According to Cassini, resource extension drilling targeting the eastern end of the Nebo deposit has discovered a significant new body of mineralization, named as the Angie Lode.
Cassini Resources (ASX:CZI) has announced a successful program of resource extension drilling at the Nebo deposit within the West Musgrave Project in Western Australia.
As highlighted in the press release:
- Resource extension drilling targeting the eastern end of the Nebo deposit has discovered a significant new body of mineralization, named as the Angie Lode
- Better results include 5.6m at 2.68 percent nickel, 2.09 percent copper, 0.09 percent cobalt and 0.33 grams per tonne (g/t) platinum group elements, within a broader zone of 50.35m at 0.62 percent nickel, 0.54 percent copper, 0.02 percent cobalt and 0.15 g/t platinum group elements.
- The Angie Lode is located close to, but outside of, the current mine design and may extend over 550m of strike-length
- Follow-up resource delineation drilling now planned
- Further opportunities for the discovery of additional high-grade mineralization with the potential to positively impact mine development