Lithium Power International Limited’s project area is located ~25km NE of the Wodgina Tin/Tantalum Mine, and immediately east of the Pilbara Minerals and Altura Mining Lithium Projects. The tenement covers ~70km2 and is ideally suited to application of proven exploration techniques in the search for outcropping and buried pegmatite hosted mineralisation. Available exploration reports suggest limited if any rare element pegmatite exploration with exploration having been focused on Channel Iron Deposits (CID) and gold/base metals.
The project area consists of a mix of cover and outcrop, the southern area is dominated by cover; Quaternary sands, Tertiary laterites/duricrusts and conglomerates cover around 60% of the tenement area. Mesoarchean granitic outcrop of the Sister Supersuite is dominant in the north, meta-mafic and meta-ultramafic is present predominantly under cover in the east, and Paleoarchean rocks of the Motherin Monzogranite extend across the central part of the tenement in a WSW-ENE trend, also predominantly covered by Quaternary sands.