PepinNini Minerals (ASX:PNN) has revealed details of three high-priority nickel sulphide prospects identified within the company’s 100% owned Caroline Project in the central Musgrave Region of South Australia.
The prospects are located along a prominent south-east trending domain boundary and within intersections of key east-west and north-east trending structural lineaments.
PepinNini will be targeting nickel-sulphide mineralisation associated with north-west to north-east plunging mafic feeder dykes, analogous to the geological setting of the Nebo-Babel deposits that host significant Nickel-Copper mineralisation in the West Musgrave Region.
Seven discrete magnetic ‘bulls eye’ targets have been identified near intersections of major structures, which highlights the potential for chonoliths in the project.
The presence of massive sulphides within the project area will be investigated through a collaborative geological and geophysical research project with the Minerals Down Under Flagship of the CSIRO, involving the acquisition and analysis of airborne electromagnetic survey data.
The identification of robust nickel prospects within Caroline is a significant move forward for the Company’s Greenfields Musgrave Project.
These positive interpretations highlight the prospectivity of a region that has no existing airborne EM coverage and no historical exploration.
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