Tanzania – Africa
Adavale holds 100% of the Kabanga Jirani Nickel Project Area located in Kagera, Tanzania. The company holds 6 granted licences and and 1 licence in application with a total area of nearly 1,145 km2 (see table below), surrounding or proximal to one of the world’s largest undeveloped high-grade nickel sulphide resources of 58Mt @2.62% Nickel namely the Kabanga Nickel Deposit which is, located along the Karagwe-Ankolean system in Tanzania.
|Ministry ID||Area (km2)||Project Location|
|PL 11406/2020||298.02||Kabanga North East, Tanzania|
|PL 11405/2020||113.84||Kabanga North, Tanzania|
|PL 11538/2021||64.08||Burigi, Tanzania|
|PL 11537/2021||194||Burigi North, Tanzania|
|PL 16522/2020||181.74||Kabanga East, Tanzania|
|PL16521/2020||273.27||Kabanga West, Tanzania|
|Under Application||19.4||Ruiza North East, Tanzania|
The highly prospective Kabanga-Musongati mafic-ultramafic belt occurs in the Meso-Proterozoic Kibaran Orogenic Belt, along 350 km with a northeast-southwest trend in North West Tanzania. The intrusions were emplaced into pelitic sediments of the Karagwe-Ankolean Supergroups that accumulated during the early rifting phase of the Kibaran orogeny and contain important nickel sulphide ores and the reef-type platinum group element concentrations.
Adavale acquired the historical Exploration Data which had been conducted by BHP and the UNDP from the mid 1970’s to 2008. This data was used to select the licences where the companies Geology team and Consultants considered highly prospective.
The extensive data package covers much of the Kabanga / Kagera region and includes geochemical data including rock chip, soil and stream sediment sample results, high-level results of geophysical programs, geological maps and reports, previous drilling results and drill logs and relevant geological interpretation and reports.