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Elemental Minerals

ISIN: AU000000K2P1 | WKN: A2DGDH
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Das neueste Projekt des deutschen Stargeologen Klaus Eckhof, der bereits Mount Edon Gold Mines und Spinifex Gold Ltd. zu milliardenschweren Übernahmen führte und momentan sehr erfolgreich u.a. bei Moto Goldmines Ltd. und Aurora Gold Ltd. nach Gold und anderen Bodenschätzen gräbt.

Elemental Minerals Ltd. besitzt momentan zwei Projekte in Westaustralien. Wer Eckhof aber kennt, weiß, dass er sich damit sicherlich nicht zufrieden geben wird. Die Akquisition von mehreren weitaus lukrativeren Projekten in Afrika und/oder Südamerika dürfte nur eine Frage der Zeit sein.

Mehr zu Elemental Minerals Ltd. gibts peu-a-peu in den kommenden Tagen.


Website: http://www.elementalminerals.com.au/

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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 21.089.251 von newzealaender am 05.04.06 16:46:30Mein Gott bei wieviel "Projekten"arbeitet denn auch von mir sehr
geschätzte Herr Eckhoff(habe bei Tiger)ganz gut verdient.Aber
irgendwann ist auch di9e Arbeitskapazität eines "Genies" am Ende.
Soll doch bei 3-4Firmen seine Kompetenz einsetzen.Wenn bald im
jeden 3 Explorerthread sein Name auftaucht,zieht der bald auch nicht mehr:cry::cry:
Hab mic hein bisschen länger mit dem Titel beschäftigt und denke, dass wir hier einen Tenbagger im Frühstadium erwischt haben..wartet ab, bis die Börsenbrief-Meute den Wert entdeckt! ;-)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 21.090.143 von Redy am 05.04.06 17:28:02Klaus Eckhof hat gute Leute um sich, die ihm eine Menge Arbeit abnehmen. So hat er z.B. einen eigenen Projektmanager, der für ihn neue Projekte sichtet.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 21.090.393 von MONSIEURCB am 05.04.06 17:39:50Wie geasagt, wenn Eckhof als Chairman, also Boss einsteigt, dann wird da auch was draus, es werden wohl bald neue Projekte eingebracht werden, vermute ich stark, denn von Exploration in OZ hält Eckhof recht wenig.
Hier die beiden momentanen Projekte, die aber wie gesagt, meiner Meinung nach zukünftig nur eine untergeordnete Rolle spielen werden, aber laut Eckhof dennoch sehr gute Grade aufweisen, hier ist sicherlich ein JV oder ein farm-in denkbar:

Elemental Minerals has two projects in the Kimberley and Forrestania regions of Western Australia.

The Kimberley Project, which is made up of two granted Exploration Licenses and four pending exploration licenses, covers one of the largest sill complexes in the world. Such large volumes of mafic magma are indicative of sustained plume activity from a mantle source, a setting that has similarities to Noril’sk, one of the larger mineral deposits in the world. In addition, the copper occurrences within the Carson Volcanics in the same tenement group show similarities to Zambian type copper mineralisation.

The Forrestania Project, made-up of two granted Exploration Licenses, encompass a concealed interpreted, greenstone target that is prospective for nickel sulphide (and possibly gold) mineralisation. They also represent a strategic position in an area that is thriving with exploration activity and previously unrecognised potential.

Elemental Minerals plans to spend approximately $1.8M in the first two years after listing to explore for precious and base metals including uranium, PGE’s and gold at the Kimberley Project and nickel and gold at the Forrestania Project. In addition to exploring and developing its current projects, the Directors will assess and pursue other valid economic opportunities in mining and exploration.

Kimberley Project
Kimberley Project - Prospective for Base Metals, Uranium, PGE, Gold

The Kimberley tenements located approximately 120km northwest of Halls Creek comprise two granted exploration licenses E80/3277 and E80/3278, covering a total of 136 blocks. Four applications are currently pending approval (ELA’s80/3445-8) in the same area covering 70 blocks each.

The project areas have seen sparse exploration throughout history. The area was explored during the 1970’s for base metals and uranium, and more recently for copper and gold. These programs concentrated on the Carson Volcanics, King Leopold Sandstone and Elgee Sandstone. The tenements contain prospective units such as the Carson Volcanics and the Hart Dolerite. These units represent a phase of intracratonic rifting resulting from mantle-plume activity and as such have the potential to host base metal sulphides with associated PGE’s and gold. The Carson Volcanics represent extruded lavas and interbedded sediments related to the intracratonic rifting and have the potential to host stratabound copper mineralisation, lead, zinc, gold silver and PGE’s. The Hart Dolerite is a series of massive tholeiitic dolerite sills and granophyre intrusions containing trace chalcopyrite and hydrothermal veins of base and precious metals. This unit represents the driving force behind the intracratonic rifting. This intracratonic rifting system has been recognised previously but only recent conceptual modelling of other such systems has highlighted its significance as a potential host for large metal deposits. Tectonic models suggest a regime of subduction and compressive forces prior to pluming, with these forces creating structural pathways that possibly, but not necessarily, aided the thermal evolution of the plume as it heated the underside of the plate. Sill complex emplacement through the basinal sediments and limestone reef systems should result in enhanced sulphur concentration to a point where saturation occurs developing sulphide accumulations in the basal sections of the sill similar to the Noril'sk style of metal deposition. Tenements were applied for with the aim of blocking out a large section of this orogenic belt as the Company believes it has significant potential to host large mineral deposits.

