FPX Nickel Intersects Broad Zones of Near-Surface, Higher Grade Nickel Mineralization in Stepout Drilling at Baptiste Deposit on the Decar Project

- October 19th, 2017

FPX Nickel (TSX-V:FPX) (“FPX Nickel” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce results of the first three of eight diamond drill holes completed during its recent stepout drill testing of the Baptiste deposit at the Company’s 100%-owned Decar nickel project (the “Project”) in central British Columbia. The drill holes highlighted in this release are the … Continued

FPX Nickel (TSX-V:FPX) (“FPX Nickel” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce results of the first three of eight diamond drill holes completed during its recent stepout drill testing of the Baptiste deposit at the Company’s 100%-owned Decar nickel project (the “Project”) in central British Columbia. The drill holes highlighted in this release are the first holes drilled at Decar since 2012.  The drill results support the potential for meaningful resource expansion of higher grade, near-surface nickel-iron alloy mineralization at the Baptiste deposit beyond the resource used in the  National Instrument 43-101 2013 Preliminary Economic Assessment.
Martin Turenne, the Company’s President and CEO said:

“We are very pleased with the initial drill results from our stepout program, highlighted by hole 65, collared 420 metres southeast of 2013 PEA resource pit outline, which returned the second-highest grading broad interval of near-surface nickel mineralization in the Project’s history.
These results support the potential to considerably improve the early development plan for the Baptiste deposit in an updated PEA by allowing for the incorporation of near-surface tonnage with grades significantly higher than the material modeled in the early years of the 2013 PEA.”

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