Mandrake’s Large-scale US Lithium Brine Project is situated in the ‘lithium four corners’ Paradox basin in Utah. With 93,755 acres (approximately 379 square kilometers) of prime lithium ground secured, the Company’s project holds significant potential. The Lithium Brine Project is strategically located in a prolific oil and gas producing area, offering access to numerous active, suspended, and abandoned wells that hold promise for accessing lithium brines, also known as petrolithium. This approach allows Mandrake to achieve cost savings by utilising existing infrastructure . Supported by outstanding nearby rail, road, power, and water resources, our project is primed for success.
Mandrake’s current focus revolves around completing lithium-brine sampling from historical oil and gas wells. The Company is fully funded and are now moving towards a maiden lithium Exploration Target.
Mandrake also owns the Jimperding Ni/Cu/PGE project 70km north east of Perth and the Berinka Pine Creek Gold project in the Northern Territory.