Kingston Resources Ltd (ASX:KSN) has identified two parallel zones measuring up to 650 metres of anomalous lithium at the Deep Purple South prospect within the Mt Cattlin project in Western Australia.
Recent work, including a 900-point soil sampling program as well as ongoing mapping and rock chip sampling, has confirmed the potential of the Deep Purple South target.
Previous rock chip assays have graded up to 3.25% lithium.
The Kingston exploration team have now identified multiple target areas for follow up and drilling.
The approvals process for drilling is well underway with base line environmental studies and heritage clearance to commence in September.
Furthermore, 2 kilometres south of Deep Purple South, a second, previously unknown lithium in soil anomaly has been
identified with a strike length of 600 metres.
Kingston’s Western Australian lithium projects, Mt Cattlin and Greenbushes are both near to existing lithium mines.
The company is well funded to advance its exploration program, with the initial focus being the identified Mt Cattlin pegmatite targets.
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