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Diatreme Resources Limited (DRX)
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General Overview

About Diatreme Resources Limited

Diatreme Resources Limited (ASX code "DRX") is a Brisbane based diversified mineral explorer with a portfolio of mineral sands, copper and gold properties across Australia. The Company was incorporated in 1993 and originally concentrated on gold and base metal exploration. In 2004, it expanded its interests into heavy mineral sands by securing numerous Eucla Basin exploration tenements in South Australia and Western Australia. In 2007, the Cyclone Zircon Deposit discovered.


Mineral Sands

DRXDiatreme's mineral sands project focus centres on the highly prospective Eucla Basin in Western Australia, where a number of exciting heavy mineral sand (zircon, rutile, leucoxene and ilmenite) discoveries have been made since 2004.

Diatreme's flagship mineral sands project is the Cyclone Zircon Project, where a definitive feasibility study is underway following positive results returned from a Prefeasibility study in 2012.

Cyclone is situated in WA on the Barton shoreline along the northern margin of the Eucla Basin, 25km west of the SA border and 300km north of Eucla. Cyclone represents the largest undeveloped zircon project in the Eucla Basin, and is believed to be an analagous deposit (albeit at lower grade) to the Jacinth Ambrosia deposit being mined by Iluka Resources.

In November 2014 DRX announced a conditional purchase agreement with Image Resources for the Cyclone Extended HM deposit, the southern extension of the mineralised strandlines. The acquisition of Cyclone Extended was executed in March 2015.

Regional exploration is ongoing for potential satellite deposits in the general Cyclone project area within various EL's (E69/1920, E69/2408, E69/2425) immediately surrounding Cyclone.

Diatreme has several other mineral sands exploration targets, including:

  • Grays Hill (QLD) - the eastern portion of the EPM covers a Quaternary coastal plain with an interpreted embayment feature and numerous elongate back dunes
  • Cape Bedford (QLD) - EPM application covering the Cape Bedford / Cape Flattery Quaternary dune field surrounding the silica sand mining operations of Caper Flattery Silica Mines
Cyclone Zircon Project

The Cyclone Zircon Project lies around 300km north of Eucla, 25km west from the WA / SA border on the northern margin of the Eucla Basin within the Great Victoria Desert. The project lies within the traditional lands of the Pila Ngaru Spinifex People, and is held under Mining Lease M69/141 (within Exploration License E69/1920) and Retention Licence R69/1.

The Cyclone deposit was discovered in 2007 during reconnaissance exploration of a subtle SW facing elongate topographic feature with a prominent high on its southern edge, interpreted as the Tertiary Barton shoreline with a headland forming a classic J-Bay entrapment site. An extensive exploration drilling and geological investigation program has been undertaken, with a Pre-Feasibility Study (PFS) completed in March 2012 and a Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) underway.


As the Cyclone mineralisation occurs within a preserved Tertiary (ca 35 Ma) beach shoreline environment overlain by a thin unit of red Quaternary aeolian dune sands, all exploration has been completed using NQ Air Core drilling.

The Cyclone Deposit was discovered by DRX in 2007, with a widely spaced resource delineation program subsequently completed. A small program of check drilling was carried out in 2008 which highlighted that lower grade mineralisation in the weathered profile was not recognised during the 2007 drilling program. A follow-up drilling and sampling program was completed in 2009 to provide complete coverage across the mineralisation. Infill drilling was carried out in December 2010, focussing on the proposed start-up area. Additional infill drilling was carried out in 2011 in conjunction with drilling for bulk sample collection. Several small programs were completed in the second half of 2011 for infill and edge definition purposes, including southern extensions of the nearshore resource. A final program of infill drilling was completed in 2012 for edge definition of strand mineralisation and further bulk sample collection. A total of 1,379 holes for 55,834m of drilling have now been completed over the Cyclone Deposit within DRX tenure. The majority of Cyclone has been drilled at 50m hole spacing and drill lines are generally 150m apart with some lines spaced at 300-500m.

