Torr Metals CEO Malcolm Dorsey joined Steve Darling from Proactive to discuss the recent advancements at the company's Kolos copper-gold project situated in the southern Quesnel Trough, a region in British Columbia known for its copper and gold production.
Dorsey announced the completion of the project's first extensive surface geochemical and ZTEM airborne geophysical surveys. Dorsey elaborated on the details of the work to Proactive, stating that the surveys covered areas known for historical copper-gold occurrences that had not yet been subjected to drilling.
The field program saw Torr Metals collect a substantial number of samples47 rock and 3,348 soil samplesover an approximately 48 square kilometer area. This effort was aimed at examining various types of geophysical anomalies that correspond with known mineralization visible at the surface.
The completion of the comprehensive ZTEM geophysical survey, along with the analysis of the rock and soil samples gathered in 2023, will provide Torr Metals with valuable insights into the large-scale geological features that govern mineralization in the district. Additionally, it will aid in identifying geochemical indicators that will be critical for directing future drilling operations at the Kolos project.
Dorsey indicated that all the data accumulated from these efforts will be instrumental for further exploration activities planned for 2024.
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