Welcome to Gippsland Limited – we invite you to explore the Company’s website to learn about the mineral resource projects being explored and/or developed by Gippsland.
Gippsland’s activities are primarily focussed on the Arabian-Nubian Shield, which in recent times has yielded a number of world scale projects, particularly in regard to gold, copper and Volcanic Massive Sulphide projects.
Having regional headquarters in Cairo, the Company is able to efficiently utilise its team of executives and technical staff in its activities in Egypt and Eritrea, thus covering a large part of the highly prospective Arabian-Nubian Shield in a cost effective manner.
Gippsland's prime asset is the world scale Abu Dabbab Tantalum-Tin-Feldspar Project in Egypt, which is destined to be the world's foremost source of the strategic supermetal tantalum, which is vital to the global electronics and aerospace industries.
Gippsland holds two Exploration Licences totalling 2,200km2 in the highly prospective Nubian-Arabian Shield in Northern Eritrea.
Gippsland retains a net smelter return royalty over any future tin production from the Heemskirk tin project in Tasmania which is owned by ASX listed Stellar Resources Limited (ASX: SRZ). The royalty will be triggered when the tin price is A$25,000, at a rate of 1.0%. The royalty will then rise linearly to a maximum rate of 2.0% at a tin price of $A30,000 and above. The Heemskirk Tin Project is the largest known hard rock tin deposit in Australia.