Currie Rose Resources is an exploration and development company focused on its 100%-owned North Queensland Vanadium Project (NQVP) located within the mining-friendly vanadium hub in Central Queensland, Australia, with developed infrastructure and skilled workforce.
NQVP hosts historic JORC12-compliant Inferred Cambridge Resource of 84Mt @ 0.30% V2O5 and 188ppm MoO3, recently converted into NI 43-101. Resource is open for expansion. The Project also hosts multiple other drill-ready targets that represent large areas of underexplored, prospective vanadium-rich host strata.
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