All drill holes are vertical and all samples collected at 1.5m intervals. The majority of samples were collected through rotary splitter with some whole samples collected and used in bulk sample test work.

The grade of heavy minerals for each sample was initially estimated by panning and visual estimation. All samples were submitted to Regional Exploration Management Pty Ltd preparation laboratory for sample preparation, drying, wet sieving at 2mm and 53 micron and later to Diamantina Laboratories for heavy mineral separation by TBE (2.92 2.96 sg).

Mineralogical assemblage determined by QEMSCAN® (with routine XRF confirmation) over selected sample composite intervals and incorporated in to the geological database.


The Cyclone Deposit is made up of a number of mineralised strand systems which are interpreted to represent Tertiary beach placer deposits with associated overlying dunal and underlying near shore deposits. Quaternary cover overlies the deposit, and a shallow weathering profile with calcrete and ferruginous induration has developed in the overburden material, with the mineralised sands being free flowing with very little induration (rock) and low slimes contents which are favourable to conventional mining techniques.

Mineralisation occurs within bimodal near-shore fine sands, higher grade beach strandlines, homogenous beach sands, and overlying aeolian dune sands. A schematic stratigraphic column for Cyclone is presented below.

The mineralisation displays a very high value mineral assemblage and is dominated by zircon (31% of the HM) and a range of weathered / altered titanium bearing minerals (42% of the HM), with HiTi (70 85% TiO2) being the most abundant. Siliceous Ti-oxides (>10% SiO2) make up around 22% of the HM, but levels of other "trash" (i.e. low value) HM are very low.


The Company's primary objectives in undertaking metallurgical testwork were to:

  1. Produce a very high grade Heavy Mineral ("HM") concentrate through a wet concentrator process (WCP).
  2. Maximise the recovery of Zircon (the major valuable mineral component of the Cyclone Resource), and
  3. Develop process flowsheets to be used in engineering designs for the wet and dry HM processing plants (WCP and MSP).

Testwork on a seven (7) tonne bulk sample composited from drilling throughout the Cyclone Resource was conducted by CPG Resources - Mineral Technologies during 2011. Key outcomes from the metallurgical testing included:

  • The wet concentrator testwork produced a high grade HM concentrate (97.8% HM) utilizing conventional mineral sand separation technology.
  • The estimated distribution of zircon from the bulk sample to the WCP HMC is 95.3%.
  • The estimated distribution of zircon from the HMC to the MSP final Zircon product is 85.0%.
  • A mineral separation process was designed to produce Zircon and two titanium products, HiTi87 (86.6% TiO2) and HiTi67 (67.3% TiO2).
  • The testwork identified that conventional "off the shelf" technology can be used in the mineral processing at Cyclone.

Refer to ASX Release 30 Jan 2012 for further details.

Testwork on a twelve (12) tonne bulk sample composited from drilling within the first two years of the proposed Cyclone mine path was conducted by CPG Resources - Mineral Technologies during 2012/13. This work generated results that generally confirmed the outcomes of the 2011 program, with minor variations and additions to the processing flowsheet undertaken to optimise the mineral product recovery and quality.

Ore Reserve

Diatreme Resources Limited announced an ore reserve estimate for the Cyclone Zircon project in February 2012 following an extensive resource drilling program at Cyclone, metallurgical testwork and process flowsheet development by CPG Resources Mineral Technologies, open pit design, and capital and operating cost estimates completed as part of the Prefeasibility Study.

The Cyclone PFS pit design contains a Probable Ore Reserve of 97 million tonnes (Mt) at 2.5% HM, including 0.79% Zircon, containing 2.4Mt HM, including 770kt of Zircon. The Ore Reserve is sufficient for 9.7 years of operations at the planned 10Mtpa mining rate. With a life of mine strip ratio of 1.1:1, low clay content, and the free dig nature of the ore, a relatively low operating cash cost is anticipated.

