Highlight results include:
• 44 metres at 1.37 g/t gold from 33 metres including 5 metres at 2.36 g/t gold from 33 metres;
• 25 metres at 2.50 g/t gold from 65 metres including 4 metres at 5.03 g/t gold from 68 metres; and
• 5 metres at 4.85 g/t gold from 31 metres.
Oklo managing director Simon Taylor said: “Results from the phase II drill program have elevated the Dandoko Gold corridor to a district scale discovery with significant gold mineralisation now confirmed to the North (Dabia) and South (Sory) of Seko.
“This good news builds momentum for a possible regional scale gold camp with the recent identification of the Kouroufing gold corridor providing a second district scale prospect for the company.
“Compilation of these new and previously announced results are being finalised and we hope to be able to mobilise in mid to late October with a new drill program, following the end of the wet season.”
Oklo recently identified a gold corridor at the Kouroufing Project in Mali from first pass auger drilling.
The shallow geochemical drilling revealed a 6 kilometre long corridor with numerous gold anomalies of over one kilometre in length and grading over 1 g/t gold.
Taylor added: “The unique position of having a possible regional scale gold camp with two district scale projects concludes a very successful 2017/18 field season and provides a pathway to succeed with our 2019 program”