Reward Minerals encounters drilling difficulties for Karly potash project

By James Sean Dickson
Published: Friday, 05 December 2014

The lack of conclusiveness of its Karly drilling programme means that Reward will now have to spend more cash on proving the resource via cased boreholes. The casing should prevent brine dilution and problems with drilling through difficult media, giving more definitive results.

Reward Minerals Ltd. has completed a reverse circulation drilling programme totalling 20 holes and one cased borehole covering a distance of 2,909 metres at its Karly sulphate of potash (SOP) project in Western Australia.

Covering a strike of approximately 35km and a width of around 20km, all but one of...

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