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Adelaide-based Havilah is focused on a number of projects in South Australia’s northeast, near the border with NSW and the mining centre of Broken Hill.
These are the Kalkaroo Copper-Gold Project, Mutooroo Copper-Cobalt Project and an iron ore project encompassing the Grants and Maldorky deposits.
The company is awaiting completion of due diligence and a scoping study by SIMEC Mining on the iron ore project.
This work is assessing the resource, project life, production, infrastructure and ultimately commercial viability of the project.
At Kalkaroo, the company has recently accepted terms and conditions proposed by South Australia’s Department of Energy and Mining for three mineral lease and two miscellaneous purposes licence applications.
The proposed terms and conditions require the development of acceptable strategies to manage waste rock and tailings as well as surface and ground water, among other things.
Havilah is also seeking to enhance the economics of its Mutooroo project through a new scoping study.