Auroch Minerals holds over 3700km2 of prospective landholdings across the Stuart Shelf and Adelaide Geosyncline in South Australia, two world-class provinces for base-metal and gold deposits.
Supported by access to first-class infrastructure including road and rail, ports and refineries the projects are poised to capitalise on the growing demand for base-metals. Locally the South Australian Government’s investment in local renewable energy projects will ensure continued interest in base-metal projects.
#Roskill analyst Thomas Höhne-Sparborth talks to @proactive_UK Andrew Scott through his recent outlook report for #nickel sulphate. The market's 'booming', he says, with demand forecast to continue to grow and is expected to exceed 900kt Ni by 2029. https://t.co/wkBIELwAZU
New mines in Western Australia & significant upgrade to
the Kwinana #nickel refinery, should see Australia’s primary and refined production rise from 167,000 tonnes in 2018–19 to 290,000 tonnes by 2023–24. Read more via @economist_chief https://t.co/s7vzcvgC53 $AOU.AX $AOU #ASX
Battery metals exploration is well and truly alive in WA – even BHP’s chasing #nickel. More via @StockheadAU https://t.co/W0BsCGvv4Q #ASX $AOU.AX $AOU