Source: Stallion Discoveries Corp.
  • Stallion (STUD) has completed flying a survey over all of its Athabasca Basin land package
  • The VTEM Plus electromagnetic (EM) and magnetic was carried out by Geotech Ltd. who covered all eight of Stallion’s projects across 788.3 sq. km.
  • Now that Geotech has completed its data acquisition, the next steps over the coming weeks will be to complete the data processing and product generation
  • Stallion Discoveries Corp (STUD) opened trading at $0.45 per share

Stallion (STUD) has completed flying a survey over all of its Athabasca Basin land package.

The VTEM Plus electromagnetic (EM) and magnetic was carried out by Geotech Ltd. who covered all eight of Stallion’s projects across 788.3 sq. km.

Now that Geotech has completed its data acquisition, the next steps over the coming weeks will be to complete the data processing and product generation.

The company’s CEO, Drew Zimmerman said this survey represents the key first step on a proven exploration roadmap in the area.

“With the data acquisition phase of the geophysical survey now complete, our team is looking forward to the processing and interpretation phase as we look to prioritize key target areas and potential drill targets.”

The team has engaged Condor to work on the interpretation of the survey data. Condor provides a full range of services for processing, modeling, and analysis of geophysical data.

Stallion is a mineral exploration company. It focuses on the exploration for precious metals and critical minerals at its Horse Heaven Gold Property in Idaho and in the Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan.

Stallion Discoveries Corp (STUD) opened trading at $0.45 per share.

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