OD6 Metals is an Australian
public company pursuing
exploration and development opportunities within the critical mineral sector.

The Company has successfully identified clay hosted rare earths at its 100% owned Splinter Rock and Grass Patch Projects, which are located in the Esperance-Goldfields region of Western Australia – about 30 to 150km northeast of the major port and town of Esperance. 

Australian Critical Rare Earth Minerals

Australian Critical Rare Earth Minerals

Australia’s Highest Grade and Largest Clay-Hosted Rare Earth Element Mineral Resource Estimate

344 Million Tonnes at 1,308 ppm TREO (Inferred Mineral Resource)

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We’re exploring two large-scale projects within WA’s premier emerging clay hosted REE province

Rare Earth Elements
(REE clays)

Rare earths elements (REEs) are a series of elements found in the earth’s crust that are becoming critical to the future sustainability of many modern technologies including electric cars, wind turbines, smart phones, consumer electronics, along with many other applications.

While these elements themselves aren’t rare, finding a project with high enough concentrations to make mining economically viable is in fact rare.

Environmental, social governance (ESG)

Acknowledgement of Country

The Board of OD6 acknowledges the Esperance Nyungar and Ngadju Peoples of the land and waters upon which our exploration is focused, and the Whadjuk People of the land upon which our offices are based.

We pay our respects to the Traditional Owners and their elders past, present and emerging.

Significant future global demand expected.

Consumption expected to triple by 2035 with multiple new mines required to meet demand.

Transition from carbon to renewable economy driving demand for critical magnet rare earth elements, with 7.1% CAGR expected.

Demand underpinned by growth from electric vehicles, wind power and consumer electronics.

NdPr market growth projections require supply levels to grow by approximately 80% by 2035 to meet forecast demand.