Australian mineral exploration company, Eclipse Metals Limited (ASX:EPM) is set to commence a preliminary field exploration program at the Devil's Elbow U-Au-Pd Project during the week beginning 20 July 2020. The announcement follows the lifting of ban on entry of visitors to the Northern Territory on 17 July 2020.
The exploration program will target to identify, locate and re-sample historical anomalies of gold, palladium and uranium, in addition to radiometric anomalies.
Moreover, meetings have been scheduled with the Northern Land Council (NLC) and traditional owners to discuss the granting of adjacent exploration tenements (ELA31065 and ELA31770).
EPM stock was trading at AU$0.007 on 16 July 2020 (AEST 01:00 PM).
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