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eMetals announces acquisition of Cowalinya Ionic Rare Earth Project

2021-02-05 13:06:46   【Print】
On February 3, Australia's eMetals Limited announced the acquisition of three new mineral exploration projects including the highly prospective Cowalinya Ionic Rare Earth Project located 100 kilometers south east of Norseman, Western Australia.

The Cowalinya Project is prospective for Ionic Adsorption Clay (IAC) Type REE deposits. eMetals has developed three target areas within the Cowalinya Project.Asian Metal CopyrightOn February 3, Australia's eMetals Limited announced the acquisition of three new mineral exploration projects including the highly prospective Cowalinya Ionic Rare Earth Project located 100 kilometers south east of Norseman, Western Australia.Asian Metal Copyright The Company is planning an aircore drilling program to sample the anomalous areas.Asian Metal Copyright The Cowalinya Project is prospective for Ionic Adsorption Clay IAC Type REE deposits.Asian Metal Copyright A Programme of Works has been lodged over the Cowalinya Project by the Vendor.Asian Metal CopyrightOn February 3, Australia's eMetals Limited announced the acquisition of three new mineral exploration projects including the highly prospective Cowalinya Ionic Rare Earth Project located 100 kilometers south east of Norseman, Western Australia.Asian Metal Copyright eMetals will undertake this drilling once all approvals are in place.

.Asian Metal Copyright eMetals will undertake this drilling once all approvals are in place.Asian Metal Copyright