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Triton Minerals' Brad Boyle To Discuss Mozambique Graphite At "Stars In 2013"

Triton Minerals (ASX: TON) has been rewarded by initial exploration at its graphite projects in Mozambique, which is located nearby to one the world's largest undeveloped deposits.

Managing director Brad Boyle will present to investors at the "Stars in 2013 Series" Forum on Wednesday 8th May 2013.


The Balama North and South project areas are along strike to both sides of the massive Balama Deposit that is owned by Syrah Resources (ASX: SYR).

Triton recently discovered extensive graphite mineralisation outcropping over a strike length of about 3.75 kilometres at its Balama North Project.

Results of an initial mapping program confirmed graphite mineralisation along the same sub-structure which extends in a northeast direction from the Balama East graphite deposit held by Syrah Resources (ASX: SYR).

The initial visual review of the outcrops at Balama shows potential medium and large flake graphite mineralisation.

Preliminary visual comparisons suggest that the graphite mineralisation located on Triton's licences show a number of similar characteristics to those found at Syrah's Balama deposits.

Triton is also finding surface graphite in several locations within its Ancuabe Project over a strike length of about 4 kilometres.


Start time: 6.00pm - Please arrive by 5:45pm.

Date: Wednesday 8th May 2013

Place: Radisson Blu Hotel - Cnr Pitt & O'Connell Street

Four exciting companies are presenting with three Lucky Door Prizes, which is then followed by a wine and canapé reception where you can personally interact with the presenting MD's & CEOs.

The event is FREE to attend but make sure you REGISTER today as the seats are filling quickly already.

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