NMR holds a large portfolio of world class exploration tenements in Queensland and Western Australia prospective for copper/gold and gold mineralisation with the intention of developing deposits into operations that create significant value for shareholders and stakeholders alike.
NMR are delivering outcomes. The company is dedicated to progressing its targets and tenements through a comprehensive but also well-designed and well-planned workflow.
- Achieving exploration goals
- Identifying, ranking and prioritising targets and work programs to ensure smooth and efficient exploration and discovery
- Discovering copper and gold (in drilling and surface-based campaigns)
- Discovering opportunities for other key metals including Nickel, Cobalt, Platinum Group Elements (PGE’s)
- Continually upgrading the quality of its exploration portfolio and targets within each portfolio
- Acting on its experience in targeting multiple deposits styles by quickly exploring for a range of commodities across its strategic portfolio
- Using smart, overlapping and results-focussed exploration techniques and technologies to simultaneously progress all projects.
NMR are developing a specific, multi-stage and multi-component exploration project portfolio. In every case, the company is elevating its projects and progressing every tenement and target through the exploration pipeline. NMR is continuing to drive closer to discovery with each targeted campaign and we are proud to be continually releasing the results from each of these campaigns.
In Queensland the tenement portfolio includes the world renowned Palmerville project situated along 130km of the Palmerville fault within a geological domain which provided the Mungana, King Vol, Red Dome and Girofla polymetallic and copper/gold deposits. At Mt Morgan, close to Rockhampton, NMR holds EPM 17850 the Mt Morgan Project highly prospective for copper and gold deposits and a stone’s throw from the historic Mt Morgan mine.
In Western Australia NMR’s presence includes three exploration licences and one EL application covering 504km2 of the Yilgarn Craton, one of Australia’s premier mineral provinces and close to operating gold mines. The area is underexplored and has the potential to offer opportunities to discover relatively new concepts of mineralisation style.