Trek Metals Company Profile

Trek Metals

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Zinc – Lead – Copper – Cobalt

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Company Overview

Trek Metals is a small cap Australian listed exploration company focused on its key asset in Gabon, the Kroussou Zn-Pb Project. This project is large, under-explored and has ore grade mineralization from surface with the potential to host large open pit zinc-lead orebodies.

The company also holds exploration tenure in Australia with the Lawn Hill Zn-Pb-Cu-Co and Arunta Li-Cu-Co Projects in the Northern Territory.

Trek Metals is exploring in frontier locations with the aim of unlocking hidden value in largely under-explored regions. Our approach to exploration sees us operating in challenging environments with the promise of rewards commensurate with effort.

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Charles Oliver – Chairman and Director
Alan Carter – President, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Dennis Moore – Director
Donald Njegovan – Director
Derrick Weyrauch – Director
Sean Kingsley – VP Corp. Development

Major Shareholders

IMC Group – 21%
Centrepeak Resources Group –  3%
Battery Minerals Ltd – 3%
Board and Management – 5%

Projects Overview

The Kroussou Project consists of one Exploration License, G4-569, covering approximately 1,500 square kilometres located in Ngounié Province, western Gabon, 220 kilometres southeast of the capital city of Libreville. The Exploration License was granted for three years and is subject to renewal in July 2018 for an additional three years

Lawn Hill Project

  • 3,610 km2 of applications in the Northern Territory
  • Same geology that hosts the World Class Century Zinc Mine – (>150Mt @ 10% Zn + Pb) and the Walford Creek Cu-Co project (15.7 Mt @ 2% Cu and 0.15% Co)
  • Historic data – numerous cobalt, zinc, copper, and lead anomalies
  • Westmoreland Conglomerate gold mineralization shows numerous similarities to Witwatersrand style gold deposits
  • NT tenements (except far western block) require negotiation process with Traditional Owners as the applications are within Aboriginal Lands


Project Highlights

  • Known mineralization along the Cretaceous basin margin
  • Rock samples confirm mineralization is from surface
  • Interpreted as “extension related MVT style” – can be higher grade than typical MVT deposits
  • Host rocks ideal for the development of a significant deposit
  • Extent of anomalism clearly due major fluid flow event
  • Minimal exploration
  • Nearly all holes drilled historically (where assayed) are anomalous or better for base metals
  • Simple exploration methodology to define further targets

• 8.2m @ 7.7% Zn + Pb from 13.6m (DK040)
• 12.5m @ 6.2% Zn + Pb from 3.9m (DK156)
• 16.0m @ 4.3% Zn + Pb from 11.0m (DKDD001) within a broader mineralized interval of 37.1m @ 2.1% Zn + Pb
• 20.8m @ 4.2% Zn + Pb from 2.4m (DKDD010)

Zinc and Lead Rich Rocks at Surface

  • JB612 – 4% Zn + Pb
  • MKR160B – 8% Zn + Pb
  • ML029c – 9% Zn + Pb
  • ML432 – 12% Zn + Pb
  • MKR154A – 3% Zn + Pb


Project Highlights

  • Widespread Copper, Cobalt, Zinc and Lead anomalism indicated following compilation of historic stream sediment data (ESSO)
  • Anomalies directly along strike, in the same structural corridor that hosts the Walford Creek Copper-Cobalt-Zinc-Lead Project
  • Copper, Cobalt, Zinc and Lead occurrences “stop” at the NT/Qld border as a result of the lack of exploration on the NT side
  • Historic drillholes (ND-1 and ND-2) intersected the same geological units hosting the Walford Creek Deposit


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PHONE: +61 8 6555 1879

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