Highly Conductive Anomalies Enhance Orion Look-Alikes
Dreadnought Resources Limited (“Dreadnought”) is pleased to announce the results from the recently completed FLEM survey at Tarraji-Yampi, in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia.
The FLEM survey has complimented the recently announced auger results that identified 14 high-quality targets with similar geochemical and geophysical signatures to Orion. Significantly, the combined results have identified 6 coincident geochemical, magnetic and strong conductor (>2,000S) anomalies, 3 of which have identified outcropping mineralisation. There are a further 3 moderate to weak conductors with coincident geochemical anomalies, including Thunderer North where an outcropping mineralised vein was identified with similarities to
Grant’s Find and Vanguard. All targets sit within prospective lithostructural settings and will be RC drilled in August/ September 2023.
Dreadnought’s Managing Director, Dean Tuck, commented: “Tarraji-Yampi had been unexplored for over 50 years prior to becoming Dreadnought’s original flagship project upon listing in 2019. Since the Orion discovery in 2021,
Dreadnought has significantly enhanced the geological, geochemical and geophysical understanding of this unexplored region. This has resulted in fourteen geochemical and geophysical anomalies, hosted within prospective lithostructural settings similar to the known massive sulphide mineralisation at Orion and vein hosted mineralisation at Grant’s. With our new understandings and datasets now available, it is worth highlighting that several of these anomalies are stronger, larger and/or higher tenor than those over Orion. We are excited about the prospect of making additional discoveries and proving the scale of the Cu-Ag-Au-Co opportunity at Tarraji-Yampi.”