Prospective for Au + REE
Figure 1: Moho’s Burracoppin project in Western Australia
The Burracoppin gold project is a joint venture opportunity which is 70% owned by Moho Resources and 30% owned by large-scale minerals producer IGO.
The project is located near the town of Merredin in Western Australia and is approximately 20km from the Edna May gold mine currently operated by Ramelius Resources.
Burracoppin is situated on a regional scale north-south bearing shear zone which is demonstrated to bear economic quantities of gold, such as the deposit found at the Tampia gold mine.
Exploration has focussed on the highly-prospective Crossroads prospect, which is defined as a bedrock gold formation that is open to the north, west and at depth and is located on the northern margin of a gravity low. Moho believes the gravity low may represent a porphyry intrusion.
The Company intends to continue following up its highly prospective results with an active exploration program in order to better understand the project’s potential.