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Woomera Mining secures exploration license for Mount Cattlin lithium project

Woomera Mining Ltd. said March 21 that it secured exploration license E74/632 for its Mount Cattlin lithium project in Western Australia, bringing the total project area to 128 square kilometers across three tenements.

The grant came after the explorer and the Wagl Kaip & Southern Noongar Agreement Group completed a heritage agreement.

In February, Woomera successfully reapplied for three exploration license applications in South Australia after they lapsed because the company failed to file for their renewal with the state's Department of Energy and Mining.