Sama Resources Inc. (TSX-V: SME | OTC-PK: SAMMF) is pleased to announce that it has mobilized two core rigs to the Samapleu and Yepleu prospects as part of its work program for Q1 and Q2 of 2021. The Company confirms excellent results using HPX TechCo Inc’s proprietary Typhoon™ system at Samapleu and Yepleu from down-hole electromagnetic surveys (DHTEM) completed in November 2020.
“We are pleased to begin this 5,000 m drill program testing highly prospective targets at both Samapleu and Yepleu identified by the Typhoon system.” Stated Dr. Marc-Antoine Audet President, CEO & Director of Sama Resources Inc. He added that “We are gaining a greater understanding of the entire Yacouba magmatic system through additional academic research performed in the last six months.”
At Samapleu, the Company is searching for massive sulphide veins and lenses that could have accumulated in traps and embayments at depth along the feeder system of the large Yacouba intrusive complex. At Yepleu, Sama is searching for the same types of accumulations as at Samapleu but within a more dynamic magmatic system. Yepleu is considered to be the centre of the intrusive feeder system with evidence of multiple magma injections generating a large volume of host rock assimilation.
We have very good targets at both locations defined from last November’s Typhoon DHTEM surveys. According to our partner High Power Exploration, these targets are showing the strongest conductivity thickness observed to date at the project. The project areas also include more than 20 additional and highly prospective areas as defined by the 2013 and 2018 helicopter electromagnetic survey over a strike length of 50 km.
Please see Sama’s news release for more information.