Aramo, Northern Spain

Copper-Cobalt-Nickel Project

Aramo (the “Asturmet Project”), based in the Principality of Asturias, north-west Spain, consists of seven exploration permits (covering a total area of 461km²), all of which are considered prospective for cobalt-nickel-copper mineralization.

Technology Minerals Limited holds the Aramo Project through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, LRH Resources Limited, and Asturmet Recursos S.L.

Technology Minerals recently announced initial results from a due diligence lithogeochemical characterisation sampling survey at the Asturmet Project. A total of 79 samples were collected during the campaign, and initial results at the historic Aramo mine confirmed high-grade Cu-Co-Ni mineralisation.

Moving forwards, a two-phase exploration work programme has been recommended, comprising of data capture, mapping, and geochemical surveying in Phase One; and exploration drilling, and more focused lithogeo chemical sampling to be conducted in Phase Two.

Current status: ongoing field programmes with a more extensive exploration campaign planned for the St. Patrick Licence in the coming months.

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