Li-FT Power Ltd. (TSXV: LIFT) has announced significant lithium oxide intersections at its Yellowknife Lithium Project in the Northwest Territories. Highlighting YLP-0117 with a 26 m interval at 1.56% Li2O, the BIG East pegmatite demonstrates the project’s potential.
Yellowknife Lithium Project Drill Results
Drilling at the Yellowknife Project revealed promising spodumene mineralization across several pegmatites. Among the notable results, YLP-0129 yielded an 18 m interval at 0.95% Li2O, inclusive of higher-grade subintervals at the BIG East pegmatite.
Highlights from the BIG East Pegmatite
Analyses from drilling at the BIG East pegmatite show a consistent presence of economically viable lithium oxide. Echo and Shorty pegmatite complexes have also demonstrated positive results, with Echo’s YLP-0128 intersecting a 10 m at 1.24% Li2O.
Exploring the Shorty and BIG West Pegmatites
Drill holes YLP-0119 and YLP-0126 at the Shorty pegmatite showed intervals of significant lithium grading, extending the known mineralization. Initial results from the BIG West pegmatite, with holes YLP-0131 and YLP-0132, indicate the potential for further exploration and resource expansion.
The ongoing exploration efforts display Li-FT Power Ltd.’s commitment to progressing its Yellowknife Lithium Project. With drilling completed and results from numerous holes pending, the company continues to evaluate the project’s potential.
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