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geology and mineralization of awak mas a

Paper Number: 560

mineralization. However, recent gold exploration activities also include metamorphic terrains. As a result, numerous gold deposits were discovered hosted by metamorphic rocks in Sulawesi Island such as Bombana, Poboya, Bastem and Awak Mas. Awak Mas is a metasedimentary-hosted gold deposit in the Cretaceous Latimojong formation member

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Dedy Indrawan Daulay - Mine Geologist - PT Bumi Suksesindo

Nusantara Resources (ASX: NUS) is pleased to share an updated Mineral Resource Estimate (MRE) for the Awak Mas Deposit, detailing a 4% grade uplift Disukai oleh Dedy Indrawan Daulay Today Dicky Harishidayat defends his PhD thesis at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Geoscience and Petroleum.

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Hydrothermal alteration and gold mineralization of the

Geology of Awak Mas. The lithology of the Awak Mas prospect area is grouped into fault-bounded sequences of Basement, Top Decollement, Eastern Mafic, Western Grit and Cover Sequence (Archibald et al., 1996, Querubin and Waters, ) (Fig. 2). The Basement Sequence consists of gneisses, schists, diorites and ultramafic rocks.

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ORE RESERVE INCREASED BY 11% TO 1.1 MOZ GOLD

Sep 13, · The Awak Mas Gold Project, located in South Sulawesi, Indonesia covers an area of 14,390 ha, and is 100% owned through a 7 th generation Contact of Work (CoW) with the Government of Indonesia (GoI) . Exploration has led to the definition of Mineral Resources at the Awak Mas, Salu Bulo and Tarra deposits ; collectively, the Awak Mas Gold

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Trace element systematics of zoned pyrite and albite from the epizonal orogenic gold mineralization within the Awak Mas district, Sulawesi, Indonesia. – Proceeding of MGEI 10 th Southwest Pacific Resources , Makassar, Indonesia: 80-83, 5-6 December . (talk) Hakim, A.Y.A., Sulistijo, B. 2013. Integrated Exploration Method to Determine

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Awak Mas Gold Project, Indonesia. Awak Mas Gold Project in Sulawesi, Indonesia, is a 100%-owned Contract of Work (COW), a form of ownership with the Indonesian Government. It comprises 14,390 hectares, and contains a 2.0 million-ounce gold Resource plus a further 0.3-0.5Moz Exploration Target on extensions of the known deposits.

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The Project AWAK MAS is in ADVANCED DISCOVERY stage. Mining

Geology of the Awak Mas Project The deposit area is dominated by the late Cretaceous Latimojong Formation, consisting of phyllites, slates, basic to intermediate volcanics, limestone and schist representing a platform and/or fore arc trough flysch sequence.

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Mineral resources in a sustainable world - e SGA

Geology and Mineralization of Awak Mas Gold Deposit and Challenges for New Exploration Targeting in the Metamorphic Rock Terrain of Eastern Indonesia ..103 Ernowo Harjanto, F Michael Meyer, Arifudin Idrus Deep Structural Controls on Mineralization in the Superior Craton from Geophysics - the Role of

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Occurrences and Characteristics of Gold Mineralization in

Economic Geology 98: 1-29. Harjanto, E., Meyer, F.M., Idrus, A. ( ) Geology and Mineralization of Awak Mas Gold Deposit and Challenges for New Exploration Targeting in the Metamorphic Rock Terrain of Eastern Indonesia, 13th SGA Meeting, Nancy, France, 24-27 August, , p. 103-106.

