Rock Tech Lithium Inc. (TSXV:RCK,FWB:RJIA) has identified several graphite exploration targets upon completion of its ground geophysical survey on the Lochaber graphite property in Gatineau, Quebec.
As quoted in the press release:
The Company carried out a 35.17 line-kilometre magnetic survey in addition to 33.7 line-kilometres of Horizontal Loop Electromagnetic (“HLEM”) surveying using a Max-Min instrument in the Plumbago area of the property.
The interpretation of the magnetic survey data outlined several wide and intense magnetic anomalies all of which follow a north-northeast orientation. Additionally, the HLEM survey mapped five north-south oriented conductors.
Rock Tech Lithium President and CEO Eunho Lee said:
The ground geophysical survey results are a testament to the merit of the Lochaber property. The Company plans to drill test all of the conductors identified by the geophysical survey in addition to targets identified by historical exploration work and those associated with past producing mines. Additionally, due to success of the ground geophysics, the Company has planned to extend the survey grid further to the north and the east.