Fleet Space Tech: Launching Power Nickel's Exploration to New Heights

7 December 2023

Power Nickel Inc. (the "Company" or "Power Nickel") (TSXV: PNPN) (OTCBB: PNPNF) (Frankfurt: IVV)

Discover how Power Nickel, leveraging Fleet Space Technologies' mineral exploration technology, ExoSphere, is transforming the landscape of nickel exploration. This event will highlight the successful application of Ambient Noise Tomography (ANT) to generate actionable data in near real-time for identifying nickel targets, emphasizing the potential of these technologies to enhance drilling accuracy and reduce land disturbance. Terry Lynch, CEO of Power Nickel, will have a relaxed chat with Power Nickel Exploration VP Ken Williamson and a duo of top geoscience experts from Fleet Space to discuss how Power Nickel is using this technology to facilitate the successful exploration of the Nisk project in Namaska Quebec.

"I think this event is a must-view if you're a Power Nickel shareholder or interested in becoming one. We also welcome curious industry technical teams to learn its use in real-time. This tool is redefining how exploration can be progressed and we believe it has given us several actionable insights that should speed up the successful discovery process currently underway at Nisk."

ANT has rapidly become an essential part of the explorationist toolkit, building and complimenting historical tools like IP, Gravity, Airbourne and Downhole EM and of course the need for talented geological interpretation of the data.

Come and listen to the podcast as we reveal our success signature that we have adopted to guide our exciting next stage of exploration," commented Power Nickel CEO Terry Lynch.

"ExoSphere Ambient Noise Tomography (ANT) surveys were conducted over the Nisk Deposit and the Wildcat exploration area. The ANT survey successfully mapped changes in major lithologies including the ultramafic intrusions hosting the known mineralization in the Nisk deposit. Structural features have been identified across the study area suggesting additional complexity of the geologic history. A number of areas of interest with similar velocity profiles to the Nisk were identified and are being included in future exploration work." Bronwyn Murphy, Fleet Space Technologies' Geologist

Interested parties can register via the link on the image or by clicking the link below. If you are unable to listen live, we will be making it available via recording to members of the Power Nickel mailing list.

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Qualified Person
Kenneth Williamson, Geo, M.Sc., VP Exploration at Power Nickel, is the qualified person who has reviewed and approved the technical disclosure contained in this news release.