Tartana Resources LTD

Company Highlights

Tartana Resources Limited has a mission to become a significant copper and zinc company through development of its existing projects, acquisitions of new projects and exploration success. Our existing projects have taken almost two years to assemble and provide an exciting base for our future growth.

Tartana was incorporated on 6 August 2007 as Riverside Energy Ltd (“Riverside”) and changed its name to Tartana Resources Limited on 21 March 2017 following a successful demerger from its main coal assets and moving to re-focus on copper and zinc
opportunities

We believe that our management team has the skills to execute this growth plan through the experience accumulated over many years in the mining and finance industries. The team has extensive experience in geology, mining and metallurgical processing and product marketing.

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Tartana Resources Limited

Company Highlights - Tartana Copper and Zinc Project, North Queensland

Our flagship project is located approximately 150 km west of Cairns and 40 km northwest of Chillagoe along the Burke Development Road.

The project area lies within the prospective northwest trending Chillagoe Formation belt within the Palmerville Fault zone. The Palmerville fault is interpreted as a low angle thrust dipping shallowly northeast under the Chillagoe Formation sediments. The sediments in the hanging wall are considered
to be a package of shallow to deep water sediments thrust together and separated by listric faults arising in the Palmerville Thrust.

This zone hosts major porphyry and skarn related deposits including the Red Dome porphyry copper-gold skarn, the Mungana porphyry copper-gold-zinc-lead
deposit, the King Vol high grade zinc skarn deposit and numerous smaller deposits along the belt.

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Company Highlights - Zeehan Zinc Slag Project, Western Tasmania

Tartana Resources’ fully owned subsidiary, Intec Zeehan Residues Pty Ltd owns Mining Lease ML 3M/2017 located approximately 2.5 km south of the township of Zeehan in western Tasmania. This lease contains an old smelter site along with residue stockpiles of zinc-rich slag.

The Zeehan smelter operated intermittently from 1898 to 1948 recovering lead, silver and copper from the processing of locally mined ores and ore concentrates. However the technology at that time did not allow for the recovery of zinc and hence the zinc from the  processed material ended up in relatively inert zinc slag heaps or dumps on site.

Remnants of the smelter foundations and a tailings dump are also nearby and the area is reminiscent of the early mining and smelting operations.

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Latest News

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New Life for NQ Copper Site – Industry Queensland Article – 6th June 2019

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Quantification of Exploration Targets on the Tartana Copper/Zinc Project and Announcement of an Indicated Resource for the Zeehan Zinc Slag Slag Project – 29th May 2019

Tartana Copper and Zinc Project, North Queensland

Our flagship project is located approximately 150 km west of Cairns and 40 km northwest of Chillagoe along the Burke Development Road.

Zeehan Zinc Slag Project, Western Tasmania

Tartana Resources’ fully owned subsidiary, Intec Zeehan Residues Pty Ltd owns Mining Lease ML 3M/2017 located approximately 2.5 km south of the township of Zeehan in
western Tasmania.

Mt Hess Copper-Gold Project

The Mt Hess Project (EPM 18864 & 19252) is located approximately 100km southwest of Mackay.

Amber Creek Molybdenum-Tin-Tungsten Project

The Amber Creek Project (EPM 18865) is located 177 km southwest of Cairns and comprises an area covering a  number of separate molybdenum, tin and tungsten prospects.

Our Projects

Tartana Resources Limited has a mission to become a significant copper and zinc company through development of its existing projects, acquisitions of new projects and exploration success. Our existing projects have taken almost two years to assemble and provide an exciting base for our future growth.