Silver Swan event: The hunt for more nickel kicks off at Moho’s Omrah
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Based on geophysical modelling the diamond hole is expected to intersect the EM conductor plate at a depth of 405m down hole.
Diamond drilling has kicked off at Moho Resources’ (ASX:MOH) Omrah nickel prospect, within the wider Silver Swan North Project in Western Australia’s Goldfields region, expected to intersect the EM conductor plate at a depth of 405m down hole.
The program has begun from 165m at the bottom of recently drilled RC hole 21SSC005 and based on geophysical modelling.
Previous reverse circulation (RC) drilling at the Omrah and Wise prospects wrapped up back in January where14 RC holes were completed for 3,060m.
Assay results are undergoing final QAQC, pending release.
And now they’re testing for nickel sulphide mineralisation at depth.
With a little help from some friends.
Moho was awarded a grant of $150,0003 under the Exploration Incentive Scheme (EIS) program by the West Australian Government and says the EIS will cover up to 80% of direct drilling costs, testing for massive nickel sulphide mineralisation at the Omrah and Wise nickel prospects.
This article was developed in collaboration with Moho Resources, a Stockhead advertiser at the time of publishing.
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