Clermont Project

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The dominant feature of the Clermont project is Fletchers Awl, and intrusion related dome straddling three major metallogenic corridors. The project hosts veins, fractures, breccia zones and porphyry pipes over a 16km2 zone. The ground preparation is ideal for mineralisation on a massive scale and in addition to structural analysis, geochemistry confirms the "signature" IRGS element suite.

Multiple phases of intrusion have remobilised and concentrated mineralisation with bonanza grade intersections of 5m @ >120g/t Au from surface included in almost 8000m of drilling. This is a complex structure ideal for Sub Audio Magnetic mapping to unlock the prospect and complete depth targeting prior to follow up drilling.

The Clermont project area includes the Outer Rim targets that will be followed up after the primary Fletchers Awl target.

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