Uranex identifies conductive zones at Nachu graphite project in Tanzania

Australia-based exploration company Uranex has identified large zones of high conductive areas by performing electromagnetic surveying at its wholly owned Nachu graphite project in South East Tanzania.

The electromagnetic survey has been carried out at approximately 90 line km on selected parts of the Nachu tenement, representing approximately 58% of the mineralization area represented by the outcrop sampling.

Exploration involved surface sampling, surface mapping and sample analysis as well as trenching in areas where there was known graphitic mineralization in outcrops.

This month, the company is planning to conduct further trenching, to test the extent of any mineralization across the areas of high conductivity, as well as drilling to confirm the depth of any mineralization of the prospective conductor areas.

The mineralogical examination of samples has revealed large flake sizes of graphite in the schists while the multi-element analyses which have been completed till date have reported no deleterious elements.
Source: Daily News, reported from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
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