The Fin Resources projects comprise exploration licences covering ground located in Quebec, Canada and Western Australia
Mt Tremblant Lithium Projects, Quebec, Canada
The Mt Tremblant Projects comprise of three highly prospective Lithium Projects located in Quebec, Canada, including two projects located in the prolific James Bay area. The Projects cover a combined 190km2 across three project areas, including:
- Cancet West Lithium Project (James Bay, Quebec):
Covers >14km strike length of the Archean-aged Guyer greenstone belt which hosts the neighbouring Corvette (ASX:PMT) and Cancet (ASX:WR1) lithium deposits to the east.
- The Ross Lithium Project (James Bay, Quebec):
Covers >30km strike length of underexplored greenstone belt located along strike to the east of the neighbouring Whabouchi lithium deposit (36.6Mt at 1.3% Li20)
- Gaspe Lithium Project:
has the potential to host a lithium in clay deposit with the project located within the Gaspe Peninsula in southeast Quebec.
Sol Mar Project, Western Australia
The Sol Mar Project is comprised of a strategic 900km2 licence holding in an ideal setting adjacent to existing infrastructure.
The project is in a proven salt production region with climatic conditions in the region of Onslow give rise to amongst the highest evaporation rates in Australia with very high solar exposure and low rainfall.
Onslow also has significant existing support infrastructure and is located adjacent to the Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline, existing gas export infrastructure at the Ashburton Port and the Ashburton North Strategic Industrial Area (ANSIA).
McKenzie Springs Project, Western Australia
The McKenzie Springs Project is located within the Kimberley Region of Western Australia, 85km north-east of the township of Halls Creek. The Project comprises a single granted exploration license and covers an area of approximately 134km2 including identified nickel, copper, cobalt and graphite occurrences. The McKenzie Springs Project is considered prospective for magmatic Ni-Cu sulphide and PGE mineralisation.