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Quest Critical Metals Updates Progress on Klingenthal/Tisova Project Exploration Efforts

Quest Critical Metals Inc. updated its shareholders on the work carried out on its Klingenthal/Tisova project that is now drill ready.

Recent work was carried out as part of the EU Horizon funded Exploration Information Systems Project. This included a full mineralogical characterization of the VMS sulphidic ore, altered host rocks and hydrothermal veins, as well as identification of three main evolution stages of ores. This was presented at the 27th ECROFY meetings (2-6 July 2023, Reykjavík, Iceland).

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In addition, further work has been undertaken on the interpretation of the 2018 geophysical magnetics and 3d IP survey, and its integration into both historical and new data/work. This work, in conjunction with work carried out as part of the EIS Project, has further refined the drill targets. It has also provided a new horizontal section of the interpretation that clearly shows the horizontal horizons (confirmed by drilling in 2017) and the key, and untested, primary drill target.

James Newall, CEO of Quest Critical Metals commented, “As we move towards our 2024 drilling campaign at Klingenthal/Tisova it is important to update and confirm our drill targets combining the historical data with the 2018 geophysics and the work conducted more recently, including as part of the EIS Project. Not only have we confirmed our initial targets, but the new horizontal section of the geophysical interpretation highlights both the undrilled VMS target and the known horizontal horizons.”


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