Vancouver-based Pan Global Resources has announced new high-grade copper and tin intercepts as drilling continues at the La Romana copper/tin target within the Escacena project in southern Spain.
Tim Moody, the president and CEO of Pan Global, said in a statement that the “new drill holes at La Romana confirm additional continuity of the near-surface copper and tin mineralization over a strike of more than 1 km. The mineralization remains wide open to the west towards the La Romana mine workings and down dip.”
“The new results also expand supergene enrichment style copper mineralization in the east with individual assays up to 8.7% Cu in hole LRD69 and supergene copper evident over almost 50m in hole LRD64. Results are awaited for 20 additional drill holes,” according to the executive.
Pan Global Resources says it is focused in base and precious metal exploration in Spain’s southern part. The company is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX).