Battery Age charges into Falcon Lake summer fieldwork

Battery Age Minerals (ASX:BM8) has restarted exploration at its Falcon Lake Lithium Project in Ontario, Canada, with geological teams mobilised to initiate a summer fieldwork program.

The purpose of the program is to generate additional targets for drilling and rank them in order of priority for future works. 

Initial fieldwork will investigate major regional structures in favourable volcanogenic stratigraphy, focusing on areas of elevated topographic relief. 

The in-field team will also collect bedrock rock chip samples from all outcrops encountered and identify any lithium-caesium-tantalum (LCT) pegmatite intrusions. 

“We are determined to explore the potential of these properties to generate further high-priority drill targets and unlock the value of the project,” CEO Nigel Broomham says. 

In the coming weeks, Battery Age will also carry out additional fieldwork to enhance the company’s understanding of the geology and exploration potential at Falcon. 

Activities will include light detection and ranging (LiDAR) and ortho imagery, as well as litho-geochemical bedrock sampling. 

The Falcon Lake project is considered a lithium prospective project that covers a 51km2 area. 

Battery Age Minerals is a battery mineral focused explorer that is primarily working on growing its Falcon Lake project. The company’s assets are considered prospective for lithium, copper, lead, zinc, and germanium. 

Write to Aaliyah Rogan at Mining.com.au   

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