Admiralty Resources NL is a diversified mining company with mineral interests in Australia and Chile and trades on the Australian Securities Exchange under the code ADY.
Admiralty's main project is the Sociedad Contractual Minera Vallenar Iron Company project located in the Region III of Chile, a project in which Admiralty holds a 100% interest. The Company also has a 100% interest in the Bulman Project, a zinc and lead oxide deposit located in the Northern Territory of Australia. Additionally, Pyke Hill Resources Pty Ltd, a subsidiary of the Company, owns the Mining Lease M39/159 together with Richfile Pty Ltd. The mining lease is over a rich nickel and cobalt deposit on a tenement located near Leonora, Western Australia.
Mining CompanyIron ore, Zinc, Nickel, Cobalt
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