Moho Resources (ASX:MOH) is an ASX-listed minerals explorations company with a focus on unlocking economic quantities of gold, critical minerals and nickel in Australia. The Company’s strategy is driven by its Australian focussed high-quality projects, each at varying stages of development.
Moho operates the Silver Swan North nickel-gold project located in the WA Goldfields region, approximately 50km from the mining hub of Kalgoorlie. The East Sampson Dam prospect at Silver Swan North is a high priority, shallow gold deposit which offers the potential for rapid development, given its close proximity to operating mills. Mining at East Sampson Dam is envisioned to be a smaller-scale, rapid operation.
Burracoppin is a joint venture project 70% owned by Moho and 30% owned by large-scale minerals producer IGO. The project is located near the town of Merredin, WA and is also only 20km from the Edna May gold mine currently operated by Ramelius Resources. The Burracoppin project hosts the Crossroads prospect, a potential intrusive-related gold mineral system which remains open south, east and at depth.
Moho Resources is also exploring the Empress Springs project an early-stage but potentially large-scale and high value opportunity, approximately 25km south of the town of Croydon in Queensland. The Croydon goldfields are historically significant, hosting numerous gold, silver and tin occurrences. Moho considers the Empress Springs project to potentially contain further large quantities of currently unexplored additional mineralisation.
The combined suite of projects strongly positions Moho Resources with a pathway to project development and to build shareholder value through discovery.