BCI is an ASX-listed resources company that is managing a portfolio of mineral interests.
BCI’s strategy is to maximise value from its iron ore portfolio, create a presence in gold and/or base metals, and become an influential Australian player in the agricultural and industry minerals industry.
Iron ore remains the Company’s core focus, with the key assets of Iron Valley and Buckland providing a complementary mix of existing earnings and growth potential.
Iron Valley is an iron ore mine located in the Central Pilbara, which is operated by Mineral Resources Limited (ASX: MIN) and is generating royalty earnings for the Company.
Buckland is a 100%-owned strategic iron ore development project located in the West Pilbara region, comprising proposed mines at Bungaroo South, Kumina and other deposits, and a proposed private infrastructure solution incorporating a haul road and transhipment port at Cape Preston East.
The Company’s iron ore portfolio also includes potential royalties over the Nullagine, Koodaideri South and Extension tenements.
BCI is establishing an agricultural and industrial minerals business, which currently includes a joint venture over the Carnegie Potash Project with Kalium Lakes Limited (ASX: KLL) and the 100%-owned Mardie Salt Project, which has a completed scoping study.
BCI is also seeking to create a presence in gold and/or base metals, primarily targeting its 100% owned regional exploration tenements and acquiring new project level interests in Australian assets.