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Both located in Western Australia and cover >1,750 km2 in the highly prospective Murchison region with known LCT pegmatites together with a strong rubidium association.

Located near Geraldton Port in the growing Mid-West mining region of WA & close to all necessary infrastructure.

Firetail has identified a +25km “Goldilocks Zone” at Yalgoo confirmed to host Lithium Caesium-Tantalum (LCT) pegmatites, with historic results up to 3.75% Li2O.

Maiden drilling program completed over an area of just 1km by 2km, intersecting multiple wide zones of pegmatite. Assay results confirm high-grade Rubidium which warrants further investigation.  Includes 10m @ 0.44% Rb from 10m.

Detailed mapping at the Johnson Well area of Yalgoo, site of the historic lepidolite mine, has confirmed continuation of fertile pegmatites. Rock chip assays results have returned up to 0.54% Li2O and >1% Rb and drill planning is underway.

Reverse Circulation drilling program comprising of 22 holes for 589m was completed at the Johnson Well Prospect in 2023. Pegmatites were intersected in 3 of the 4 drill sections over a strike length of around 150m and appear continuous for ~120m down-dip.

Encouraging assay results were received including 3m @ 0.83% Li2O from 32m including 1m @ 1.16% Li2O from 34m (JWRC-0005).

Recent analysis of hyperspectral imagery has identified numerous potential new lithium-bearing pegmatites at the Yalgoo Lithium Project. Follow-up drilling is planned for Yalgoo region in early 2024.

At Dalgaranga, detailed geological mapping has been completed in an area to the north, with rock chips returning anomalous Li, Rb, Cs and TA values indicative of LCT pegmatites.

Generative exploration work has commenced at Dalgaranga.