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Wildcat Resources Limited has identified new pegmatite outcrops and extensions at the Tabba Tabba Lithium-Tantalum Project via a high-resolution drone survey, showing the outcrops to be more extensive than previously recorded.
A field camp has been established in preparation for drilling, and a rig is set to arrive on site on July 6th to kick start the process.
The Tabba Tabba project is strategically located just 80km from Port Hedland, Western Australia, and is in proximity to some of the world’s largest hard-rock lithium mines, contributing to approximately 20% of the global lithium supply.