Miner launches exploration at Chilean project

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Exploration begins Canada’s Golden Arrow Resources has launched the first exploration programme at the company’s San Pietro copper-gold-cobalt project in Chile.


Golden Arrow said in a statement it has retained two Chilean project geologists with significant experience in geologic systems like those in and around San Pietro. 


“The program has commenced with detailed surface mapping and sampling and is expected to include trenching and an updated geophysical program in the next six months.  At the same time, the crew is engaged in re-logging much of the 34,000 metres of historic drill core.  This work will modernize and build the database for the main prospects to refine the targets for a subsequent resource delineation drill program,” according to the miner.


Brian McEwen, the company’s vice president for exploration and development, said Golden Arrow is “pleased to have boots on the ground so quickly at this new and exciting project, particularly when they are occupied by such well-qualified individuals.”