Astute Metals’ shrewd strategy for 2024 Red Mountain drilling

Newly appointed Executive Director of Astute Metals (ASX:ASE) Matt Healy explains how the company is getting ready to tackle some strategic scout drilling early in 2024 to follow up on its latest round of ‘outstanding’ rock chip assays at its Red Mountain project in Nevada. With lithium grades of up to 2,190 parts per million (ppm) found in rock chip samples, Astute plans to use its winter hiatus in Nevada ‘wisely’ to optimise the design of the upcoming drilling work.

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