- Tempest Minerals (TEM) discovered multiple anomalous geochemical zones in the fieldwork of the Rocky Hill Project, located 100 km from Perth, Western Australia.
- The company has discovered trace elements that match rocks that are known to host lithium pegmatite.
- Tempest collected over 60 surface samples and the results peaked at 60.3 parts per million.
- The company is currently planning further geochemical sampling and mapping.
- TEM stocks rose 6.15%, trading at 6.9 cents each
Tempest Minerals (TEM) discovered multiple anomalous geochemical zones through the first fieldwork on the Rocky Hill project, 100 km from Perth.
The company has discovered trace elements that are consistent with rocks that are known to host lithium pegmatite.
Under fieldwork, Tempest collected more than 60 surface samples throughout the project and submitted them for analysis.
The soil sample results contain a peak value of 60.3 ppm lithium and need further investigation.
In addition, Tempest detected a high range of lithium-cesium-tantalum (LCT) and Pathfinder elements in soil samples.
Despite the many anomalies found in this initial exploration campaign, most of the retention period has not been tested and has been identified with significant additional retention periods in the north, west, and south. Further spread of the anomaly is promoted.
Tempest plans further geochemical sampling and mapping.
In today’s market, TEM rose 6.15%, trading at 6.9 cents per share at 12:31 pm AEST.
Tempest Minerals (ASX: TEM) Discovers Geochemical Zones at Rocky Hill – The Market Herald
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