Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 35A(1) of the Mining Act 1971 and Part 5 of the Native Title (South Australia) Act 1994, that nine applications for Extractive Minerals Leases over the undermentioned mineral claims have been received:
|Applicant:||OZ Minerals Carrapateena Pty Ltd; OZM Carrapateena Pty Ltd (together referred to as Oz Minerals)|
|Application:||9 EML applications over MC 4440, 4441, 4442, 4443, 4444, 4445, 4446, 4447, 4448.|
The Western Infrastructure Corridor (WIC) MPL 152 has been granted for the purpose of construction and operation of an electricity transmission line, and site access road named the Western Access Road (WAR) in support of the development of the Carrapateena mining and processing operations.
The proposed extractive minerals leases (EMLs) within and adjacent to the proposed alignment of the Western Access Road, will be used for the extraction of road construction materials, dolomite, limestone, quartzite, shale, sandstone and siltstone.
|Location and area:|
The MCs are located within the Pernatty Station and Oakden Hills Station Pastoral Leases and are subject to the Kokotha People (Part A) Tribunal Reference SCD2014/004.
The MCs and their approximate locations:
|Document for public comment:|
The documents submitted by OZ Minerals in support of the applications describe the type of construction and operation proposed and the measures to be undertaken to rehabilitate the land.
Download the mining proposals:
|Making a submission:|
The Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy (or delegate) is required to have regard to these submissions in determining whether to grant or refuse the applications and, if so, the terms and conditions on which they should be granted.
When you make a written submission that submission becomes a public record. Your submission will be provided to the applicant and may be made available for public inspection.
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|Closing date for comment:||22 March 2018|
If you have any queries regarding this application, please contact the following staff of the Department of the Premier and Cabinet’s Mining Regulation Branch: