Talon Metals identifies 'high-grade nickel mineralization' system
Talon Metals (TSX: TLO) announced today that it intercepted a new high-grade nickel-copper mineralization nearly two miles (3.2 km) outside of the current nickel-copper resource area.
Talon is focused on its Tamarack Nickel-Copper-Cobalt Project in central Minnesota.
Talon believes it has confirmed a brand new "system" of high-grade nickel-copper mineralization within the Tamarack Intrusive Complex.
Brian Goldner, Chief Exploration and Operations Officer of Talon, said analysis is still early.
"New drilling shows us that the Tamarack Intrusive Complex can be a district-scale nickel-copper resource right here in the United States. We've moved nearly 2 miles outside of the Company's current nickel-copper resource area and successfully intercepted high-grade nickel-copper in a different intrusion (new system) as compared to the current resource area," said Goldner.
"While still early in the process, these preliminary results provide definitive evidence that the Tamarack Intrusive Complex has district-scale potential, and as a consequence of these exciting initial results, we intend to make further exploration along the Tamarack Intrusive Complex a priority in 2023."