The Apollo Lithium Project has recently reported that their summer and fall exploration program has been completed with positive results. The lithium and mineral exploration company, located in Utah, USA, is hoping that these results will lead to additional resource estimates in the near future.
The effort, which took place from June to September of this year, includes continuing geological and geophysical data. Plus, the team conducted further auger drilling surveys and collected more soil samples from the Apollo project area.
Dr. Jeffrey Etherington, the Chief Executive Officer and President of Apollo, stated that the successful completion of the program bodes well for future exploration and development of the project area. The exploration team was able to collect more data from the area to better understand the mineralogy and structures.
Furthermore, following the drilling, the team was also able to collect some of the core samples. These samples will be taken to a lab to be further studied. This in turn will help the Apollo team to find out more about the minerals present in the area.
Dr. Etherington also praised the work of the team members, stating that the results of the program would not have been possible without their hard work and commitment. He also looks forward to further analysis of the data and samples that have been collected.
The success of the summer and fall exploration program is promising news for Apollo Lithium Project. The results of the exploration and analysis will help to pave the way for further development of the project. We look forward to seeing what Apollo achieves in the near future.