The targets are large bured gravity and induced polarisation (IP) anomalies detected in recent exploration work.
Three of the targets are considered very large with length of 3 kilometres, 2 kilometres and 1.4 kilometres.
Drilling is partially funded under the Western Australian Government Exploration Incentive Scheme.
Before drilling can start a Programme of Work must be approved and heritage clearance received.
Drill target is a potential meteorite impact structure
Strategic Element’s managing director Charles Murphy said: “It’s a high-risk, high-reward project however with EIS grant funding and R&D rebates we have structured it to be as cost effective as anyone could make it.
“The project fits squarely with our focus on highly innovative ventures seeking very large scale upside.
Minerals exploration, artificial intelligence, nanocube technology
“To say there is a lot happening across our three main projects (drilling at Behemoth, AI and robotics in Stealth Technologies and the Nanocube Printed Memory) is an understatement.
“Our various project teams are being challenged and I am certainly very pleased with the commitment and results starting to flow.”