The KingX-Earaheedy Project consists of four granted Exploration Licences and seven Exploration Licence applications with a total area of 2986km2.
The tenements are located 130km north-east of Wiluna and are serviced by a network of station tracks.
The KingX-Earaheedy tenements cover a sequence of Palaeoproterozoic detrital and chemical sediments which on-lap Archaean rocks of the Yilgarn Craton. In the lower part, the sediments include pelletal iron-formations which are overlain by carbonates. Outcropping in the transition from iron to carbonate rich are scattered outcrops of manganese-rich rocks. This setting has strong analogies with the Kalahari Basin in Southern Africa which hosts the largest accumulations of manganese in the World.
In addition to manganese, the Kalahari Basin also host deposits of copper and other base-metals. As such, any exploration on the Earaheedy tenements will review and investigate opportunities for base-metal mineralization.
Since taking ownership of the Earaheedy Project, Coziron has completed a 400km2 airborne radiometric-magnetic survey. The data has been processed by an independent Geophysicist. Targets have been generated which will be follow-up using mapping, soil and rock-chip sampling and drilling.