The Pathakada Graphite Project occurs within an Exploration License located 40km southwest of Colombo. It represents the Company's principal focus following the discovery of the Conductor 1 vein Deposit in 2017.
Aluketiya covers an area of 28km2 and is located approximately 80km south-southeast of Colombo. This area represents one of the chief producing areas of the late nineteenth century. Three highly significant airborne EM anomalies represent walk up drill targets.
The Dumbara Project licences are located approximately 50km southeast of Colombo. The Project area is recorded as the first graphite mining area in Sri Lanka, with 45 near abandoned graphite mines/pits. Several Tier 1 EM targets have been identified and remain untested.
The Waharaka Project is located 40km east of Colombo and 15km southwest and along strike of the largest operational mine in Sri Lanka at Bogala. Government mapping had indicated numerous graphite occurrences, while field reconnaissance by the Company has located numerous historical mine workings.
The Kithulgala Project is situated about 60km east of Colombo and 5km south of the Bogala Graphite Mine. A series of synformal and antiformal structures, with associated regional-scale shear zones trending northwest-southeast are recognised within the Project area.
Margosa has numerous other tenements and applications in areas with significant historical workings and located along targeted litho-structural corridors that warrant further modern exploration.
Margosa Graphite Limited is an unlisted public company.