On 31 May, the AIM-listed firm said the estimated mineral resources at its Mina do Barroso lithium project in Portugal have been increased by around 15% to 27mln tonnes at 1.06% Li₂O for 285,900 tonnes of contained Li₂O.
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In a note to clients, the City broker’s analysts pointed out: “Savannah Resources offers exposure to a diversified portfolio of mining assets including lithium in Portugal, heavy mineral sands in Mozambique and copper in Oman.
“The Mina do Barroso lithium project in Portugal is the most advanced of the three projects, with a Definitive Feasibility Study expected to be completed in H2 2019.”
They concluded: “This now hosts Europe’s largest spodumene deposit and is expected to form an integral part of the current EU initiative to build a Strategic Battery Value Chain in Europe.”