Thus at the beginning of 1971, Western Mining Corporation’s small group of geologists were guided to Olympic Dam simply by their investigative thoughts. Western Mining Corporation created some world’s first contemplating ideas about where to hunt down copper in a percentage from some of the most established rocks of Australia. Large portions of their speculations were untested; some were even derided as the stuff of psychos, yet Western Mining Corporation trusted in the science Western Mining Corporation had spearheaded. It was an astounding amalgamation of confidence at the individual and corporate level, any semblance of which may never be seen again in the exploration industries. Many of the private researchers and explorers managed to breakthrough a large volume of information related to the deposits by the end of 1971.
Investigation Division of Geologists solidified its notoriety for being the nation’s most prominent exploration outfit by another significant discovery in 1972, the deposits of uranium in Yeelirrie, around 500 kilometres away from the north of Kalgoorlie. The revelation was primarily focused around new thoughtful ideas by Dr Eric Cameron, an Englishman selected by Western Mining Corporation. Yeelirrie was the first uranium revelation of its kind on the planet and started a rush regarding the uranium investigation activities in that area.
By the year 1974, the organization had its own group of geologists to assemble new data from direct perceptions on the field. Changed basalt events identified from the former work was the primary focus, yet this time geologists made substantially more progress and covered more ground for exploration. Their most principal target was to furnish Western Mining Corporation with a direct perspective of South Australia Geology. When in doubt, the organization did not put its confidence in the geological perceptions and mapping done by others. Western Mining Corporation assembled a base of learning, the organization could trust, by setting up a series of geographical introduction reports about the state (Upton 2010 89-90). This information alongside the geologists’ experience turned out to be significant in narrowing the scope of conceivable targets for discovery.