Comet Resources: Battery Commodities for the Low-Carbon Revolution

Comet Resources: Battery Commodities for the Low-Carbon Revolution

Comet Resources (ASX:CRL) has launched its campaign on the Investing News Network’s resource channel.

Comet Resources (ASX:CRL) has launched its campaign on the Investing News Network’s resource channel.

Comet Resources is a resource company based in Australia working to develop projects aimed at serving the emerging battery metals market. Comet Resources recently acquired the Barraba copper project which encompasses 2,375 hectares across project license EL8492, 550 kilometers north of Sydney. Under the terms of the acquisition, Comet Resources is expected to pay AU$150,000 in cash for the project, in addition to AU$200,000 in shares at $0.01 per share.

The Barraba project encompasses two historic mines, the Gulk Creek and Murchison copper mines. The project is located along the Peel Fault line and contains massive sulfide-style mineralization with historical workings that produced high-grade copper and zinc briefly during the turn of the 19th century.

Comet Resources’ company highlights include the following:

  • Acquisition of the Barraba copper project offers the opportunity for further exposure to the battery metals industry, as well as adding the base metals sector
  • Historical workings of the Gulf Creek copper mined multiple lodes grading between two and six percent copper (average 5 percent) combined with zinc grades historically higher than copper grades
  • Comet raised AU$500,000 to fund exploration on Barraba according to the project’s final acquisition terms
  • 100-percent-owned high-grade Springdale graphite project is located on freehold land with access to grid power, piped gas and sealed roads directly to the nearest port
  • Springdale project is located in Western Australia, the Fraser Institute’s second-ranked mining jurisdiction in the world for 2018
  • The highest-grade intersection at Springdale returned 3.23 meters at 51.02 percent total graphitic carbon (TGC) from 35.27 meters within 42.5 meters at 17.02 percent TGC from 20 meters
  • Directors and founders hold approximately 18.3 percent of currently outstanding shares, reflecting the company’s belief in the success of its projects

Click here to connect with Comet Resources Ltd (ASX:CRL) and to request an investor presentation.

Drilling Commences at Santa Teresa Gold Project

Highlights:

  • 2,000m diamond drilling program has now commenced at the Santa Teresa Gold Project
  • Drilling aims to:
    • Follow on prior drilling in key areas where high grade intersections such as ST-005 with 1 m at 958.4 g/t were encountered (see Comet Asx announcement of 9 June 2020) Test extensions of known gold mineralisation along strike and down dip
    • Expand knowledge of the structure of the veins and controlling features of the mineralisation
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Completion of Acquisition of Highly Prospective Copper Projects in Northern Territory

Highlights:

  • Agreement to acquire a portfolio of copper-gold and base metals assets in Australia’s Northern Territory now completed
  • Assets include: Oonagalabi Copper-Zinc Project, Paradise Well Copper-Gold Prospect and the Silver Valley Copper-Gold-Silver-Lead Prospect, which combined cover approximately 840 km1
  • Oonagalabi best intersections from historical drilling include 36.6m at 1.0% copper and 1.7% zinc from 1.5m, 5m @ 1.26% copper and 1.22% zinc from 70m, 6m at 0.9% copper from 102m and 14m at 0.7% copper from 148m1
  • Paradise Well rock chip samples returned up to 8.9% copper and 2.2g/t gold, Silver Valley rock chip samples returned 554 g/t silver, 20% lead, 9% copper and 2 g/t gold, providing exciting earlier stage exploration potential1

Comet Resources Ltd (“Comet” or “the Company”) (ASX: CRL) is pleased to advise that it has now finalised its due diligence and has completed the acquisition of a portfolio of highly prospective copper-gold-zinc-silver-lead assets in the Northern Territory of Australia (“Portfolio”) from Bath Resources Pty Ltd (“Vendor” or “Bath”).

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Comet Resources Drilling Permit for Santa Teresa Gold Project Received

Highlights:

  • Drilling permit for Santa Teresa Gold Project has now been issued
  • Details of initial drill program being finalised by in country team and consultant geologists
  • Drilling expected to commence in late Q2

Comet Resources Limited (Comet or the Company) (ASX:CRL) is pleased to announce that the drilling permit for the Santa Teresa Gold Project (the “Project”) has now been received from the Environmental Impact and Risk department of the Baja California Sub-Delegation for Environmental Protection and Natural Resources. This significant milestone for the Company paves the way for the commencement of diamond drilling at the Project. Comet is now finalising the details of its proposed Santa Teresa drilling program and engaging a drilling contractor to perform the works, with the aim that the program commences as soon as possible.

