Intra Energy Corp identifies three significant lithium anomalies

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Intra Energy Corporation Ltd (ASX:IEC) managing director Ben Dunn sits down with Proactives Jonathan Jackson to discuss the latest discoveries at the Maggie Hays Hill Project. IEC has identified three significant lithium anomalies within the Lake Johnston Greenstone Belt in Western Australia. These anomalies extend up to 1,200 metres in length and 500 metres in width and reveal lithium oxide values ranging from 60ppm to 147ppm.

Maggie Hays Hill is near notable spodumene deposits, being 25 kilometres north of TG Metals' Burmeister deposit and northwest of the Medcalf spodumene deposit of Charger Metals and Rio Tinto.

Dunn shares his insights on these results from initial soil sampling, emphasising the discovery of kilometre-long lithium soil anomalies in previously unexplored territories.

With 754 soil assays still pending, Dunn is optimistic about the large-scale anomalies, especially those found where fertile granites are exposed at the surface, hinting at the obscured scale of anomalism due to surface alluvial cover. Intra Energy is now gearing up for RC drilling.

We are very pleased with the results of the first part of the soil program at Maggie Hays, which has delineated a series of strong kilometre-long lithium soil anomalies in areas never previously explored, Dunn said.

The lithium soil values within these large-scale anomalies are particularly impressive in areas where fertile granites are exposed at surface. Surface alluvial cover obscures the true scale of the anomalism which remains to be more fully evaluated with drilling.

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