The great advantage of a brownfields project, within the shadow of a previous mine’s headframe, is you are almost certain to find gold. But is that enough?
One of the things I was very much looking forward to at this year’s Cambridge was meeting, in person, Janet Lee-Sheriff, CEO of Golden Predator, (V.GPY). I’ve done several phone interviews with Janet and very much enjoyed the conversation.
NexGen Energy Ltd. (“NexGen” or the “Company”) (TSX: NXE, NYSE MKT: NXE) is pleased to announce that the largest drill program in the Company’s history focused on optimizing mine development has begun at our 100% owned, Rook I property, in the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan. The drill program results will be incorporated into a NI43-101 Bankable Feasibility Study (“FS” or the “Study”), building on the successful outcomes highlighted in the Company’s Pre-Feasibility Study (“PFS”) (see News Release dated November 5, 2018) which demonstrated the Arrow Project to be an exceptional development opportunity for NexGen, Saskatchewan and Canada.
Golden Predator Mining Corp. (TSX.V:GPY, OTCQX:NTGSF) (the “Company”) today announced results of the 2018 drill program in the Central Core Area at the 3 Aces Project in southeast Yukon, Canada, which was completed to test for extensions of the high grade structures outcropping in the Hearts Zone. Seven HQ diamond drill holes consistently intercepted two parallel, closely spaced gold-bearing structures along 220m of strike and 500m down dip from the Hearts discovery outcrop. This was the deepest drilling to date on the project and the structures in the Hearts Zone continue to be open in all directions along strike and at depth.