Help Desk -
9958816305, 9810335381
Email
Password

Sienna Resources Engages Arctic Drilling for Slättberg Project in Sweden.

Mining News - Published on Thu, 21 May 2020

Image Source: Sienna Resources Slättberg Project
Sienna Resources Inc announced that it has engaged Arctic Drilling AS of Norway as the driller on the planned multihole drill program on Sienna’s flagship platinum-palladium and nickel Slättberg project in Sweden. Sienna Resources President Jason Gigliotti said “We are very pleased to have Arctic as our drillers. They have a vast knowledge of the area which is a tremendous asset. We are planning on building on our success from the last drill program which intersected some of the highest PGE numbers to date on the property (4.15 g/t) PGE. We are expecting to commence drilling shortly at a time when the junior mining market is showing robust fundamentals. We are very optimistic about what this drill program will uncover at a time when the market is much more receptive to drill results than when we drilled last year.”

Sienna conducted a two-hole drill program in October 2019 at its Slättberg project in southern Sweden. That program targeted two electromagnetic anomalies detected by downhole surveys performed at the end of the 2018 drill program. One was detected in the vicinity of drill hole SIE-18-006 located at the west end of the trend of historic nickel mines, and one in the vicinity of drill hole SIE-18-003, near the center of the trend of mineralization.

Source :

Posted By : Yogender Pancholi on Thu, 21 May 2020
Related News from Mining segment