PFS Summary

DRXA preliminary mine plan has been developed for the Cyclone Prefeasibility Study ("PFS"). Capital and operating costs associated with the mine plan, mineral processing, infrastructure, logistics, personnel, permitting, royalties, and corporate overheads have been included in the PFS financial studies. Studies to date have concluded that the Cyclone Deposit could be developed as a viable mining operation. Market studies have provided forecast product pricing for revenue estimates. Costs for water supply to the mine and finalising the transport route are the risks with the greatest potential impact on the financial results.

The Prefeasibility study shows potential for the Cyclone Zircon Project to mine ore at a rate of 10 million tonnes per annum for 10 years, yielding approximately 147,000 tonnes per annum heavy mineral concentrate. Key parameters from the PFS include:

  • Capital investment of $223 million, with average annual sales revenue of $191 million and annual NPAT of $78 million.
  • Net present value of $194 million and internal rate of return of 32%, with payback period of 2.1 years.
  • Strong fundamentals for main mine products of zircon (66% ZrO2) and titanium products HiTi87 (86.6% TiO2) and HiTi67 (67.3% TiO2), with forecast constrained global supply.

The area planned to be mined is lightly vegetated and diesel powered earthmoving equipment will be used to clear the vegetation prior to mining. Bulldozers will then push topsoil into stockpiles which will be loaded into trucks by an excavator for transport from the mining area to the rehabilitation area. Overburden will be removed by excavator and trucks to expose the high grade ore zone for mining. The average overburden to ore ratio is 1.13 to 1 and the equipment selected has the capability for excavating the expected zones of indurated overburden.

A bulldozer and dozer trap method will be used to mine the ore. There will be two separate 650 tonnes per hour (tph) mining units at different face locations to ensure blending of higher and lower grade ore to produce a controlled grade to the Wet Concentrator Plant ("WCP"). Bulldozers will push ore for a distance up to 100m into the traps which will convey the ore at a consistent feed rate to a screener and slurry bin. The screen will remove coarse particles larger than 3mm from the ore and water will be mixed with the finer particles to form a slurry. Slurry pumps will pump the screened ore from the slurry bin to a surge bin at the WCP. The mining rate will be 1,300 tph for 7,700 hours per year giving an annual mining rate of 10 million tonnes.

The water supply for the project has not been finalised and hydrogeological studies are continuing to evaluate alternatives. Water supply for the project is expected to be sourced from a deep aquifer in the Officer Basin, a large sedimentary basin underlying the project area. A high quality aquifer, known to exist in two test wells drilled by another company 80km to the east of Cyclone, is expected to extend westward beneath Cyclone. A reliable supply of 250 litres per second from bores will be required for the mine, supporting infrastructure, and mine village. The PFS has identified water supply as a risk which will not be adequately mitigated until a water bore is drilled and tested.


The WCP has been designed by CPG - Mineral Technologies ("CPG") based on metallurgical testwork completed on a seven (7) tonne bulk sample. The bulk sample was collected from holes drilled across the entire Ore Reserve to produce a representative sample. The WCP will be located on the western side of the mine and one kilometre north of the initial mining area. This WCP location will be fixed for the life of the mine and has been selected to ensure the pumping distances for both feed and tailings are not excessive. Tailings storage facilities will be located north and south of the WCP to provide short tailings pumping distances during the early years of the mine. The WCP process will be a totally wet slurry process and will include screening and several stages of gravity separation including spirals, classifier, and shaking tables to concentrate the valuable heavy minerals.

The majority of silica minerals, low grade titanium minerals, and trash minerals will be rejected to tailings from the WCP. A high grade mineral concentrate (98% HM) will be produced containing zircon and valuable titanium minerals. Metallurgical testwork has demonstrated good recovery of zircon in a conventional gravity separation process. The average rate of HM concentrate (HMC) production from the WCP is estimated to be 25 tph.

The sample used for flowsheet development testwork did not need to be deslimed due to the low level of slimes in the orebody. The low grade non-valuable titanium minerals were not recovered and generally reported to the tailings. These minerals are not included as products in this evaluation but do have potential for recovery if they can be demonstrated to show economic potential in the future. The ore contains approximately 4% slimes which is relatively low and provides confidence that tailings management will be a conventional procedure. A thickener has been included in the process for water conservation and tailings control. Normal rehabilitation procedures will be applied to a stable sand tailings surface.


