US Gold Corp., a gold exploration and development company, has announced that two new technical updates for the Keystone project have been uploaded to their website.
Ken Coleman, US Gold Corp.'s Keystone Project Geologist, has recently completed an updated Keystone Technical Presentation. This analysis is a follow-up to the previous December 2017 Keystone Technical Presentation. The report can be viewed at: https://www.usgoldcorp.gold/Keystone-Technical-Update-2019
Ken Coleman commented: "A tremendous amount of work has been done by US Gold Corp. over the last three years to advance the Keystone project to its current state. Keystone is a large, district scale project of 20 square miles and several areas of the project have never had any prior systematic, model driven exploration efforts. We are now at the point where we have specific discovery targets identified. These targets are the culmination of the all the work done over the last three years including mapping, geophysics, geochemistry, permitting and scout hole drilling. Our 6 June 2019 press release outlined our proposed 2019 Keystone drilling plans and this presentation expands upon the geological reasoning for these targets."
In addition, US Gold Corp. is pleased to announce it has received an updated report from Thomas Chapin. Chaplin has been US Gold Corp.'s Senior Consulting Geologist and has worked diligently over the last three years mapping the entire Keystone district. Tom's updated report 'Keystone Mapping Report 2019' is available at: https://www.usgoldcorp.gold/Thomas-Chapin-Keystone-Mapping-2019
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/mining/09072019/us-gold-corp-shares-technical-updates-for-its-keystone-project/
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