THE DRILL SERGEANT: Kalamazoo Resources (ASX: KZR) is set to commence a combined RC and diamond drilling campaign at the company’s The Sisters gold project, located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Kalamazoo Resources has designed the approx. 4,900m RC and approx. 800m diamond drilling campaign (around 5,700m in total) for The Sisters gold project, where it has identified five high-priority drill targets via soil sampling, airborne magnetics survey and interpretation, hyperspectral imagery analysis, high resolution satellite photography and ground traverses.
Two of these, the Wattle Plains and Satirist target zones have been selected for initial drilling as soon as the final approvals are granted.
“We have now finalised our extensive targeting program for The Sisters gold project which has identified a number of highly prospective targets,” Kalamazoo Resources director Paul Adams said in the company’s announcement to the Australian Securities Exchange.
“As soon as we receive final approvals, we will look to start our maiden drilling campaign at The Sisters which we anticipate will follow our current Ashburton gold project drilling program, scheduled for completion in mid-December 2020.
“The Sisters project has always been rated very highly by us and this has been further reinforced by recent results by De Grey at its major world class gold discovery along strike at Hemi.
“We have been systematically increasing our knowledge of the area and utilising innovative technologies to assist in identifying potential drill targets.
“The recently completed geochemical soil sampling and aerial surveys have been extremely useful in prioritising drill targets in our search for a gold discovery at The Sisters.”
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