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Stelar looking to further leverage critical minerals experience

Well-funded explorer eyes more opportunities

Stelar Metals

With high-grade lithium results from inaugural drilling at its Trident project coupled with board members' roles in developing the Northern Territory's first lithium mine, Stelar Metals is focused on strategic metals in premier jurisdictions and has the experience and backing to do it, CEO Colin Skidmore explains.

Skidmore is one of the presenters at the inaugural MiningNews Select Sydney 2024.

ABOUT THIS COMPANY
Stelar Metals

Stelar Metal’s critical minerals portfolio of assets cover significant and prospective geological domains in both New South Wales and South Australia.  

The current primary exploration focus is the Trident Lithium Project located in the Broken Hill Block, a historically significant mining district in NSW.

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DIRECTORS:

  • Colin Skidmore
  • Stephen Biggins
  • Geoffrey Webster
  • Will Dix

QUOTED SHARES ON ISSUE:

  • 63.5 million

MARKET CAP (at February 20, 2024):

  • A$5 million

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