Please join us in Chile July 12

Quantec will be at the Geomin Mine planning conference

Come and meet  Rob Gordon P.Eng and Leduar Ramayo from the Quantec team.

Rob will be presenting a paper on Risk mitigation at the planning stage. Stay tuned for details.

Drilling Intersects a 55.4m Sulphide
Zone at Lynn Lake Nickel Project

Success in the first drill hole testing a newly identified pipe-like
geophysical anomaly at the priority Fraser Lake Complex

Key Highlights
Innovative geophysical survey defined several pipe-like conductive bodies linking
into areas of drill-defined nickel-copper-cobalt sulphide mineralisation within the
Fraser Lake Complex at Lynn Lake.
The initial drill hole of a two-hole program testing one of these anomalies
intersected a 55.4 metres (downhole) sulphide zone on the margin of an interpreted
mafic/ultramafic intrusive pipe.
The targeted geophysical anomaly extends from near surface to at least 700 metres
below surface.
Samples have been submitted for laboratory analysis with results to be released
when available – further drilling planned, subject to results.


Corazon’s Managing Director, Mr. Brett Smith, stated: “The most significant outcome from this drilling is proving that
our new geophysical techniques can identify the targeted magmatic sulphides, as well as these late, metal-rich
ultramafic pipes.

Newly released paper discusses MT applications and implications in the Red Lake Greenstone belt following Metal Earth initiative using SPARTAN MT .

Crustal conductivity footprint of the orogenic gold district in the
Red Lake greenstone belt, western Superior craton, Canada
Ademola Q. Adetunji1, Gaetan Launay1, Ian J. Ferguson2, Jack M. Simmons1, Chong Ma1, John Ayer1 and Bruno Lafrance1
1Mineral Exploration Research Centre (MERC), Harquail School of Earth Sciences, Laurentian University, Sudbury, ON P3E2C6, Canada
2Department of Earth Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB R3T2N2, Canada

A magnetotelluric (MT) study across the Red Lake greenstone belt of the western Superior craton, Canada, images a 50-km-long north-dipping conductor (<20 Ω·m) at 20–25 km
depth and subvertical conductors spatially correlated with crustal-scale shear zones and
large orogenic gold deposits. The conductors are interpreted to be the conductivity signature
of the deep crustal source of the auriferous fluids and pathways of the orogenic gold system. The geophysical results, supported by existing geochemical and fluid inclusion studies,
suggest that the Au- and CO2-rich fluids responsible for gold mineralization were released
by devolatilization of supracrustal rocks underthrust to mid- to lower-crustal levels during
subduction. This MT study links shallow gold mineralization to a deep crustal source region,
demonstrating the connection between a crustal suture zone and the formation of orogenic
gold deposits in an Archean greenstone belt.


Quantec celebrated a great PDAC. Clients shared success stories and we met a new contingent of potential clients.

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