- Global commences drilling at its flagship Tokop gold project in Nevada.
- Up to twenty 200m-deep RC holes will be drilled targeting shallow oxide gold mineralisation.
- Previous intersections include:
– 12m at 2.5g/t Au, 10g/t Ag in hole TKH3
– 19m at 1.3g/t Au, 5g/t Ag in hole TKH5
– 27m at 0.8g/t Au, 9g/t Ag in hole TKH1
– 18m at 1.9g/t Au in a trench
- Results from first 10 holes expected within three to four weeks.
- Tokop is 100% owned/optioned by Global.
Australian exploration company, Global Geoscience Ltd (“Global”) (ASX: GSC), today announced it has commenced drilling at its 100%- owned Tokop gold discovery in Nevada, USA.
Global will drill up to twenty reverse circulation (“RC”) holes for a total of approximately 4000m. Results for the first ten holes are expected within three to four weeks.
The drill program is targeting shallow (<200m deep), oxide gold mineralisation.
“We are very excited to have the drill rig back out at Tokop after the very promising results from the discovery program in late 2013,” Global Geoscience Managing Director, Mr Bernard Rowe, said today.
“We know that Tokop is a large gold-mineralised system and this program aims to test for thickness, grade and continuity of the mineralisation intersected in previous wide-spaced drill holes and surface trenches”, he said.
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