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Compass Resources

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  1. an Australian mining and mineral exploration company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange

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  2. The company's main assets are mineral resources at Browns, Browns East and Mt. Fitch, adjacent to the former Rum Jungle uranium mine in the Northern Territory of Australia

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  3. In 2005, Compass Resources sought approval to establish a copper, cobalt and nickel mine on the Brown's Oxide deposit

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  4. Brown's consists of a multi-metal oxide deposit overlying a related sulphide deposit

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  5. Compass also has exploration rights over the site of the former uranium mine and some royalty rights on a gold mine in New South Wales

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