Cache entry for E 09/2208

Extracted from MTO on 24-Sep-2020 03:52, last changed 06-Aug-2020.

Tenement Summary

Identifier:E 09/2208Type:Exploration Licence
Status:DeadDistrict:GASCOYNE M.F.
Lodged:ONLINEArea:70 BL
Purposes:Term:5 Years
Markout:Received:10-Aug-2016 14:46
Commence:17-Mar-2017 Expiry:16-Mar-2022

Holders

Company NameSharesTotal Shares
CAPITAL MINING LIMITED100100

Applicants on Receival

Company NameSharesTotal Shares
CAPITAL MINING LIMITED100100

Shires

Shire NameShire NumberStartArea
UPPER GASCOYNE SHIRE847010-Aug-2016 70.00000 BL

Conditions

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11All disturbances to the surface of the land made as a result of exploration, including costeans, drill pads, grid lines and access tracks, being backfilled and rehabilitated to the satisfaction of the Environmental Officer, Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP). Backfilling and rehabilitation being required no later than 6 months after excavation unless otherwise approved in writing by the Environmental Officer, DMP.17-Mar-2017
21All 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.17-Mar-2017
31Unless the written approval of the Environmental Officer, DMP 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.17-Mar-2017
41The Licensee notifying the holder of any underlying pastoral or grazing lease by telephone or in person, or by registered post if contact cannot be made, prior to undertaking airborne geophysical surveys or any ground disturbing activities utilising equipment such as scrapers, graders, bulldozers, backhoes, drilling rigs; water carting equipment or other mechanised equipment.17-Mar-2017
51The Licensee or transferee, as the case may be, shall within thirty (30) days of receiving written notification of:-
  • the grant of the Licence; or
  • registration of a transfer introducing a new Licensee;
advise, by registered post, the holder of any underlying pastoral or grazing lease details of the grant or transfer.
17-Mar-2017
1In respect to the area designated as CPL 28 in TENGRAPH the following conditions apply:17-Mar-2017
61Prior to any ground-disturbing activity, as defined by the Executive Director, Environment Division, DMP the licensee preparing a detailed program for each phase of proposed exploration for approval of the Executive Director, Environment Division, DMP. The program to include:
  • maps and/or aerial photographs showing all proposed routes, construction and upgrading of tracks, camps, drill sites and any other disturbances;
  • the purpose, specifications and life of all proposed disturbances;
  • proposals which may disturb any declared rare or geographically restricted flora and fauna; and
  • techniques, prescriptions and timetable for the rehabilitation of all proposed disturbances
17-Mar-2017
71The licensee, at his expense, rehabilitating all areas cleared, explored or otherwise disturbed during the term of the licence to the satisfaction of the Executive Director, Environment Division, DMP. Such rehabilitation as is appropriate and may include:
  • stockpiling and return of topsoil;
  • backfilling all holes, trenches and costeans;
  • ripping;
  • contouring to the original landform;
  • revegetation with seed; and
  • capping and backfilling of all drill holes.
17-Mar-2017
81Prior to the cessation of exploration/prospecting activity the licensee notifying the Environmental Officer, DMP and arranging an inspection as required.17-Mar-2017

Endorsements

Cond #VerTextStartEnd
11All disturbances to the surface of the land made as a result of exploration, including costeans, drill pads, grid lines and access tracks, being backfilled and rehabilitated to the satisfaction of the Environmental Officer, Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP). Backfilling and rehabilitation being required no later than 6 months after excavation unless otherwise approved in writing by the Environmental Officer, DMP.17-Mar-2017
21All 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.17-Mar-2017
31Unless the written approval of the Environmental Officer, DMP 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.17-Mar-2017
41The Licensee notifying the holder of any underlying pastoral or grazing lease by telephone or in person, or by registered post if contact cannot be made, prior to undertaking airborne geophysical surveys or any ground disturbing activities utilising equipment such as scrapers, graders, bulldozers, backhoes, drilling rigs; water carting equipment or other mechanised equipment.17-Mar-2017
51The Licensee or transferee, as the case may be, shall within thirty (30) days of receiving written notification of:-
  • the grant of the Licence; or
  • registration of a transfer introducing a new Licensee;
advise, by registered post, the holder of any underlying pastoral or grazing lease details of the grant or transfer.
17-Mar-2017
1In respect to the area designated as CPL 28 in TENGRAPH the following conditions apply:17-Mar-2017
61Prior to any ground-disturbing activity, as defined by the Executive Director, Environment Division, DMP the licensee preparing a detailed program for each phase of proposed exploration for approval of the Executive Director, Environment Division, DMP. The program to include:
  • maps and/or aerial photographs showing all proposed routes, construction and upgrading of tracks, camps, drill sites and any other disturbances;
  • the purpose, specifications and life of all proposed disturbances;
  • proposals which may disturb any declared rare or geographically restricted flora and fauna; and
  • techniques, prescriptions and timetable for the rehabilitation of all proposed disturbances
17-Mar-2017
71The licensee, at his expense, rehabilitating all areas cleared, explored or otherwise disturbed during the term of the licence to the satisfaction of the Executive Director, Environment Division, DMP. Such rehabilitation as is appropriate and may include:
  • stockpiling and return of topsoil;
  • backfilling all holes, trenches and costeans;
  • ripping;
  • contouring to the original landform;
  • revegetation with seed; and
  • capping and backfilling of all drill holes.
17-Mar-2017
81Prior to the cessation of exploration/prospecting activity the licensee notifying the Environmental Officer, DMP and arranging an inspection as required.17-Mar-2017

