Thick Zone of Primary Rare Earth-NiobiumMineralisation Intersected at Cummins Range Project

Diamond drilling targeting high-grade extensions highlights the potential for substantial growth in the scale of the Cummins Range Project, WA


  • Recently commenced diamond drilling intersects significant primary mineralisation below the recently updated Mineral Resource (18.8Mt at 1.15% TREO + 0.14% Nb2O3 1)

  • Multiple diamond holes intersect a fault breccia zone hosting significant REE-Niobium mineralisation over significant widths, including: - CDX0004 – 67m wide zone from 44.0m down-hole - CDX0007 – 77m wide zone from 62.6m down-hole, including: - A 20m primary sulphide zone from 119.8m down-hole - CDX0008 now underway targeting down-dip extensions of this zone

  • This is the first time primary mineralisation has been encountered at Cummins Range, and is considered to be a potential game-changer for the Project

  • 3,000m diamond drilling continuing to further evaluate the scale and potential of this primary zone

  • Assays from the initial reverse circulation program due shortly