Sultan flags multiple historic mapped pegmatites at Canadian lithium project
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A desktop review at Sultan Resources’ Kembler project in Canada has highlighted multiple pegmatite occurrences from previous mapping.
The features cover approximately 7km trending northwest to southeast in the NW of the project and will be a focus of the company’s initial exploration program.
Initial exploration activities will take five to seven days at each property with four helicopter-supported geologists conducting reconnaissance mapping and sampling of priority outcrops.
Sultan Resources (ASX:SLZ) anticipates exploration in late June.
“The identification of multiple pegmatitic occurrences from historical mapping at the Kember project is highly encouraging, and allows Sultan to efficiently focus its initial reconnaissance in the field,” chairman Jeremy King says.
At the Ruddy project, the initial focus of exploration will be within the ‘LCT Goldilocks Zone’, identified by other lithium explorers in the region, which covers approximately 3.5km of east-west strike in the centre to south of the Ruddy project which sits across a greenstone belt.
“The obvious prospectivity of the interpreted ‘goldilocks zone’ at the Ruddy project presents a focus for that area,” King added.
“We are eagerly looking forward to the commencement of Canadian exploration for Sultan later this month.”
As with Kember, Ruddy exploration will see five to seven days of four helicopter-supported geologists conducting reconnaissance mapping and sampling of priority outcrops.
Samples from both areas will be submitted to Canadian-based laboratories for expedience and reported to the market in due course.
This article was developed in collaboration with Sultan Resources, a Stockhead advertiser at the time of publishing.
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