Cache entry for E 04/1589

Extracted from MTO on 21-Jul-2017 03:36, last changed 29-Jun-2017.

Tenement Summary

Identifier:E 04/1589-IType:Exploration Licence
Status:LiveDistrict:WEST KIMBERLEY M.F.
Lodged:KARRATHAArea:12 BL
Purposes:Term:5 Years (Extended)
Markout:Received:27-Mar-2006 11:02
Commence:10-Aug-2007 Expiry:09-Aug-2017

Holders

Company NameCorrespondence AddressSharesTotal Shares
REGAL MINING PTY LTDHETHERINGTON EXPLORATION & MINING TITLE SERVICES (WA) PTY LTD, PO BOX 8249, PERTH BUSINESS CENTRE, PERTH, WA, 6849, xxxxx@hemts.com.au, xxxxx977100100

Applicants on Receival

Company NameCorrespondence AddressSharesTotal Shares
STARWOLF RESOURCES PTY LTDC/- HETHERINGTON EXPLORATION & MINING TITLE SERVICES PTY LTD, PO BOX 8249, PERTH BUSINESS CENTRE, WA, 6849100100

Shires

Shire NameShire NumberStartArea
STATE WATERS-SUBMERGED LANDS ACT999927-Mar-2006 12.00000 BL

