Cyprium Metals Commences Murchison Geophysical Programs

THE DRILL SERGEANT: Cyprium Metals (ASX: CYM) announced commencement of geophysical programs across the company’s Murchison copper-gold projects in Western Australia.

Cyprium Metals will be carrying out the programs on the Cue copper-gold project and the Nanadie Well copper-gold project in order to define further copper mineralisation at the company’s Murchison project areas.

Anu promising anomalies to emerge from the programs will be drill tested in 2021, pending regulatory approvals and drill rig availability.

“We are very pleased to have rapidly procured and mobilised the services of the various teams and drilling contractors to commence our program of works following the recent oversubscribed capital placement and Share Purchase Plan,” Cyprium Metals executive director Barry Cahill said in the company’s ASX announcement.

“Cyprium is about to embark on an exciting stage of its progress, targeting in on extending the mineralisation inventory at Cue through the use of geophysics and drilling out the mineralisation at Nanadie Well, to upgrade to a JORC 2012-complaint mineral resource while expanding the resource base and examining the along strike and depth potential of the system.

“The work will provide valuable information to be included in the accelerated programs, commencing in the new year, to follow up on the results from the geophysical programs and to analyse the core produced from diamond drilling, whilst commencing the drilling of the Nanadie Well supergene zone.”