NEW GEOPHYSICS HIGHLIGHT THE POTENTIAL AT THE GREGJO PROSPECT
Large induced polarisation (IP) chargeability anomaly identified in multiple traverses across the Gregjo Prospect at the Wollogorang Project, NT
The anomaly is directly below copper mineralisation intersected in recent shallow drilling, extending up to 200m out from the Gregjo Fault and 800m along the fault
Geochemical results received from the laboratory reproduce the grades of copper mineralisation recorded using a pXRF in the field
A new drilling program is being planned to test the IP anomaly at Gregjo in conjuction with the very promising targets generated at Running Creek
Northern Cobalt is pleased to announce it has identified a significant IP chargeability anomaly beneath the previously identified copper mineralisation at the Gregjo Prospect in the Northern Territory, Australia. Recently received laboratory results confirm copper mineralisation along the Gregjo Fault with at least five drill holes along the fault intersecting mineralisation over 1% Cu along a distance of >300m.
WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE RECENT POSITIVE I.P. RESULTS FROM THE NEARBY RUNNING CREEK PROSPECT AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR OUR DRILLING PROGRAM?
MD MIKE SCHWARZ TOOK TIME OUT TO DISCUSS IT IN THIS VIDEO.