Conditions

#VerTextStartEnd
11All surface holes drilled for the purpose of exploration are to be capped, filled or otherwise made safe immediately after completion.10-Aug-2007
21All costeans and other disturbances to the surface of the land made as a result of exploration, including drill pads, grid lines and access tracks, being backfilled and rehabilitated to the satisfaction of the Environmental Officer, Department of Industry and Resources (DoIR). Backfilling and rehabilitation being required no later than 6 months after excavation unless otherwise approved in writing by the Environmental Officer, DoIR.10-Aug-2007
31All waste materials, rubbish, plastic sample bags, abandoned equipment and temporary buildings being removed from the mining tenement prior to or at the termination of exploration program.10-Aug-2007
41Unless the written approval of the Environmental Officer, DoIR is first obtained, the use of drilling rigs, scrapers, graders, bulldozers, backhoes or other mechanised equipment for surface disturbance or the excavation of costeans is prohibited. Following approval, all topsoil being removed ahead of mining operations and separately stockpiled for replacement after backfilling and/or completion of operations.10-Aug-2007
51No interference with Geodetic Survey Station Bathurst and S 88 and mining within 15 metres thereof being confined to below a depth of 15 metres from the natural surface.10-Aug-2007
61No interferance with Aquaculture Lease 223.10-Aug-2007
1In respect to the area of land designated PNR 230 (Proposed Nature Reserve on islands in Buccaneer Archipelago) in TENGRAPH, hereinafter referred to as the designated area, the following additional conditions shall apply:10-Aug-2007
71Prior to accessing the licence area, the licensee shall consult with the Environmental Officer, DoIR, and ensure that where required all vehicles and equipment entering the designated area are washed down to remove soil and plant propagules and adhering to such conditions specified for the prevention of the spread of soil- borne diseases.10-Aug-2007
81Prior to any activity involving disturbance to vegetation and soils including:-
  • exploration access; and/or
  • exploration sampling;
the licensee preparing a detailed program for each phase of proposed exploration for written approval of the Director, Environment, DoIR.The Director, Environment, DoIR to consult with the Regional/District Manager, Department of Environment and Conservation or other government agency (as relevant) prior to approval. This program to describe the environmental impacts and programs for their management and is to include:-
  • maps and/or aerial photographs showing the proposed locations of all ground activities and disturbances;
  • the purpose, specifications and extent of each activity and disturbance;
  • descriptions of all vegetation types (in general terms), land forms, and unusual features likely to be disturbed by such proposed disturbances.
  • details on proposals that may disturb sensitive terrestrial habitats including any declared rare flora and fauna if applicable;
  • procedures to protect the integrity of special ecosystems such as wetland systems, mangal communities and rainforests areas (and/or associated rainforest monitoring sites) if applicable;
  • techniques, prescriptions, and timetable for rehabilitation of all proposed disturbances;
  • undertaking for corrective measures for failed rehabilitation;
  • details of water requirements from within the designated area;
  • details of refuse disposal; and
  • proposals for instruction and supervision of personnel and contractors in respect to environmental conditions.
10-Aug-2007
91Access to and from and the movement of vehicles within the licence area being restricted to ground or seasonal conditions and routes approved under the program or otherwise agreed by the Environmental Officer, DoIR.10-Aug-2007
101At agreed intervals, not greater than 12 monthly, the licensee providing a brief report to the Director, Environment, DoIR outlining the progress of the operation and rehabilitation program and the proposed operations and rehabilitation programs for the next 12 months.10-Aug-2007
111Prior to the cessation of the exploration/prospecting activity in the designated area, the licensee notifying the Environmental Officer, DoIR and arranging an inspection as required.10-Aug-2007
1Consent to mine on the foreshore, seabed and navigable waters granted subject to:10-Aug-2007
121Unless the written approval of the Director, Environment, DoIR is first obtained exploration operations within the licence area being restricted to the following activities:
  • reconnaissance by aircraft, helicopter, hovercraft, boat and amphibious vehicle;
  • bathymetric sounding and side scan sonar profiling, airborne radiometric and magnetic surveys, sea floor mapping, imagery and photography;
  • seismic survey (non-explosive) subject to whale, turtle watch and fishery protection procedures prescribed by the Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC) and Fisheries Department.
10-Aug-2007
131Prior to any activity involving environmental disturbance to the seabed and general marine environment including:
  • vibro and shallow coring
  • drilling
  • sampling (grab, siphoning, etc.)
  • dredging
the licensee providing a detailed exploration program for written approval of the Director, Environment, DoIR in consultation with the Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC) and the Fisheries Department. This program to describe the environmental impacts and management program and is to include the following:
  • maps and/or aerial photography showing the proposed locations of all ground surface and seabed activities;
  • the purpose, specifications and extent of each activity;
  • details on proposals which are likely to affect sensitive marine habitats/resources;
  • details of techniques, prescriptions and timetables for management of all proposed disturbances;
  • proposals for instruction and supervision of personnel and contractors in respect to environmental conditions.
10-Aug-2007
141The licensee not establishing any camping facilities, access tracks, boat moorings, fuel depots or similar establishments on any coastal mangrove areas or beach/foreshore environments without the prior written approval of the Director, Environment DoIR in consultation with the Regional Manager, DEC.10-Aug-2007
151No landing on any offshore islands without a quarantine program receiving the prior written approval of the Regional Manager, DEC.10-Aug-2007
161No dumping of rubbish, discharge of fuel, oil or other pollutants into the marine environment.10-Aug-2007
171Damage to coral reefs, seagrass meadows and mangroves being avoided.10-Aug-2007
181Turtle and bird nesting areas not being disturbed.10-Aug-2007
191Only low toxicity drilling muds or additives being used in offshore drilling operations.10-Aug-2007
201No explosives being used in exploration without the prior written approval of the Director, Environment, DoIR.10-Aug-2007
211Accidental spillages of fuel, oil or other pollutants of an amount greater than 80 litres being reported to the DEC within 12 hours of any such spillage occurring.10-Aug-2007
221At agreed intervals, not greater than 12 monthly, the licensee providing a brief report to the Director, Environment, DoIR outlining the progress of the current and proposed exploration and environmental management program.10-Aug-2007
231Prior to the cessation of exploration activity the licensee notifying the Director, Environment, DoIR and the Regional Manager, DEC and arranging an inspection as required.10-Aug-2007
241If in the opinion of the Director, Environment, DoIR the exploration operations are causing any damage to or undue interference with living marine resources or their environment on any part or parts of the licence area, the licensee ceasing exploration on such part or parts within 24 hours of notification from the Director, Environment, DoIR.10-Aug-2007
251The licensee carrying out exploration activities in such a manner as not to damage any pipeline, wellhead, capped well or other equipment associated with seabed exploration and mining.10-Aug-2007
261Operations of vessels in accordance with conditions specified by the Department of Planning and Infrastructure (Marine Safety) which is to be advised of all marine activities in order that appropriate Notices to Mariners may be promulgated). All vessels concerned should be surveyed and manned as required by the WA Marine Act 1982 or the Commonwealth Navigation Act 1912, and all vessels must be navigated with due regard to the requirements of the International Collisions Regulations and with respect to the nature of fishing operations.10-Aug-2007

