The South Australian Magnetite Consortium currently comprises of the Company and Lodestone Equities Limited (Lodestone). Mr Gordon Toll is the major owner and Chairman of Lodestone. Lodestone, through its subsidiaries, Fe Mines Limited (FML) (previously Braemar Iron Pty Ltd) and Olary Magnetite Limited (Olary), owns outright or has exclusive iron rights to prospective tenements containing Braemar Iron Formation to the east of the Company’s exploration leases. Collectively, the ground has over 200km of Braemar Iron Formation prospective strike length and large exploration potential. The Braemar Region is one of the largest unexploited magnetite provinces in the world.

Lodestone also owns Braemar Infrastructure Pty Ltd (BIPL), which is developing cost effective methods of transporting and shipping magnetite concentrate in and from South Australia. The infrastructure will not only be accessible to the Consortium, but also to other potential magnetite producers in the region. The South Australian Government has declared the infrastructure being developed by BIPL “a Major Development”. A task force and case officer from the Department of State Development has been assigned to the infrastructure project. This infrastructure is being developed by BIPL for the Consortium.

The Company and Lodestone intend to simplify their corporate structure and merge all their South Australian entities into one listed company. In preparation for this merger, it is intended that FML will become a direct subsidiary of Lodestone and Olary and BIPL will become subsidiaries of FML. The Company has signed a Framework Agreement with Coffee House Group Limited and Lodestone Equities Limited, as the basis for the negotiation and execution of a formal Share Sale and Purchase Agreement for the proposed acquisition of Lodestone by the Company (Refer to ASX release on 7/04/2017 and 12/04/2017).