Bryah (ASX:BYH) move more manganese toward mining

Bryah (ASX:BYH) move more manganese toward mining

November 16, 2023 Off By Tom Duggan

Already past the point of critical mass for manganese mining after unveiling a large, upgraded resource, Bryah Resources‘ drill results out of the Bryah Basin have continued to impress across multiple prospects.

The results come from an exploration joint venture with one of the world’s largest manganese players to test targets across the project and begin production.

A 67 per cent resource upgrade brought the MRE to 3.07 million tonnes at 20.2 per cent manganese, and the large area contains extensive manganese outcroppings ripe for exploration.

“These excellent drill results follow our other news flow, being the updated manganese resource and the granting of the mining leases,” Bryah Chief Executive Officer Ashley Jones said.

“All the manganese JORC resources are now on granted mining leases. The August drilling results continue to expand the mineralisation at Brumby Creek West and Redrum.

“Our grades reported are using cutoffs higher than many other ASX reported resource grades, which should give us the competitive edge when it comes to mining.”

Drilling highlights

Brumby Creek West

  • 13m at 22.7% Mn in hole BBRC241 from 15m
  • 6m at 24.4% Mn in hole BBRC249 from 19m
  • 4m at 22.0% Mn in hole BBRC251 from 28m

Redrum

  • 7m at 29.3% Mn in hole RRRC074 from 21m
  • 8m at 29.6% Mn in hole RRRC076 from 14m
  • 5m at 21.0% Mn in hole RRRC072 from 11m
  • 7m at 20.7% Mn in hole RRRC072 from 20m

Black Hill North

  • 3m at 34.8% Mn in hole BHRC035 from 0m

Epona

  • 5m at 21.0% Mn in hole EPRC015 from 15m
  • 3m at 21.5% Mn in hole EPRC028 from 10m

Gold Trip

  • 2m at 25.5% Mn in hole GTRC005 from 3m

BYH Bryah Map

Prospect locations with geology map showing the Horseshoe Formation

Lake Johnston Lithium

Bryah’s Lake Johnston lithium-Nickel project is less advanced, but an exploration spotlight has been put on the whole region in the wake of TG Metals reporting high-grade hits up to 2.28 per cent lithium oxide from the initial drilling of a large lithium soil anomaly at Burmeister.

Bryah know it holds LCT type pegmatites on its own tenements and new targets ready for exploration include a soil anomaly extending more than three kilometres right on its tenement boundary with TG Metals.

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