Endorsements

Cond #VerTextStartEnd
11All surface holes drilled for the purpose of exploration are to be capped, filled or otherwise made safe immediately after completion.10-Aug-2007
21All costeans and other disturbances to the surface of the land made as a result of exploration, including drill pads, grid lines and access tracks, being backfilled and rehabilitated to the satisfaction of the Environmental Officer, Department of Industry and Resources (DoIR). Backfilling and rehabilitation being required no later than 6 months after excavation unless otherwise approved in writing by the Environmental Officer, DoIR.10-Aug-2007
31All waste materials, rubbish, plastic sample bags, abandoned equipment and temporary buildings being removed from the mining tenement prior to or at the termination of exploration program.10-Aug-2007
41Unless the written approval of the Environmental Officer, DoIR is first obtained, the use of drilling rigs, scrapers, graders, bulldozers, backhoes or other mechanised equipment for surface disturbance or the excavation of costeans is prohibited. Following approval, all topsoil being removed ahead of mining operations and separately stockpiled for replacement after backfilling and/or completion of operations.10-Aug-2007
51No interference with Geodetic Survey Station Bathurst and S 88 and mining within 15 metres thereof being confined to below a depth of 15 metres from the natural surface.10-Aug-2007
61No interferance with Aquaculture Lease 223.10-Aug-2007
1In respect to the area of land designated PNR 230 (Proposed Nature Reserve on islands in Buccaneer Archipelago) in TENGRAPH, hereinafter referred to as the designated area, the following additional conditions shall apply:10-Aug-2007
71Prior to accessing the licence area, the licensee shall consult with the Environmental Officer, DoIR, and ensure that where required all vehicles and equipment entering the designated area are washed down to remove soil and plant propagules and adhering to such conditions specified for the prevention of the spread of soil- borne diseases.10-Aug-2007
81Prior to any activity involving disturbance to vegetation and soils including:-
  • exploration access; and/or
  • exploration sampling;
the licensee preparing a detailed program for each phase of proposed exploration for written approval of the Director, Environment, DoIR.The Director, Environment, DoIR to consult with the Regional/District Manager, Department of Environment and Conservation or other government agency (as relevant) prior to approval. This program to describe the environmental impacts and programs for their management and is to include:-
  • maps and/or aerial photographs showing the proposed locations of all ground activities and disturbances;
  • the purpose, specifications and extent of each activity and disturbance;
  • descriptions of all vegetation types (in general terms), land forms, and unusual features likely to be disturbed by such proposed disturbances.
  • details on proposals that may disturb sensitive terrestrial habitats including any declared rare flora and fauna if applicable;
  • procedures to protect the integrity of special ecosystems such as wetland systems, mangal communities and rainforests areas (and/or associated rainforest monitoring sites) if applicable;
  • techniques, prescriptions, and timetable for rehabilitation of all proposed disturbances;
  • undertaking for corrective measures for failed rehabilitation;
  • details of water requirements from within the designated area;
  • details of refuse disposal; and
  • proposals for instruction and supervision of personnel and contractors in respect to environmental conditions.
10-Aug-2007
91Access to and from and the movement of vehicles within the licence area being restricted to ground or seasonal conditions and routes approved under the program or otherwise agreed by the Environmental Officer, DoIR.10-Aug-2007
101At agreed intervals, not greater than 12 monthly, the licensee providing a brief report to the Director, Environment, DoIR outlining the progress of the operation and rehabilitation program and the proposed operations and rehabilitation programs for the next 12 months.10-Aug-2007
111Prior to the cessation of the exploration/prospecting activity in the designated area, the licensee notifying the Environmental Officer, DoIR and arranging an inspection as required.10-Aug-2007
