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Phillip Thomas, BSc Geol, MBusM, MAIG, MAIMVA, (CMV), a Qualified Person as defined under NI-43-101 regulations, has reviewed the technical information that forms the basis for portions of this news release, and has approved the disclosure herein. Since forward-looking statements address future events and conditions, by their very nature they involve inherent risks and uncertainties.
VANCOUVER , April 20, 2018 /CNW/ - A.I.S. Resources Limited (TSX-V - AIS)(AISSF) (the "Company" or "AIS") is pleased to announce it has engaged Hidrotec SRL of Salta, Argentina to complete up to eight diamond drill holes for a total of 2,300 meters across all four tenements at its Chiron project in the Pocitos Salar. This upcoming drill campaign will enable the Company to outline an initial maiden resource at Chiron after a pump test has been completed.
Chiron appears to be the preferred area in the salar for brine saturated sequences, based on geophysics data interpretation. This upcoming drill campaign will enable the Company to outline an initial maiden resource at Chiron after a pump test has been completed.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Mar. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- A.I.S. Resources Limited (TSX-V – AIS, OTCQB: AISSF) (the "Company" or "AIS") is pleased to announce final interpretation of geophysics at Chiron. The TEM (transient electromagnetic survey) testing has detected substantial aquifers over a broad area at its Chiron Project in the Pocitos Salar, Salta Province, Argentina.
- Low resistivity sequences interpreted as aquifers have been detected in what correlates to sand-rich units at depths of 10 meters, 20 meters and 100 meters at each of AIS's four Chiron concessions. - Chiron appears to be the preferred area in the salar for brine saturated sequences, based on seismic data, and will be drill tested shortly (in February) with an 8-hole, 3,200-meter drill program.