Core boosts resource again 

CORE Exploration has delivered a 51% increase in its BP33 lithium resource in the Top End, just ahead of its plan to release the definitive feasibility study for its wider Finniss project, which it claims is easily one of the highest-grade undeveloped lithium deposits in Australia.

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Finniss

The BP33 resource is now 2.15 million tonnes with a coincident grade increase to 1.5% Li2O, and includes indicated numbers for the first time.
 
Core earlier announced 42% increase in resources at the Grants deposit, and the combination of the increases has lifted overall resources to 5Mt at 1.5% Li2O.
 
While it is smaller than other Australian lithium projects, the grade and Finniss' location just outside Darwin are its main selling points.
 
Core argues Finniss has the best supporting infrastructure and logistics chain to Asia of any Australian lithium project given it is just 25km from port, power station, gas and rail.
 
The combination of low processing and chea...

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