To comply with the WA State Government travel restrictions, and the request of the Ngaanyatjarra, the Traditional Owners of the Lake Throssell Sulphate of Potash (SOP) Project, the company has suspended all field-based exploration until circumstances permit a return to the field.
Trigg Mining managing director Keren Paterson said: “These are difficult times for the world community, for Australia and our economy.
“We will do everything we can to support the fight against COVID-19 and to keep Trigg in good shape to allow for a swift return to exploring and developing the companys two key Sulphate of Potash Projects in Western Australia.
“SOP is an essential mineral for global food security and one that is almost entirely imported to Australia for our agricultural product.”
Non-core tenure surrendered
Trigg has surrendered non-core tenure outside of the Lake Throssell discovery and Lake Rason satellite project, reducing the area by half, with a corresponding reduction in annual minimum expenditure.
The companys total tenure is now 1,660 square kilometres with 1,010 square kilometres granted and 650 square kilometres under applications.
Cost reductions implemented
The company maintains a good cash balance of about $2 million and is implementing measures to conserve cash including a reduction in director fees, staff costs and other outgoings.
The scale and potential duration of the COVID-19 pandemic and its market consequences are such that the Board considers it wise to take every step necessary to protect its people, indigenous communities and preserve cash to enable the comRead More – Source