Junior exploration roundup: Anfield, Consolidated, Neo Lithium

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Vancouver-based Anfield Gold disclosed metallurgical testing results at its Coringa gold-silver project in Pará, Brazil.

Carbon in leach testing showed recovery rates of 98% gold and 61% silver from core drill samples taken from the property's Meio and Serra targets, the company said in a statement.

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Anfield, which expects to complete a feasibility study in July, added that it is finalizing permits with state environmental agency SEMAS and has completed 50% of detailed engineering studies.


Australian miner Consolidated Zinc reported exploration details at its Plomosas zinc-lead-silver project in Chihuahua, Mexico.

Airborne gravity and magnetic studies. geological mapping and sampling work pinpointed a 3km-wide drill target 1.5km southeast of the property, the company said.


Toronto's Neo Lithium released a maiden resource estimate at its Tres Quebradas lithium project in Catamarca, Argentina.

Measured, indicated resources at the 8,183ha property's Northern target total 714,242t lithium carbonate of 716mg/lt lithium, while inferred resources total 1.34Mt of 713mg/lt lithium, according to a statement. A technical report is scheduled to be published within 45 days, the company said.