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Bryah Resources increases landholding at Bryah Basin copper-gold project

Bryah Resources Ltd. was granted two new exploration licenses and lodged three exploration license applications, significantly increasing the company's landholding at its flagship Bryah Basin project in Western Australia.

The two newly granted tenements cover a total of 83 square kilometers, while the applications cover a further 172 square kilometers, all prospective for copper-gold mineralization.

The company added Oct. 21 that it is currently undertaking a desktop review of all historical exploration reports on these licenses, which will support a detailed phase of exploration planning.

In April, Bryah reached an agreement with OM Holdings Ltd. for the latter to earn up to a 70% joint venture interest in the manganese rights at Bryah Basin.