Megado Minerals to kick off fieldwork at Cyclone Lithium Project, Quebec

ASX-listed Megado Minerals (ASX:MEG) is set to begin fieldwork in mid-July 2023 at the Cyclone Lithium Project in the James Bay region of Quebec, Canada. 

The company intends to develop a preliminary drill program during the upcoming field season, which will involve uncovering drill targets and preparing necessary documentation to expedite the drilling process. 

Commenting on the upcoming activities, Megado Minerals Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Managing Director Ben Pearson says: “We are excited to begin field work at the Cyclone Project. There has been an enormous amount of planning to get to this stage. 

Remote sensing techniques have assisted with target generation and given us the best possible chance of success.”

The company says analyses of all available datasets has revealed the most prospective targets to be investigated during this upcoming field season. 

Megado adds that drilling at the project remains a priority, and the upcoming fieldwork will be ‘instrumental’ in supporting planning to ensure this can begin as soon as possible. 

Megado Minerals is a listed mining exploration company. The company’s portfolio of assets includes the North Fork Rare Earth Project in Idaho, US, and the Cyclone Lithium Project in Quebec, Canada.

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