REKOVAC

Key Facts

Size: 75.5 km2
Ownership: 100% Jadar Resources
Status: Permit Granted
Targeted mineralisation: Jadar style hydrothermal sediment hosted Li-B deposits

Project Highlights

• The tenement area is composed entirely of lacustrine Lower & Middle Miocene sediments overlaying Proterozoic gneisses and lepidolites intruded by granites, aplite, pegmatite dykes & quartz & veins to the east of the tenement and the Gledićkih Chalk unit to the west of the tenement
• The Miocene sediments are very similar setting to Jadar Basin, with potential to contain Jaderite or other lithium minerals

The Rekovac project covers 860 km2 within the Pomoravlje district in a hilly area also known by its historical name Levač, about 30 km from the administrative centre at Jagodina and 350 km from the capital Belgrade.

Figure 1 - geology of the Rer project area

The Rekovac project is located within the Pomoravlje district in a hilly area also known by its historical name Levač, about 30 km from the administrative centre at Jagodina and 350 km from the capital Belgrade.

Local Geology

According to the regional geological map, the Company’s tenement area is composed entirely of lacustrine Lower and Middle Miocene sediments overlaying Proterozoic gneisses and lepidolites intruded by granites, aplite, pegmatite dykes and quartz and veins to the east of the tenement and the Gledićkih Chalk unit to the west of the tenement. The lacustrine Miocene sediments grade from coarser conglomerates through to silts and also include a coal-bearing series.

Exploration Target

These Miocene sediments are very similar to the Rio Tinto Jadar deposit and this style of lithium mineralisation is the target of the Company’s planned exploration program.

Exploration and Mining History

Geology of the Rekovac region has only been mapped and described by various government and academic geologists since at least the 1930s including detailed studies on the basin sediments.
Mineralised, especially lithium and tin, bearing pegmatites and greisens were also recognised in the granitoids elsewhere in the region outside the Rekovac tenement.
There is no record of any substantial mining of Jadarite deposits in the Miocene sediments of the district.

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