Kisinka Copper-Cobalt Project - Field Programme Completed

African Battery Metals plc (LON:ABM) the AIM listed battery metal exploration and development company is pleased to announce an update regarding exploration activities at the Company’s Kisinka Copper-Cobalt project (“Kisinka” or the “Project”) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (“DRC”).

Project Background:

After completion of refinancing activities earlier this year the recommencement of exploration activities at Kisinka was announced by the Company on 12 April 2019 and can be viewed through the following link:

https://www.abmplc.com/n/n99/kisinka-copper-cobalt-project-exploration-commences

An interim update on Kisinka field operations was provided by the Company on 2 May 2019 and can be viewed through the following link:

https://www.abmplc.com/n/n100/kisinka-copper-cobalt-project-operational-update

Kisinka field operations have now completed and the key points from the field programme and the next steps are outlined below.

Latest Highlights:

  • 2 field geologists, 5 field technicians, 2 logistical support staff and 14 casual labourers were deployed from a temporary field camp at the Company’s Kisinka project;
  • A total of 663 termite mound samples, excluding samples collected for QA/QC purposes, were collected over 3 weeks on a grid covering the whole license area, and field activities concluded on Friday 11th May;
  • Sample preparation is being carried out and is scheduled to complete shortly after which XRF analysis (x-ray fluorescence spectrometry) will be carried out to identify anomalous levels of copper and cobalt;
  • Further reports to market will be provided as results become available and allowing for analysis by the Company’s technical team.

Paul Johnson, Executive Director of African Battery Metals commented: “Our team coped well with difficult on-site logistics as grass levels remained high after late rains, and we recruited additional casual support staff to ensure timely completion of the field phase of activities.

This initial programme has been carried out with speed and efficiency and bodes well for our ability to operate effectively in the DRC. We look forward to reporting results as these become available.”

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17 May 2019

 
 
 

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