According to a statement by Bradda Head Lithium, their recent internal analysis of sonic drilling conducted at the Basin East Extension (BEE) project in Arizona has revealed the existence of lithium-bearing clay extending northwest and north into their BEE lease.
While assay results are needed to confirm this finding, Bradda Head believes that the preliminary indications are strong enough to warrant a potential resource expansion in the third quarter of this year.
Charles FitzRoy, the CEO of Bradda Head, expressed his optimism about the results, saying that the initial visual analysis of the first five holes was better than expected and highly encouraging. He also highlighted the significance of hole 5, which is the first hole that Bradda Head has ever drilled to the north of the creek, as it revealed the presence of a completely intact clay sequence that has been preserved by a basalt layer.
FitzRoy explained that this discovery means that the lithium-bearing clays at Basin East extend across the creek, opening up opportunities for resource expansion. Basin Head, along with Wikieup in Arizona, is one of Bradda Head’s most advanced lithium exploration projects.
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