Bryah has started reconnaissance exploration work at its newly acquired Lake Johnston lithium-nickel project in Western Australia.

The project, which consists of eight exploration licence applications covering 690sqkm, has some serious nearology working to its benefit.

Not only is within 10km of the Mount Holland lithium mine being developed under the Wesfarmers Limited (ASX:WES) and SQM Australia Pty Ltd joint venture, it is also close to the historical Maggie Hays/Emily Ann nickel projects held by Poseidon Nickel (ASX:POS) which produced 46,000 tonnes nickel with a resource grade averaging 4.1%.

Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) has commenced mapping and on ground evaluation, which will no doubt lead the way for further exploration once the licence applications are granted.

“We are pleased to be starting the year strongly by getting our exploration team on the ground at the company’s new Lake Johnston tenements which are prospective for battery metals lithium and nickel,” chief executive officer Ashley Jones said.

“The team will complete a reconnaissance trip to evaluate the prospectivity following-up on existing data and geological mapping.”

The company had previously noted that the acquisition complements its copper-nickel resource at Gabanintha and evolving manganese project in the Bryah Basin.




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