Bradda Head present drilling results from its Burro Creek East lithium project in Arizona
Bradda Head Holdings Limited’s chief executive Charles FitzRoy joins Proactive London to talk through their positive drilling results from its Burro Creek East lithium project in Arizona.
Assay results from the first twinned holes (BCE21-01 and BCE21-02) at the Burro Creek East deposit show the potential for higher lithium grades in the Upper Clay Zone versus a 2018 drilling programme.
FitzRoy points out that the assay results from the completed portion of a second twinned hole (BCE21-02) showed a 14% increase in grade in the top part of the Upper Clay Zone over the same depth profile, with the highest grade recorded 1,840 parts per million (ppm) over 1.2 metres.
He also explains why mechanical issues with the drill rig meant that hole BCE21-02 was terminated earlier than planned and before reaching the depth of the previous 2018 Reverse Circulation (RC) hole.