Newly defined mineralisation has potential to significantly expand mining potential
Amur Minerals Corporation (“Amur” or the “Company”), a nickel-copper sulphide mineral exploration and resource development company focused on its Kun-Manie project in the Russian Far East, is pleased to provide an update on its drill results for the Kubuk (“KUB”) deposit.
Drill results from 30 June 2017 through to 21 July 2017 continue to expand the resource westward towards the Ikenskoe / Sobolevsky (“IKEN”) deposit. Drilling, at a spacing used by RPMGlobal Asia Limited (“RPM”) to identify Indicated resources, has extended the 10 February 2017 resource limits in both the strike and dip directions. The newly defined mineralisation has an average thickness per drill hole (10) of 14.3 metres (21.5 metres – resource model) averaging 0.78% nickel (0.80% – resource model) and 0.20% copper (0.20% – resource model). This newly defined mineralisation has the potential to significantly expand the underground mining potential at Kubuk.