The Shaw Dome, accessible by road and only 25 km southeast of Timmins, Ontario. In addition to extensive historic production, the Shaw Dome hosts the Langmuir W4 deposit. Langmuir is 7 km by road from the Redstone Mill which has a capacity of 2,000 tonnes/day. EVNi’s land package now spreads across more than 30,000 hectares and includes more than 100km of favourable strike length,
The Shaw Dome hosts Kambalda style nickel sulfide mineralization, occurring in ultramafic and mafic flows and sills, favourable for hosting nickel, copper and platinum group mineralization (PGM).
Airborne geophysics have been flown over the entire property and more than 20 separate clusters of airborne EM anomalies were identified.
The Langmuir W4 Nickel deposit was discovered by drilling one of the anomalies in one of the clusters in early 2007 and a 43-101 resource was reported in 2010 with approximately 15M lbs of Indicated Nickel in the historic estimate, with high-grade 1% Nickel.
High Grade, Critical Metal
Initial Resource contains a high nickel grade, close to the surface
W4 mineralization entends up and down trend and is open at depth. The full package is over 30,000 hectares with more than 100km of strike to explore.
Easy access to Timmins – an established mining camp plus clean, hydropower.