Battery Age Minerals Ltd (ASX: BM8) announced that it has awarded the drilling contract for its maiden programme at the Falcon Lake Lithium Project in Ontario to highly regarded drilling contractor Rodren Drilling.
Rodren Drilling has over 40 years’ experience in drilling across a range of commodities and industrial sectors. They are well known for their unique ability to understand the needs of their clients along with their innovation, safety and the quality of their service.
Final planning and mobilization activities for the maiden drilling programme are now well underway, with drilling operations expected to commence in four to six weeks.
“We are delighted to partner with the Rodren Drilling team moving forward as our preferred drilling contractor. Rodren are extremely experienced drillers who will bring a wealth of knowledge to the table with respect to Canadian drilling operations. We look forward to working with them into the future,” Battery Age CEO, Gerard O’ Donovan, said.
“This is an exciting time for Battery Age, with mobilization activities well advanced for the start of drilling in the coming weeks.”
Falcon Lake Lithium Project
The Falcon Lake Lithium Project is located in the Tier-1 Thunder Bay mining jurisdiction in north-western Ontario, Canada.
Comprising 214 mining claims covering an area of 4,280ha (42.8sq. km), Falcon Lake is located in a highly fertile region for spodumene-bearing pegmatites within a prospective 5km corridor with notable historic intercepts of 24.4m at 1.43% Li2O from 10.9m, including 9.0m at 1.95% Li2O.
The Project lies just 10km along strike from the Seymour Lake Lithium Project, owned by Green Technology Metals, which has defined a JORC reported Global Inferred and Indicated Mineral Resource of 9.9Mt grading 1.04% Li2O2.
The area has excellent all-weather infrastructure including road and rail connecting it with the regional centre of Thunder Bay.
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