The WCP will produce a moist HM concentrate that will be loaded into trucks for transport by road to an existing rail siding on the Trans Australian Rail Line. The mine and WCP will be located 220km north of the rail line and current planning assumes a road licence can be obtained for the preferred route through a nature reserve. Contingency planning has identified two alternative routes including a longer route around the nature reserve.

The trucks will dump the concentrate on a stockpile at the siding and a front end loader will load the concentrate into containers for rail transport. A rail service provider has provided budget pricing for several options to transport the concentrate in containers or in bulk to ports in WA and SA. The current preferred option is rail transport in containers from Forrest to Port Adelaide.

Eucla Basin - Heavy Mineral Sands Exploration, WA & SA

The Cainozoic Eucla Basin is a large onshore-offshore basin on the southern Australian passive margin. The basin extends some 350 km inland from the modern day coastline of Western Australia and South Australia and also extends seaward approximately 150 km. It covers a vast area stretching 2,000 km from the southeast coast in Western Australia to the southwest coast of South Australia and northward through to the boundary of the Nullarbor Plain with the Great Victoria Desert . The Eucla Basin and adjacent hinterland palaeovalley system together covers ~20% of the Australian continent.

The Eucla Basin comprises a thin passive margin succession that was deposited during the final stages of separation between the Australia and Antartica plates. The basin contains continental and marine Cainozoic sediments ranging in age from 140 million years to the near present time.

Although the Eucla Basin has long been recognised as being prospective for mineral sands, the remote location, general lack of geoscientific data and prevalence of coastal beach sand mining saw limited exploration activity. Changing conditions in the mineral sands industry resulted in extensive mineral sands exploration activity undertaken in the Eucla Basin during the last ten years, with Diatreme being one of the first exploration companies to recognise the opportunity and secure exploration tenements.

Company Exploration

Diatreme established a strategic tenement position in the Eucla Basin, initially securing extensive title over the Barton shoreline in WA near the state border, and the Ooldea shoreline in SA west from Maralinga. With the extensive exploration work completed by the company a significant area has been explored, and the company tenement holding steadily consolidated as exploration results were received and interpreted.

Exploration to date has resulted in the identification of a significant Heavy Mineral Resource at the Cyclone Project within E69/1920 in Western Australia. The Company completed a Pre-Feasibility Study ("PFS") for Cyclone on 2012 is continuing to advance the project with a Definitive Feasibility Study ("DFS") currently in progress. Refer to Cyclone Project for further details.

Minor regional exploration is ongoing, with specific tenements discussed below.

WA E69/1920 "Wanna Lakes"

Initially granted in 2006 to cover a 35km strike extent of the Barton shoreline with a prominent headland feature within its SE corner, reconnaissance exploration in 2007 discovered the Cyclone deposit associated with an interpreted embayment feature. Regional exploration along the remainder of the shoreline was not successful in identifying significant mineralisation and the tenement was subsequently renewed and reduced to its current size of 33km2 to encompass the Cyclone deposit and immediate surrounds.

WA E69/2408 "Wanna East"

Initially granted in 2008 to cover the adjoining eastern (landward) extension of the Barton shoreline in E69/1920. Regional exploration was successful in defining the Zephyr deposit (see ASX Release 11 Oct 2010) in an estuarine setting behind (5km NE) the Cyclone deposit, but exploration within the remainder of the tenement was not successful in identifying significant mineralisation and Wanna East was subsequently renewed and reduced to its current size of 42km2 to encompass the Zephyr deposit and immediate surrounds.

WA E69/2425 "Wanna South"

Initially granted in 2008 to cover the adjoining south-western (seaward) extension of the Barton shoreline in E69/1920. Regional exploration was not successful in defining significant mineralisation associated with shallow marine / offshore sediments, but extensions of the Cyclone nearshore mineralisation were confirmed. Wanna South was subsequently renewed and reduced to its current size of 3km2 to encompass the Cyclone Nearshore resource extensions.

