Habanero Resources, a diversified junior firm, has declared that it has mobilized exploration crews at its Grand-Vallée north prospect.
A property-wide soil geochemical survey and geological mapping will be included in the phase I program. The company’s acreage has been significantly expanded on this prospect, as the last sampling phase has been completed. The company will be able to find the potential target area level in the property and to create high-priority drilling targets through the present phase of operations. Nine samples gathered in the final operation phase yielded values that range from 18.93% to 22.99% aluminium oxide (Al2O3).
According to Jason Gigliotti, Habanero Resources’ President, the company is delighted to have exploration crews at the Grand-Vallée North prospect, which directly shares its boundary with Orbite Aluminae’s deposit. This Grand-Valle is the company’s 2012 high-priority prospect and the management is confident that this north prospect will play an important role in the company’s future growth. Positive samples of up to 22.99% Al2O3 were encountered from the prospect during the final operations. The company is happy as it continues to expand this prospect further.
The company holds the following prospects: the Haldane silver prospect located in Yukon’s Keno Hill Silver area bordering Bellekeno property; the White Gold prospect situated in Yukon’s White Gold Region bordering Golden Saddle discovery; the Grande-Vallée North aluminous clay prospect including about 7,400 ha near Murdochville Quebec; and the Lezai multi-element prospect that contains about 55,100 adjacent acres in Quebec.