Junior exploration roundup: Plateau, Blue Sky, Neo Lithium

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Toronto-based Plateau Uranium disclosed exploration results at its Macusani Plateau uranium-lithium project in Puno, Peru.

Highlights of six diamond drill holes at the 910km2 property's Pinocho target included 8-9m of 500-800ppm uranium, according to a statement. Drilling at eight platforms is scheduled to be completed in April, the company said.

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Vancouver's Blue Sky Uranium announced exploration details at its Amarillo Grande uranium project in Río Negro, Argentina.

Blue Sky plans to drill at the 420,000ha property's Anit target at the property after completing a 1,276m, 90 reverse circulation drill hole program at the Ivana target, the company said.


Toronto-based Neo Lithium published exploration results at its Tres Quebradas lithium project in Catamarca, Argentina.

Highlights of drilling at the 6,897ha property's Northern target included 200m of 683mg/l lithium, the company said in a statement. Neo Lithium said it plans to drill a total of eight drill holes on four platforms.