More nickel in America: Talon Metals 2024 exploration plan

Scarlet Ibarra / April 3, 2024 | 12:21
Talon Commences Geophysical Program in Michigan, with Drilling Planned for May.

Talon Metals Corp., the principal owner and operator of the Tamarack Nickel-Copper-Cobalt Project in central Minnesota, along with several high-grade nickel-copper prospects in Michigan's Upper Peninsula (UP), is offering an update on its mineral exploration endeavors in both states for 2024.

This year, Talon Metals Corp. is executing an ambitious exploration plan, with significant support from the US Department of Defense (DOD). Nearly 50% of the budget, boosted by a $20.6 million grant from the DOD in November 2023, enables accelerated exploration across Minnesota and Michigan. 

The plan comprises a 30,000-meter drill program, complemented by in-house geophysics already underway. Focus areas in Minnesota include the Raptor Zone, Deep MT Target, Main Zone massive sulfide exploration, and CGO East Expansion, each offering promising opportunities for resource expansion and discovery at the Tamarack Nickel Project.

Talon, a TSX-listed base metals firm, partners with Rio Tinto on the high-grade Tamarack Nickel-Copper-Cobalt Project in central Minnesota. Its shares trade on the OTC market as TLOFF. The project spans 18km with potential beyond the current resource area. Talon aims to expand and define its high-grade nickel resource for mine planning and explore additional mineralization. It holds an agreement with Tesla to supply 75,000 metric tonnes of nickel concentrate. 

Talon also secured significant grants from the US government for exploration and infrastructure projects. With experienced teams and union agreements in place, Talon is poised for growth in the battery minerals sector.

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