Sama Resources Inc. (TSX-V: SME) is pleased to announce the first hole targeting Typhoon™ electromagnetic geophysical survey intersected 36m of mineralized material starting at a depth of 536m including a total of 10.75m of semi-massive sulphides. Results obtained using the Niton XRF Analyzer include up to 5.18% Cu starting at a depth of 543m and up to 3.56% Ni starting at a depth of 569m. This mineralized interval hit what appears to be the edge of a structure very close to where the anomaly was modeled using Typhoon™ and is the first hole of a series of deep holes designed at testing high-conductivity targets defined by the Phase 1 Typhoon™ at the 100%-owned Yepleu property at the Company’s Nickel-Copper-Palladium Project in Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa. The drill hole is continuing and is now at 776m from surface.
Downhole electromagnetic geophysics will be performed along the entire drill hole using the Typhoon™ system to help map the sulphides in greater detail.
For more information please see Sama’s news release.