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Litchfield Minerals Welcomes Industry Veterans to Lead ASX Listing

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In a significant boost to its corporate governance and strategic direction, Litchfield Minerals is proud to introduce its distinguished Board of Directors as the Company embarks on its journey towards an Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) listing. Chaired by Dr Peter Eaglen, a seasoned professional with 38 years in the mining and metals sector, and featuring Mark Noppe, an acclaimed mining industry geoscience consultant with a focus on the technical assurance and public reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves, Litchfield Minerals is set to make waves in the exploration sector.

Dr Peter Eaglen brings a wealth of experience to the table, having held the position of general manager for Rio Tinto for 12 years, including leading the Board’s internal and external risk assurance. His global project and operational experience from discovery to closure, coupled with his expertise in risk management and corporate governance is expected to steer Litchfield Minerals through the complexities of the exploration industry and beyond the ASX listing process.

Mark Noppe, a former Anglo American geologist and recognised figure in resource circles for his mining project evaluation work at SRK Consulting and the Sustainable Minerals Institute (where he has been employed since Oct 2022), adds immense value to the team. As a key contributor to and facilitator for the AusIMM’s JORC Code reporting course (2018-2022) teaching the standards for reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves, the JORC Code being mandatory for public reporting for all ASX listed mining and resources companies, Mark's involvement underscores Litchfield Minerals' commitment to transparency, integrity, and best practice in its exploration activities.

The decision by such industry heavyweights to join Litchfield Minerals' board is a testament to the Company's potential and strategic direction. As Litchfield Minerals prepares for its IPO, facilitated by Alpine Capital, the inclusion of Peter and Mark on the Board is poised to enhance investor confidence and pave the way for the Company's success on the ASX.

About us:

Litchfield Minerals is a junior exploration company with a focus on identifying and developing high-potential mineral assets in the Northern Territory, Australia. Leveraging the extensive experience of its board and management team, Litchfield Minerals aims to become a leader in the exploration and development of uranium, copper, manganese, and rare earth elements, contributing to the global transition to clean energy.

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