Canadian miner eyes drilling at copper-gold porphyry project

Investment plans Canada’s Kodiak Copper has released an update on the company’s 2022 exploration programme at the MPD copper-gold porphyry project in Southern British Columbia.


The Vancouver-based miner said in a statement  that its plans for 2022 include up to 25,000 metres of drilling, and also 3D IP surveying and soil geochemical sampling.


"New drilling in 2022 at the Gate Zone has intersected prospective, sulphide-bearing, porphyritic host rock between Gate and the historic Prime Zone to the north, and to 875 metres depth at the south end of the Gate Zone," the miner said. "Gate remains open in multiple directions and further drilling in 2022 will focus on extending it. Drilling is on schedule and the Company has completed 11 holes totalling 7,065 metres as of June 8."