The G’Day Eh podcast bridges the Pacific focusing on the two countries where most mining exploration companies are listed, Australia and Canada.    

The world depends on discoveries by exploration companies in these countries to achieve the energy transition targets and maintain or grow production of other metals.  Their role is critical, and these are their stories. 

The host of G’Day Eh is Australian-American, Peter Morris.  Over a career in investment management that spanned nearly 20 years, Peter covered global natural resources and renewable energy including stints living in major producing regions for energy, metals, and grains (Texas, Australia, and Kansas) and the main country driving demand growth (China).  Pete has earned degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and Cornell University and is a CPA and CFA.

In this episode, Pete sits down with Lindsay Dudfield, executive director at Jindalee Resources (ASX:JRL).

Jindalee discovered the McDermitt lithium deposit in Oregon, USA and is steadily progressing the development of the project. In late 2019, the company announced an Inferred Mineral Resource of 150Mt @ 2000ppm Li for a LCE of 1.6Mt (at a cut-off of 1750ppm Li). Recent work has focussed on upgrading the Mineral Resource to Indicated classification to allow for completion of a Scoping Study.

In addition, Jindalee holds a significant land package at Widgiemooltha (south of Kalgoorlie) Western Australia that remains highly prospective for gold and nickel mineralisation.

The company holds the McDermitt project in Oregon, along with the Clayton North prospect in Nevada, basically combining at Tesla’s Nevada Gigafactory in a classic pincer manoeuvre.

To hear Pete and Lindsay discuss all this and more, tune in below!