Cape Bedford

DRXThe Cape Bedford EPM application is located approximately 200km north of Cairns in North Queensland, and covers the extent of a large Quaternary sand dune field, part of which is currently being mined by Cape Flattery Silica Mines Pty Ltd (CFSM), a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation. Cape Flattery has operated since 1967 and is the world's largest silica sand mining operation.

Negotiations have commenced with the traditional landowners to facilitate the grant of the EPM and develop an appropriate exploration program.


The Cape Flattery Cape Bedford dune field is approximately 55km long and 22km wide at its widest point, covering around 580km2. The Quaternary dunefield occupies a low coastal plain, with older sandstones of the Laura Basin and Hodgkinson Basin bounding its western edge and forming prominent outliers and headlands. The dune field consists predominantly of white, active, transgressive parabolic and elongate parabolic dunes, and rounded degraded dunes stabilised by vegetation, within a low lying (5 - 10m RL) interdune sandplain interspersed with dune lakes and swamps. The elongate parabolic dunes have a nose that may reach 90m high, with trailing arms / ridges parallel to the prevailing southeasterly winds.

The dunes represent a source of high quality silica sand, as deep leaching of the sand masses has formed a podzolic soil profile with a thick A2 horizon of white silica sand up to 40m thick. The sand has been well sorted by aeolian processes and the grain size distribution is well suited to glass manufacture and foundry castings.

The dunefield also represents a potential source of heavy mineral sands (zircon, rutile and ilmenite), as HM is both present within the parabolic dune sand mass in low concentrations, and has been concentrated on deflation / lag surfaces within the dune complex and by wave / water action on the current coastline (see photo below).


Most exploration has centred on the Cape Flattery area, within the Mining Leases of CFSM, but reconnaissance exploration has been carried out over the entire dunefield in the late 1960's and agin in the early 1980's. This exploration confirmed the presence of both silica sand and heavy mineral sands, and Diatreme intends to build on the existing data and initially target those areas (e.g. Nob Point) where prospective silica sand dunes have been identified and access is readily available.

A program of geological / geomorphological mapping, drilling and sample assaying is anticipated to quickly generate silica sand resources. Bulk sample collection will allow process flowsheet development and product quality analysis, with scoping studies then undertaken.

Cape Bedford has the potential to be a high value project with a readily defined path to development.


Clermont Project (Queensland)

DRXThe Clermont Project is situated around the town of Clermont in central Queensland. Diatreme is exploring for porphyry and stratabound bulk tonnage copper/gold deposits along with mesothermal gold deposits. The project area covers numerous prospects including the Rosevale Project and the historic Peak Downs Copper Mine.

The Peak Downs Copper Mine was worked between 1863 to 1877, with 17 000 tonnes of copper reported to have been produced from the mining and smelting operations on site. The Peak Downs mine workings lie within the Bathampton Metamorphics and exploited supergene mineralisation from VMS related mineralisation.

Previous gold mining activity in the region included mining of placers in Permian conglomerates and from Tertiary and Cainozoic alluvial deposits. Gold was discovered in gullies to the south of Clermont township in 1861 and by 1862 mining extended from McDonalds Flat in the southeast to Hurley's Lead in the northwest. The main centres of alluvial mining were in the area adjacent to the Clermont township. Between 1877 and 1901, recorded gold production amounted to 5 458 kg from deep leads and other alluvial sources and only 308 kg from quartz lodes. Production from the Clermont Goldfield during the period 1862 to 1901 is documented as 8 200 kg of gold. Mining activity declined after 1910 and by the 1920s had almost ceased. In 1931 a new lead, discovered at Miclere, sparked a revival of mining, which continued through to the mid 1950s. During the 1980s and early 1990s small to medium-scale alluvial mining was carried out at McDonalds Flat, Bathampton, and Expedition Creek. Total gold production for the Clermont area to 1993 is estimated to be about 14 000 kg.

