76.4 Metres of 0.93% Nickel and 0.21% Copper defined at Ikenskoe/Sobolevsky
Amur Minerals Corporation (“Amur” or the “Company”), a nickel-copper sulphide mineral exploration and resource development company focused on the far east of Russia, is pleased to provide its second update of drill results at its Ikenskoe / Sobolevsky (“IKEN”) deposit.
Since 20 May 2017, IKEN drilling has been focused along the western 1,600 metres of the 2,800 metre long ISK Target between the IKEN and Kubuk (“KUB”) deposits. Widely spaced holes (200 metres) have confirmed the presence of mineralisation within two distinct pods with a total combined mineralised strike length of approximately 1,200 metres. The most recently completed and easternmost hole located 1,150 metres for the KUB deposit has intersected the largest and continuous thickness of mineralisation ever drilled at Kun-Manie being 76.4 metres averaging 0.93% nickel and 0.20% copper.