Emu NL has tabled anomalous rare earths results in 33 of 34 air-core (AC) holes sunk at the company’s Condingup project near Esperance, with assays as high as 2513 parts per million total rare earth oxides (TREO).
The company’s latest assay highlights show solid wide intercepts, with a 42m hit grading 1105ppm TREO from 68m, 36m going 1578ppm TREO from 72m and 28m at 1092ppm TREO from 72m. The peak assay of 4m reading 2513ppm TREO from 64m was contained within an 8m section at 2067ppm TREO from 64m.
High-grade results of more than 750ppm TREO were recorded in 67 per cent of the holes drilled. Management says its first-phase AC campaign demonstrated continuity of grade and thickness through multiple kilometres with mineralised lenses running from 6km to 8kms in length.