Lunnon Metals company info

What does Lunnon Metals do?
Lunnon Metals (ASX:LM8) is a mineral resource exploration company focused on nickel sulphide discovery and development in Western Australia. The company's primary objective is to become a key player in the resurgence of the nickel sector in the medium term. The company is exploring the Foster Nickel Mine, a former WMC mine that produced over 60,000 tonnes of nickel metal between 1981/82 and 1994. Lunnon Metals has reinterpreted the mine environment and identified the central and upper flank areas of the main mine as excellent extensional discovery opportunities.
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Is Lunnon Metals a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does Lunnon Metals employ?

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Employees
20

What sector is Lunnon Metals in?

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Sector
Materials

Where is the head office for Lunnon Metals?

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Head Office
Perth, Australia

What year was Lunnon Metals founded?

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Year Founded
2014
What does Lunnon Metals specialise in?
/Nickel /Nickel sulphide /Western Australia /Mining /Resources /Base metals

What are the products and/or services of Lunnon Metals?

Overview of Lunnon Metals offerings
Foster Nickel Mine: Re-evaluation of a former WMC mine in Kambalda, Western Australia with over 60,000 tonnes of historical nickel production.
Baker nickel deposit: The Baker nickel deposit is a high-grade nickel sulphide deposit discovered by Lunnon Metals in the East Cooee area of Western Australia. The deposit has an initial Probable Ore Reserve of 612,000 tonnes at 2.86% Ni for 17,500 contained nickel tonnes.
Silver Lake Mine: The Silver Lake nickel mine is a historic mine in the Kambalda Nickel District of Western Australia. It was operated by WMC from 1966 to 1986 and produced over 123,000 tonnes of nickel metal. The mine is known for its high-grade nickel sulphide deposits, which are hosted in the southeast flank of the Kambalda Dome.
Jan Shaft: The Jan Shaft nickel mine is a historic mine in the Kambalda Nickel District of Western Australia. It was operated by WMC from 1976 to 1986 and produced over 30,000 tonnes of nickel metal. The mine is known for its high-grade nickel sulphide deposits, which are open at depth.

Who is in the executive team of Lunnon Metals?

Lunnon Metals leadership team
  • Mr. Ed  Ainscough BSCHons Geol, MMA usIMM, FGS (London)
    Mr. Ed Ainscough BSCHons Geol, MMA usIMM, FGS (London)
    MD & Director
  • Mr. Hayden  Bartrop
    Mr. Hayden Bartrop
    CFO & Company Secreatry
  • Mr. Aaron Charles Wehrle B.Sc.
    Mr. Aaron Charles Wehrle B.Sc.
    Exploration & Geology Manager
  • Ms. Helen  Anderson
    Ms. Helen Anderson
    Manager of Environment, Social & Governance