The Exploration Target is for 484-792 million grading 50-50ppm lithium, 50-400ppm boron, 2,500-4,000ppm bromine and 30-100ppm iodine.
The Exploration Target was calculated for Clastic Zones 17, 19, 29 and 33, which were all sampled by Anson during drilling.
Additional horizons are also known to contain brines, specifically Clastic Zones 7, 9, 13, 21, 25, 27 and 43, providing potential to further extend the Exploration Target.
Anson is approaching completion of the estimation of its maiden mineral resource for Clastic Zone 31 which it expects to finalise and announce shortly.
In recent weeks, Anson produced about one kilogram of 99.9% pure battery-quality lithium carbonate from brine sourced at its Paradox Brine Project.
This was a major catalyst for the share price with shares hitting 8.2 cents on strong trading volume.
The pending release of the maiden JORC resource is the next upcoming catalyst for the company.
Proactive caught up with Anson last month for a project update.