Yanrey Uranium Project
The Yanrey Uranium Project is a regional exploration project that comprises 1,270 km2 of exploration title that secures a large and geologically prospective uranium targets, including the Bennet Well Deposit, along with a well-developed pipeline of prospects that await further exploration work, all situated in an emerging mineral field that is yet to be fully tested.
Bennet Well Uranium Deposit
The Bennet Well Uranium Deposit forms part of the Yanrey Uranium Project and is defined by a total Uranium Resource of 38.9 Mt at 360 ppm eU308 (JORC 2012) which remains open. The deposit has a geological setting and physical characteristic that may allow low cost mining through in situ recovery methods, and is secured by one of the exploration licenses of the Yanrey Uranium Project.
The Melrose Ni-Cu-PGE Project is located in the West Yilgarn Province of Western Australia, originally discovered and defined by Chalice in 2019. The Exploration Licence consists of a 169 km2 tenement, and is situated approximately 250 km north of Perth.Cauldron has also pegged a large area immediately west and south of the Melrose Project area covering a further area of ~1,338 km2 containing further nickel and copper prospects interpreted to be on the same structural trend.
River Sand Projects
With sustainably extracted river sands in high demand, the Company’s River Sands Projects on the Gascoyne River, Ashburton River and Fitzroy River are ideally positioned to service the southeast Asian market with construction-ready products at a low shipping cost.