1Consent to mine on the foreshore, seabed and navigable waters granted subject to:10-Aug-2007
121Unless the written approval of the Director, Environment, DoIR is first obtained exploration operations within the licence area being restricted to the following activities:
  • reconnaissance by aircraft, helicopter, hovercraft, boat and amphibious vehicle;
  • bathymetric sounding and side scan sonar profiling, airborne radiometric and magnetic surveys, sea floor mapping, imagery and photography;
  • seismic survey (non-explosive) subject to whale, turtle watch and fishery protection procedures prescribed by the Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC) and Fisheries Department.
10-Aug-2007
131Prior to any activity involving environmental disturbance to the seabed and general marine environment including:
  • vibro and shallow coring
  • drilling
  • sampling (grab, siphoning, etc.)
  • dredging
the licensee providing a detailed exploration program for written approval of the Director, Environment, DoIR in consultation with the Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC) and the Fisheries Department. This program to describe the environmental impacts and management program and is to include the following:
  • maps and/or aerial photography showing the proposed locations of all ground surface and seabed activities;
  • the purpose, specifications and extent of each activity;
  • details on proposals which are likely to affect sensitive marine habitats/resources;
  • details of techniques, prescriptions and timetables for management of all proposed disturbances;
  • proposals for instruction and supervision of personnel and contractors in respect to environmental conditions.
10-Aug-2007
141The licensee not establishing any camping facilities, access tracks, boat moorings, fuel depots or similar establishments on any coastal mangrove areas or beach/foreshore environments without the prior written approval of the Director, Environment DoIR in consultation with the Regional Manager, DEC.10-Aug-2007
151No landing on any offshore islands without a quarantine program receiving the prior written approval of the Regional Manager, DEC.10-Aug-2007
161No dumping of rubbish, discharge of fuel, oil or other pollutants into the marine environment.10-Aug-2007
171Damage to coral reefs, seagrass meadows and mangroves being avoided.10-Aug-2007
181Turtle and bird nesting areas not being disturbed.10-Aug-2007
191Only low toxicity drilling muds or additives being used in offshore drilling operations.10-Aug-2007
201No explosives being used in exploration without the prior written approval of the Director, Environment, DoIR.10-Aug-2007
211Accidental spillages of fuel, oil or other pollutants of an amount greater than 80 litres being reported to the DEC within 12 hours of any such spillage occurring.10-Aug-2007
221At agreed intervals, not greater than 12 monthly, the licensee providing a brief report to the Director, Environment, DoIR outlining the progress of the current and proposed exploration and environmental management program.10-Aug-2007
231Prior to the cessation of exploration activity the licensee notifying the Director, Environment, DoIR and the Regional Manager, DEC and arranging an inspection as required.10-Aug-2007
241If in the opinion of the Director, Environment, DoIR the exploration operations are causing any damage to or undue interference with living marine resources or their environment on any part or parts of the licence area, the licensee ceasing exploration on such part or parts within 24 hours of notification from the Director, Environment, DoIR.10-Aug-2007
251The licensee carrying out exploration activities in such a manner as not to damage any pipeline, wellhead, capped well or other equipment associated with seabed exploration and mining.10-Aug-2007
261Operations of vessels in accordance with conditions specified by the Department of Planning and Infrastructure (Marine Safety) which is to be advised of all marine activities in order that appropriate Notices to Mariners may be promulgated). All vessels concerned should be surveyed and manned as required by the WA Marine Act 1982 or the Commonwealth Navigation Act 1912, and all vessels must be navigated with due regard to the requirements of the International Collisions Regulations and with respect to the nature of fishing operations.10-Aug-2007

