- Published: Thursday, 11 May 2017 01:53
- Written by ASIA Miner News
Test pit exploration by Angkor Gold Corp at the Okalla West project in Cambodia has revealed a north trending gold anomaly at least 320 metres in length and 45 metres in width. Okalla West is within the company’s Banlung licence in Ratanakiri province.
Ongoing exploration in this area is being conducted by Angkor in cooperation with Blue River Resources.
The test pit program began in January. Near-surface samples were analysed using a screened metallic process.
The anomaly occupies the southern lobe of the larger 4sqkm surface gold anomaly and sits on top of clay-weathered bedrock. The gold anomaly is located over diorite intruding gabbro.