SolGold drilling returns 'intense visible copper'

BRISBANE-based SolGold says it is intersecting “intense visible copper sulphide mineralisation” as it looks to grow the Alpala resource and identify a second porphyry deposit at its 85%-owned Cascabel project in Northern Ecuador.

SolGold drilling returns 'intense visible copper' SolGold drilling returns 'intense visible copper' SolGold drilling returns 'intense visible copper' SolGold drilling returns 'intense visible copper' SolGold drilling returns 'intense visible copper'

Drilling at Cascabel

The company said infill and extension drilling at Alpala was adding significant growth to the deposit.

Among the latest highlights, SolGold reported 756m at 0.

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