Vital Battery Metals taps CMG for future activities at Sting 

Vital Battery Metals has entered into an agreement to engage Coast Mountain Geological (CMG) for management and ongoing geological services of future exploration activities at its Sting copper project in western Newfoundland, Canada. 

CMG offers a full range of services, including highly diversified international expertise to all aspects of the mineral exploration and geotechnical process. For over 30 years, the firm has provided worldwide geological services to clients with a team of geoscience enthusiasts led by a balanced mix of youthful and seasoned industry professionals. 

“Between our pre-existing relationship and their strong track record in leading exploration and drill programs, it is an easy decision for us to partner with CMG for our future work programs at the Sting copper project,” said Adrian Lamoureux, CEO and president of Vital.

“We were very pleased with our recent assay results of grab samples and look forward to further exploring the area, as we believe there to be significant potential in the area.”

The assay results of grab samples at Sting, which is located in York Harbour, included 17% Cu, 11.6% Cu, 14.2% Cu and 13.9% Cu, with gold values also ranging from 79-4,105 ppb, as well as 181-325 ppb. 

Besides the Sting project, Vital Battery Metals also owns the Schofield lithium project in Ontario and the Vent copper-gold project in British Columbia. 

Source: Vital Battery Metals

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