Denchi Lithium Project

The Denchi Lithium Project covers a combined area of 787.4km2 across seven granted tenements, about 50km west of Wiluna, in Western Australia’s prolific Northern Goldfields region.

The project area hosts a number of prospective Lithium-Caesium-Tantalum (LCT) pegmatite outcrops, which is the same type of host rock found at several key lithium projects including Pilbara Minerals’ Pilgangoora project and Talison’s Greenbushes operation.
Denchi also sits roughly 120km north-west of Liontown Resources’ Kathleen Valley lithium deposit, which holds a current Mineral Resource Estimate of 156Mt at 1.4% Li2O and 130ppm Ta2O5.
Rock chip sampling completed at Denchi in 2019 indicated lithium and rubidium anomalies, along with evidence of other minerals commonly found in LCT pegmatites.

Since acquiring the project in late 2022, OAR’s field exploration team has been working to validate known pegmatites and complete comprehensive reconnaissance across the entire area ahead of initial exploration drilling.

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