Lightning Minerals sees up to 177 ppm lithium from infill sampling

Lightning Minerals Ltd (ASX:L1M) managing director Alex Biggs has welcomed promising results from the company’s infill soil sampling campaign at the Dundas South Project. The program has identified an extensive lithium in-soil anomaly spanning a 2.6-kilometre by 1.0-kilometre area, with assays exceeding 100 parts per million (ppm) lithium. The Dundas Project, wholly owned by Lightning Minerals, is strategically located near Norseman in Western Australia. The region encompasses eight tenements, totalling 454 square kilometres, and has a rich history in mining.

"Importantly, the clustering of these results provides us with confidence to effectively drill-test priority areas in early 2024," Biggs said. "With the heritage survey also now complete, we are finalising drill locations."

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