Aben Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: ABN) (OTCQB: ABNAF) (Frankfurt: E2L2) (the “Aben or the Company”) announces the commencement of diamond drilling at the Forrest Kerr Gold Project in BC’s Golden Triangle and the completion of the 2019 drill program at the Justin Gold Project in the Yukon. The Company is planning to start with another 5000-meter drill program at Forrest Kerr this year that can be expanded to 10,000 meters as results dictate. Aben Resources is well funded with over $5 million in the treasury.
Aben Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: ABN) (OTCQB: ABNAF) (Frankfurt: E2L2) (“Aben” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce, further to its news releases on May 23rd and June 6th, it has commenced drilling at its 100% owned Justin Gold Project located in the Eastern Yukon and adjacent to Golden Predators Three Aces Project. The 2019 exploration program at Justin will entail 1350 meters of diamond drilling and 600 meters of Rotary Air Blast drilling (“RAB”), along with prospect generating field work. This program should take 3-4 weeks to complete which will coincide with the commencement of drilling at the Forrest Kerr Project. This year, the Company plans to extend its drilling season one month by initiating this 2000-meter drill program at the Justin Gold Project prior to commencement of drilling at its Forrest Kerr Gold Project located in BC’s Golden Triangle region.
Aben Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: ABN) (OTCQB: ABNAF) (Frankfurt: E2L2) (the “Company”) is pleased to provide a summary of exploration results from the 2018 exploration program on their 100% owned Justin Gold Project in the Yukon Territory. Work completed in 2018 included the collection of 19 channel and 28 chip samples from 5 trenches, 16 rock samples, 7 till samples and 240 soil samples with coverage totaling 6.0 line-km. The 2018 field program focused primarily on the Lost Ace Zone, a gold bearing zone discovered in 2017. Lost Ace is located 2 kilometers west of Aben’s POW Zone where past drill results indicate potential for bulk-tonnage gold mineralization with intercepts reported ranging from trace values to highs of 1.19 g/t Au over 60.0 m (including 2.47 g/t Au over 21.0 m) and 1.49 g/t Au over 46.4 m.