Inomin Mines is advancing two significant critical minerals and gold-silver discoveries. Inomin's Beaver-Lynx project, located in British Columbia, Canada, has the potential to be among the world's largest, greenest deposits of high-grade magnesium with other critical minerals: nickel, chromium, and cobalt.
Inomin’s inaugural drilling at the Beaver property resulted in a major discovery. High-grade magnesium was intersected in all drill holes including 252.1 meters grading 20.6% magnesium, 0.16% nickel, and 0.33% chromium. All drill holes ended in mineralization. The wide-spaced drill holes were situated along a 5.7-kilometer-long area, leaving the discoveries open to expansion in all directions.
The company’s La Gitana project in Mexico hosts a substantial gold-silver deposit delineated by 38 drill holes. Drill results include 133.5 meters of 1.78 g/t gold and 100.7 g/t silver starting 21 meters from surface. The deposit is open to expansion in all directions. Inomin’s nearby Pena Blanca gold-silver property is geologically similar to La Gitana with a larger mineral footprint.
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