Blackstone Minerals Ltd Company Profile
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Exploring Southeast Asia’s Premier Nickel Sulfide District

Blackstone Minerals have a suite of advanced resource projects, including the company's 90% owned Ta Khoa Nickel Mine.

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Blackstone Minerals is the 90% owner of the Ta Khoa Nickel Project which is located 160km west of Hanoi in the Son La Province of Vietnam. The project includes an existing modern nickel mine built to Australian Standards and is currently under care and maintenance. The Ban Phuc nickel mine successfully operated as a mechanised underground nickel mine from 2013 to 2016.

Blackstone Minerals also have a variety of other advanced and prospective international mineral projects. This includes its Canadian Little Gem (Cobalt & Gold) and Cartier (Cobalt & Nickel) projects, and its Australian Silver Swan South Project (Gold & Nickel), Middle Creek (Gold) and Red Gate (Gold) Projects.

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An international portfolio of battery & precious metals exploration projects

BlackStone are advancing a portfolio of projects, including its significant Ta Khoa Nickle Project which includes an existing modern nickel mine built to Australian Standards.
Significant Asset

The Ta Khoa Nickel Project has had over US$136m in capital invested in it by its previous owners, and is a fully operational mine that is currently on care & maintenance.

Exploration Upside

There are many exploration targets in the Ta Khoa Dome that are prospective for multiple magmatic nickel sulfide deposits which were not exploited by its previous owners.

Multiple Projects

In addition to the Ta Khoa Nickel project, Blackstone have multiple international resource projects covering cobalt, nickel and gold, making it a diversified battery minerals exploration company

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Southeast Asia’s Premier Nickel Sulfide District

The Ta Khoa Nickel Project (90% owned) is an existing modern nickel mine built to Australian Standards that is currently under care and maintenance. The project is 160km west of Hanoi in the Son La Province of Vietnam. This project includes a 150km2 land package and 34.8km2 of exploration licenses. There are over 25 advanced stage massive sulfide vein (MSV) targets and a number of large bulktonnage disseminated sulfide (DSS) targets.

The Ta Khoa Project In More Detail

The previous owners of the Ta Khoa Project have spent US$136m on its development, and only ~3.5 years taking advantage of its investment. The mine has been kept in good standing by Blackstone Minerals ready for a potential near-term resumption of operations.

Significant Nickel Hits Have Already Been Made...

Blackstone have announced further positive exploration results from recent drilling, including 29.4 m at 1.00% Ni and 0.12% Cu from 140.6m and 27.7 m at 0.88% Ni and 0.09% Cu from 101.0 m.

... With Further Room For Exploration Upside

The Ta Khoa Dome is prospective for multiple magmatic nickel sulfide deposits. Thus there are many potential opportunities for Blackstone Minerals to expand its nickel resources. Blackstone is fully funded to deliver a maiden resource and a scoping study.

Latest Drill Results

Click here to view Blackstone Minerals latest Nickel Sulfide Drill Results

Other High Quality International Projects

Blackstone Minerals have a portfolio of high quality international resource projects. One of these includes the high grade Cobalt-Gold project Little Gem in Canada, which has had historical high-grade results including 1.8 m at 2.4% co & 112 g/t au, 3.3 m at 1.4% co & 12 g/t au; and 4.1 m at 1.4% cobalt & 11 g/t au.

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Blackstone Minerals to raise capital to advance the Ta Khoa Nickel Project
Monday 14/09/2020
Blackstone commences drilling new nickel targets at Ta Cuong
Monday 07/09/2020
Blackstone Intersects Broad Zones of Nickel Sulfides At Ban Chang
Wednesday 02/09/2020
Blackstone Discovers new Viper Nickel Zone At Ta Khoa
Wednesday 19/08/2020
Blackstone Doubles Exploration Capacity At Ta Khoa Nickel-Cu-PGE Project
Thursday 13/08/2020
Blackstone Continues To Intersect High-Grade Nickel At Ban Chang
Tuesday 11/08/2020
King Cobra Discovery Extended At Depth - 47m at 1% Nickel from 65m
Thursday 30/07/2020
Blackstone Intersects 200m Long High-Grade Nickel-Copper-PGE Zone At Ban Chang
Wednesday 22/07/2020
Blackstone Generates New High Grade Nickel-Copper-PGE Target
Thursday 16/07/2020
Blackstone Purchases Third Diamond Drill Rig to Accelerate Drilling at Ban Chang
Tuesday 07/07/2020
Ban Chang Prospect Extended By 1km – 5.7m @ 2% Ni, 1% Cu & 1g/t PGE
Thursday 02/07/2020
Blackstone Intersects Further Broad Nickel Sulfides At Ban Chang
Tuesday 23/06/2020
Blackstone Intersects 3.0% Ni, 2.1% Cu & 3.4g/t PGE at Ban Chang
Wednesday 17/06/2020
Blackstone Intersects Over 9 Meter Wide Zone Of Nickel Sulfides At Ban Chang
Thursday 11/06/2020
Blackstone Intersects Massive Sulfide Nickel at Ban Chang
Wednesday 03/06/2020
Blackstone commences drilling on regional massive sulfide targets at Ta Khoa Nickel-PGE project
Friday 29/05/2020
Blackstone continues to deliver broad nickel sulfide at King Cobra discovery
Thursday 14/05/2020
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