Mines has opened a new office in Parkes for the Flemington Mining project near Fifield. The new office at 6/344-348 Clarinda Street, Parkes (formerly Video Ezy) opened in October, and will become the base for the Australian Mines team working on the Flemington project.
The local community is invited to drop in to the office between 9am and 12pm on Tuesday, 4th December to learn more about Australian Mines and the Fifield project. Exploration Manager Stuart Peterson and Community Engagement Officer Cindy Nutley will be on hand to discuss the project, including the short-term activities and long-term goals.
Australian Mines was formed in 2001 with nickel exploration and production as the initial focus. Now, Australian Mines is committed to becoming a significant producer of essential technology metals by bringing its cobalt-scandium-nickel ore bodies into production in the shortest possible time frame. These high value commodities are sought after by a range of technology manufacturing sectors, including the battery and transport industries.
The Flemington project near Fifield is in its early stages and is a direct continuation of the world-class Sunrise project being developed by CleanTeq, with the two projects separated only by a tenement boundary. Australian Mines has acquired 100% ownership of the exploration tenements and a mining lease application has been submitted. The project benefits from a secured, permanent water allocation to support a future mining operation.
The new office in Parkes has been established to support field operations ahead of the pre-feasibility study on the project, and reiterates the company’s recruitment principles of preferentially employing from the local community.
Call in any time during business hours if you are interested in the project and can’t make the drop-in session on Tuesday. Drop-in sessions are also planned at Trundle and Condobolin soon, with dates to be advised.