The Vipasca Project area includes the majority of the Vipasca permit, the entire Borneau permit and half of the Osquia permit. It is located adjacent to the Muga Project and covers approximately 100km2.
The tenement is highly prospective for economic potash mineralisation, with a primary focus on the deeper,higher grade, P1 and P2 potash horizons.
As previously reported, additional work was completed at Vipasca in 2017 which was designed to test the deeper mineralisation towards the west, beyond the north west extension of the deposit.
As a result of this work, parts of Vipasca are now deemed unlikely to yield an economic Reserve and the Company is now in a position to focus on the identified more prospective areas.
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