Forrestania / Mt Holland Projects, Western Australia

The Forrestania Nickel Project (100% Hannans) is located 120km south of Southern Cross and 80km east of Hyden in Western Australia.

The southern portion of the Project is adjacent to Western Areas Limited's Flying Fox high grade nickel sulphide mine, and the northern portion adjoins the world class Earl Grey lithium deposit owned by the SQM-Kidman Resources joint venture called Covalent Lithium.

Located to the south of the project area is Western Areas Ltd's Cosmic Boy nickel concentrator, which can process 600,000 tonnes per annum of ore, with the potential to expand to 1,000,000 tonnes per annum.

The Mt Holland Lithium Project (100% Hannans) is located west and east of the Earl Grey lithium deposit.

A new lithium mine and concentrator is being developed close to the Mt Holland Lithium Project by Covalent Lithium. Kidman Resources is currently the subject of a takeover by Australia’s largest industrial company Wesfarmers Ltd.

The Forrestania Gold Project (20% Hannans) contains a 136,750 ounce gold resource. Hannans is free-carried until a decision to mine has been made by the project operator.

There is significant supporting infrastructure in the Forrestania-Mt Holland project area, with good road access and an existing electricity network primarily due to present and past mining operations.

For more information please refer to ASX releases by Hannans.

Location Map showing location of Hannans' Forrestania Nickel Project and Mt Holland Lithium Project, the world class Forrestania nickel mines (Flying Fox/Spotted Quoll) and location of major lithium mines and projects in the south-west of WA. Source: Company web sites
Hannans Reward Australian Lithium Projects
Hannans Reward Australian Lithium Projects
Location Map showing Hannans' Mt Holland Lithium Project (in yellow) and its proximity to the 3rd largest hard rock lithium deposit in the world, Earl Grey owned by the world's largest producer of lithium the New York Stock Exchange listed SQM and one of Australia's largest listed companies Wesfarmers Ltd (ASX:WES). Source: Company web sites
Hannans Reward Australian Lithium Projects
Location Map showing Hannans' Mt Holland East Lithium Project (in yellow) and its proximity to the 3rd largest hard rock lithium deposit in the world. The planned Phase 2 aircore drill traverses are shown as broken blue lines. The targets are well located according to Hannans' exploration model.
Hannans Reward Australian Lithium Projects
Location Map showing Hannans' Mt Holland West Lithium Project (in yellow) and its proximity to the 3rd largest hard rock lithium deposit in the world. The planned Phase 6 aircore drill traverses are contained within the red ellipse. The targets are well located according to Hannans' exploration model. Phase 1 RAB depth of drilling ~12m. Phases 2 and 5 AC depth of drilling was ~50m. Phases 3 and 4 RC depth of drilling was ~ 150m. Phase 6 AC depth of drilling will be ~50m.
Hannans Reward Australian Lithium Projects
Location Map showing Hannans' Forrestania Nickel Project and Mt Holland Lithium Project tenements in yellow.
Hannans Reward Australian Lithium Projects
Location Map showing Hannans' Forrestania Nickel Project. Hannans tenements in white. Hannans targets from the review of the Forrestania Nickel Project comprising a mixture of geological, geochemical and geophysical targets are highlighted by the yellow circles with black centres. The yellow shaded areas are underexplored and recommended for significant EM coverage. From west to east the coloured lines represent the Western, Mid-Western, Takashi, Central, Mid-Eastern and Eastern ultramafic units. The world class Flying Fox nickel sulphide mine (not owned by Hannans Ltd) is in the foreground. Image looking North. Distance from Flying Fox to Earl Grey is ~38kms.

LATEST ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 14, 2019 Ground EM Surveys at Forrestania
October 17, 2019 AGM Presentation
October 15, 2019 Major Nickel Exploration Campaign Commences at Forrestania