Vancouver Company Lands Ni-Cu-Co Rich Sulfide Mineralization in Sweden

Slattberg is Sienna Resource’s project in Bergslagen, Sweden, it is a historic site home to 16 old mines. Drilling has begun, showing nickel-copper-cobalt rich sulfide mineralization. One of the 2.8 m drill holes showed 1.05% Ni; 1125 ppm Co; 0.79% Cu; 0.45 ppm Pd and Pt; the Slattberg project covers over 12.7 thousand acres. Sienna wants to become a primary player in the battery metals supply chain, which includes the metals found in Slattberg: cobalt, copper, and nickel. Sienna has another project in Nevada, the Clayton Valley Deep Basin Lithium Brine Project, conveniently located a few hundred miles from Tesla’s Gigafactory.

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