Source: Rover Metals Corp.
  • Rover Metals (ROVR) provided an update on its Let’s Go Lithium (LGL) project in Nevada
  • The company has verified high-grade lithium surface samples at the project
  • Plans for 2023 include a 1,200-metre reverse circulation drill program
  • Rover Metals (ROVR) is up 22.22 per cent, trading at C$0.11 per share at 10:15 am ET

Rover Metals (ROVR) provided an update on its Let’s Go Lithium (LGL) project.

The company prepared a jurisdictional map of the prolific southwest Nevada lithium jurisdiction. The Let’s Go Lithium claystone property is 24 sq. km. in size. The company has verified high-grade lithium surface samples at the project.

Source: Rover Metals Corp.

Located 12 km from the historic Franklin Wells hectorite (a rare lithium smectite mineral) deposit, the property sits in a large basin of clay-rich Tertiary lakebed sediments, the major host rock for the other lithium claystone deposits in the southwest Nevada lithium jurisdiction. Mining at Franklin Wells dates to the 1920s.

Historic water well drill logs spread across the claim package suggest an average thickness of the clay beds of roughly 100 metres. Plans for 2023 include a 1,200-metre reverse circulation drill program.

Rover Metals Corp. is a junior mining company developing critical mineral and precious metal projects in Canada and the U.S.

Rover Metals (ROVR) is up 22.22 per cent, trading at C$0.11 per share at 10:15 am ET.


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