RADIOMETRIC ANOMALIES IDENTIFIED AT MAX POWER’S CORVETTE LAKE NORTH LITHIUM PROPERTY
VANCOUVER, Canada (June 27, 2023) – MAX Power Mining Corp. (CSE: MAXX; OTC: MAXXF; FRANKFURT: 89N) (“MAX Power” or the “Company”) has identified multiple radiometric anomalies from preliminary airborne survey data covering approximately two-thirds of its Corvette Lake North Lithium Property to date. Corvette Lake North is adjacent to Patriot Battery Metals’ Corvette Property, 5 km south of PMET’s CV-5 discovery, in Quebec’s James Bay Lithium Camp (refer to Figure 1).
The first high resolution heliborne radiometric and magnetic survey ever flown over the 67 sq. km Corvette Lake North Property was launched last week and a total of 1,017 line kilometers has been completed. Interruptions can be expected due to the forest fire situation in the region.
Preliminary Geophysical Anomalies at Corvette North:
- Preliminary radiometric and magnetic survey results at Corvette Lake North show a strong radiometric anomaly located at the ridge at the shoreline of Lac Corvette (“Shoreline Zone”);
- Additional anomalies have been identified to the west and north of the Shoreline Zone, most coincident with locally higher topography;
- Several anomalies have been identified at “breaks” in the magnetic signal or in magnetic lows, a type of signature that has been observed over known pegmatite dykes elsewhere in the James Bay Lithium Camp.
Prospectair Geosurveys of Gatineau, Quebec, is carrying out the airborne survey which is acquiring detailed information on Corvette Lake North using 50-metre line spacing. The tight line spacing is an important factor in interpreting structures and rock formations, especially where rocks are not outcropping.
The airborne survey is also scheduled to be carried out at Corvette Lake South for a total of 2,257-line-kilometers over both properties.
Figure 1: Location Map
Management cautions that mineralization hosted on adjacent and/or nearby properties is not necessarily indicative of the presence of similar mineralization or geology on the Company’s properties.
The technical information in this news release has been reviewed and approved by Peter Lauder, P.Geo., Member of the Order of Geologists of Quebec and Senior Geologist and Exploration Manager for MAX Power Mining Corp. Mr. Lauder is the Qualified Person responsible for the scientific and technical information contained herein under National Instrument 43-101 standards.
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