The promising prospects of Fathom Nickel’s Saskatchewan critical mineral projects


In an interview with Tracy Weslosky from InvestorIntel, Ian Fraser, P.Geo, CEO, VP Exploration and Director of Fathom Nickel Inc. (CSE: FNI | OTCQB: FNICF), discussed the promising prospects of their two key nickel projects located in Saskatchewan, Canada. The Albert Lake project and the Gochager Lake project are seen as equal opportunities in terms of potential grade.

Fraser detailed ongoing geophysics work at the Gochager Lake project where the recent BHEM surveys yielded positive results. The current activity marks the second round of Borehole Electromagnetic (BHEM) methods, following some “remarkable responses” during their first drilling. Fathom Nickel is now deploying an advanced level of equipment and methodology to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the geometry of the massive and semi-massive sulfide lenses detected in the drill holes.

The CEO also underscored the strategic value of operating in Saskatchewan, a province consistently ranked by the Fraser Institute among the top three jurisdictions globally for exploration. The province is underexplored for nickel, copper, and platinum group elements (PGEs), opening up exciting opportunities for Fathom Nickel.

Lastly, Fraser emphasized that Fathom Nickel is actively looking to capitalize on the benefits of investing in the critical minerals sector. The company’s vision is to demonstrate the potential of their projects to develop into significant nickel camps akin to those like Thompson in Manitoba and the Ragland Belt in northern Quebec.

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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 Gochager Lake Project hectare 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.

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