The Bullabulling Gold Project (BGP) is comprised mostly of an alluvium covered Archaean aged greenstone belt. The Project lies within the easternmost portion of the Coolgardie Domain. The main lithologies of the area are quartz amphibolites, mafic volcanics, felsic volcanics and sediments, and ultramafics. The stratigraphic succession has been intruded by several generations of granite. Late stage pegmatite dyke swarms and felsic porphyries cut across the stratigraphy.
Three styles of gold mineralisation have been identified within the project area. They are laterite hosted, supergene mineralisation, and primary mineralisation. There is evidence of at least one of these styles of mineralisation at each of the Company’s high priority targets.
Tenement holdings are systematically explored using modern exploration techniques such as; predictive modelling, 3D inversion modelling, modern geophysical and remote sensing techniques, and multielement geochemistry.
Several key high priority target areas have been identified, these are analysed against existing empirical datasets such as drilling, surface geochemistry, and aeromagnetics.
Near Term Gold Production Project
The Geko Gold Open Pit Project (Geko) is a near term gold production project containing a JORC compliant resource of 130,000 oz of gold.
There is potential at Geko to develop a significant mine life based on the existing resource with possible extension along strike and adjacent exploration targets on the Geko mining lease.
GEE is focused on bringing Geko into production to self-fund its exploration program over the other high priority targets.
Advanced Gold Prospects
First Find and Endeavour are advanced exploration prospects. They have been systematically developed with numerous drilling campaigns, with maiden resources now expected on each project.
High Priority Gold Exploration Targets
Other high priority exploration targets include Bungarra, Ubini, Chuckwalla, Komodo-Mallee Dragon Trend, Goanna, West Endeavour and Shooters.
The BGP is also prospective for nickel and lithium.
The region is well served by sealed roads, high voltage power, telephone and water, rail to port and is close to major towns and mining processing facilities.