BCM Resources Corp Receives DOGM Approval for 3 New Diamond Drill Holes
VANCOUVER, BC /ACCESSWIRE/February 17, 2022/ BCM Resources Corp. is pleased to inform shareholders that the Company has received approval from the Utah Department of Oil, Gas and Mines (DOGM) for 3 additional diamond drill holes.
Chairman Dr. Sergei Diakov said, “We are very excited about the mineralized porphyry we are drilling, drill hole TK3a is currently at a depth of approximately 1,040 meters and will continue to allow a depth of 1,100 meters with approximately 460 meters of mineralization. We will continue to aggressively drill this mineralized porphyry with these newly authorized drill holes. I would also like to point out that work on an “Operating Plan” is underway which will allow us to significantly increase the number of drill holes and add more rigs.
These holes are in the northwest flank of the project. Diamond drill hole (DDH) TK5 is about 500 meters northwest of TK3a, DDH TK13 is about 500 meters north (and slightly west) of TK3a, and DDH TK14 is about 700 meters south (and slightly east) of TK3a. See map of new DDH locations on company website; https://bcmresources.com/investors/presentations/
TK is located approximately 225 km southwest of Rio Tinto’s giant porphyry copper-molybdenum-gold mine and smelter complex near Salt Lake City, Utah.
The Company’s Director, Mr. Richard R. Redfern, M.Sc., and Certified Professional Geologist, a “qualified person” for the purposes of National Instrument 43-101, has verified and approved the information contained in this press release. .
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