Sama Resources Inc. (TSX-V: SME) is pleased to announce a 6,000m drilling program designed at testing high-conductivity targets defined by the Phase 1 Typhoon™ electromagnetic geophysical survey. Drilling will commence at the 100%-owned Yepleu property at the Company’s Nickel-Copper-Cobalt-Palladium Project in Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa.
The drilling program is targeting semi-massive and massive polymetallic sulphide anomalies located between 600 m and 900 m from surface. Capital Drilling Côte d’Ivoire Limited has been selected for executing this initial drilling program.
The Phase 1 Typhoon EM survey was performed following results from the 2,889-line/kilometer airborne helicopter time-domain electromagnetic and magnetic survey (“HTEM Survey”) completed in February, 2018 over the Samapleu and Yepleu areas. The Phase 1 Typhoon covered selected anomalies outlined by the HTEM Survey. The Company has planned the Phase 2 Typhoon survey over additional EM targets.
For more information please see Sama’s news release.