Rosevale Project

The Rosevale Porphyry Corridor (RPC) has the potential to host a large buried porphyry copper - gold - molybdenum mineralised system. This prospect was discovered by Diatreme in 2008 and work has included deep diamond core drilling which has assisted in identifying porphyry related copper/molybdenum and breccia hosted silver/lead/zinc/gold mineralisation.

Recent exploration over Clermont has resulted in an improved understanding of the geology and mineralisation of the Rosevale Porphyry Corridor. This work has highlighted drill-ready porphyry copper targets. At the Gollan Prospect toward the northern end of the Rosevale Porphyry Corridor, Diatreme has defined from drilling a wide zone of haematite-bearing propylitic alteration of the intrusives, located in a zone of abundant secondary carbonate copper on surface. The geological setting is reminiscent of the high grade Ridgeway deposit at Cadia NSW.

Exploration in 2012 resulted in the discovery of the Savannah Prospect to the southeast of the Rosevale Porphyry Corridor. Mapping and rock chip results from Savannah have return significant results of up to 25ppm gold, 80ppm silver, 1.8% copper, 1.4% lead, and 1.4% zinc over a strike length of 1.4km.

Mesothermal Gold

A number of structural trends are known within the tenement area and the Anakie Inlier generally, but the most significant of these are the faults and shear zones that have associated silicification with gold mineralisation. Gold mineralisation in the Clermont area occurs in a number of geological environments. Quartz reefs in the Anakie Metamorphics sequence are known to contain gold mineralisation and deposits of this type accounted for some historical gold production.

Most of the past exploration on the known gold bearing quartz vein systems within the Anakie Metamorphics has shown these to be small. These veins are the likely source of at least some of the alluvial gold deposits in the Clermont area. However the amount of alluvial gold at Clermont is not in accordance with the known gold bearing quartz vein and shear occurrences. This is the case immediately south of Clermont where there is no significant known source for the amount of gold that was mined from the rich Wild Cat lead and other leads in this area. This suggests that, either there are undiscovered gold bearing quartz veins in this area, or another hard rock source exists for the gold. It is the potential for an alternative hard rock source for the gold found in some of these alluvial deposits near Clermont that has driven gold exploration in the district.

Peak Downs

Copper was mined at the Peak Downs Copper Mine following its discovery in 1862 and during the period to 1877, 17,000 tonnes of copper (100,000 tonnes @ 17% copper) is reported to have been produced from the mining and smelting operations on site. The Peak Downs mine workings are situated 6km south of Clermont with Diatreme's tenement and copper mineralisation appears to be of a volcanic hosted massive sulphide type with a basic volcanic association that has a supergene cap. Mineralisation principally consists of pyrite and chalcopyrite associated with a narrow banded siliceous iron formation.

A number of historic resource estimates have been estimated for Peak Downs that require further work to be JORC compliant. These estimates indicate Peak Downs contains approximately 30,000 tonnes of copper close to surface that would be capable of being mined and processed by a conventional heap leach solvent extraction - electrowinning (HL SX-EW) mining operation. Further drilling and bulk sample test work is required for the resource to be JORC compliant and for feasibility studies to be carried out. Copper has been mined historically from many smaller underground mining operations throughout the Clermont tenement and these have been the subjected to numerous exploration programmes to date over the Clermont tenements.

Further exploration is warranted over Clermont particularly over the Rosevale Porphyry Corridor, and Peak Downs for copper, Savannah for gold and base metals and at the Palm Trees Prospect (near the historic McDonalds Flat mines) for gold.

Grays Hill Project (Queensland)

Exploration Permit for Minerals (EPM) 25117 Grays Hill, covering 272km2, has been applied for over an area in central Queensland which is prospective for both porphyry copper/molybdenum mineralisation and possible heavy mineral sands mineralisation.

The project area lies to the south of known heavy mineral sand deposits in the region and is located about 45km northeast of Rockhampton. Previously subject to exploration during the 1960's, 70's and 80's, little, if any, exploration has been undertaken in the region since 1985.