Dealings

TypeNumberDetails
Application to Amend291287Lodged 3:00 PM on 19 May 2008 amending the address to read, "C/- Hetherington Exploration and Mining Title Services Pty Ltd, PO Box 8249, Perth Business Centre, WA, 6849."RECORDED 3:00 PM 19 May 2008
Extension of Time332169Lodged:11:42 08 October 2009Type:Form 5RECORDED:11:42 08 October 2009Extension of time until 30 October 2009 to lodge Form 5 for the year ending 9 August 2009 approvedAPPROVED:09:25:26 09 October 2009
Copy Document347395Lodged:14:30 25 May 2010ISSUED:14:30 25 May 2010
Extension / Renewal of Term402865Lodged:15:45 01 August 2012Applied For Period:5 YearsRECORDED:15:45 01 August 2012GRANTED:14 November 2012Granted Period:5 YearsTerm Extended To:09/08/2017
Deferral of Drop Off403439Lodged:14:30 09 August 2012RECORDED:14:30 09 August 2012GRANTED:14 November 2012Section 65(3) Compulsory Surrender for 40% of the licence is due to be lodged prior to 09 August 2013.
Copy Document403853Lodged:15:40 14 August 2012RECORDED:15:40 14 August 2012ISSUED:15:40 14 August 2012
Extension of Time407817Lodged:15:45 10 October 2012Type:Exemption from ExpenditureRECORDED:15:45 10 October 2012APPROVED:08:00 17 October 2012
Application to Amend427803Lodged:10:50 26 July 2013REJECTED:10:50 26 July 2013
Application to Amend428922Lodged:15:35 12 August 2013Amending:AddressFrom:REGAL MINING PTY LTD, UNIT 8, 1-5 HARWOOD STREET, PYRMONT, NSW, 2009To:REGAL MINING PTY LTD, C/- HETHERINGTON EXPLORATION & MINING TITLE SERVICES PTY LTD, PO BOX 8249, PERTH BUSINESS CENTRE, WA, 6849RECORDED:15:35 12 August 2013
Partial Surrender - Compulsory428923Lodged:15:35 12 August 2013Section:Section 65 (3)Surrendered Blocks:BRUNSWICK BAY 3427 s, w, x, y BROOME 43 c, d, e, qSurrendered Total:8 BL.REGISTERED:Midnight 09 August 2013Surrendered area to be released 08:30:00 06/09/2013 under Section 65 (3)Surrendered area released 08:30:00 06/09/2013 under Section 65 (3)
Application to Amend490192Lodged:12:42:56 07 July 2016Amending:Address (Including DTC Details)From:REGAL MINING PTY LTD, C/- HETHERINGTON EXPLORATION & MINING TITLE SERVICES PTY LTD, PO BOX 8249, PERTH BUSINESS CENTRE, WA, 6849To:REGAL MINING PTY LTD, HETHERINGTON EXPLORATION & MINING TITLE SERVICES (WA) PTY LTD, PO BOX 8249, PERTH BUSINESS CENTRE, PERTH, WA, 6849, xxxxx@hemts.com.au, xxxxx977RECORDED:12:42:56 07 July 2016
Forfeiture491992Initiated:19/07/2016 for non-compliance with expenditure conditionsRECORDED:14:25 09 August 2016Notice Issued:Regulation 50 Notice sent 19/07/2016 for non-compliance with expenditure conditions pursuant to Reg 21 & 22.Compliance Date:18/08/2016FINALISED:Order by Minister on 26 August 2016 that E 04/1589-I be Penalty Imposed
Fine492954Fine in respect to:Forfeiture Process 491992Fine reason:Non-compliance with expenditure obligationsPenalty amount:$4,458.00Notification date:26/08/2016Due date:30/09/2016Pursuant to:Section 96A(5)RECORDED:26 August 2016PAYMENT RECEIVED:28 September 2016Receipt Number:06-156714Amount:$4,458.00Remaining balance:$0.00FINALISED:28 September 2016
Extension of Time495458Lodged:14:20 07 October 2016Type:Form 5RECORDED:14:20 07 October 2016APPROVED:11:44:06 14 October 2016Time extended to 14 Oct 2016 for year ending 2016.