Previous Exploration 1968 - 1971: Previous exploration discovered copper mineralisation within the Carson Volcanics during 1968. Several prospects were actively explored until 1971 under an exploration joint venture. Exploration during this time was limited to gridding, geological mapping, stream sediment, soil and rock chip geochemistry. Samples taken from around Carson 1, located within the project tenements, were analysed for copper only, the maximum reported result was 5%. Regional exploration in the area concentrated on base metal and uranium targets.

2001 - 2002: A compilation, review and analysis of previous exploration activities was undertaken while acquiring air photos, Landsat and digital topographic images. Exploration in the field was limited to 16 multi-element (Au, Ag, As, Bi, Cr, Cu, Fe, Mo, Ni, Pd, Pt, Sb, Se and Zn) stream samples analysed by Genalysis and rock chip sampling (17 samples) conducted over copper bearing exposures. The rock chip samples were analysed for Au, Ag, As and Cu utilising Aqua-Regia digest with a flame AAS or solvent extraction finish. Several high copper results (up to 5% Cu – rock chip), anomalous silver (8.1g/t Ag – rock chip) and bismuth (2.46ppm Bi – stream sample) were reported. The gold content was of a low order (0.09g/t Au - rock chip) and as such the project did not appear to warrant further exploration and the tenement was released.

Forrestania Project
Forrestania Project - Prospective for Nickel and Gold

The Forrestania tenements are located approximately 140km east of Hyden, proximal to the Lake Johnston Greenstone Belt in Western Australia. The Forrestania Project comprises two granted exploration licenses E63/880 and E63/881, covering a total of 64 blocks. Access to the area can be obtained from the Hyden- Norseman unsealed road. This road directly crosses E63/880 and runs just to the north of E63/881. The Forrestania and Lake Johnston districts are being actively explored for nickel sulphide mineralisation by other companies.

Recent discoveries of nickel sulphides have occured at the Flying Fox, Emily Ann and Maggie Hays projects. The Project Tenements lie to the south and south west of the Maggie Hays deposit, and have interpreted structural targets and the likelihood of covered greenstone sequences. Previous Exploration Little exploration has occurred over the project tenements though regional programs during the 1980’s indicate that greenstones were present in the area (just north of E63/880). It is apparent from other exploration activities that covered greenstones occur in this region that have gone unrecognised until now. Exploration in the area has been hampered by the surficial cover prevalent in the area and preconceived ideas regarding underlying stratigraphy.

The Lake Johnston greenstone belt is narrow and outcrops poorly over 200km. The majority of the belt is covered by laterite, thin colluvium and wind blown sand. Exploration for nickel resources commenced in the 1960’s, with the successful delineation of nickel sulphide and disseminated mineralisation following over the next 30 years. The greenstone succession of basalt has been intruded by mafic to ultramafic intrusions generally parallel to layering. This is overlain by various sediment units including a banded iron formation, which is in turn overlain by felsic volcanics. The belt is bounded by the Koolyanobbing fault to the east and is complexly faulted resulting in some stratigraphic repetition caused by thrusting. Late stage dolerite dykes cut the sequence east-west as does some quartz veining. Mineralisation is related to ultramafic and felsic volcanic units which contain both nickel sulphide and disseminated mineralisation styles. Tectonic activity post emplacement has caused remobilisation along structures, lineaments and litholigcal contacts.

Recent exploration has uncovered previously unknown rafts of greenstone that are prospective for nickel sulphide mineralisation. These units are interpreted to pass through the project tenements. Exploration Potential The Lake Johnston and Forrestania Regions have in recent years been subjected to active and sustained exploration for mainly nickel sulphide mineralisation. Regional aeromagnetic, new stratigraphic information and identified structural corridors indicate the possibility of favourable stratigraphy within the project tenements that could host nickel sulphide mineralisation. The intersection of ultramafics proximal to the project tenements outside previously recognised greenstone belts further supports the areas prospectivity. Both tenements have the potential to host orogenic vein gold, nickel, heavy mineral sands and diamonds.
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Nun wird mit den hoffentlich bald erscheinenden ersten News mit Klaus Eckhofs Handschrift ELM erst richtig abgehen.

Bin bei Moto Mitte 2005 rein und freue mich über 300%, aber mit ELM könnte es ein 10-Bagger werden.

Mal sehen, was die nächsten 2 Jahre bringen.
ich war schon kurz davor das invest zum EK wieder aus der hand zu geben, auch wegen informationsmangel. eine email an das management von Elemental blieb leider bisher unbeantwortet.
aber mitlerweile denke ich, dass die aktie großes potential hat.

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 21.098.872 von spruchreif am 06.04.06 10:41:59Wir sind erst am Anfang einer langen Entwicklung ;)
weiß jemand von euch eine gute website für australische Werte (mit Charts, Indiktoren)
marketwach.com ist bei kanadischen und US-Werten gut, aber bei den Australischen oft mit fehlerhafter Anzeige.


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