Beete Gold Project.
Platina’s Beete Gold Project is located in a historical high-grade mining district near Norseman, and 10km south of Scotia gold deposit. Recent gold discoveries to the south highlight region’s significant potential.
The project’s Exploration Licence Application is located 50 km south
of Norseman and covers 139 square kilometres with access from the Coolgardie to Esperance Highway.
Beete is located in a historical mining district with a number of small high-grade gold mines, and is thought to be a possible extension of the Norseman
Greenstone Belt which had a historical gold production of approximately 5.5 Mozs.
Recent discoveries to the south by Aruma Resources and Meeka Gold highlight gold potential, with Rare earth potential to be screened following Meeka Gold success.
The Beete Exploration Licence is located 50 km south of Norseman and covers 139 square kilometres. The historical Beete mine, located within the southern end of the tenement package is thought to be a possible extension of the Norseman Greenstone Belt.
Beete sits within an emerging new gold province with nearby recent gold discoveries by Aruma
Resources (ASX:AAJ) and Meeka Gold (ASX:MEK) highlighting the significant potential of the
region. Historical high-grade mining district near Norseman. 10km south of Scotia gold deposit. Recent gold discoveries to the south highlight region’s significant potential.
Historical gold production at the Beete project occurred from 1958-165, 1968, 1974 and 1976 (no-production record pre-1974).
Historical production totalled 2,816 tonnes @ 24.8 g/t yielding 2,300 Oz with 7 mine shafts identified in total.
Historical reverse circulation (RC) drilling (mostly <50m depth) on the same structural strike to the south of the tenement, reported the following Au hits:
- 1m @ 5.8g/t
- 10m @ 1.7g/t
- 4m @ 2.7g/t
- 3m @2.32g/t
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