Namibia Critical Metals has issued a press release regarding the identification of multiple targets from SkyTEM EM survey over Kunene Cobalt-Copper Project.
- SkyTEM airborne electromagnetic and magnetic survey covering 4,200 line kilometers has been completed.
- Preliminary data shows prolific number of conductors in a variety of geological settings.
- Priority target areas identified along 20 kilometers of interpreted DOF extension; along 15 kilometers of the Okanihova lineament; and as isolated targets at Okanihova East and Olulilwa Southwest.
- Evalution of statebound vanadium target with coincident EM.
- First phase drill program will comprise 2,000 m diamond and 2,000 m reverse circulation drilling.
Kunene Co-Cu project area showing SkyTEM airborne survey area (white dash) and preliminary EM conductor picks for 5-10 channel and > 10 channels responses. Responses for < 5 channels not shown. Channel responses are provided in picovolts/meter. Background images is total magnetic intensity from the Namibian Geological Survey database combined with satellite surface topography.
Read the entire press release from Namibia Critical Metals here.