The company said the program is designed to test high-conductivity targets at the Yepleu property in Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa.
Sama Resources (TSXV:SME) has announced that it has commenced the second deep exploration drill hole as part of a 6,000-meter drilling program launched in mid-November 2018.
The company said the program is designed to test high-conductivity targets defined by the phase 1 Typhoon electromagnetic geophysical survey at the Yepleu property at the company’s nickel-copper-cobalt-palladium project in Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa.
As quoted in the press release:
The second drill hole is targeting an electromagnetic response located 3.1-kilometer south-west from the first hole (YE29-556043). The Typhoon response begins at approximately 750m from surface, with a core at 950m, and appears to be open at depth. Drill hole YE29-556043 intersected sulfide mineralization showing up to 5.18 percent copper and up to 3.56 percent nickel.