Lake Auld

The Lake Auld Potash Project is located approximately 640km south-east of Port Hedland, Western Australia. The project consists of a granted Exploration Licence covering a lakebed area of 108km² across Lake Auld. Lake Auld’s exceptionally high grades, favourable climatic conditions for solar evaporation and proximity to a major operating port support the potential for strong project economics.

The Lake Auld Potash Project is neighboured either side by the Company’s existing Exploration Licence applications which cover the Canning Palaeovalley, including the remainder of Lake Auld and Percival Lakes. The Company’s tenements cover the most prospective portion of the 450km long lake system where historic sampling of brine has returned the highest known in-situ SOP grades from an Australian salt lake.

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