Canadian-based resource company Rock Tech Lithium has reported wider graphite mineralization from its two drill holes at its Lochaber graphite project in Quebec, Canada.
The company has tested drill holes for graphite mineralization along electromagnetic conductor C.
It intersected 134.97meters of graphitic carbon (Cg) at the first drill hole PB-12-06 in three intersections with grades ranging from 1.66% Cg to 3.22% Cg that also includes 111 meters at 3.22% Cg, 13 meters at 1.66% Cg, and 10.97 meters at 2.50% Cg.
Also, the second drill hole PB-12-07 intersected 57.58 meters of Cg in four intersections with grades ranging from 1.92% Cg to 5.13% Cg, including 25.66 meters at 3.16% Cg, 9.32 meters at 2.30% Cg; 8 meters at 5.13% Cg, and 14.60 meters at 1.92% Cg.
Rock Tech exploration vice president and interim CEO stated that the wider graphite mineralization reflects the underlying geological trend of conductor C.
"Furthermore, the wider than previously thought intersections will have a positive impact on our resource model and the planned resource estimate," added Pirzada.