Dealings

TypeNumberDetails
Forfeiture530239Initiated:18/05/2018 for non-compliance with rent requirementsRECORDED:11:56:53 15 May 2018Notice Issued:Regulation 50 Notice sent 18/05/2018 for non-compliance with rent requirements pursuant to Reg 109/Sec 63A- non payment of rent.Compliance Date:22/06/2018FINALISED:Order by Minister on 20 July 2018 that E 09/2208 be Penalty Imposed
Extension of Time530255Lodged:14:06:57 15 May 2018Type:Form 5RECORDED:14:06:57 15 May 2018APPROVED:11:49:41 16 May 2018Time extended to 25 May 2018 for YE 2018.
Fine535638Fine in respect to:Forfeiture Process 530239Fine reason:Non-compliance with rent obligationsPenalty amount:$509.00Notification date:23/07/2018Due date:27/08/2018Pursuant to:Section 96A(5)RECORDED:23 July 2018PAYMENT RECEIVED:27 July 2018FINALISED:27 July 2018Receipt Number:06-166711Amount:$509.00Remaining balance:$0.00
Forfeiture536670Initiated:09/08/2018 for non-compliance with reporting requirementsRECORDED:10:58:30 08 August 2018Notice Issued:Regulation 50 Notice sent 09/08/2018 for non-compliance with reporting requirements pursuant to Sec 115A.Compliance Date:13/09/2018FINALISED:Order by Minister on 14 December 2018 that E 09/2208 be Penalty Imposed
Fine544662Fine in respect to:Forfeiture Process 536670Fine reason:Non-compliance with mineral exploration reporting provisionsPenalty amount:$450.00Notification date:14/12/2018Due date:18/01/2019Pursuant to:Section 96A(5)RECORDED:14 December 2018FORFEITED:18 January 2019Tenement forfeited at midnight 18 Jan 2019 by Order of the Minister for non payment of penalty
Surrender - Outright546014Lodged:12:10:02 15 January 2019REJECTED:12:10:02 15 January 2019

Payments

TypeYearReceipt DateReceipt No.MR LodgedAmountRental AreaEffective DateAmt DueDiscrepancy
Rental201921-Jun-2018 7396326212$9,380.0070 BL17-Mar-2017 $9,380.00$0.00
Rental201810-Aug-2016 66001615835$9,065.0070 BL17-Mar-2017 $9,065.00$0.00

Expenditure

YearForm 5 TypeMin ExpdExp Lodged DateTotal ExpdExemp NoExemp LodgedExemp AmtExemp StatusOutcome DateExploration ActivitiesMining ActivitiesAboriginal SurveyRentAdministrationProspectingStrike Through
2019$64,167.00false
2018$70,000.0016-May-2018 $74,080.91$46,674.60$0.00$0.00$13,406.31$14,000.00$0.00false

Native Title Referrals

Referred to Native Title DateReferral TypeCurrent StatusProcedureDetailsObjectionsWater CommentsDetermination AreasClaimsRepresentative Area Bodies
18-Oct-2016 Tenement ApplicationExpedited Procedure : Native Title Cleared - Expedited AppliesExpedited Procedure2016-11-022017-03-02CLEARED - Expedited Applies2017-03-1670 BL24480S1163330E139km E'ly of Gascoyne JunctionWajarri Yamatji #1(WC2004/010)WC2004/010WAD28/2019trueDetermined14GeraldtonYamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation