Drilling by Ormonde confirms mine potential in Salamanca in Spain

Director says "excellent results" will substantially extend mine life and lead to stage two project

24th May, 2016
Ormonde are working at Salamanca in Spain. Pic: Pixabay

Ormonde has confirmed the potential for mineral resources found at Salamanca, Spain to be expanded and extended at depth.

The business says the current resource interpretation at Barruecopardoc onfirms the significant potential to extend tungsten mineralisation at the project.

The finding demonstrate the potential to extend the nine-year mine life at Barruecopardo substantially through the development of a stage two underground mine at the Project.

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