Collective Metals Inc. (CSE: COMT | OTC: CLLMF | FSE: TO1) has unveiled promising results from its flagship Princeton Project’s Lamont Ridge target area. In 2023, the Phase II soil geochemical survey confirmed four prospects with promising copper, molybdenum, and gold anomalies.
Lamont Ridge-Findlay Corridor: A Hub of Porphyry Copper Potential
The corridor showcases diverse geological features signaling a rich copper deposit. Key findings include potassic and propylitic alteration, diorite intrusions, and significant copper soil geochemical results.
2023 Survey Results and Future Plans
The 2023 soil sampling unveiled high-grade copper and gold. The company plans IP surveys in 2024 to further delineate drill targets.
Rick Walker, P. Geo., endorsed the findings, emphasizing the project’s adherence to NI 43-101 standards.
Collective Metals aims to exploit the full potential of the Princeton Property by advancing exploration on multiple targets, including the forthcoming IP surveys.
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