The Sirmac-Clappier project is made up of 39 claims for a total area of 1,931 Ha, outcropping high-grade lithium hosted in spodumene-bearing pegmatites.
The asset is located less than 3km from an existing high-grade deposit.
Spodumene crystals at this site range in size from 1cm to 30cm, with an average of 10cm. The amount of spodumene found in the pegmatite ranges from 5 to 30% volume.
Extensive mapping of outcropping pegmatite dykes has been undertaken by previous explorers.
The project is in a favourable location close to a major mining town and airport infrastructure, with road and power infrastructure traversing the property.