Location of regional soil grids relative to the Tucano mine sequence

Multi-element soil geochemistry identified a continuous 3.8km elevated gold trend 15km northeast of the Tucano mine operated by Great Panther Mining Limited (TSX: GPR; NYSE-A: GPL).
The Mutum sampling grid is the first of eight high-priority exploration corridors being evaluated by Great Panther this year within a 20km radius of the mine.
The mine itself comprises a 7km trend in a land package totaling 2,000km2 of the Vila Nova Greenstone Belt.
The other sampling grids are Mutum-Joseph, Lona Amarela, Eastern Mine Sequence, Janaina, Timbo, Jornal and Village Antonio. More than 500km of soil sampling and mapping have been completed at all but the last of those grids and Great Panther expects to receive all results over the next four to six months.
Drilling of new targets is planned for the fourth quarter of this year.
Meanwhile, Great Panther has also been drilling to define Measured & Indicated resources down to 70m below the pit surface at Tucano’s TAP C pit, having successfully upgraded inferred resources of the Taperaba pit (TAP AB) last year. Seventeen of the 30 holes drilled at TAP C have confirmed continuity of mineralization at depth below the pit floor, with highlights including 38m @ 2.5g/t Au from 167m.

Deja una respuesta

Tu dirección de correo electrónico no será publicada. Los campos obligatorios están marcados con *