Jeremiah Project: Stria aims for the sky

Jeremiah Project: Stria aims for the sky
Jeremiah Project: Stria aims for the sky

Mineral exploration

Geographic location of Stria Lithium’s Jeremiah project, located not far from NAL’s operations in the La Corne sector

The company confirms that this effort follows initial chip sample results, which demonstrated a lithium content of 0.54% lithium oxide at the site.

Still according to the company, managers expect these activities to provide essential data on the occurrences of spodumene and on the potential of this favorable environment for hosting lithium-cesium-tantalum (LCT) pegmatites.

“Recent logging of land by local authorities has enabled them to carry out logging and significantly reduce the cost of stripping processes required to expose Li-bearing host rocks. This not only speeds up preparatory work, but also to minimize the environmental impact, in accordance with Stria’s commitment to sustainable and responsible exploration practices,” commented Stria CEO Dean Hanisch in a press release.

Stria says the Jeremiah project is strategically positioned where the fertile La Motte batholith intersects the host volcanic rocks, a geological setting similar to other productive sites in the surrounding area.

The company confirms that it has successfully obtained all necessary permits from landowners and public authorities for upcoming operations.

The company maintains it has brought in local experts to carry out the field work, which is expected to be completed during the week.

Stria also maintains that samples collected during this phase will be quickly sent to laboratories for analysis, and the results should guide subsequent exploration and development strategies based on their analysis.

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