M2 Cobalt (CVE:MC)
M2 Cobalt (CVE:MC) has provided an update on exploration at its Bujagali licences in Central Uganda. The regional targets that were previously announced as part of the systematic phase one exploration programme have now been expanded through further infill sampling while additional targets have also been discovered in the new licenses.
To date the company has received results for 12,116 soil and 1,347 rock samples at Bujagali. Results in Els 1665 and 1683 have yielded five discrete targets with up to 1.25% Co and 1.2% Cu soil anomalies. At EL 1666 three discrete anomalies have been identified with up to 1% Cu, 0.5% Ni and 0.68% Co. There are three further targets at EL 1682 and EL 1686 which require further sampling although so far have yielded up to 0.28% Cu and 0.48% Co as well as 0.1% Cu respectively in rock grab samples.
Most recently exploration in the newly acquired EL 1827 limited sampling has already returned results of 0.65% Co and 0.18% Cu along strike from the Waraji and Nile targets. The additional anomalies in the expanded license area as well as the expansion of known targets is providing greater weight to the view that M2 are exploring a regional Katanga style play with significant exploration upside potential. The discoveries lie on a regional trend and whilst drilling is underway at the Bombo target, also within the Bujagali licenses, M2 will carry out IP surveys to finalise drill targeting before the rig moves to drill Nile and Waraji.
We reiterate our Speculative Buy recommendation.