Blue Thunder Mining Inc. commenced an induced polarization (IP) geophysical survey at its wholly-owned Muus property located in the Chibougamau-Chapais region of northern Québec.
GEOSIG Inc. has been retained to implement the IP program, which is anticipated to be completed by the end of April 2022. The IP program will comprise 32 total line-kilometres of ground IP surveys focused on three important and recently identified targets in the Lac Bernard, Lac Caopatina and Lac Irène areas. Data from these surveys will help improve the understanding of these prospective areas and should bring them to a “drill-ready” stage.
“We have been looking forward to the start-up of our winter IP program, and the continuation of our Max-Min ground geophysics survey. The incorporation of data from our recent field work into the latest geological interpretation clearly demonstrates the high potential of several newly defined target areas. We could not be more optimistic about the strong exploration potential these targets present. We are aggressively following up on the most prospective targets to better define our next drilling program,” Jean-François Métail, President of Blue Thunder commented.
Blue Thunder (TSXV: BLUE) is a gold exploration company that controls 100% of a large land position near Chibougamau, Québec. The Muus Project covers approximately 51,000 hectares in five separate blocks of prospective ground in the eastern part of the Abitibi Greenstone Belt. The Project is considered particularly prospective for gold mineralization, as a series of prominent ductile and brittle fault‐sets transect the property, including the Guercheville and Fancamp deformation zones, both of which are associated with numerous past and currently producing precious‐ and base‐metal mines in the District.