PRESENTATIONS & RESEARCH REPORTS
- 30 April 2013 Quarterly Activities and Cashflow Report
- 30 April 2013 St George Raises Funds
- 29 April 2013 Project Dragon Farmin Option Extension
- 23 April 2013 St George Commences Drilling at Cambridge Nickel Prospect
- 19 April 2013 St George Prepares to Drill at Cambridge Nickel Prospect
- 12 March 2013 Half Yearly Report
- 30 January 2013 St George Confirms Nickel Potential at Cambridge
- 22 January 2013 High Priority Targets at Red Dragon REE Prospect
- 17 December 2012 Cambridge Nickel Prospect - Exploration Update
- 26 November 2012 St George Provides Update on Drilling Programme
- 20 November 2012 St George Defines Priority Targets at Cambridge
- 12 November 2012 St George Commences 2012 Drilling Programme
- 31 October 2012 Quarterly Activities and Cashflow Report
- 26 October 2012 Notice of Annual General Meeting
- 25 October 2012 Drill Results at Project Dragon
- 23 October 2012 Nickel Sulphides Identified at Project Dragon
Blue Thunder Gold Project
The Blue Thunder Gold Project covers 7-8 km of strike of the highly prospective Koolpin Formation. It lies along the Fenton Shear, which is a significant regional structure located to the west of and is sub parallel to the well endowed Pine Creek Shear.
Homestake Gold of Australia Limited (“Homestake”) previously explored this ground for gold during the 1990’s. Exploration was based on a model which suggested stratigraphic and other similarities between the area covered by the Blue Thunder Gold Project and the area at the Homestake gold deposit at Lead, South Dakota (50+ M oz Au).
The Thunderbolt Prospect, a very large gold system, was identified following a regional diamond drilling programme by Homestake. The Company intends to carry out focused exploration activity at the Project with additional diamond drilling at the Thunderbolt Prospect, and the identification and evaluation of other targets within the prospective mineral trend.
The following figure shows the regional magnetics of the Blue Thunder Gold Project, as well as the proximity to the Cosmo Howley deposit (2+ MozAu).