MAY 8, 2022 (VANCOUVER, BC) – Hybrid Minerals Inc, a private Canadian company is pleased to report that the Company has staked 19 additional claims at its CAS Cobalt project in the Idaho Cobalt Belt.
THE CAS COBALT PROJECT
ADDITIONAL CLAIMS STAKED BY HYBRID MINERALS
Hybrid Minerals Inc. has staked 19 additional claims (380 acres) that cover open ground between the Company’s CAS claim block and Scientific Metals Iron Creek Cobalt Project. The CAS project now totals 55 claims for a total of 1080 acres in total. The area that is under claim includes geologic formations and structures that host cobalt/copper/gold deposits throughout the Belt and as identified on the existing CAS claims block. Additional surface work will be done to identify exploration targets including drilling and trenching.
AEROMAGNETIC SURVEY TO COMMENCE AT CAS PROJECT
Hybrid Minerals is also pleased to report that the company has contracted
The survey will be conducted with a Bell Jet Ranger 206B helicopter using a state-of-the-art high sensitivity cesium vapor airborne magnetometer. Flight lines are oriented NW-SE, 200 meters apart with a drape of about 100 meters above the surface. A total of 466 line miles were flown. On board and ground based instrumentation were used to assure maximum accuracy of data.
Data will be processed, edited and corrected. Contour maps will then be selected to best display the magnetic data. This information will be used to outline the trend of geologic units that host and control cobalt and gold deposits within the Idaho Cobalt Belt. It will also be used to guide exploration drilling and trenching on the CAS property.
Hybrid Minerals is advancing the CAS Cobalt Project rapidly and is filing applications to retest historical drill holes for the cobalt potential of the property. Hybrid Minerals is also seeking to obtain a public company listing on the TSX-V via an RTO or similar transaction with a listed company.