Inomin Mines Inc. has reported that a ground magnetics survey, completed at its Beaver nickel-cobalt project in south-central British Columbia, has defined multiple drill targets over a 6 km long zone.
The 120 line-km ground magnetic survey, covering a 6-km long airborne magnetic anomaly in the Spur and North Lobe zones, defined long linear magnetic anomalies associated with magnetite concentrations.
At Beaver, magnetite formed through a serpentinisation process on ultramafic bodies occurs with nickel-sulfide concentrations in previously drill tested areas of the property. It is the company’s intention to complete drill tests of priority targets in this newly defined zone followed by a more rigorous drilling program to delineate a nickel-cobalt resource.
The ground magnetic survey was completed by Scott Geophysics Ltd. of Vancouver, BC.
John Gomez, President & CEO of Inomin Mines, comments:
“The ground survey has generated further data to assist us in prioritising drill targets. We look forward to drill testing these new targets to demonstrate the existence of nickel-cobalt mineralisation over a large 5 – 6-km long area.”
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/mining/23072021/inomin-survey-identifies-nickel-cobalt-drill-targets-at-beaver/
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