Energy Exploration Limited

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Energy Exploration Limited is a small Australian mining exploration company which, according to the South Australian "is a company assessing the potential of the Lock coal deposit as a source of energy for South Australia."[1]

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 Ltd's 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

Graham Chrisp, Managing Director
Phone: +61 08 8296 0707

Articles and resources


  1. South Australian Chamber of Mines & Energy, [1], South Australian Mines & Energy Journal, Issue 8, December 2009/January 2010, page 47.
  2. Gerard Anderson, Managing Director Centrex Minerals, Centrex DAC Application for Port Lincoln, April 1, 2009, page 37. (Pdf)

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