SPC Nickel CEO Grant Mourre joined Steve Darling from Proactive to share some exciting updates, including assays from the final 11 drill holes as part of a 27 hole Phase 1 drill program at the West Graham project in Sudbury, Ontario. This drill program enabled the company to establish drilling with a spacing of 50 meters over an area measuring 300 meters by 300 meters, which aligns with the footprint of the historical resource.
Through these efforts, SPC Nickel has successfully confirmed and expanded the zone of nickel and copper mineralization, extending it approximately 200 meters to the west beyond the previously defined extent of the 2009 resource model.
Mourre expressed that the company is now focused on delivering a resource update for the project by the end of the year. Since March, the company has completed drilling activities totaling 9,050 meters across 38 holes, including the ongoing drilling operations. Notable results from the Phase 1 program include intersections of 2.48% nickel and 0.64% copper over 7.80 meters, as well as 1.71% nickel and 0.46% copper over 20.00 meters. Moving forward, the Phase 2 drill program is dedicated to further expanding the mineralization to the west.
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