Clayton North

The Clayton North project is located 23km north of the only producing lithium operation in the US at Silver Peak. Extensive areas of lithium bearing claystones outcrop within the claims area, and have returned assay results of up to 930 ppm Li in sampling by the Company’s geologists. The project is ideally located in close proximity to the only lithium producing operation in the US.

Jindalee proposes to undertake drilling designed to follow up the encouraging values returned from initial surface sampling of weathered material and test for extensions to lithium mineralisation beneath the thin cover observed in the northern part of the claim area. Samples of the oxide material have also been submitted for initial metallurgical testwork to test the amenability of the lithium bearing clays to simple leaching.

Location of Jindalee’s sediment hosted lithium projects in Nevada, US.

Location of Clayton North, in relation to Albermarle’s Silver Peak lithium operation.

Clayton North Project claims area with surface sample results showing lithium assays (in ppm Li), and sample ID (CES prefix).

Lithium bearing sediments at surface, with composite sample CES008 assaying 790ppm Li.