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Miralga Creek Data

Miralga Creek Information

  • Project Development 2015-05-23
    Miralga Creek is rapidly developing due to it's proximity to existing Abydos mine and highlighting additional Horizon 1 potential: 50m @ 60.09% Fe (from surface) in MRRC0026 88m @ 59.49% Fe (from surface) in MRRC0039 28m @ 58.94% Fe (from 4m) in MRRC0041 70m @ 58.35% Fe (from 2m) in MRRC0036 74m @ 56.22% Fe (from surface) in MRRC 0031 Initial Miralga Creek Resource estimates planned for September Quater 2014 Miralga Creek rapidly developing into a priority Horizon 1 addition Higher grade intercepts point to strong blending potential across the existing North Pilbara mine portfolio Further exploration and resource development scheduled for December half 2014.

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Miralga Creek News

  • ASX: Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves at 30 June 2016 2016-09-21

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