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Tungsten Mining Commences Drilling at Kilba Project in Australia

Tungsten Mining (ASX:TGN) has initiated drilling at its 100 percent owned Kilba project in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia.Drilling operations ...

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|Aug 13|magazine3 min read

Tungsten Mining (ASX:TGN) has initiated drilling at its 100 percent owned Kilba project in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia.

Drilling operations at the tungsten project include 40 reverse circulation (RC) holes to infill sections to a 40 meter spacing for high-grade zones of the Mineral Resource.

An additional eight RC holes have been proposed to target tungsten mineralization at Zone 12, which has been identified by ultra violet night lamping.

In May, the company released its Maiden JORC 20122 Mineral Resource Estimates at Zone 11 and Zone 8 of the WA project indicating a resource of 1.3 million tons at 0.30 percent WO3. Inferred Mineral Resource was reported at 3.7 million tons at 0.26 percent WO3 for a total of 5.0 million tons.

With plans in place, Tungsten Mining is working to increase the confidence level of key areas of the Mineral Resource prior to moving forward with its Feasibility Study stage.

The company will announced Assay results in the next four to six weeks with further updates provided.

Geological mapping and surface sampling of other tungsten targets are also expected to be commenced during the month of August.

Tungsten Mining is an Australian-based exploration and mining company focused on the development and exploitation of tungsten deposits.