Mali Lithium Ltd (ASX:MLL) has reported further promising drilling results from its world-class 100%-owned Goulamina Lithium Project in Mali, West Africa.
Managing Director Chris Evans said the quality of Lithium Oxide (Li2O) mineralised intercepts being realised from the recently completed RC drilling programme continues to improve at the project as the company prepares to produce important Resource and Reserve figures.
Best new results include:
- 72m @ 1.66% Li2O from 23m;
- 71m @ 1.73 % Li2O from 126m;
- 64m @ 1.85 % Li2O from 121m;
- 81m @ 1.26 % Li2O from 133m;
- 48m @ 1.82 % Li2O from 17m; and
- 49m @ 1.82 % Li2O from 115m.
“Through this drilling programme we continue to improve our confidence in the ore body and encounter high grade intersections particularly from the Sangar l and Sangar ll domains.
“We look forward to publishing the updated Mineral Resource shortly, followed by the Ore Reserve and DFS in May,” Mr Evans said.