Comet Managing Director, Matthew O’Kane, commented, “We are very pleased to have received the permit to allow the commencement of drilling at the Santa Teresa Gold Project in Baja California, Mexico. We have been preparing for the receipt of this permit, having plans for the drill program near ready, and also having conducted the process of selecting the drilling contractor. This should allow us to move ahead quickly now to engage the contractors and commence the drilling program. We look forward to providing periodic updates from the commencement of the program to the results once they become available.”

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Hastings Technology Metals Ltd Stand-out Simon’s Find Metallurgical Test Results Amended

Perth, Australia (ABN Newswire) – Australia’s next rare earths producer Hastings Technology Metals Ltd (ASX:HAS) (5AM.F) is pleased to announce stand-out results from metallurgical test work carried out on drilling samples from Simon’s Find, one of the key deposits that make up the Yangibana Rare Earths Project (Yangibana) in Western Australia’s Gascoyne region.

The test work carried out at Simon’s Find is a key milestone in the Company’s finalisation of its updated Ore Reserves and mine scheduling that will underpin Yangibana’s development.

The Simon’s Find deposit is part of the 8km-long Bald Hill – Simon’s Find – Frasers mineralised trend and is strategically located close to the site of Yangibana’s proposed process plant and infrastructure.

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Rio Tinto and ARENA to study using hydrogen to reduce carbon emissions in alumina refining

Rio Tinto has partnered with the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) to study whether hydrogen can replace natural gas in alumina refineries to reduce emissions.

Rio Tinto will conduct a $1.2 million feasibility study, equally funded with ARENA through a $580,000 grant, into using clean hydrogen to replace natural gas in the calcination process of refining at the Yarwun aumina refinery in Gladstone.

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Hastings Technology Metals Ltd Stand-Out Simon’s Find Metallurgical Test Results

Perth, Australia (ABN Newswire) – Australia's next rare earths producer Hastings Technology Metals Ltd (ASX:HAS) is pleased to announce stand-out results from metallurgical test work carried out on drilling samples from Simon's Find, one of the key deposits that make up the Yangibana Rare Earths Project (Yangibana) in Western Australia's Gascoyne region.

The test work carried out at Simon's Find is a key milestone in the Company's finalisation of its updated Ore Reserves and mine scheduling that will underpin Yangibana's development.

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Australia’s 5 Most Valuable Mineral Exports

Australia’s economy is largely based on its natural resources, with the minerals sector making the greatest contribution to the nation’s exports.

Four of Australia’s states and territories rank in the top 20 mining jurisdictions in the world, according to the Fraser Institute’s latest annual survey of mining companies: Western Australia (fourth), Southern Australia (seventh), Queensland (16th) and the Northern Territory (19th).

These mining jurisdictions demonstrate a high level of investment attractiveness mainly due to their mineral-rich geology, solid infrastructure, stellar economic environment and government support for the resources industry at both the federal and state level.

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Newcrest Mining Limited – Exploration Update 10 June 2021

Highlights

  • At Red Chris, drilling continues to expand the higher grade mineralisation intersected at East Ridge and in the Main Zone:
    • At East Ridge, the new discovery adjacent to the East Zone, drilling continues to expand the footprint of the higher grade mineralisation with RC688 returning 344m @ 0.70g/t Au & 0.75% Cu from 776m, incl. 170m @ 1.1g/t Au & 1.1% Cu from 892m. This hole is 100m east of the discovery hole RC678 (previously reported).
    • East Ridge is located 300m east of East Zone and outside of Newcrest's Red Chris Mineral Resource Estimate. Drilling to define the extent of the higher grade mineralisation is ongoing.
    • In the Main Zone, drilling has intersected high grade mineralisation with RC683 returning 300m @ 0.41g/t Au & 0.51% Cu from 260m, incl. 114m @ 0.67g/t Au & 0.85% Cu from 390m, incl. 22m @ 1.1g/t Au & 1.4% Cu from 464m. This hole is 100m east of RC679 (previously reported).
    • Main Zone has the potential for further higher grade mineralisation beneath and to the south west of the open pit.
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Hastings Technology Metals Ltd Stand-out Simon’s Find Metallurgical Test Results Amended

Perth, Australia (ABN Newswire) – Australia’s next rare earths producer Hastings Technology Metals Ltd (ASX:HAS) (5AM.F) is pleased to announce stand-out results from metallurgical test work carried out on drilling samples from Simon’s Find, one of the key deposits that make up the Yangibana Rare Earths Project (Yangibana) in Western Australia’s Gascoyne region.

