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Nucoal goes nu-lithium

HUNTER Valley coal developer, Nucoal Resources, which had its Doyles Creek exploration licence revoked by former New South Wales premier Barry O'Farrell 10 years ago, is now on the hunt for lithium in Western Australia.

Nucoal views it as highly prospective for lithium pegmatite mineralisation.

Nucoal views it as highly prospective for lithium pegmatite mineralisation.

The company lodged applications for seven exploration licences covering a total area of 826 sq km, east and south of Lake Johnston, approximately 460km east of Perth in December. Nucoal said it considered...

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