BCI Minerals Offers Two Exploration Project Opportunities
Marble Bar Au-Li Project, WA, Australia
The Marble Bar Project (“Marble Bar”) is a 100% BCI Minerals owned Gold and Lithium project, located approximately 20km north-east of the Marble Bar townsite in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The Project comprises three exploration licences covering ~220 sq km of prospective gold and lithium exploration ground. The project is located on the same greenstone-granite contact which hosts numerous deposits, including Warrawoona (Calidus Resources) and Talga Talga (Novo Resources).
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Black Hill Au-V-Ti Massive Sulphide base metal mineralisation Project, WA, Australia
The Black Hills Project (“Black Hills”) is 100% owned by BCI Minerals and is located approximately 60km east of the Karratha and 25km from the Whim Creek Mine in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Black Hills comprises two exploration licences covering 211 sq km and is prospective for volcanic-hosted massive sulphide base metal mineralisation, conglomerate gold, platinum group elements and vanadium / titanium.
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