Strike length of mapped pegmatites extends to more than 13km.
Broad lithium anomalies identified from first pass, widely spaced soil geochemistry at Chalby Chalby.
Lithium anomalies extending over 1600m in length and 800m in width and associated with pegmatites which returned rock chip results up to 0.61% Li₂O (see ASX:KFM 11 September 2023).
Additional pegmatites mapped with results up to 0.22% Li₂O, increasing the pegmatite strike length to more than 13,000m and highlighting lithium fertility.
On-ground work focused on mapping further pegmatites in the central and eastern anomalies is continuing.
Kingfisher Mining Limited (ASX:KFM) (“Kingfisher” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the results from the soil geochemistry survey at its Chalby Chalby lithium project in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia.
Kingfisher’s Executive Director and CEO James Farrell commented: “The Chalby Chalby soil geochemistry program has revealed exciting broad areas of anomalous lithium associated with our mapped pegmatites as well as new areas where there is potential to further extend the pegmatite targets. We are currently on-ground mapping these additional areas as we continue advancing our pegmatite discovery work ahead of the maiden drilling program”.