NickelSearch Ltd (ASX:NIS) MD Nicole Duncan speaks with Proactive soon after observing massive sulphide mineralisation in the upper mineralised horizon (UMH) and lower mineralised horizon (LMH) in two diamond drill holes at the Sexton Prospect within the Carlingup Nickel Sulphide Project in Western Australia.
Both diamond drill holes at Sexton returned visual sulphides in the UMH and LMH, with both horizons intersected at shallower depths than expected in the second drill hole.
We are delighted to report that we have once again intersected visual sulphides, including massive sulphide mineralisation, in our diamond drilling program at Sexton, one of our highly prospective targets at Carlingup, Duncan said in a press release by the company.
The hole confirmed the presence of nickel sulphide mineralisation sitting in a structure located at relatively shallow depths of about 145 metres and starting quite close to surface at 40 metres, which is particularly pleasing.
This mineralisation was intersected shallower than anticipated, and our planned DHEM surveys in the DD will allow for more constrained models and show where the intersections are in respect of the new models.
We eagerly look forward to assay results in the coming weeks.
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