Cyprium Metals Ltd announced further preliminary results of the geological interpretation that it has undertaken at the Nanadie Well Copper-Gold Project. Initial interpretations demonstrate the potential for higher grade zones of copper-rich material within the sulphide-mineralised corridor.
The Nanadie Well Copper-Gold Project is 75 km east-northeast of the Hollandaire deposit, which includes mineral resources and other high priority drill ready targets and will be included in the Murchison Copper-Gold scoping study.
Executive Director Barry Cahill commented, “We are pleased to announce further preliminary results of the geological interpretation that we have undertaken at the Nanadie Well Copper-Gold Project. There is significant potential for extensive sulphide mineralisation in high grade zones below the supergene mineralisation at the project. The sulphide mineralisation has been sparsely drilled to date, which includes a number of drill holes that ended in copper rich mineralisation. It remains open at depth and along strike to the north and south.
“Cyprium will continue to define this sulphide mineralisation further by conducting geophysical and drilling programmes into both this and the supergene material. The targeted work programmes of this high-grade mineralisation, are an exciting and significant addition to our regional mineral resource base, which forms part of the ongoing Murchison Copper-Gold Scoping Study,” Cahill concluded.