A reinterpretation of the geophysics results and review of the company geochemistry and geology databases has highlighted there there are multiple IOCG targets, as well potential for magmatic nickel and rare earth elements related to potential carbonatite intrusives.
CGN considers four potential deposit
IOCG-style supported by pathfinder minerals present in supergene zone and geophysical signatures aligned with IOCG in favourable structural settings (Targets - Tantor, Surus, Snorky and Horton).
Orthomagmatic nickel supported by very high nickel results in some cases, over 1% elemental nickel grades adjacent to sill-like magnetic features (Target Shep)
REE mineralisation in alkaline magmatic intrusive rocks - kimberlites and/or carbonatites with highly anomalous REE values over 37m in RC drilling (Target Hathi)
Diamondiferous kimberlites supported by recovered microdiamonds from loam samples in vicinity of kimberlite pipes (230 kimberlites remain to be tested)