In a recent Investor.Coffee interview conducted by Tracy Weslosky, Ian Fraser, CEO, VP Exploration, and Director of Fathom Nickel Inc. (CSE: FNI | OTCQB: FNICF) discusses the growing interest from the market in both Fathom and nickel as a critical mineral.
Despite minor delays due to unusual weather conditions, Fathom Nickel is optimistic about their winter exploration program and the commencement of their drilling schedule. The company has initiated geophysical studies to refine their drilling targets, focusing on areas near the historic Rottenstone mine and the potential for discovering mineralization zones.
Ian also discussed the global nickel market, noting the challenges faced by junior nickel explorers in the latter part of 2023. However, he remains positive about the shift towards nickel sourced from safe jurisdictions, emphasizing the environmental issues associated with laterite nickel deposits. Ian mentioned the growing interest in Fathom Nickel’s exploration activities, bolstered by community engagement and investor inquiries. The company aims to continue spreading their story globally, leveraging the momentum from their drilling program to attract further attention. Lastly, Ian confirmed Fathom Nickel’s participation in upcoming industry events, including PDAC, highlighting the team’s proactive approach to sharing their progress and engaging with the broader mining community. To access the complete interview, click here
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About Fathom Nickel Inc.
Fathom is an exploration company that is targeting magmatic nickel sulphide discoveries to support the rapidly growing global electric vehicle market.
The Company now has a portfolio of two high-quality exploration projects located in the prolific Trans Hudson Corridor in Saskatchewan: 1) the Albert Lake Project, a 90,000+ hectare project that was host to the historic and past producing Rottenstone deposit (produced high-grade Ni-Cu+PGE, 1965-1969), and 2) the 22,000+ hectare Gochager Lake Project that is host to a historic, NI43-101 non-compliant open pit resource consisting of 4.3M tons at 0.295% Ni and 0.081% Cu2.
1 – The Saskatchewan Mineral Deposit Index (SMID#0950) Tremblay-Olson Ni-Cu Deposit or Showing.
2 – The Saskatchewan Mineral Deposit Index (SMID#0880) reports drill indicated reserves at the historic Gochager Lake Deposit of 4,262,400 tons grading 0.295% Ni and 0.081% Cu mineable by open pit. Fathom cannot confirm the resource estimate, nor the parameters and methods used to prepare the reserve estimate. The estimate is not considered NI43-101 compliant and further work is required to verify this historical drill indicated reserve.
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