Andado Project

Ebony Energy has identified the Andado Project in the Northern Territory as having the potential to provide significant energy supply to the constrained east coast gas market in Australia. 

Located near to the largest gas distribution hubs at Moomba, the project is ideally placed to provide gas supply to the south eastern states. West of the Andado Project, the railway line connecting Darwin and Adelaide adds export opportunities with access to unconstrained port facilities in either city.

Pedirka

Andado Project Summary

Location
Northern Territory

Interest

100% owned

Resource Basin

Pedirka

Resource Type

Thermal Coal

Area

796 kmĀ²

Tenements

2 Granted Exploration Licences

 
 

Geology & Regional Exploration

The coal geology of the Pedirka Basin is contained in the Upper Permian aged sediments of the Purni Formation and is formed on top of the Devonian basement of marine sediments. The Lower Permian sediments are typically conglomerates and coarse sandstones, fining upwards into the Purni Formation which contains fine grain carbonaceous sandstones, siltstones, claystones and coal.

The Purni coal formation has been identified from drilling, sample and analysis to contain multiple large coal seams of thermal coal. 

 

Pedirka Seismic

Andado Project Granted Tenements 

 

Infrastructure & Markets

Ebony Energy is working with vendors on various project aspects including:-

  • mine and plant design,
  • pipeline routing and interconnection design,
  • offtake and gas supply requirements

These activities will enable Ebony Energy to complete the project dimensioning in preparation for mining and pipe route applications.