March 31, 2008 Report, geophysical contractor, Geoforce Pty Ltd has provided a final preliminary report
outlining a large number of electromagnetic (EM) anomalies from a 2050 line kilometre EM survey and recommending follow up work be carried out on selective EM, magnetic and uranium targets.
• Approximately 30 EM anomalies are considered to be due to bedrock conductors with fifteen priority zones which could potentially be associated with massive sulphide mineralization or graphitic units.
• Some of these EM targets have strike extents of 1 km or greater.
• Almost all of the bedrock conductors identified have favourable magnetic settings within greenstone type rocks, interpreted from modern aeromagnetic data.
February 29, 2008 Reported that an airborne EM survey has indicated 30 targets for follow-up for nickel, other massive base metal sulphides, gold and uranium.
October 23, 2007 Completed a very detailed airborne EM geophysical survey of a greater portion of the Tay-Munglinup leases, comprising 2051 line kilometres of airborne data. Jutt also advised that it has received preliminary advice from its geophysical consultant that several conductor anomalies, of the style characteristic of nickel sulphide deposits, may have been located.