Transforming into a premier base metals company

Aeon Metals Limited is an ASX listed base metals exploration company (ASX code AQR).

ASX Stock Code
AQR

 

Walford Creek Project
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About us

Aeon Metals Limited is an Australian based mineral exploration company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX Code AQR). The Company has an extensive exploration tenement portfolio in the world-class Mt Isa mineral province in North West Queensland as well in South East Queensland in the Rawbelle district, approximately 150kms by road/rail from the port of Gladstone.

Aeon’s tenements are prospective for Copper, Gold, Lead, Zinc, Cobalt, Molybdenum and Silver. The most advanced project within the Aeon portfolio is the Walford Creek Project, which is a large base metals project with a significant JORC Indicated and Inferred Resource of 48Mt at 1.42% Cu Equiv.

Aeon is committed to deploying capital prudently, ensuring value growth for shareholders over the long term.


Mission

Aeon Metals’ purpose is to create long-term shareholder value through the discovery, acquisition and development of natural resources.


Walford Creek Project


Sustainability

Aeon has a total commitment to maintaining a safe and healthy workplace, allocating significant resources to training and management systems to ensure a best practice approach to safety at all times. In parallel, the Company has a strict focus on meeting environmental commitments.

Base Metals

Aeon Metals’ permits are prospective for copper, zinc, silver, cobalt and molybdenum (base metals). The term ‘Base Metals’ commonly refers to the industrial, non-ferrous metals that include copper, lead, nickel, molybdenum and zinc. Base Metals are used in a wide variety of applications including electrical wiring (copper). Copper is a chemical element that is a ductile metal with very high thermal and electrical conductivity. Pure copper is soft and malleable; a freshly exposed surface has a reddish-orange color. Molybdenum is a metallic element used primarily for steel alloying and as a catalyst. It occurs naturally in mineralised rocks in combination with other elements including copper, silver, zinc, tungsten and titanium.