The company said that this discovery is the highest grade result to date from the Canegrass project in Western Australia.
BlueBird Battery Metals (TSXV:BATT) has announced that the first hole of the phase one exploration program at the company’s Canegrass project in Western Australia has extended nickel-copper-cobalt mineralization over 2,000 metres to the northeast, defining a trend measuring over 5,000 metres in strike length.
The company said that this discovery is the highest grade result to date from the Canegrass project.
According to the release, discovery hole BBRC001 intersected:
- 12.0 m averaging 1.17 percent nickel, 0.93 percent copper, 0.05 percent cobalt, 0.76 percent vanadium, 0.40 grams per tonne (g/t) platinum and 0.51 g/t palladium including
- 6.0 m averaging 1.40 percent nickel, 0.96 percent copper, 0.06 percent cobalt, 0.94 percent vanadium, 0.48 g/t platinum and 0.60 g/t palladium.