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Nickel Rock Advances BC Exploration Program

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0 Comments| September 3, 2021

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(Map via Nickel Rock Resources Inc. Click to enlarge.)


Nickel Rock Resources Inc. (TSX-V: NICL) announced on Friday that the second phase of the its initial exploration program has been completed on its Nickel exploration claims.

Located in northern British Columbia, the BC Nickel Exploration Project consists of four non-contiguous mineral claims groups held by Nickel Rock Resources Inc. through three separate agreements.

From the news release, NICL’s President and Chief Executive Officer explained that the team is pleased with the results from this initial exploration program on the Hard Nickel and Nickel 100 claim group and specifically with the work completed during phase 2 of this initial exploration program.

“So far, we have recorded some relatively high Ni readings measured via portable XRF on the Nickel S block, […] and our geological team suspects these ultramafic rocks have potential to host awaruite mineralization. This second phase of exploration includes both soil and rock sampling, technical report writing, mapping and assay work, with the remaining work to be done on trenching, geological, geochemical, and geophysical surveying. Completion of this remaining work will fulfil our flow-through exploration work program commitments for 2021.”

Recently, Nickel Rock Resources entered into an option agreement with Surge Battery Metals Inc. (TSX-V: NILI) where Surge may earn an undivided 80% interest in the Hard Nickel and Nickel 100 group of claims and will issue five million fully paid and non-assessable common shares to the NICL upon exchange approval.



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