No regrets as Tempest wraps up Remorse sampling

Ahead of drilling, Tempest Minerals (ASX:TEM) has completed an extensional geochemistry sampling program at its Remorse target, which forms part of the Yalgoo Project in Western Australia. 

An untested, but previously tenement-constrained area to the south of the main copper anomaly, has now been sampled. 

During the program, 80 soil samples were collected in an offset pattern to match existing surrounding sampling.

Tempest is now awaiting Labwest Ultrafine assays of the collected samples, which is expected to be returned in July. 

Ongoing fieldwork at Yalgoo is continuing in preparation for drilling at Remorse. The company has planned a 5,000m drilling program on the 4km-long coincident base metal and geophysical target. 

Tempest holds more than 1,000km2 of highly prospective tenure in the Yalgoo region of Western Australia. 

Tempest Minerals is an Australian-based diversified explorer focused on precious, base, and energy metals. 

Write to Aaliyah Rogan at Mining.com.au   

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