Trinex Minerals is an Australian-based resources company that has recently expanded its exploration holding to the Northwest Territories in Canada.
The Company holds base and precious metal projects covering 8,000 sq. km. of highly prospective geology in the Northern Territory, Western Australia and South Australia, along with the largest lithium exploration footprint in the Northwest Territories, Canada, spanning ~500 sq. km.
The Company has recently entered a binding agreement to purchase a 100% interest in Mineral Claims across the Ross Lake, MAC and Halo-Yuri Lithium Projects.
Each of the project areas contains significant mapped pegmatite swarms, with documented occurrences of spodumene at Ross Lake and Halo-Yuri through government mapping.
In the Northern Territory, the Company remains focused on expanding the mineralisation identified at the Mt Hardy Zinc-Copper Project north west of Alice Springs with recent drilling having been completed over a number of new and existing prospects to follow-up strong base-metal geochemical anomalies.
Active projects in Western Australia include the Berkshire Valley, Nerramyne, Bangemall and Pingrup Projects. The most recent acquisition, the Pingrup Project is prospective for intrusion-related Ni-Cu-PGE and REE mineralisation with recent testwork identifying strong TREYO anomalism across the project area.
The Tapanappa Project in South Australia lies in an under explored section of the meta-sedimentary Tapanappa Formation which hosts numerous base metal deposits including the 3.0Mt Angus Deposit and the 28Mt Kanmantoo Deposit.