Kingsland Minerals has four project areas in the Northern Territory at Allamber, Woolgni, Shoobridge and Mt Davis. Kingsland Minerals also owns a nickel project at Lake Johnston in Western Australia.
Kingsland Minerals Ltd is an exploration company with assets in the Northern Territory and Western Australia.
Kingsland’s focus is exploring the Leliyn Graphite Project in the Northern Territory. The Company is confident that Leliyn has immense potential, as shown by the substantial Exploration Target of 200-250 million tonnes grading 8-11 per cent Total Graphitic Carbon (TGC) for contained graphite of 16-27Mt (refer ASX announcement on 21 March 2023) . The Exploration Target is based on a graphitic schist measuring 5km long, 20m deep and 100m wide. The 5km strike length of the schist sits within a longer 20km-long graphitic schist.
The initial exploration program will focus on the 5km stretch which hosts the Exploration Target. This will underpin a maiden JORC Resource. Kingsland believes there is also significant exploration potential within the remaining 15km of graphitic schist.
The Mt Davis Project has historic workings targeting base metal mineralisation and also has more recent drilling with significant gold mineralisation. In Western Australia the Lake Johnston Project has historic drilling with nickel mineralisation.
Each of these projects will be progressed with exploration programs and budgets included in the Independent Geology Report within the Kingsland Minerals Ltd IPO Prospectus.