High-Grade Maiden lithium resource exceeds expectations 1.08Mt LCE @ 946mg/L Li from Hombre Muerto West lithium brine project

Galan Lithium Limited (ASX:GLN) (Galan or the Company) has recently completed its first exploration sampling and mapping work at the Greenbushes South Lithium project (joint venture between Galan and Lithium Australia NL (LIT) (20%)).


The Company has received the results of its completed geochemical survey which show 425 soil samples and 14 rock chip samples. These samples were taken at the northern edge of Galan’s E70/4790 tenement and at the mapped location of the Donnybrook-Bridgetown Shear Zone (DBSZ). The DBSZ a primarily associated with syntectonic emplacement of the lithium-bearing pegmatites of the Greenbushes mine to the north.

Highlights:

  • Pathfinder element concentrations from soil samples and rock chips indicate prospective targets near the trace of the mineralising Donnybrook-Bridgetown Shear Zone.
  • Completion of 7,622 km of airborne magnetic and radiometric geophysics flown at an average height of 55 m for high-resolution data.
  • Processing of geophysical data underway by Thomson Airborne, and soon to be interpreted by Southern Geoscience Consultants
  • Geochemical survey results received for 425 soil samples and 14 rock chip samples.
  • Anomalous pathfinder elements in lags derived from the adjacent pending tenement indicate potential targets.
  • Galan has submitted a final revision of its Conservation Management Plans for further exploration activities within its pending Greenbushes applications.
  • New Conservation Management Plan for exploration activities for its 100% owned Donnelly tenement.


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