Source: Tearlach Resources Limited.
  • Tearlach (TEA) gave its plans for bulk sampling at the Gabriel Project in Nevada
  • With drilling will commence shortly, this work is expected to fast-track a pilot plant and in-depth metallurgical studies
  • The company has a 1-to-2-ton bulk sample of an already identified outcrop, set for Q2 2023 and is using a core drill to do baseline metallurgical work
  • Tearlach Resources (TEA) was down 6.91 per cent, trading at $1.75 at 9:45 am ET

Tearlach (TEA) shared its plans for bulk sampling at the Gabriel Project in Nevada.

With drilling will commence shortly, this work is expected to fast-track a pilot plant and in-depth metallurgical studies. The drilling notice through the Bureau of Land Management has been approved, and the bond submitted.

The company has a 1-to-2-ton bulk sample of an already identified outcrop set for Q2 2023 and is using a core drill to do baseline metallurgical work.

CEO Morgan Lekstrom commented that the team of clay lithium experts has identified a key point from which they can excavate a multi-ton bulk sample.

“Sampling this early helps significantly reduce engineering and permitting time to get to production. We will run a concurrent pilot plant process often later in the development phase. This type of outside-the-box thinking will help us accelerate our plans to become the leader in the space. We are looking at utilizing existing and advanced technology combined with our teams’ significant experience to increase the recovery potential of this type of mineralization.”

Tearlach is a Canadian exploration company engaged in the acquisition, exploration, and development of lithium projects.

Tearlach Resources Ltd. (TEA) was down 6.91 per cent, trading at $1.75 at 9:45 am ET.


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