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InterMet Resources Limited (ASX:ITT) is a base metals exploration and development company, with assets in the world class mineral deposits area of the Gawler Craton in South Australia and an exploration portfolio in northern Queensland, owned 84.5% by Hillgrove Resources Limited.

Since September 2008, when Hillgrove aquired a majority interest, considerable time has been spent reviewing the extensive InterMet portfolio with a view to reducing it to a manageable size and defining any key projects on which to focus exploration efforts. This work saw a large reduction in tenement holdings and two key focus areas identified in the Mt. Garnet area in Queensland and Lake Gilles area in South Australia.

With the review largely completed the focus has shifted to field exploration once more with on ground exploration having commenced at Munderra in Queensland in late 2009.

In June 2010 InterMet announced that it plans to refocus its activities around bulk commodities bauxite, coal and iron ore both in Australia and Indonesia. Subject to shareholder approval InterMet has secured options, via Hillgrove, to acquire a 70% shareholding in five companies that own nine exploration licenses (IUPs) over the Landak and Tayan South Bauxite Projects, covering 1,400 square kilometres in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. The region is a recognised bauxite province with the Indonesian major, PT Antam, owning the Tayan bauxite deposit, located between the Landak and South Tayan Projects.

Hillgrove's work on the Landak bauxite deposit shows that high grade, alumina production quality, bauxite can be produced with favourable recoveries from the deposits so far identified. InterMet believes the projects in Kalimantan offer the potential to host bauxite mineralisation capable of supporting long-life mining operations. The projects will provide an ideal nucleus for InterMet to participate in the buoyant bulk commodities space.

A rigorous exploration programme over the IUPs is being undertaken, with the aim of defining a bauxite resource base capable of justifying the establishment of an alumina refinery. Hillgrove has already completed several months of due diligence involving recognised mineral industry consultants Snowden Group, Independent Metallurgical Operations, METS and Aluminpro Aluminium Industry Professionals, and has conducted site surveys, test pitting and detailed metallurgical evaluations.

Mine For

bauxite, coal, iron ore, copper, gold, silver, uranium, phosphate, diamonds

Location of operation(s)

South Australia, Queensland


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