Corazon Mining resumes drilling at Lynn Lake, scheduled to complete within 10 days at FLC target

  • Aug 06, 2020 AEST
  • Team Kalkine
Corazon Mining resumes drilling at Lynn Lake, scheduled to complete within 10 days at FLC target

Summary

  • Corazon resumes drilling at drill hole, FLC2020- 22, scheduled to complete drilling within 10 days
  • FLC2020- 22 drilling has reached the top of the anomaly at a downhole depth of 523.4 metres, drilling target identified from MVI geophysical method
  • Previous drilling program intersected high-grade shallow mineralisation in and around the historic mining sites at the Lynn Lake project area

Corazon Mining Limited (ASX: CZN), an experienced battery metals explorer, announced the resumption of drilling activities at the Lynn Lake Ni-Cu-Co Project in Manitoba province of Canada.

Geology Interpretation and Project Area Outline Source: Kaiser Reef Limited

 

The drilling program has commenced at the Fraser Lake target, with a focus on exploring priority targets at the Fraser Lake Complex, located almost 5 kilometres from the Lynn Lake Mining Centre.

The drilling has commenced at the drill hole FLC2020- 22 and is expected to be complete in the next 10 days. Corazon plans to schedule further drilling to test this target area upon receiving the assay results of the drilling program.

Read Here: Corazon committed to turning “Nickel” into Dollars, Corazon’s Lynn Lake Ni Project

The drilling at the first hole (FLC2020- 22) had commenced earlier during the June quarter, and reached the top of the targeted anomaly at a downhole depth of 523.4 metres, almost 400 metres below the surface.

The magnetic anomaly targeted at the current drilling hole lies flat at the basal contact of the intrusive system. The intrusive system is interpreted to be located between 450 and 500 metres below the surface.

 

 

“There were a couple of small frustrating delays, outside the control of the team, but it’s been a huge effort to get back over the hole, and we’re drilling now.”

-          Brett Smith, Managing Director, Corazon Mining

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drilling at the Fraser lake complex was paused due to unstable surface conditions due to the northern hemisphere spring melt leading to high water levels. Corazon had been awaiting the recommencement upon the lowering of water level and improvement of conditions.

The station at the project site have stabilised now, and Corazon is extremely excited and pleased to resume drilling at Lynn Lake.

Drilling program at Lynn Lake: Shallow mineralisation to identifying new targets at FLC

The drilling activity and the successive assay results focussing on superficial mineralisation at the “A Orebody” was earlier completed and observed high-grade intercept of the Nickel sulphide mineralisation. At Fraser Lake complex, Corazon focussed on the substantial new nickel-sulphide targets identified from the previous Magnetic Vector Inversion (MVI) geophysical method.

Must Read: Corazon Updates on Activities from the June Quarter, Drilling program at Lynn Lake to Resume Shortly

Corazon had been using the advanced geophysical technique of MVI for identifying potential mineralisation targets at least 600 metres defining the priority drilling targets at the Fraser Lake Complex.

Corazon closed at $0.0020 a share on 6 August 2020, with a market capitalisation of $5.54 million.

All financial information pertains to Australian dollar unless stated otherwise.

 

 

 


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