Increasing Signs of a Major Discovery on the Horizon
ZURICH, SWITZERLAND / ACCESSWIRE / April 12, 2018 / Today, Saville Resources Inc. (TSX.V: SRE; Frankfurt: S0J) released astonishing assay results of a recent prospecting and sampling program from the Miranna Area of the Niobium Claim Group Property in Québec, which was recently optioned from Commerce Resources Corp. (TSX.V:CCE; Frankfurt: D7H).
Extremely high-grade niobium was sampled in numerous well-mineralized boulders, which also contain high grades of tantalum (Ta2O5) and phosphorus (P2O5). Phosphates are common in some of the world‘s largest and highest-grade niobium mines, such as Araxa and Catalao in Brazil. The Niobec Mine in Québec is a pyrochlore mine with no tantalum of any significance, as being the case with Araxa and Catalao (see here). These 3 mines alone are responsible for global niobium supply.
Thus, Saville‘s property is demonstrating great potential to host a niobium-rich pyrochlore deposit with significant by-product credits from phosphates and tantalum. This high-grade trio of mineral assemblage – niobium, phosphate and tantalum – makes Saville‘s property even more attractive to search for the source of those numerous, strikingly well-mineralized boulders.
The full report can be accessed with the following links:
English (PDF): http://rockstone-research.com/images/PDF/Saville4en.pdf
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SOURCE: Rockstone Research