The Technology Minerals Cameroon (TMC) Property consists of five exploration permits—all of which are yet to be granted, and at least three of which are considered prospective for nickel-cobalt rich laterite. The property covers an area of 2,456km² in south-eastern Cameroon, proximal to the world-class Nkamouna nickel-cobalt laterite deposit.
Since applying for the permits in February 2021, Technology Minerals Cameroon have performed a reconnaissance exploration on the five permit areas, which entailed geochemical evaluation, soil sampling, and lithogeochemical sampling. No metallurgical testing or drilling has been undertaken on the Property, and most of the Property remains to be fully investigated.
A two-phase work programme will see data capture, a remote sensing alteration study, and an airborne geographical survey in Phase One; and, if warranted, follow-up geological mapping, geochemical sampling, and an exploration air core drilling programme in Phase Two.