Mineral Sands

A prominent basement lineament (which may have once been a shoreline) sits at +20m above sea level for a length of approximately 8km in a north south direction and 6km inland from the present coast. The zone is deemed prospective for the development of heavy mineral sand concentrations and is expected to be drill tested using the Company's own air core drilling rig once the tenement is granted.

The Wasp Porphyry Prospect

The Wasp Porphyry Prospect, discovered in 1969 and intermittently explored until 1985, lies immediately behind the basement lineament described above. Although this prospect has been subject to previous geochemical sampling, geophysics and drilling it remains prospective for porphyry style mineralisation using modern exploration techniques. With low grade mineral intersections reported from drilling by Kennecott Explorations (Australia) Pty Ltd (five diamond and 21 reverse circulation drillholes) and Oremco (Aust) Pty Ltd (nine diamond drill holes) further testing is warranted over this prospect along with other prospects in the region. The sulphide mineralisation covers an area of 10km2 with mineralisation associated with a poorly exposed granodiorite stock and numerous related breccia pipes.

To date, mineralisation consists of massive to disseminated pyrite and locally enriched sulphide along fracture zones. Chalcopyrite (copper), galena (lead) and sphalerite (zinc) are also present within fracture zones.

Through information research and high level remote sensing data reviews, Diatreme has been able to identify valid porphyry copper / molybdenum systems and considers the Wasp Porphyry Prospect to have the potential to host a large economical mineralised system.

Upon tenement grant, exploration will commence on both the mineral sands targets and porphyry copper along with regional exploration throughout the remainder of the tenement.

Tick Hill Gold Project (Queensland)

The Tick Hill Gold Project is comprised of three granted mining leases (ML7094, 7096 & 7097) each with an area of 130ha for a total area of 390ha. The ML's are located 110km southeast of Mount Isa in northwest Queensland

In March 2015 the ML's were formally assigned to Diatreme following execution of the Option and Sale Agreement with Mount Isa Mines Limited.

Diatreme previously reached agreement with Superior Resources Limited (ASX:SPQ) to farm out the Tick Hill Gold Project (refer ASX Announcement Aug 2011)

The Tick Hill Gold Deposit was mined between 1991 and 1995 by Carpentaria Gold Pty Ltd (a subsidiary of MIM Holdings Limited) for the production of 513,333 ounces of gold from 705,000 tonnes of ore at a recovered grade of 22.6 g/t gold (MIM Holdings Limited Annual Reports). This makes it one of the highest grade gold deposits in Australia's recent gold producing history.

Previous mining at Tick Hill was by an open pit with an underground mine beneath the open pit. Access to the underground mine was via a decline. A blind-bored vertical shaft which connected to the decline at depth was used for ventilation and as a mine escape route. Both the decline and vertical shaft were capped by concrete at the completion of mining but both are expected to be recoverable if required for further mining. Mine workings are currently flooded.

The prime purpose of the exploration program to be completed by SPQ is to define a high-grade gold resource similar to that previously mined by Carpentaria Gold Pty Ltd. SPQ has identified a fault near the bottom of the previously mined gold shoot with the possibility that the gold shoot may exist at depth in an offset position from the previously mined area. SPQ will initially drill areas containing the possible offset extension of the mined shoot.

Additional exploration to be completed by SPQ includes assessment of other potentially gold bearing areas within the mining leases, testing of the tailings from the previous mining to determine if these contain sufficient gold to warrant reprocessing, assessment of potential alluvial resources and investigation of the grade of the old mine dumps.

