Lancaster Resources has been granted administrative approval to begin their maiden drill program in the Clermont region, located in Central Queensland, Australia. This approval marks a critical milestone for the company, which seeks to explore the mineral potential of the district.
The program, approved by the Queensland Government, will involve the acquisition of additional geology and geophysical data to better understand the structure and lithology of the prospective area. This data will be used to evaluate the integration of the key regional geological features with the historical exploration results.
Additionally, the program includes the implementation of several diamond drill recovery holes. These holes will provide ideal access to the significant target structures in the central portion of the company’s Clermont tenure.
This drill program is a key step in the evaluation of the mineral potential of Lancaster Resources’ tenements. The results obtained from exploration to date have been encouraging, and the upcoming drill program will be a critical point in the ongoing assessment of the district.
Lancaster Resources is a mineral exploration company based in Australia. It is focused on the rigorous assessment of mineral projects throughout the Australia-Pacific region. The company’s current projects include its Clermont, Redstone, and WAsherton projects in Central Queensland; the Lundqyen project in South Australia; and the Mancova project in New South Wales.
This project is an exciting one for Lancaster Resources. With the approval of the drill program, the company can move forward with exploring the large, underexplored district of Clermont and evaluating its mineral potential. There is a lot of potential for discoveries in the region, and Lancaster Resources is well-positioned to take full advantage of this opportunity.