Cyprium Metals has completed the geophysical programmes at its Murchison Copper-Gold project areas in Western Australia.
The programmes were undertaken to assist in the definition of further copper mineralisation at the project areas, which consists of the Cue Copper-Gold project and the Nanadie Well Copper-Gold project. Promising anomalies will be drill tested in 2021, pending regulatory approvals and drill rig availability.
Barry Cahill, executive director of Cyprium Metals, said aeromagnetic data retrieved at the Nanadie Well will assist “in the identification of drill ready targets around the existing resource” at the project.
“We are also looking forward to conducting downhole geophysics to assist in locating the high-grade zones of the Nanadie Well mineralisation and to refine drilling targets, once the phase 1 diamond drilling programme has been completed,” Cahill said.