Holmasjön Prospektering AB has made a work program for Kleva No 3. The work program consists of an electric I.P. survey on Kleva to investigate if the I.P. anomaly on the eastern part of exploration permit Holmasjön continue to Kleva Mine.
I.P. survey on exploration permit Holmasjön No 1 identified in 2014 an anomaly on the border between Holmasjön and Kleva. The company could not continue on Kleva since another company had exploration permit on Kleva mine. Within Holmasjön No 1 the I.P. anomaly was 200 meter long and when interpretated the anomaly got stronger eastward toward Kleva mine.
Holmasjön Prospektering AB intend during the fall of 2021 to follow up this anomaly eastward toward Kleva mine. The direction of the anomaly indicates that it is possible that the anomaly continues to Kleva mine which would make the anomaly 800 metres long and up to 100 metres wide.
CEO Carl-Adam Anderssons comment
” It will be exciting to follow up this anomaly and investigate if it continues to Kleva mine. If the anomaly continues to the mine this would be great news since 0,75% copper, 2-3% nickel and 0,2% cobalt was broken in Kleva mine.”
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