The test work carried out at Simon’s Find is a key milestone in the Company’s finalisation of its updated Ore Reserves and mine scheduling that will underpin Yangibana’s development.

The Simon’s Find deposit is part of the 8km-long Bald Hill – Simon’s Find – Frasers mineralised trend and is strategically located close to the site of Yangibana’s proposed process plant and infrastructure.

Keep reading... Show less

Rio Tinto and ARENA to study using hydrogen to reduce carbon emissions in alumina refining

Rio Tinto has partnered with the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) to study whether hydrogen can replace natural gas in alumina refineries to reduce emissions.

Rio Tinto will conduct a $1.2 million feasibility study, equally funded with ARENA through a $580,000 grant, into using clean hydrogen to replace natural gas in the calcination process of refining at the Yarwun aumina refinery in Gladstone.

Keep reading... Show less

Hastings Technology Metals Ltd Stand-Out Simon’s Find Metallurgical Test Results

Perth, Australia (ABN Newswire) – Australia's next rare earths producer Hastings Technology Metals Ltd (ASX:HAS) is pleased to announce stand-out results from metallurgical test work carried out on drilling samples from Simon's Find, one of the key deposits that make up the Yangibana Rare Earths Project (Yangibana) in Western Australia's Gascoyne region.

The test work carried out at Simon's Find is a key milestone in the Company's finalisation of its updated Ore Reserves and mine scheduling that will underpin Yangibana's development.

Keep reading... Show less

Australia’s 5 Most Valuable Mineral Exports

Australia’s economy is largely based on its natural resources, with the minerals sector making the greatest contribution to the nation’s exports.

Four of Australia’s states and territories rank in the top 20 mining jurisdictions in the world, according to the Fraser Institute’s latest annual survey of mining companies: Western Australia (fourth), Southern Australia (seventh), Queensland (16th) and the Northern Territory (19th).

These mining jurisdictions demonstrate a high level of investment attractiveness mainly due to their mineral-rich geology, solid infrastructure, stellar economic environment and government support for the resources industry at both the federal and state level.

Keep reading... Show less

Newcrest Mining Limited – Exploration Update 10 June 2021

Highlights

  • At Red Chris, drilling continues to expand the higher grade mineralisation intersected at East Ridge and in the Main Zone:
    • At East Ridge, the new discovery adjacent to the East Zone, drilling continues to expand the footprint of the higher grade mineralisation with RC688 returning 344m @ 0.70g/t Au & 0.75% Cu from 776m, incl. 170m @ 1.1g/t Au & 1.1% Cu from 892m. This hole is 100m east of the discovery hole RC678 (previously reported).
    • East Ridge is located 300m east of East Zone and outside of Newcrest's Red Chris Mineral Resource Estimate. Drilling to define the extent of the higher grade mineralisation is ongoing.
    • In the Main Zone, drilling has intersected high grade mineralisation with RC683 returning 300m @ 0.41g/t Au & 0.51% Cu from 260m, incl. 114m @ 0.67g/t Au & 0.85% Cu from 390m, incl. 22m @ 1.1g/t Au & 1.4% Cu from 464m. This hole is 100m east of RC679 (previously reported).
    • Main Zone has the potential for further higher grade mineralisation beneath and to the south west of the open pit.
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Scoping Update Highlights the Exceptional Economics and Industry-Leading Sustainability of Piedmont’s Carolina Lithium Project

Piedmont Lithium Inc., (“Piedmont" or the “Company") (NASDAQ: PLL; ASX: PLL) is pleased to report the results of the updated scoping study (“Scoping Study" or “Study") for its proposed integrated lithium hydroxide business (“Carolina Lithium" or the “Project") in Gaston County, North Carolina. The Study confirms that Carolina Lithium will be one of the world's largest and lowest-cost producers of lithium hydroxide, with a sustainability footprint that is superior to incumbent producers, all in an ideal location to supply the rapidly growing electric vehicle supply chain in the United States.

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