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Havilah Resources NL is engaged in the exploration of mineral deposits in Australia. It explores for iron ore, copper, gold, cobalt, molybdenum, tin, lead, zinc, and uranium ores. The company holds 100% interests in exploration licenses covering approximately 6000 square kilometers of Broken Hill age rocks located in the Curnamona province. It also owns 100% interests in the Portia gold; Kalkaroo copper-gold-molybdenum; Lilydale and Maldorky iron ore; Grants Fe iron ore; Mutooroo copper-cobalt; North Portia copper, gold, and molybdenum; and Wilkins copper projects. The company was founded in 1996 and is based in Glenside, Australia.

12 Employees
Last Reported Date: 10/27/13
Founded in 1996

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Total Annual Compensation: A$153.5K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

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Havilah Resources NL Reports Initial Phase of Gravity Concentration Testing of Iron Ore Sample

Havilah Resources NL report that it has completed the initial phase of gravity concentration testing of approximately 1.5 tonnes of a specially prepared representative iron ore sample. This sample was ground to 106 microns, which earlier work has shown provides optimum liberation of the iron ore minerals, namely hematite and magnetite. A high quality iron ore concentrate was recovered, with exceptionally low contents of aluminium, phosphorous, sulphur and other undesirable elements by a staged gravity processing method that relies on the high specific gravity of the iron minerals relative to the silicate and carbonate gangue components. This work confirms that it is possible to generate a premium iron ore concentrate by the simple combination of optimum size grinding, screening and gravity separation. The next steps planned for the Maldorky metallurgical testing program are: Conduct testing of the iron ore concentrate to ascertain its suitability as blast furnace feed, and Scaled up the pilot testing on a bulk sample exceeding 10 tonnes to validate recovery and production rate. Havilah's next step in the Maldorky mine permitting process is to produce a comprehensive Program for Environmental Protection and Rehabilitation (PEPR) document. Much of the information required for this document is already included in the MLP document and will be supplemented with more detailed hydrological work and mine closure plans. In parallel, the Company will continue with its metallurgical pilot test work and negotiation of a native title mining agreement with the Wilyakali people. Since completion of pumping and injection trials on site by Havilah in June/July this year, Australian Groundwater Technologies (AGT) have confirmed that the disposal of excess mine water via reinjection into the Shylock Palaeochannel within the mining lease is viable. The findings from the reinjection trial report have been incorporated into the Portia project PEPR document. Briefings with relevant government agencies commenced last week in which the findings from the trial and the project's revised water management strategy were discussed. Havilah is confident that all previous concerns raised have now been addressed. With completion of consultations, it is proposed to relodge the PEPR document with DSD early next week. Havilah remains optimistic that final approvals will be forthcoming to allow mining to commence before the end of 2014. The final draft of the Kalkaroo MLP document was lodged two weeks ago and is currently undergoing adequacy checking by DSD prior to being posted on their website for public comment. In the meantime, a consulting metallurgist has undertaken a comprehensive review of all available Kalkaroo metallurgical data and has formulated a series of recommendations that will assist the Company in undertaking detailed process plant engineering design, necessary for accurate project capital and operating cost estimates.

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Havilah Resources NL Announces Executive Changes

Havilah Resources NL announced that it has appointed Walter Richards to the position of Chief Financial Officer, effective April 1. Walter joins Havilah having recently been the Regional Vice President - Finance in Africa for Newmont Mining Corporation (Newmont) during the project development and construction of its Akyem mine in Ghana, West Africa. Walter will also assume the role of Company Secretary with the retirement of Jim Grose.


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