Asiamet Resources reported that ongoing exploration drilling at the BKZ Polymetallic prospect located on its Kalimantan Surya Kencana 6th Generation Contract of Work in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia continues to intersect shallow, high grade base and precious metal rich mineralisation.
The BKZ deposit comprises high grade polymetallic Zn-Pb-Cu-Ag-Au mineralisation underlain by copper-silver mineralisation that is either massive sulphide or vein style. Mineralisation is confirmed over a strike length of 300m and up to 110m in width. Thickness is variably 5m to 40m.
Five holes have now intersected the high-grade copper-silver mineralisation that underlies the high grade polymetallic Zn-Pb-Cu-Ag-Au mineralisation, confirming at least 150m strike length and 50m in true thickness. Mineralisation remains open to the south, east, west and down-dip.
New assays confirm further high-grade copper-silver mineralisation within the interpreted “Feeder Structure” underlying the polymetallic mineralisation at BKZ, with up to 7.9% copper over 1-metre sample intervals.
Drilling at BKZ has been upgraded to “Delineation Drilling Status comprising an estimated 3500m in 30 holes to provide sufficient drill data density in order to define a maiden Resource for the polymetallic mineralisation and the underlying copper-silver mineralisation at BKZ.