Further results from a summer drill program have been released by Surge Battery Metals (TSXV: NILI). The results come from work conducted at the firms Nevada North Lithium Project.
The results come from hole NN2302, which intersected two mineralized horizons. Highlights include:
- NN2302: 34.29 metres of 3,985 ppm lithium from 20.57 metres depth
- NN2302: 6.85 metres of 2,346 ppm lithium from 72.39 metres depth
The results reportedly saw highpoint values of 5,820 ppm, while assays used a 1,000 ppm lithium cut-off level. In totality, the hole intersected 41.2 metres of intersected clay horizons, with an average grade of 3,712 ppm lithium. The hole is said to be a 250 metre step out to the northwest from drilling conducted in 2022.
In terms of the summer drill program, one hole remains under the current operating plan. Drill hole W, which is to replace drill hole U under previously disclosed drill intentions, was just approved for drilling by the BLM, and will represent a 500 metre step out to the north, extending the strike length of the deposit to 3,500 metres, should it intersect mineralization.
Surge Battery Metals Inc. last traded at $1.48 on the TSX Venture Exchange.
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