Dajin Advances Drilling Plans at Teels Marsh

- October 20th, 2016

October 20, 2016 – Vancouver, BC – Dajin Resources Corp. (TSXV:DJI) (OTCMKTS: DJIFF) (Frankfurt: A1XF20) announces updated drilling plans for deep, wide diameter drilling at Dajin’s 100% owned Teels Marsh Lithium brine project in Mineral County, Nevada.

October 20, 2016 – Vancouver, BC – Dajin Resources Corp. (TSXV:DJI) (OTCMKTS: DJIFF) (Frankfurt: A1XF20) announces updated drilling plans for deep, wide diameter drilling at Dajin’s 100% owned Teels Marsh Lithium brine project in Mineral County, Nevada.
Dajin has applied for a water well diversion permit from its existing 1,000 acre feet of annual water rights. This permitting will provide a “Temporary Change of Point of Diversion” permit from the Nevada State Engineer’s Office and allow for drilling to commence. The water will be used during construction of 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometers) of road and for two drill pads. The drill pads will support two wells each. The first exploration well will be drilled to a depth of 500 feet (150 meters) to test for brine-bearing horizons down to this level. The second well will be 2,000 feet (600 meters) deep. Capuano Engineering (Santa Rosa, California) has prepared well design plans for an even deeper well if testing at the shallower levels warrant deeper penetration. The well design calls for the production zone to be drilled at 8 ½ inch diameter, sufficient for detailed testing of the reservoir, and potential production if results warrant. Two additional wells will be drilled on the second pad in a similar manner for a total of four exploration wells.
Dajin’s geophysical and geological analysis has confirmed that the playa is over 6,500 feet (2,000 metres) deep; deeper than most of the playas in Nevada. This great depth has led Dajin to plan for wells deeper than those contemplated at other playas, but consistent with known production depths at Clayton Valley’s Rockwood Lithium mine (owned by Albemarle Corp.). By drilling the shallower well alongside the deeper one, testing of the playa’s subsurface for the strong reflectors seen in the seismic survey will be robust. These reflectors may indicate interstratified accumulations of volcanic ash with sands, gravels, evaporites and other types of sedimentary deposits.
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