Sienna hires driller for first phase of drilling in Elko County, Nevada

Sienna Resources Inc. is pleased to announce that it has contracted Alloy Drilling LLC of Elko, Nevada for the first phase of drilling expected to commence in October.

Recently, Sienna received approval from the BLM to drill up to five initial locations on its recently acquired “Elko Lithium Project” in Elko County, Nevada. This project consists of approximately 1,200 contiguous acres directly bordering Surge Battery Metals’ (NILI) “Nevada North Lithium Project” in Elko County, Nevada.

Jason Gigliotti, President of Sienna stated:  “We are very pleased to be able to put this drill program together. Alloy has a proven track record of drilling success in the area and we are looking forward to working with them on this first phase of drilling. This drill program could be a game changer for Sienna when you consider the market reaction to our neighbour, Surge Battery Metals whose shares have risen from a low of $0.065 to a recent high of $1.55 based on their drill results right beside Sienna’s property.

Recently, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has also given Sienna approval for up to four additional holes to be completed on the 100% owned Blue Clay Lithium Project in Clayton Valley, Nevada. In March, 2022, Sienna revealed a new lithium discovery on the Blue Clay Lithium Project. Lithium values as high as 1230 ppm Li were encountered. The Blue Clay Lithium Project consists of 150 contiguous claims totaling approximately 2,950 acres prospective for lithium right in the heart of the Clayton Valley in Nevada, which is currently home to the only producing lithium region in North America.