Greatland Gold plc, the precious and base metals exploration and development company, has announced that its 2019 exploration programme in the Paterson region has commenced with a high powered, deep sensing Induced Polarisation (IP) survey at their Black Hills licence in Western Australia.
Greatland has also announced plans for its maiden drilling campaign at Black Hills which is expected to commence in early June.
- High powered, deep sensing IP survey has commenced at Black Hills, seeking to extend the strike length of the chargeability anomaly identified by the IP survey conducted in 2018.
- Data from the current IP programme, and from additional field mapping work which is currently underway, will be used to refine drill targeting for the upcoming campaign.
- Campaign will include more than 20 reverse circulation drill holes to depths of up to 300m for approximately 6 000m of drilling.
Gervaise Heddle, Chief Executive Officer, commented: “The high powered, deep penetrating IP survey at Black Hills is designed to test whether the large, chargeability anomaly that was previously identified over 1 000m of strike, and which is spatially coincident with gold mineralisation identified at surface, continues further to the south-east. We intend to immediately follow up this survey by commencing Greatland’s first drilling campaign at Black Hills in early June.”
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/exploration-development/08052019/greatland-commences-field-exploration-campaign-at-black-hills/
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