Exceptional High-Grade Intercepts of up to 10.6% TREO in Primary Zone at Cummins Range

Latest results include world-class intercept of 102.9m at 1.6% TREO with more assays to come.


  • Outstanding new results received from recent diamond drilling targeting the primary zone at the Cummins Range Rare Earths Project

  • Exceptional high-grade primary mineralization grading up to 10.6% TREO intersected in CDX0011, drilled 35m down-dip of previously reported intercept of 41m at 2.4% TREO (CRX0063): - 21.9m at 3.1% TREO with 0.6% NdPr and 0.2% Nb2O5 - Including: 3m at 10.6% TREO with 1.8% NdPr - Assays awaited for the rest of the hole

  • Diamond hole CDX0004, drilled into an area interpreted by previous explorers to contain mineralization upgraded by weathering processes, has returned a thick zone of primary mineralization: - 102.97m at 1.6% TREO with 0.3% NdPr and 0.4% Nb2O5 - Including: 46.97m at 2% TREO with 0.4% NdPr and 0.5% Nb2O5 - Including 9m at 2.3% TREO with 0.5% NdPr and 1% Nb2O5

  • Other significant results include: - CDX0002 – 11.3m at 2.4% TREO with 0.4% NdPr and 0.2% Nb2O5 - Including: 3.1m at 7% TREO with 1.1% NdPr - CDX0003 – 23.9m at 2.5% TREO with 0.5% NdPr and 0.3% Nb2O5 - Including: 2.3m at 7.3% TREO with 1.7% NdPr and 0.6% Nb2O5

  • Results validate the huge potential of the primary zone at Cummins Range and the opportunity for significant resource growth

  • More assays to come