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The Next “Low-Cost Nickel Producer in the USA”?

Stockhouse Editorial
0 Comments| October 19, 2020

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Base metals Company Talon Metals Corp. (TSX: TLO, OTC Pink: TLOFF, Forum) was featured in the the Q3 2020 review issue of Benchmark Mineral Intelligence news feature “Musk’s Green Nickel Crusade”, looking at the Company’s Tamarack Project, located in Minnesota. Dubbed “The last piece of an integrated USA battery supply chain puzzle”, TLO believes that nickel should be produced in an environmentally friendly and socially responsible way. “It means that from mine to battery, every step is carefully controlled.”

Within the United States today, it has been reported that there is currently only one operating nickel mine – the Eagle Mine, in Michigan, USA, which is expected to be mined out in 2025. Talon Metals has indicated that within the USA, they are currently the only undeveloped high-grade nickel sulphide project within the USA. This puts Talon in a very unique position, where it can become the principal source for a domestic EV supply chain, to the extent nickel is to be sourced from within the USA. Talon Metals is partners with Rio Tinto on the project, and is currently undertaking a drilling program at its Tamarack Project, with the main goal of expanding its existing resource.

Talon is currently drilling the first of six high priority exploration targets with the objective of significantly expanding the Company’s present resource. Focussed on a trend of approximately 675 meters, the trend parallels the Coarse-Grained Orthocumulate mineralization, which extends to the north-east beyond the Company's current resource area. One drill hole intersected massive and mixed massive sulphides of 2.2 meters at 1.75% Ni, 0.89% Cu, 0.06% Co, 0.31 g/t PGE's + 0.12g/t Au, starting at 117.72 meters (2.26% NiEq[1] or 6.02% CuEq[2]).



(Plan view map of the CGO East mineralization. The solid blue line shows the potential extent of the sulphide mineralization in the area. The dashed red line represents the approximate trend of the basal massive sulphides in the area. Image via Talon Metals Corp. Click to enlarge.)

To find out more, visit talonmetals.com.


FULL DISCLOSURE: Talon Metals Corp. is a client of Stockhouse Publishing.



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