Segue Resources Delineates Lithium-Tantalum Anomaly at Gascoyne Prospect

Segue Resources Ltd. (ASX:SEG) announced the results of a soil survey completed recently at the Reid Well lithium-caesium-tantalum prospect at its Gascoyne lithium project in Western Australia.

As quoted in the press release:

The programme has successfully delineated a 1.3km x 1.0km lithium and tantalum anomaly, with soil samples up to 0.8% Li2O. The soil anomaly is consistent with high grade lithium and tantalum rock chip samples previously announced (see announcement on 16 March 2017) and appear to be contained within a previously unidentified zoned LCT pegmatite.

The soil sampling programme consisted of ~1,500 samples collected on a 50x50m and 100x100m grid spacing within Segue’s 100% owned tenement E09/2169. In addition to the soil sampling, a further 64 rock chips have been received with assay results including 0.65% Li2O and 554ppm Ta2O5.

Click here to read the full Segue Resources Ltd. (ASX:SEG) press release.

Get the Latest Lithium Investing Stock Information

Get the latest information about companies associated with Lithium Investing delivered directly to your inbox.


By selecting company or companies above, you are giving consent to receive email from those companies. And remember you can unsubscribe at any time.


Leave a Reply