Southern Geoscience Consultants are pleased to report an update from Sabre Resources Ltd (ASX: SBR) that have recently completed surface moving-loop electromagnetic (MLEM) survey at Sherlock Bay in the Pilbara region has detected a strongly conductive massive sulphide target extending for up to 1km at the western end of the existing nickel-copper-cobalt sulphide resource.
The strongest MLEM anomaly is located west of the massive and matrix-breccia sulphide intersections in SBDD002 and SBDD003A, which are centred at around 300m below the surface in the Discovery Zone and remain open to the west and at depth. A high-priority diamond drilling program to test these strong MLEM anomalies is set to commence as soon as possible.
SGC Principal Geophysicist Greg Maude has undertaken geophysical survey planning and interpretation, with data acquisition by SGC’s Field Services department supervised by SGC Senior Geophysicist Mike Adamson. Together the SGC team has decades of electromagnetic survey experience in Australia and abroad, with the ability to design and complete cost-effective and high-quality surveys on behalf of our clients.
The SGC team wishes Jon Dugdale and Sabre Resources all the best as work continues at Sherlock Bay.
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