THE CONFERENCE CALLER: Galileo Mining (ASX: GAL) is undertaking exploration activities at the company’s Empire Rose and Yardilla South prospects in Western Australia’s highly prospective Fraser Range Belt.
Both the Empire Rose and Yardilla South prospects are well developed targets where initial shallow drilling, geophysical surveying, and geochemistry suggests potential for economic mineralisation at depths between 150m and 250m below surface.
The company is also conducting the first drilling program at the company’s Subzero prospect near Norseman, also in Western Australia.
The Resources Roadhouse spoke with Galileo Mining managing director Brad Underwood and technical director Noel O’Brien at the RIU Resources Investor Roadshow in Melbourne.
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Galileo Mining drilled six Reverse Circulation (RC) at the Subzero prospect, constituting the first drilling program focussed on testing beneath a zone of outcrop with anomalous surface copper assays.
Three holes (NRC241 to 243) were drilled on the same section to provide an understanding of the geometry and potential for mineralisation.
A further three holes (NRC244 to 246) were drilled beneath the outcrop 25 metres north and south of the drill section.
Galileo declared the drilling had intersected highly anomalous zinc and copper in all six drill holes.