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Low-Sulfidation Epithermal Carbonate-Base metal-Gold

This ‘unconventional’ sedimentary rock hosted-gold mineralization type would be the new target of gold exploration in Indonesia. F.M., Idrus, A. ( ) Hydrothermal alteration and gold mineralisation of the Awak Mas metasedimentary rockhosted gold deposit, Sulawesi, Indonesia. ( ) Geology and Mineralisation of Awak Mas: A

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Collision, rotation, and the initiation of subduction in

The island of Sulawesi, Indonesia, has been shaped and deformed as a result of collision with the Sula platform, a sliver of continental material from the northern margin of Australia‐New Guinea. T

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The Project AWAK MAS is in ADVANCED DISCOVERY stage

Geology of the Awak Mas Project: The deposit area is dominated by the late Cretaceous Latimojong Formation, consisting of phyllites, slates, basic to intermediate volcanics, limestone and schist representing a platform and/or fore arc trough flysch sequence.

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Hydrothermal alteration and gold mineralization of the Awak

The gold mineralization system of the Awak Mas prospect is scientifically poorly understood. To improve the scientific understanding, we carry out field observation supported by mineralogy, geochemistry and fluid inclusion analysis to understand the hydrothermal processes, which played an important role during gold mineralization.

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HIGH IMPACT EXPLORATION DRILLING PROGRAM UNDERWAY For

Figure 1: Interpreted structural repetitions between Awak Mas and Salu Bulo deposits Figure 2: Cross Section location of Proposed Phase 1 Exploration Drilling. Awak Mas Deposit Extensions The Awak Mas deposit Mineral Resource has previously had very limited drilling to the east, with the Rante Domain open in this direction (Figure 2).

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ASX RELEASE: LSX 10 May

to advance the Awak Mas Gold Project to the next stage of development involving the preparation of a Definitive Feasibility Study. The Awak Mas gold field remains open along a 10km strike with numerous exploration prospects identified with potential for resource expansion”. hiGhliGhts New geological interpretation adopted:

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Ore minerals show replacement, ex-solution, colloform, and zonal textures. The paragenesis diagram was made from a careful study of polished sections and thin sections. Textures of ore minerals such as banded, exsolution, replacement, and zone, have been interpreted to correspond to the order of deposition.

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GEOLOGY AND ORE MINERALISATION OF NEOGENE

Querubin, C.D., and Walters, S. ( ) Geology and Mineralization of Awak Mas: A Sedimentary Hosted Gold Deposit, South Sulawesi, Indonesia, Proceedings of The Sulawesi Mineral Seminar, Manado 28-29 November , pp. 211-229. Warmada, IW. (2003) Ore mineralogy and geochemistry of the Pongkor epithermal goldsilver deposit, Indonesia

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Chrome-Spinel (of Dana): Mineral information, data and

Franchuk, Anatoliy, Peter C. Lightfoot, and Daniel J. Kontak. "High tenor Ni–PGE sulfide mineralization in the South Manasan ultramafic intrusion, Paleoproterozoic Thompson Nickel Belt, Manitoba, Canada." Ore Geology Reviews 72 ( ): 434-458. Northwest Territories; Lac de Gras; Ekati Mine ⓘ Koala pit

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PDF Paper Number: 560

mineralization. However, recent gold exploration activities also include metamorphic terrains. As a result, numerous gold deposits were discovered hosted by metamorphic rocks in Sulawesi Island such as Bombana, Poboya, Bastem and Awak Mas. Awak Mas is a metasedimentary-hosted gold deposit in the Cretaceous Latimojong formation member

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PDF Mineral resources in a sustainable world - e SGA

Geology and Mineralization of Awak Mas Gold Deposit and Challenges for New Exploration Targeting in the Metamorphic Rock Terrain of Eastern Indonesia ..103 Ernowo Harjanto, F Michael Meyer, Arifudin Idrus Deep Structural Controls on Mineralization in the Superior Craton from Geophysics - the Role of

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Nusantara Resources Collaborative Team, Enhanced ... - Geology

Nusantara Resources has a specific challenge – to produce a feasibility study that demonstrates the Awak Mas project as being robust and economically exploitable. At the end of , prior to IPO, there was a requirement for Nusantara Resources to start from scratch with a new approach to the geological interpretation.

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