Global Energy Metals Corporation has made a groundbreaking announcement regarding its Råna Project in Norway. The company’s strategic partner, Kingsrose Mining Limited, has successfully completed ground-based electromagnetic (EM) and other surveys at the Bruvann Mine area, unveiling the presence of strong apparent conductive bodies with massive sulphide mineralization potential in three locations near the former Bruvann Mine.
This discovery holds immense promise for further mineralization in the Bruvann Mine area. Historical drill results have already indicated that the region west and down plunge of disseminated mineralization remains open, boasting impressive nickel grades. Notable intersections include 20.4 meters at 0.45% nickel, 18.3 meters at 0.48% nickel, 23 meters at 0.42% nickel, and 11.4 meters at 0.67% nickel.
Global Energy Metals is now seizing the opportunity to explore the possibility of massive sulphide nickel-copper-cobalt mineralization associated with the conductive bodies. The company has initiated drill testing of the identified targets, determined to validate the geophysical interpretation through drilling and subsequent detailed geophysics. The ultimate objective is to discover new zones of valuable mineralization.
In a bid to further enhance confidence in future drill targeting, Global Energy Metals Corporation has ambitious plans ahead. The company is set to extend the EM geophysical survey and conduct downhole EM in late July 2023. This extension aims to provide a more precise definition of the identified targets, paving the way for more effective drilling.
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