Centrex Metals

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Centrex Metals is a small Australian mining exploration company which, according to the company website, "was incorporated on 23 March 2001 to explore for iron ore on Eyre Peninsula."[1]

Port proposal

Sheep Hill Deep Water Port at Port Lincoln has been proposed by Centrex Metals as a multi-cargo port. While primarily proposed to cater for possible iron ore exports from South Australia, in a 2009 presentation the company lists a possible user for a new port as being the export of coal from Energy Exploration Limited Lock coal project. Centrex states, based on a "personal comment" from Energy Exploration, that the coal project had a notional start date of 2010 and a possible export range of 3-5 million tonnes per annum.[2]

Contact details

Unit 1102, 147 Pirie Street
Adelaide, South Australia 5000
Phone: +61 8 8100 2200
Fax: +61 8 8232 0500
Website: http://www.centrexmetals.com.au/

Articles and resources


  1. "Company history", Centrex Metals website, accessed June 2011.
  2. Gerard Anderson, Managing Director Centrex Minerals, Centrex DAC Application for Port Lincoln, April 1, 2009, page 37. (Pdf)

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