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    Looks like the next upleg has started on SER over the last couple of days

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    Another good day coming up for SER pre open looking good :-)

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    nearology .. gains today near BHP big hit..

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    nearology paid today $$$$$$$$$

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    chart is warning potential north coming?

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    Bull flag or a return to the bottom TL?
    Doesnt want to go too far past that previous long green imo

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    ter re test 80 imo ser break here re test 1.2 ??

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    A break of 68 would be bullish imo

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    A break down of 64 would be short term bearish

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    The BHP discovery resulted in a surge of interest in SER’s Myall Creek project including a
    large number of public and corporate enquiries and a query from the ASX due to the
    significant increase in SER’s share price and volume.
    At Myall Creek, SER is targeting both IOCG mineralisation in the Proterozoic basement
    and sediment-hosted mineralisation in the overlying sediments. Key IOCG host rocks are
    present within the project area and overlying sediments include a 15km zone with
    anomalous copper in historic drilling.
    The Myall Creek tenements (EL6140 and EL5898) lie within the Cultana Training Area
    controlled by the Department of Defence. SER has built a solid relationship with Defence
    over many years and has been granted access to explore within the training area.
    In 2018, Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) has taken a keen interest in the Myall Creek area,
    pegging all available ground around Myall Creek.

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    chart primed to go more good news today

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    ASX Announcement
    10 April 2019
    Key IOCG tenement EL6335 granted to SER
    Further to our announcement of 3 December 2018, SER has now been granted Exploration
    Licence EL6335 “Billa Kalina” in the Olympic Copper-Gold Province.
    SER won EL6335 in a competitive process following BHP’s announcement of a significant
    Iron Oxide Copper-Gold (IOCG) discovery at Oak Dam West.
    EL6335 covers coincident and offset gravity and magnetic anomalies approximately 60km
    northeast of the Prominent Hill copper-gold mine.
    Figure 1: Location of EL6335 within the Olympic Cu-Au Province
    strategicenergy.com.au
    ACN: 051 212 429
    EL6335 covers long-recognised coincident and offset gravity and magnetic anomalies. In
    fact, the anomalies were drill tested with two holes in 1977-78 by Newmont. The historic
    holes, SR11 (maximum depth 103.9m) and SR12 (399m), targeted the anomalies but failed
    to reach basement and explain the anomalous responses. Rio Tinto Exploration
    subsequently held the ground but did not drill the targets due to land access issues. The
    source of the geophysical anomalies remains unknown and these historic holes are the only
    drilling within ELA 2018/185.

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    fmg is surrounding this space in ground pegging worth a watch..

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    The BHP discovery resulted in a surge of interest in SER’s Myall Creek project including a
    large number of public and corporate enquiries and a query from the ASX due to the
    significant increase in SER’s share price and volume.
    At Myall Creek, SER is targeting both IOCG mineralisation in the Proterozoic basement
    and sediment-hosted mineralisation in the overlying sediments. Key IOCG host rocks are
    present within the project area and overlying sediments include a 15km zone with
    anomalous copper in historic drilling.
    The Myall Creek tenements (EL6140 and EL5898) lie within the Cultana Training Area
    controlled by the Department of Defence. SER has built a solid relationship with Defence
    over many years and has been granted access to explore within the training area.
    In 2018, Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) has taken a keen interest in the Myall Creek area,
    pegging all available ground around Myall Creek.

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    fmg are circling this space worth a watch,,IMO

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    30 April 2019
    Quarterly Report to 31 March 2019
    • SER wins, accepts and is granted key Gawler Craton IOCG tenement EL6335
    • Preparations to drill Saxby Gold Project well advanced
    • Ambergate studies commence as Heavy Mineral Sands prices continue to rise
    Figure 1: SER Project Locations
    Strategic Energy Resources Ltd (ASX Code: SER) is a diversified mineral exploration and
    development company. SER is a major shareholder of Ionic Industries Limited and holds a
    1.5% Gross Revenue Royalty on production from the Uley Graphite Mine.
    strategicenergy.com.au
    ACN: 051 212 429
    MINERAL EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT
    BILLA KALINA COPPER-GOLD PROJECT
    SOUTH AUSTRALIA (SER 100%)
    Shortly after the quarter, SER was granted Exploration Licence EL6335 “Billa Kalina” in the
    Olympic Copper-Gold Province. SER won EL6335 in a competitive process following BHP’s
    announcement of a significant Iron Oxide Copper-Gold (IOCG) discovery at Oak Dam West.
    EL6335 covers coincident and offset gravity and magnetic anomalies approximately 60km
    northeast of the Prominent Hill copper-gold mine.

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    BHP finds promising IOCG target quite close to Olympic Dam, South Australia
    Posted by John on 27th November 2018

    BHP has confirmed identification of a potential new iron oxide, copper, gold (IOCG) mineralised system, located 65 km to the southeast of BHP’s operations at Olympic Dam in South Australia. As part of its ongoing copper exploration program, four diamond drill holes, totalling 5,346 m, intersected copper, gold, uranium and silver mineralisation of IOCG style on BHP’s exploration licence 5941.

    Laboratory assay results show downhole mineralisation intercepts ranging from 0.5% to 6% Cu with associated gold, uranium and silver metals. This exploration project is at an early stage and there is currently insufficient geological information to assess the size, quality and continuity of the mineralised intersections. BHP is evaluating and interpreting the results reported and planning a further drilling program, to commence in early 2019.

    BHP’s copper exploration program has targeted the Stuart Shelf in South Australia as part of a focused global program which includes Ecuador, Canada, Peru, Chile and the southwest of the USA.

    Copper and oil are the main focus of BHP’s exploration programs in order to replenish its resource base and enhance its portfolio.

    The project is located within the Exploration Licence 5941, 65 km southeast from BHP’s Olympic Dam and 45 km northeast from Carrapateena, in South Australia. The project has a long exploration history with initial exploratory drilling completed by Western Mining Corp in 1976 and several subsequent drilling campaigns since. Historic drilling has, however, been focused on the easternmost geophysical anomaly in the project area, with only three drill holes drilled to test the larger western anomaly between 1983 and 1985.

    Recent target definition completed in 2018 included re-interpretation of historic drill hole geology, geochemistry and geophysics of the prospect and collection of new high resolution gravity. The re-assessment was followed by four drill holes to further test the geophysical anomal.

    The project has a similar regional setting as the Olympic Dam deposit and is located in the eastern margin of the Gawler Craton, within the Olympic IOCG metallogenic province. It is overlain by between 700 and 950 m of post mineral, consolidated, sedimentary rocks of meso-

    Proterozoic age and younger. Pre-mineral basement in AD4 comprises iron rich hematite breccias and sedimentary rocks and is barren of mineralisation (max Cu 0.03%). AD7 to the east intersected iron rich conglomerates and breccias at the expected base of post mineral cover in fault contact with moderately brecciated and sericite altered granite and is also barren of mineralisation (max Cu 0.01%). AD13 to the northwest ended at 852m in post mineral cover. Accurate down hole survey information for historic drilling is unavailable and drill holes are assumed to be vertical.

    Recent drilling in 2018 has intersected IOCG-style alteration and mineralisation. The main Cu sulphide species are chalcocite, bornite and chalcopyrite. Copper sulphides occur primarily as disseminated accumulations and are associated with iron oxide rich breccias. AD22 and 24 to the south have intersected iron oxide and siderite altered, brecciated granites and chalcopyrite dominant mineralisation. AD23 and 25 in the north have intersected: pervasively altered iron oxide rich breccias and fine grained sedimentary clastic rocks, generally barren of copper mineralisation; massive hematite breccias with high grade chalcocite-bornite mineralisation; and both holes end in moderate to weakly hematite altered, brecciated granites dominated by chalcopyrite mineralisation in AD23 and pyrite mineralisation in AD25.

    BHPs copper exploration team is currently evaluating and interpreting the results reported here and planning suitable follow up drilling.

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    Sandud when are you going to realise no1 gives a shit about what you say. You make all these threads yet your talking to yaself. Your a absolute joke

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    saxby drills coming worth a watch imo

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