Kamina Cobalt & Nickel Project
The Kamina Project in Togo is an early stage exploration project that is prospective for and has previously delineated cobalt (‘Co’) and nickel (‘Ni’) mineralisation.
The project at a glance
- Comprises five separate exploration licences, Kamina I to Kamina V, covering 854.3 square kilometres of ground
- The licences were awarded to Keras in May 2017 and have an initial term of three years, which can be renewed twice for a period of two years each
- Average rock chips from the mineralised zone grade at 0.82% Ni and 0.19% Co, with highs of 1.4% Ni and 0.25% Co
The exploration licences are comprised of sericite schist, chlorite sericite schite and quartzite injected by ultramafic rocks. Numerous gossans and gossaniferrous schist outcrop surrounding the mafic and the ultramafic bodies. As a result, the target mineralisation is sulphide Ni/Co orebodies.Several rock chips have been returned from the priority target, with results as shown in the table below. The in-situ value of the cobalt mineralisation based on the average of these grades is greater than the nickel component.
|Nickel %||Cobalt %||Nickel Value USD/t||Cobalt Value USD/t||Total Value USD/t||Au Eq g/t|