Sky Metals Limited (SKY), an Australian mining company, recently released its Q1 2023 activities highlighting promising developments at its Tallebung and Doradilla Tin Projects.  
The Tallebung Tin Project, which is situated 70km northwest of Condobolin, central New South Wales, has shown significant potential for growth from its maiden Inferred Mineral Resource Estimate (MRE) of 10.2 Mt at 0.18% tin, for 18.4 kt of contained tin. Exceptional results from the first of two diamond-drilled holes have identified an exploration target that indicates significant potential for MRE growth. In addition, the application of TOMRA XRT Ore sorting technology has shown the capacity to upgrade tin grades more than threefold, substantially enhancing the project’s efficiency and profitability.  
In Q1 2023, SKY also advanced its Doradilla Tin Project, located 45km southeast of Bourke in western New South Wales, through detailed geological mapping and rock-chip sampling. While still in the early development stages, tin mineralisation has been discovered within the project area, warranting further analysis to ascertain its full potential. 
Moving forward, SKY intends to pursue exploration work on both projects. At Tallebung, the company will undertake further drilling, including 10-20 RC holes and additional diamond drilling, to expand the Inferred MRE. Meanwhile, the Doradilla Tin Project will see soil sampling and other programs conducted to delineate future drill targets and guide exploration efforts. 
Our View: It is encouraging to see that Sky Metals’ recent activities demonstrate the commitment to advancing its tin projects within Australia and exploring new opportunities. With planned improvements, along with additional drilling and assessments, the Tallebung Tin Project will be in a good position to potentially expand on its promising MRE and continue to grow.