"We add value to our assets by joint venture, acquisition and disposal of mineral resource interests in addition to being an active investor in the mineral resources corporate market."


Regency’s largest project is the Mambare nickel resource in Papua New Guinea. Exploration continues in Australia and Papua New Guinea for base metals, gold, graphite and other minerals, agrominerals in Sudan and multi-elements in Greenland.

The Company looks for investments and projects with potential for significant magnitude.



East Africa


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Key facts

  • Agromineral concessions with potential for potash, phosphate and gypsum


Papua New Guinea

Nickel Laterite

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Key facts

  • Independently estimated JORC resource of 162.5 million tons with a grade of 0.94% Ni; total of 1.53 million tons of contained nickel
  • 7,800m drilled within 31 sq km area, which includes only 2 sq km of 80 sq km plateau.

Western Australia and Queensland


Gold and Base Metal Targets


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Key facts

  • Three tenements in the Fraser Range area, adjacent to Sirius’ Nova Deposit
  • Fraser Range tenements disposed into RAM with retained interests
  • Further projects in Australia include base metals and graphite in Western Australia, and a gold/copper prospect in Queensland



Multi Elements - Nb,Ta, Zr & REE


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Key facts

  • One of the world’s largest undeveloped Niobium (Na), Tantalum (Ta), Zirconium (Zr) and Rare Earth Elements 
  • 100% RGM owned
 Last updated: May 2015

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