Woodlark Mining Limited (WML) today appointed GR Engineering Services to complete engineering design and costing and to assist with the compilation of a definitive feasibility study for the Woodlark Gold Project.
The Woodlark Gold Project is 100% owned by WML, a wholly owned subsidiary of Kula Gold Pty Ltd (ASX: KGD) and is located in the Milne Bay Province of Papua New Guinea, approximately 600 kilometres east of Port Moresby. Woodlark Island is approximately 60km in length and 25km in width. It is situated in the Solomon Sea some 300km east-northeast of the mainland of PNG.
WML holds exploration tenements covering over 450km² in an area that their management sees as largely underexplored for gold mineralisation. Woodlark Island already has key infrastructure in place, including a network of roads and tracks that were constructed by logging operators, an airstrip that was built in World War II, a 75 man exploration camp established in close proximity to the bulk of the current gold resource, as well as a deep water harbour capable of accommodating coastal shipping.
GRES are pleased to be offered the opportunity to work with WML and look forward to assisting with the successful completion of the study.
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