Sienna completes Slättberg drill programme

Oct 18 12:10 2019 Print This Article

TSX-V-listed Sienna Resources has completed its drill programme on the Slättberg nickel/copper/cobalt project, in Sweden, with samples set to be shipped to ALS Global next week.

In 2018, Sienna intersected 13 m averaging 0.32% nickel and 0.28% copper and 0.034% cobalt and 0.32 parts per million platinum and palladium in drill hole SIE-18-005.

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