Moina Fluorite Tungsten Tin Gold Lithium

Fluorite Gold Tin Tungsten Zinc

One of the largest fluorite skarn deposits in the world.
Northern Tasmania.

24.6Mt at 16%CaF2, 0.1%WO3, 0.1%Sn and 17.2% Fe, JORC inferred.

One of the largest fluorite skarn deposits in the world.

24.6Mt at 16%CaF2, 0.1%WO3, 0.1%Sn and 17.2% Fe, JORC inferred.

The distinctive skarn, known as wrigglite because of its fine wriggly layering, consists primarily of fluorite, magnetite, and vesuvianite.

Lies above and adjacent to a partly mined but underexplored quartz-cassiterite-wolframite vein system.

Part of the system includes an altered skarn carrying zinc and gold. No exploration for lithium has been done, but spodumene is reported to occur.

Extensive work done on metallurgical recovery. Is technically possible with standard metallurical methods but the fine grained skarn causes recovery problems, so further research is required.

A good summary of project status is in the attached report by a former manager. The prior Option to Purchase agreement has been terminated and a new suitor is sought.

Exploration Licence

Retention Licence held 100% by Geotech International Pty Ltd

Geology

Devonian mineralisation, replacement of Ordovician Limestone, source granite intersected at depth but not exposed.

Location

Northern Tasmania