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While Fiji’s mining industry is most famous for gold and silver, Thunderstruck Resources’ land position in this South Pacific nation gives it a unique position to go beyond the precious and into the critical metals.
This is according to Rob Christl, Thunderstruck’s vice-president of business development and investor relations.
Thunderstruck Resources (TSXV: AWE) is a Canadian mining and exploration company focused on its assets in Fiji. The country is located in the Pacific Ocean’s Ring of Fire, which contains many of the world’s major gold and copper deposits.
“There are a few other companies exploring for primarily gold and Fiji, it’s what most of these companies are targeting. Our particular properties… have a very interesting mix of properties, which makes us unique to the other companies in Fiji,” Christl said.
Thunderstruck currently has four projects in Fiji. The Liwa gold-silver project, in the island of Viti Levu, features four high-grade gold prospects over an approximately 3-kilometer structural corridor. The Rama prospect, also in Viti Levu, is a copper-gold pophyry, while the Korokayiu and Nakoro properties are both prospective of zinc and copper.
“So having this variety of properties is what makes us unique. And that’s really what has shareholders and potential shareholders very interested,” Christl said.
The company recently concluded its 2022 drill program at its Liwa property, and is now awaiting assay results.
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