Results for the first nine drill holes, A22-001, A22-002, A22-003, A23-004, A23-005, A23-006, A23-007, A23-008 and A23-009 were released on July 24, 2023 and August 10, 2023.
Highlights: Drill hole A23-010 was drilled approximately 55m east of drill hole A23-009 and intersected significant copper and molybdenum mineralization throughout the hole to a depth of 1002.55 metres. A23-010 ended in molybdenum mineralization and the most significant mineralized intervals included 0.66% CuEq (copper equivalent) over 1002.55 metres (0.20% Cu, 0.0838% Mo and 2.19 g/t Ag) from 0 metres to 1002.55 metres; 0.94% CuEq over 28.00 metres (0.86% Cu, 0.0015% Mo and 8.41 g/t Ag) from 190.00 metres to 218.00 metres; 0.72% CuEq over 82.00 metres (0.37% Cu, 0.0618% Mo and 3.51 g/t Ag) from 543.00 metres to 625.00 metres; 1.01% CuEq over 459.55 metres (0.09% Cu, 0.1754% Mo and 0.90 g/t Ag) from 543.00 metres to 1,002.55 metres.
Ian Gendall, president and CEO, commented: “A23-010 is the second hole drilled by DLP on the southeastern side of the Aurora project and is our best mineralized intersection to date. This hole now confirms extension of the molybdenum-copper mineralization over approximately 800m from NW to SE and the mineralization is still open in all directions and at depth. Drilling is ongoing on this southeast side and A23-011 drilled on a step out of approximately 290m southwest of A23-010 is currently in progress to a depth of 1,000 metres.”
DLP Resources is a mineral exploration company operating in Southeastern British Columbia and Peru, exploring for Base Metals and Cobalt.