• Surge Battery Metals (NILI) has reported assay results from four drill holes at the Nevada North Lithium Project
  • CEO Greg Reimer sat down with Daniella Atkinson to highlight the results
  • Surge Battery Metals is engaged in the exploration and development of battery metal targets
  • Surge Battery Metals (NILI) is up by 10.81 per cent trading at $0.205 per share

Surge (NILI) has announced assay results from four drill holes at its Nevada North Lithium Project.

Assay results returned multiple zones of strong values ranging from 1,000 to 5,000 ppm lithium, confirming the potential for a high-tenor lithium clay deposit.

Results from drill holes NN2206, NN2207 and NN2208 are being processed, and results will be released as they become available.

Drill hole NN2206 tested the eastern edge of the soil anomaly and intersected about 15 meters (45 feet) of the productive clay/siltstone unit.

Hole NN2207, drilled 490 meters south of NN2201, cut over 120 meters (400 feet) of the permissive claystone in four horizons.

NN2208, the last hole of the 2022 program, cut 72 meters (240 feet) of the productive horizons.

CEO Greg Reimer sat down with Daniella Atkinson to highlight the results.

Surge Battery Metals is engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of battery metal targets. It focuses on exploring for lithium in Nevada and for nickel-iron alloy and copper in British Columbia.

Surge Battery Metals (NILI) is up by 10.81 per cent trading at $0.205 per share as of 10:46 am ET.


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