of the 'Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves'. Salt Lake Potash Limited confirms that it is not aware of any new information or data that materially affects the information included in the original market announcement and, in the case of estimates of Mineral Resources, that all material assumptions and technical parameters underpinning the estimates in the relevant market announcement continue to apply and have not materially changed. Salt Lake Potash Limited confirms that the form and context in which the Competent Person's findings are presented have not been materially modified from the original market announcement

Appendix 1 - Summary of Exploration and Mining Tenements

As at 31 March 2019, the Company holds interests in the following tenements:

 

Project

Status

Type of Change

License Number

 

Interest (%)

1-Jan-19

 

Interest (%)

31-Mar-19

Western Australia

 

 

 

 

 

Lake Way

 

 

 

 

 

Central

Granted

-

E53/1878

100%

100%

East

Application

-

E53/2057

100%

100%

South

Granted

Granted

E53/1897

100%

100%

South

Application

-

E53/2059

100%

100%

South

Application

-

E53/2060

100%

100%

Central

Application

Application

M53/1102

-

100%

Lake Wells

 

 

 

 

 

Central

Granted

-

E38/2710

100%

100%

South

Granted

-

E38/2821

100%

100%

North

Granted

-

E38/2824

100%

100%

Outer East

Granted

-

E38/3055

100%

100%

Single Block

Granted

-

E38/3056

100%

100%

Outer West

Granted

-

E38/3057

100%

100%

North West

Granted

-

E38/3124

100%

100%

West

Granted

-

L38/262

100%

100%

East

Granted

-

L38/263

100%

100%

South West

Granted

-

L38/264

100%

100%

South

Granted

-

L38/287

100%

100%

South Western

Granted

-

E38/3247

100%

100%

South

Granted

-

M38/1278

100%

100%

Central

Application

Application

E38/3380

-

100%

Lake Ballard

 

 

 

 

 

West

Granted

-

E29/912

100%

100%

East

Granted

-

E29/913

100%

100%

North

Granted

-

E29/948

100%

100%

South

Granted

-

E29/958

100%

100%

South East

Granted

-

E29/1011

100%

100%

South East

Granted

-

E29/1020

100%

100%

South East

Granted

-

E29/1021

100%

100%

South East

Granted

-

E29/1022

100%

100%

South

Application

Application

E29/1067

-

100%

South

Application

Application

E29/1068

-

100%

North

Application

Application

E29/1070

-

100%

Lake Irwin

 

 

 

 

 

West

Granted

-

E37/1233

100%

100%

Central

Granted

-

E39/1892

100%

100%

East

Granted

-

E38/3087

100%

100%

North

Granted

-

E37/1261

100%

100%

Central East

Granted

-

E38/3113

100%

100%

South

Granted

-

E39/1955

100%

100%

North West

Granted

-

E37/1260

100%

100%

South West

Granted

-

E39/1956

100%

100%

Lake Minigwal

 

 

 

 

 

West

Granted

-

E39/1893

100%

100%

East

Granted

-

E39/1894

100%

100%

Central

Granted

-

E39/1962

100%

100%

Central East

Granted

-

E39/1963

100%

100%

South

Granted

-

E39/1964

100%

100%

South West

Granted

-

E39/1965

100%

100%

Lake Marmion

 

 

 

 

 

North

Granted

-

E29/1000

100%

100%

Central

Granted

-

E29/1001

100%

100%

South

Granted

-

E29/1002

100%

100%

West

Granted

-

E29/1005

100%

100%

West

Application

Application

E29/1069

-

100%

Lake Noondie

 

 

 

 

 

North

Granted

-

E57/1062

100%

100%

Central

Granted

-

E57/1063

100%

100%

South

Granted

-

E57/1064

100%

100%

West

Granted

-

E57/1065

100%

100%

East

Granted

-

E36/932

100%

100%

Lake Barlee

 

 

 

 

 

North

Granted

-

E30/495

100%

100%

Central

Granted

-

E30/496

100%

100%

South

Granted

-

E77/2441

100%

100%

Lake Raeside

 

 

 

 

 

North

Granted

-

E37/1305

100%

100%

Lake Austin

 

 

 

 

 

North

Application

-

E21/205

100%

100%

West

Application

-

E21/206

100%

100%

East

Application

-

E58/529

100%

100%

South

Application

-

E58/530

100%

100%

South West

Application

-

E58/531

100%

100%

Lake Moore

Granted

-

E59/2344

100%

100%

Northern Territory

 

 

 

 

 

Lake Lewis

 

 

 

 

 

South

Granted

-

EL 29787

100%

100%

North

Granted

-

EL 29903

100%

100%

 

 


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