Artemis identifies high-grade cobalt zones at Carlow Castle

Core photo of ore zone at Carlow Castle prior to being cut and sampled

Diversified explorer Artemis Resources has returned high-grade RC drilling results from the Carlow Castle copper-cobalt-gold project in the Pilbara, Western Australia.

The project covers three deposits: Carlow Castle South, Quod Est and Carlow Castle South East. The drilling is intended to join the three deposits into one larger resource.

A new high-grade cobalt zone was identified within the project’s Quod Est area, returning a peak grade at hole ARC 186 of 2m at 9.02 g/t of gold and 2.42 per cent cobalt, and 17m at 0.05 per cent copper from 88m.

Carlow Castle South East also returned particularly strong results, including a gold peak of 7m at 10.65 g/t, cobalt peak of 3m at 1.04 per cent, and copper peak of 3m at 5.95 per cent across different holes.

Commenting, Artemis chief executive officer Wayne Bramwell said, “The latest drilling to the east of Quod Est has identified another high value zone of gold and cobalt mineralisation at Carlow Castle.

“The ARC 168 results and the strong hits across the eastern end of Carlow continue to support our view that a much larger system exists.”

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