The 10-hole reverse circulation program completed in November of 2017 was targeting the source of nickel-copper-cobalt sulphides found in the Highway deposit.
Results included 4 metres at 0.24% nickel from 108 metres and 4 metres at 0.24% nickel and 0.018% cobalt from 128 metres.
Results suggest further mineralised structures in the area
Drill results suggest further nickel-copper-cobalt mineralised mafic intrusives are in the area of the Highway deposit.
Caeneus plans to continue testing this region to identify locations where sulphides may have been concentrated using a combination of geophysical techniques and drilling.
The Pardoo project is located in a similar geological setting to that which hosts other significant Pilbara based nickel-copper occurrences such as Radio Hill and Sherlock Bay.
Arrow is currently undertaking a major aircore drilling program at the Strickland Gold Project in Western Australia covering the T8, T6, T2 and T1 prospects.
Drilling at the T8 prospect has been completed on a 400x80 metre basis over the entire 2.4-kilometre gold-in-soil anomaly.
All of the drill samples have been delivered to the assay laboratory in Perth and results from T8 are expected to be received shortly.
The major aircore program is estimated to comprise 26,000 metres of drilling.