These three ASX mining shares are exploding higher than the S&P ASX 200 Materials Index (ASX: XMJ) today.
So why are these ASX mining shares having such a stellar day?
Kuniko shares are soaring 11% today. The company is exploring the Skuterud Cobalt project in Norway. Drill assay results showed "significant cobalt mineralisation". Copper was also identified. Kuniko plans to conduct further drilling at the site to unlock the "promising upside" of the project.
Commenting on the news, CEO Antony Beckmand said:
We are increasingly confident the results are supporting the potential for identifying cobalt-copper rich zones at a large scale.
Element 25 shares are soaring 17% today. The company updated investors on plans to produce high purity battery grade manganese sulphate from the company's Butcherbird Project. A feasibility study is on schedule for completion in December. Element 25 is also in discussions with potential offtake partners. Furthermore, the company highlighted how it could qualify for clean energy and electric vehicle incentives in the USA Inflation Reduction Act.
Element 25 had this to say regarding the news:
Importantly for Element 25 investors, qualifying FTA countries include Australia and qualifying critical minerals include manganese.
Dundas shares are soaring 45% today. Earlier today, the company's share price exploded 100%. Dundas is exploring nickel, copper, cobalt and gold in Western Australia. Drilling at the site intersected with massive and disseminated sulphides along with sulphidic quartz veins.
Commenting on the news, managing director Shane Volk said:
Given the results from hole 1, we'd expect to intercept sulphides again in hole 2.