Hampton Hill Mining NL

Hampton Hill Mining NL
Mining Exploration

Stable, long-term Gold royalties in Western Australia

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 Business Highlights

The primary asset, and core focus of Hampton Hill Mining NL Company, is the 5% gross overriding royalty on all gold production at the Apollo Hill Central leases in excess of the first one million ounces produced.

The Apollo Hill project is owned by Saturn Metals Limited (STN) who are dedicated to advancing this project. In May STN reported to the ASX a new, expanded Mineral Resource at the Central leases of 1,469,000 ounces of gold at a grade of 0.60 grams per tonne.

This is a significant milestone for Hampton Hill, demonstrating clearly that the Central leases at Apollo Hill have the capacity to provide a significant future royalty stream. Figure 1 attached shows the impressive dimensions of the mineralized footprint and the opportunities available to expand the resource along strike, in width and at depth.

The project continues to rapidly advance with recent results, as reported by STN in their ASX March QR and in their ASX announcement of 29 March, encouraging and supporting the development of a major heap leaching operation at Apollo Hill with a planned production rate of 10mtpa.

These studies are described in the STN ASX announcement of 3 May which also provides some basic insights into the potential of heap operations to mature into Tier 1 gold operations. Australia has not had an extensive history of major heap leach project operations and their potential for excellent profit is poorly appreciated in this country as a result. 

The opportunity that Apollo Hill presents, reflects the inherent value of the Hampton Hill gold royalty.

 

 

 

Apollo Hill

Overview, Location and Tenure of Hampton Hill Mining NL’s flagship asset.

  • 60km south-east of Leonora in Western Australia in world-class multi-million ounce gold province close to existing gold infrastructure
  • Centred around the current 944,000oz JORC Mineral Resource
    Indicated and Inferred JORC Compliant Mineral Resource of 35.9Mt @ 0.8g/t Au reported above a cut-off grade of 0.4g/t Au and reported within an optimised pit shell1
  • 100% ownership of more than 1,000km2 of contiguous exploration ground
  • Underexplored large-scale district gold play – historically underdone due to varied ground ownership and commodity cycles
  • Key Gold Fertile Structures including the Keith Kilkenny Lineament
  • Good Mining Infrastructure
  • Central Strategic Position in the Belt

 

Millennium Zinc

The Millennium Project is located 40km southwest of Newcrest’s Telfer mine and is being explored via a 75:25 joint venture with Hampton Hill.

Millennium is situated at a key structure intersection on the regionally significant Tabletop Fault on the margin of an interpreted sedimentary sub-basin. Millennium is located on the Tabletop Fault in an area of no outcrop, with up to 20m of transported overburden. This structure is known to be metallogenically important and is closely associated with the position of the Nifty copper deposit, 50km along strike to the northwest. Previous drilling defined a broad zone of copper anomalism (+0.25% Cu) over a strike extent of +800m. RC drill hole EPT1140 collated in the core of the copper anomaly, returned a coper sulphide intersection of:

  • 26m @ 0.60% Cu from 100m incl. 10m @ 0.92% Cu from 100m

 

Weld Range

Weld Range project is based on a banded iron formation high-grade resource of 300 Mt, which is strategically important for iron ore development in the Mid West. Ore resources at the Beebyn and Madoonga ore bodies are sufficient to support over 25 years of production. Additional significant mineral resources and extensive areas of the range are still to be explored meaning the life of the project will most likely grow.

Mining at Weld Range is expected to use traditional drill and-blast mining methods and conventional mining equipment. SMG is continuing to further develop the resource base through exploration.

The central location of Weld Range in relation to SMG’s other iron ore deposits in the region provides a unique opportunity to create a central processing hub from which these resources can be processed and dispatched. The Project will produce lump and fines products for export.

 

 

 

 

Proven Team
Long Term Royalties
West Australian Resource Focus
Low Risk Joint Venture Strategy

Announcements

Shareholder Trading Hub Established      July 2022

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Annual Financial Report 2021

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Company Update May 2022

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Annual Report 2021

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Summary Current Position March 2022

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Quarterly Activities Report Dec 2021

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Team

Joshua Pitt

Executive Chairman

Mr Pitt is a geologist with extensive exploration experience who has, for more than thirty five years, been a director of exploration and mining companies in Australia. Mr Pitt is involved in private mineral exploration and also in substantial resource investments. Mr Pitt was appointed Director of Hampton Hill Mining NL in January 1997 and executive chairman in April 2012. He is also the executive chairman of Red Hill Iron Limited (appointed a director on its formation in June 2005 and executive chairman in December 2019) and the non-executive chairman of Traka Resources Limited (appointed a director in January 2003 and chairman in December 2019). He is a non-executive director at Red Metal Limited (appointed January 2003). Mr Pitt has held no other directorships of ASX listed companies during the last three financial years.

Wilson Forte

Non-Executive Director

Mr Forte is a Western Australian geologist with more than thirty years’ experience in mineral exploration in Australia, Southern Africa and Iran. For the past thirty years he has mainly worked on the evaluation of gold and base metal projects in Western Australia. Mr Forte has held no other directorships of ASX listed companies during the last three financial years.

Will Robinson

Non-Executive Director

Mr Robinson has worked in the resource industry for over 20 years and held senior management roles at Western Mining Corporation based in both Australia and Canada early in his career. He is presently the managing director of the ASX listed company, Encounter Resources Limited. He is a former president of the Association of Mining and Exploration Companies and is highly regarded in the resource industry. He is a member of the Strategic Advisory Board at the Centre for Exploration Targeting at the University of Western Australia and was a member of the Australian Government Resources 2030 Taskforce.
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