THE CONFERENCE CALLER: Trigg Mining is currently in the closing stages of an IPO to list on the ASX centred around the company’s two Sulphate of Potash (SOP) projects located near Laverton in the Goldfields of Western Australia.
The projects: Lake Rason and Lake Throssell potash projects cover approximately 2,640 square kilometres of granted tenure and are close to established transport and energy infrastructure and are nearby the Tropicana and Gruyere gold mines.
The projects contain more than 400sqkm of playa lakes and 300 km of interpreted palaeochannels, all prospective for brine hosted SOP mineralisation.
Trigg is looking at creating a local-domestic supply chain of Sulphate of Potash, which Australia currently imports from as far away as Canada and Germany.
The company has stamped a footprint across its two SOP projects in the WA Goldfields with an eye of catering to Australian and International markets.
The Resources Roadhouse sat down with Trigg Mining managing director Keren Paterson at the Diggers & Dealers 2019 Mining Forum in Kalgoorlie.