Moho Resources has commenced a ground electromagnetic (EM) geophysical survey at the Dukes nickel prospect, part of its Silver Swan North project in WA.

No historical drilling or EM surveys have been reported for the prospect, and the company says the survey could assist in identifying potential nickel sulphide targets within the Dukes ultramafic sequence.

The survey is expected to take about two weeks to complete.

Potential for more high-grade hits

Moho intends to review the EM results along with assays from a preliminary RC drilling, and then undertake a follow up drilling program, with a program of works now approved by the WA Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS).

“We are looking forward to reviewing the results of the EM survey in combination with the pending assay results from the preliminary RC drilling program,” Moho Resources (ASX:MOH) MD Ralph Winter said.

“Silver Swan North sits within a nickel rich province with high grade hits still being found, Moho is excited to see what can still be discovered in this area.”




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