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Share Statistics

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Trailing 12 Months {{ratios['Per share data'].TTMREVPS.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Per share data'].TTMFCFSHR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Per share data'].TTMCFSHR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - - -
  Dividend Per Share EPS Normalized EPS Basic Exluding Extraordinary Items EPS Including Extraordinary Items EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items EBITD Per Share
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5 Year Average {{ratios['Per share data'].ADIV5YAVG.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - - - - -
Avg Vol(3 month) Avg Vol(10 day) Shares Outstanding Float % Held by Insiders % Held by Institutions Shares Short Shares Ratio Short % of Float Shares Short(prior month)
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Common Shareholders Shares Outstanding Shares Issued Float
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Index Code Index name
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Order Industry Type Code Mnemonic Reported
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Valuation Ratios

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  Price to Sales Price to Tangible Book Price to Free Cash Flow per Share Price to Cash Flow per Share Price to Book
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Financial Strength Ratios

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  Payout ratio Current EV/Free Cash Flow Interest coverage Total debt/total equity
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Trailing 12 Months {{ratios['Financial strength'].TTMPAYRAT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].EV2FCF_CurTTM.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Financial strength'].TTMINTCOV.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} -
Income Statement Revenue EBITD Earnings before taxes Net Income available to common Earnings before taxes Normalized Earnings per Share, Normalized, Excluding Extraordinary Items, Avg. Diluted Shares Outstanding
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  Gross Margin Net Profit Margin % Operating Margin Pre Tax Margin Free Operating Cash Flow/Revenue
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5 Year Average {{ratios.Margins.GROSMGN5YR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.MARGIN5YR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.OPMGN5YR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.PTMGN5YR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Margins.Focf2Rev_AAvg5.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
Risk Ratio Current Ratio Quick Ratio Interest Coverage LT Debt/Equity Total Debt/Total equity
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Trailing 12 Months - - {{ratios['Financial strength'].TTMINTCOV.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - -

Management Effectiveness Ratios

Turnover Asset Inventory Receivables
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Return on Average Assets EBITD Equity Investment
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Employees Net Income Revenue
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Growth Ratios

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5 Years {{ratios.Growth.REVTRENDGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.EPSTRENDGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - {{ratios.Growth.REVPS5YGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.BVTRENDGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.CSPTRENDGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.NPMTRENDGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
3 Years {{ratios.Growth.REVGRPCT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.EPSGRPCT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.DIVGRPCT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - - - -
TTM over TTM {{ratios.Growth.EPSTRENDGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.TTMEPSCHG.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - - - - -
CAGR Free Operating Cash Flow Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation & Amortization Tangible Book Value Total Debt
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5 Year Interim CAGR - {{ratios.Growth.Ebitda_TTMY5CAGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - -

Forecast Ratios

Projected Sales ProjSalesH ProjSalesL ProjSalesNumOfEst ProjSalesPS
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ProjSalesQ ProjSalesQH ProjSalesQL ProjSalesQNumOfEst Price2ProjSales
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ProjEPS ProjEPSHigh ProjEPSLow ProjEPSNumOfEst ProjEPSQ
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ProjEPSQH ProjEPSQL ProjEPSQNumOfEst ProjPE ProjLTGrowthRate
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TargetPrice EPSActual EPSPrev EPSSurprise EPSSurprisePrc
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EPSActualQ EPSPrevQ EPSSurpriseQ EPSSurpriseQPrc
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ProjProfit ProjProfitH ProjProfitL ProjProfitNumOfEst
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Financial Reports

Financial Summary

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Accounting Notes
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Directors, Officers & Company Executives

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Recommendation Statistics

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Recommendation Statistics
Recommendation Number Of Analysts
Sell Reduce Hold Buy Strong Buy {{stats.NumberOfAnalysts}}
I/B/E/S Mean
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  • Sell
  • Reduce
  • Hold
  • Buy
  • Strong Buy

Past Broker Recommendations

No Past Recommendations

Past Broker Recommendations
  Sell Underperform Hold Buy Strong Buy Total
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Target Price

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Diatreme Resources Limited

Level 2
87 Wickham Terrace
Spring Hill, QLD
AU Australia, 4000

Phone: +61 7 3832 5660

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Share Registry

Link Market Services Limited - Click here to view share registry profile

Phone: +61 2 8280 7100
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Level 12
680 George Street
Sydney, NSW
AU Australia, 2000

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