Duke Exploration Ltd (ASX:DEX)’s Philip Condon speaks with Proactive’s Elisha Newell about the company’s recent assays from its flagship Bundarra project in central Queensland. Results confirm copper grades from the Quorn prospect, while adding elevated gold and silver values. Of the nine RC drill holes, two stood out: BHRC019 and BNRC025 returned 4 metres at 0.93 g/t gold, 1.06% copper and 114 g/t silver and 6 metres at 0.33 g/t gold, respectively. The Quorn Prospect is now a priority for resource delineation drilling in the future and as Condon highlights the gold on top of copper could significantly change the economics of the mineralisation. Drilling has increased the vertical extent of the Quorn mineral system from 100 metres to about 300 metres below surface and improved the company’s understanding of elevated gold assays with copper mineralisation as well as showing good correlations with the pXRF results that were previously announced. The DEX managing director also highlights the company’s future work program in the next two to three months.
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