The company is well-positioned for future success with copper-nickel-cobalt projects including Mt Venn and Winchester and the Whiteheads Gold Project.
Great Boulder managing director Andrew Paterson will present at Proactive’s CEO Sessions in Sydney on February 3 and Melbourne on February 4 along with four other companies.
Whiteheads Gold Project
Great Boulder recently confirmed promising results from early-stage exploration undertaken at its Whiteheads Gold Project 60 kilometres north of Kalgoorlie.
At the Lady Betty prospect, five holes were drilled for 641 metres with the aim of extending a high-grade shoot.
Results from this drilling include 1 metre at 7.51 g/t gold from 112 metres. This intersection extends the strike of the high-grade structure about 65 metres to the north.
At the Seven Leaders prospect, results include 16 metres at 1.13g/t gold from 58 metres in hole 19SLRC006, including 2 metres at 2.53g/t gold from 60 metres.
Mt Venn prospect
Last month, Great Boulder identified a large copper anomaly with a peak value of 638ppm copper at the Mt Venn prospect within its Yamarna project.
The anomaly is above two EM conductors and was outlined in a 140-hole auger program on a 200 by 50-metre grid around a historical drill hole.
The prospect requires further drilling and/or ground EM surveys to determine its significance.
Great Boulder’s planned work is expected to begin in March-April 2020 and will be undertaken in conjunction with other work already scheduled at the nearby Winchester and Mt Carlon projects.
Five companies presenting
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