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Australian company focused on the exploration of future energy materials and the development of future energy projects

Ni-Cu-PGEs – McIntosh

The McIntosh Project comprises 17 exploration tenements spanning 542km2 in the East Kimberley region of Western Australia. The project area hosts known graphite deposits but more recently the Company has been assessing the project for base metals (nickel-copper) and platinum group element (PGE) deposits, such as are known to occur in close proximity. Panoramic Ltd’s Savannah Nickel Project and processing plant is to the North and Future Metals NL’s Panton PGE project is to the south of Hexagon’s McIntosh Project ground holdings. 

There has been no exploration for base metals or PGE on the McIntosh tenements since 2005, predating recent discoveries based on new mineralisation models and targeting criteria, such as Buxton/IGO’s Merlin Nickel-Copper discovery, which are also located in the Kimberley Region, however Hexagon’s systematic Ni-Cu-PGE exploration approach over the past two years has modelled and identified multiple targets to be drilled during the 2022 field season.