Greatland Gold finds massive sulphide mineralisation at Bromus
Precious and base metals exploration and development company Greatland Gold announced on Monday that massive sulphide mineralisation has been intersected in drilling at the Bromus Project in Western Australia.
The AIM-traded company confirmed 3.5m of massive sulphide mineralisation has been intersected from 185m downhole in the third diamond hole at Bromus.
It said stringer and disseminated sulphide mineralization has also been intersected in the first two diamond holes.
Greatland’s board confirmed laboratory analysis is now underway to test the drill cores for nickel and other elements.
Downhole EM will commence shortly, the board also said, to determine the size and orientation of buried mineralisation for follow up drilling, should assay results suggest that further drilling is warranted.
Greatland Gold said drilling is continuing at the fourth and final hole and is expected to be completed this week.
“We are pleased to have intersected sulphide mineralisation in all three diamond holes completed to date,” said executive director Callum Baxter.
“Moreover, we are highly encouraged by the intersection of massive sulphides of significant width in the third hole.
“But we must stress that the nickel content cannot be determined until laboratory analysis is complete,” Baxter added.