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6-Nov-2021

The Assay

Bryah Resources Limited (ASX:BYH) has acquired a new exploration project – the Lake Johnston Lithium-Nickel Project – located approximately 400 km east of Perth and 200 km southwest of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia.

The project consists of eight exploration licence applications covering a total of 690 sq. km.

5-Nov-2021

The West Australian

Bryah Resources rocketed 12.73 per cent to 6.2 cents after announcing it had acquired a new exploration target, the Lake Johnston lithium-nickel project in Western Australia, adding to its copper, gold and manganese assets.

5-Nov-2021

Money Morning

The Bryah Resources Ltd [ASX:BYH] has acquired a new exploration project — the Lake Johnston Lithium-Nickel Project.

BYH’s new addition to its portfolio of projects is 400 km east of Perth, consisting of eight exploration licence applications covering 690km2.

Bryah says Lake Johnston enhances its strategy of exploring for the energy metals of the future ‘in a proven geological environment.

5-Nov-2021

Hot Copper - Reuters

Nov 5 (Reuters) - Bryah Resources Ltd (BYH) :

  • ACQUIRED NEW EXPLORATION PROJECT, LAKE JOHNSTON LITHIUM-NICKEL PROJECT
  • PROJECT CONSISTS OF 8 EXPLORATION LICENCE APPLICATIONS COVERING TOTAL OF 690KM2
5-Nov-2021

Business News [subscription]

Bryah Resources is acquiring the Lake Johnston lithium-nickel project near Kalgoorlie in a self-proclaimed pivot to becoming an energy metals-focused company.

5-Nov-2021

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) acquires the Lake Johnston lithium-nickel project, which covers a 690-square kilometre area in WA
  • The project neighbours the ‘world-class’ Mount Holland lithium mine and is considered to have “huge potential” for new discoveries by applying modern exploration methods
  • Three of the eight exploration licences that make up Lake Johnston are held by West Coast Resources, who Bryah Resources will acquire for $181,000
  • Once the acquisition is finalised, Bryah will review and compile historical data to generate follow-up targets
  • Company shares are up 14.6 per cent to trade at 6.3 cents
5-Nov-2021

Mining.com.au

Energy metals explorer Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) has purchased the Lake Johnston Lithium-Nickel Project in Western Australia in a deal that will see it pick up a 690km² footprint in a well-known lithium-prospective district.

The project, which consists of eight exploration license applications, reaches to within 10km of the Wesfarmers/SQM Mount Holland Lithium JV, home to one of the world’s largest hard-rock lithium deposits.

Of the eight licenses, three are owned by West Coast Minerals Pty Ltd, which Bryah has agreed to purchase for $75,000 cash + 2,000,000 ordinary shares @ $0.053 each. The remaining five licenses have recently been applied for directly by Bryah.

5-Nov-2021

Stockhead

Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) told shareholders it had picked up new tenure at Lake Johnston in WA which is prospective for lithium and nickel.

5-Nov-2021

Stockhead

Bryah Resources has just acquired a new exploration project for its WA energy minerals portfolio in the Lake Johnston lithium project – which consists of eight exploration licence applications covering 690km2.

The company says the project enhances its strategy of exploring for energy metals in a proven geological environment.

This is because the tenure extends to within 10km of the Mount Holland lithium mine being developed under the Wesfarmers Limited (ASX:WES) and SQM Australia Pty Ltd joint venture – which hosts the Earl Grey deposit with a reported mineral resource of 189 million tonnes grading 1.5%.

27-Oct-2021

Global Mining Review

Star Minerals’ flagship asset is the mine-ready gold resource at Tumblegum South, 40 km south of Meekatharra in Western Australia. Tenements at Tumblegum South are adjacent to the old Gabanintha open pits. From 1987 to 1991, Dominion Mining produced 150 000 oz of gold from several nearby open pits.

Most recently the Tumblegum South package was owned by Bryah Resources. At Tumblegum South, there is an Inferred Resource of 600 000 t at 2.2gpt Au (42 500 oz of gold). A Mining Lease has been granted. There are historic mine workings and shafts throughout the area. It is expected Star Minerals’ initial mine will be a small open pit. Existing gold mineralisation extends along strike and down dip.