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Battery Age plunges into Falcon Lake’s summer drilling campaign

Battery Age Minerals (ASX:BM8) has resumed its summer drilling campaign at the Falcon Lake Lithium Project in Ontario, Canada. 

The campaign aims to expand on the 2023 drilling programs, which returned intercepts including 1.45% lithium oxide and 1.65% lithium oxide. 

Falcon Lake Lithium Project Battery Age Minerals

Drilling will delineate and expand the lithium zones uncovered last year, as well as test new pegmatite discoveries within other high-priority zones across the 5km mineralised corridor. 

CEO Nigel Broomham says the re-commencement of drilling operations at Falcon Lake aims to unlock the full potential of the project.

“We are also proud to continue our collaboration with the Rodren Drilling-Whitesand First Nation joint venture, ensuring that our operations benefit the local communities,” he says. 

The drilling campaign has also been designed and prioritised based on results from the summer field exploration campaign, which included light detection and ranging surveys, orth-imagery, ground magnetics, prospecting, rock chip sampling, and litho-geochemical across the main tenure at the project. 

Battery Age Minerals is a battery metals-focused explorer working on rapidly growing its flagship Falcon Lake Project in Ontario, Canada. 

Write to Aaliyah Rogan at Mining.com.au   

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