Payments

TypeYearReceipt DateReceipt No.MR LodgedAmountRental AreaEffective DateAmt DueDiscrepancy
Rental201708-Sep-2016 06-156345PERTH$6,211.2012 BL09-Aug-2013 $6,211.20$0.00
Rental201609-Sep-2015 MT-210010365503-DD$6,007.2012 BL09-Aug-2013 $6,007.20$0.00
Rental201512-Aug-2014 MT-210010197067-EF$5,854.8012 BL09-Aug-2013 $5,854.80$0.00
Rental201408-Nov-2016 (REFUND) 06-126702PERTH$2,008.8012 BL09-Aug-2013 $3,013.20$0.00
Rental201429-Jul-2013 06-126702PERTH$5,022.00
Rental201301-Aug-2012 06-113191PERTH$4,924.0020 BL10-Aug-2007 $4,924.00$0.00
Rental201226-Aug-2011 99181PERTH$3,530.0020 BL10-Aug-2007 $3,530.00$0.00
Rental201119-Aug-2010 83157PERTH$3,768.6020 BL10-Aug-2007 $3,768.60$0.00
Rental201011-Aug-2009 68220PERTH$2,371.6020 BL10-Aug-2007 $2,371.60$0.00
Rental200906-Aug-2008 54685PERTH$2,277.0020 BL10-Aug-2007 $2,277.00$0.00
Rental200827-Jun-2007 39052PERTH$184.4020 BL10-Aug-2007 $2,028.40$0.00
Rental200827-Mar-2006 1733KARRATHA$1,844.00

Expenditure

YearForm 5 TypeMin ExpdExp Lodged DateTotal ExpdExemp NoExemp LodgedExemp AmtExemp StatusOutcome DateExploration ActivitiesMining ActivitiesAboriginal SurveyRentAdministrationProspectingStrike Through
2017$70,000.00false
2016Replacement$70,000.0003-Nov-2016 $55,806.2049508207-Oct-2016 $70,000.00Granted24-Jan-2017 $41,858.00$0.00$0.00$6,007.20$7,941.00$0.00false
2016$70,000.0014-Oct-2016 $6,007.20$0.00$0.00$0.00$6,007.20$0.00$0.00true
2015$70,000.0007-Oct-2015 $25,418.5547554707-Oct-2015 $70,000.00Refused18-Jul-2016 $5,217.50$0.00$1,526.25$5,854.80$12,820.00$0.00false
2014$50,000.0008-Oct-2014 $74,247.05$34,071.00$0.00$22,859.05$5,022.00$12,295.00$0.00false
2013$50,000.0008-Oct-2013 $14,924.0043273008-Oct-2013 $50,000.00Granted05-Aug-2014 $0.00$0.00$0.00$4,924.00$10,000.00$0.00false
2012$30,000.0008-Oct-2012 $28,250.0040790911-Oct-2012 $30,000.00Granted18-Jan-2013 $18,720.00$0.00$0.00$3,530.00$6,000.00$0.00false
2011$30,000.0015-Sep-2011 $47,687.00$39,585.00$0.00$0.00$3,767.00$4,335.00$0.00false
2010$20,000.0018-Aug-2010 $78,785.00$69,124.00$0.00$0.00$2,372.00$7,289.00$0.00false
2009$20,000.0028-Oct-2009 $26,733.00$22,026.00$0.00$0.00$2,277.00$2,430.00$0.00false
2008$20,000.0013-Aug-2008 $33,584.00$28,461.00$0.00$0.00$2,277.00$2,846.00$0.00false

Native Title Referrals

Referred to Native Title DateReferral TypeCurrent StatusProcedureDetailsObjectionsWater CommentsDetermination AreasClaimsRepresentative Area Bodies
04-Dec-2006 Tenement ApplicationIn Progress