Lithium Drilling Starts at Lake Johnston

Less than 200km from Kal

Lithium Drilling Starts at Lake Johnston Supplied

Drilling for Lithium has commenced at Lake Johnston with a project 190 odd kilometers from Kalgoorlie Boulder. 

Poseidon Nickel Limited has this morning announced that drilling has commenced at the Medusa Lithium Project. The drilling will initially map out the site and look for targets then be followed up with infill drilling. This will be undertaken by Core Drilling Services.  

A specialised rubber track mounted RC rig has been engaged to minimise the drill rigs environmental footprint and to navigate the hilly-rocky terrain at Medusa. 

Poseidon Nickel Chief Operating Officer, Mr Michael Rodriguez said, “The Lake Johnston Medusa Lithium Project lies in a highly prospective area with several ASX listed companies already exploring for and developing lithium mines in the region. The commencement of 4,000m of RC drilling at Medusa is a key milestone for the Company following significant works completed to date, leading up to this maiden lithium drilling program. With the Lake Johnston concentrator and mill located only 6km from Medusa, Poseidon will be able to fast-track production should an economic lithium deposit be defined.” 

With assistance - AAP