T2 Metals Corp. (TSX.V: TWO) is delighted to inform you that the drilling process at the Lida copper-silver project on the Walker Lane Belt in Esmeralda County, Nevada, has already begun. Mark Saxon, President and CEO, stated that the source for the charge ability anomaly identified through IP geophysics in mid-2022 is now unveiled. He also stated that Walker Lane in Nevada is one of the most sought-after and busy exploration sites in the United States for gold, silver, copper, and lithium. Saxon also promised shareholders that they would be kept updated on the drilling program as it progresses. Timberline Drilling Inc. has set up a diamond drilling rig at the initial drill site (see Figure 1) to examine the southern end of the hidden high chargeability IP anomaly. The top of the anomaly is located approximately 250m beneath the surface.
The Lida project features a sizable copper oxide and carbonate mineralization region visible in old workings. Three highly conductive IP anomalies buried underneath the surface have been identified. The geological setting and IP properties indicate the potential of skarn-style mineralization in the carbonate-rich Poleta Formation. Exploration records and observations in the field do not show any sign of the three IP targets having been drilled previously.