A major raw material used in the manufacturing of titanium pigments and metals


A major Iron Ore mineral used as a feedstock for steel production. Also used as a heavy medium in the coal washing


Used in the ceramics and chemical industries, it is also, increasingly, being used in the manufacture of high strength alloy.


Mineral composed of silica, aluminium and alkali elements. Feldspar is mainly used in glass manufacturing



A natural source of phosphate for phosphoric fertilizers and animal feed. Demand for natural agricultural products


Is with the exception of diamond, the hardest mineral known and is used as a high quality abrasive



Is the most abundant of three naturally occurring forms of titanium dioxide. Commercially important titanium mineral



High Titanium Resources and Technology Limited (“HTL”), formerly Queensland Industrial Minerals Ltd (“QIM”), is a public company established on 31st October 2002 for the purpose of developing a mineralised area known as “Wateranga” under Exploration Permit Minerals (“EPM”) 13278. The Wateranga area contains significant quantities of high quality Ilmenite, Feldspar, Apatite and Zircon in an eluvial style deposit (unconsolidated) surrounding the “Wateranga gabbro”. The Gabbro is approximately 5km wide by 6km long and is characterised by an outcrop some 1.6km long, 600m wide and 120m high.

HTL develops steadily since the establishment of the company. Creating long-term shareholder value is always HTL’s priority. We are committed to working in ways that are consistent with our values of integrity, performance and teamwork. HTL board members believe that as Wateranga project will gradually move into production stage from 2016-2017 financial year, HTL will become emerging force in industrial minerals industry, with supplying Australian and International market ample amount of high quality industrial minerals in the following 30 to 40 years. Meanwhile to accomplish HTL’s ultimate mission that is to output long-term values to shareholders, employees and local communities.




HTL 2019 AGM NOTICE (05/11/2019)

Dear Shareholders, HTL AGM 2019 Notice has been posted on Tuesday 05 November 2019, please note to check. AGM 2019 will be held at 10.00 am on Friday 29 November 2019 at The Sutherland Room, Holme Bui...

ML 80116 Grant Notice (05/04/2018)

The Board of Directors of High Titanium Resources and Technology Ltd (HTL) and Queensland Industrial Minerals Pty Ltd (QIM) today is pleased to advise that the Mining Lease 80116 covering 1497 hectare...

EPM 13278 Renewal Approval (05/03/2018)

HTL is pleased to announce that the renewal and variation to retain all sub-blocks for EPM 13278 have been approved. The whole tenement of HTL will remain 77.6km2 with 14.97km2 of current mining lease...



High Titanium Resources and Technology Limited (“HTL”), formerly Queensland Industrial Minerals Ltd (“QIM”), is a public company that was established in 31st October 2002 specifically to develop Exploration Permit Minerals 13278. All necessary documents were lodged and accepted by ASIC with the aim of developing its mining tenement by:

  1. Securing a mining lease in accordance with requirements specified under the Queensland Mining Act;
  2. Developing a pilot plant for the provision of bulk samples to targeted customers;
  3. Establishing off-take arrangements with customers for the initial mineral resources that the company plans to mine;
  4. Bringing the project into full production.



Freight route to be improved by upgrading bridges (29/06/2020)

State Government were going to fund $5M dollars for the John Peterson Bridge on top of the $20M that the Federal Government had already committed. This bridge upgrade is an action of boosting regional economy and industries and businesses around will benefit from it, including our Wateranga Project.

Port of Bundaberg Common User Facility (CUF) (17/06/2020)

HTL has provided letter of intent to support the CUF development on Port of Bundaberg. Once the proposed facilities including a new conveyor system built, HTL and other future users of the Port of Bundaberg will receive service with better quality and price.

QLD Border crossing exemptions application (12/06/2020)

HTL has made border crossing exemptions application along with other mining companies through Wide Bay Burnett Resource Group. A letter has been drafted to Minister of Natural Resources, Mines & Energy in Queensland to request the Queensland Government provide border crossing exemptions for personnel engaged in exploration and mine development on application. We wish the exemption could be granted soon to enable HTL and other mining companies to develop projects as normal.

Donation to local community under COVID-19 situation (18/05/2020)

David Li, CEO of HTL, has made donation of over 1,000 bottles of hand sanitizer to North Burnett Community Service. As part of the community, HTL hopes everyone keep safe during this strange time. Together we can help stop the spread and stay healthy.


HTL ilmenite market analysis (01/07/2020)

According to HTL’s first-hand market research, China’s ilmenite market has gradually stabilized this week, and the pre-tax FOB price of imported 50% TiO2 ilmenite has increased to $270/ton.

Bundaberg News Mail – MINING FOR NEW EXPORT – Export opportunities grow as work gets underway to extract versatile mineral from site near Bundy (30/01/2020)

China’s ilmenite market update in December (16/12/2019)

Currently the supply of imported high-quality ilmenite continues to be tight, the overall market is in short supply, and prices remain high.

Tight supplies of the mineral sand ilmenite has led to a second price increase in two weeks for the titanium dioxide feedstock. (23/09/2019)

Limited availability and restricted supplies are propelling concentrate prices up with steady demand for sulphate ilmenite in China and Europe, according to industry sources.

Shortage of imported ilmenite supply in China (24/07/2019)

Recently in China, the import of ilmenite market is still active, especially in the case of significant domestic inventory being consumed. However, most of the miners outside China still do not have much stock supply. On the hand, the spot is tight, and the demand in the international market is increasing, which leads to the scarcity of the amount going to China. On the other hand, due to environmental factors, most countries of miners have imposed export restrictions on ilmenite.

According to industrial website, India and Vietnam, the main suppliers of titanium ore in China, have not resumed normal supply to the Chinese market so far. Indian miners are still waiting for the government to lift the ban, and Vietnam’s export quota has been delayed.

In addition, the titanium mines in Kenya and Mozambique will not be available for sale in the near future, so they have not yet resumed their offer.






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