Mt Clere REE and Lithium Project
- Targeting Rare Earth Elements in Durlacher Supersuite sequence of rocks, the same host rocks as Yangibana.
- Lithium potential in LCT Pegmatites in the southeast of the tenement.
- Field reconnaissance trip completed Q2, 2022 with additional geochemistry sampling and drill programs planned.
- Emerging rare earth province highlighted by ASX:KTA discovering Ion adsorption clays enriched in REE’s.
The Mt Clere Project is a significant area in the eastern Gascoyne Province prospective for rare earths and lithium pegmatites. The strategic pegging of Mt Clere increases Lanthanein’s total landholding by approximately 350km² of Durlacher Supersuite, host to the world-class Yangibana Deposit 27.42Mt @ 0.97% TREO.
Mt Clere Project comprises of one exploration licence application E52/4012, located on the major Ti Tree Shear Zone, which may be analogous to the relationship between the Lyons River Fault and the Gifford Creek Carbonatite Complex. Initial desktop review has highlighted numerous sites of interest including some pegmatite occurrences.
Lanthanein will commence a field reconnaissance program as soon as possible designed to identify and validate the potential of rare earth elements and lithium mineralisation within the Mt Clere project area. Follow on exploration will depend on the results of this initial work program but are expected to include a detailed and systematic exploration program comprising of a combination of soil geochemical sampling, rock sampling and geophysical surveys across the high priority target areas, prior to drilling programs being undertaken.