Besra Expands Higher Grade Gold Zone at Bau Goldfield, East Malaysia

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TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Nov. 27, 2012) - Besra (BEZ.TO)(BEZ.AX)(OP6.F)(BSRAF) announces further expansion of a higher-grade zone at the Jugan Hill area of the Company's Bau property in East Malaysia.

Besra's CEO John Seton, said, "the confirmation of a substantially higher grade gold zone at Jugan Hill which is now shown to extend to beyond 320 meters vertically below surface reaffirms our confidence in the conceptual model of increasing grade at depth as we continue to move forward with the project. In the coming weeks, the Company expects to release an updated gold resource estimate from Jugan Hill as part of the Bau Project feasibility study."

HIGHLIGHTS: 

  • Expansion of high grade gold zone at depth in the Jugan Hill Gold Deposit

  • The trend of increasing grade with depth indicates greater development potential

  • Drill holes JUDDH80 and JUDDH79 respectively intersected 24.00m @ 2.68g/t gold (including 15.00m @ 3.86g/t Au) and 26.60m @ 2.12g/t gold (including 15.0m @ 3.33g/t gold) * 

    * These drill results follow the previously announced result of 24.50m @ 7.15g/t Au in hole JUDDH68A (See Olympus press release dated 20 September 2012)

JUGAN HILL DEPOSIT - LATEST DRILL RESULTS

The current phase of drilling at Jugan Hill commenced in October 2011 and now comprises a total of 17,395.40 meters in seventy-six holes. Since the intersection of 24.5 meters @ 7.15g/t Au in JUDDH68A (See Olympus press release dated September 20, 2012), the Company has completed a further nine holes (JUDDH73 - JUDDH81) designed to assess the continuity and size of this higher-grade zone. Fifty-meter step-out holes JUDDH79 and JUDDH80, drilled approximately 50m beneath (320m below surface) and to each side of JUDDH68A, encountered gold grades that are significantly higher than most of the intercepts drilled at shallower levels in the deposit. JUDDH-79 returned a main intercept of 26.60 meters @ 2.12g/t Au from 316.4 meters down hole, including a higher-grade interval of 15.0 meters @ 3.33g/t Au, whilst JUDDH-80 returned 24.0 meters @ 2.68g/t Au, including 15.0 meters @ 3.86g/t Au.

These results confirm that the deposit grade increases downwards from approximately 275 meters vertically below surface and remains open beyond the current limit of drilling at 320 meters vertical depth.

The long-section showed in the figure below plots gold grade multiplied by mineralized intercept width and generally depicts the gold grade distribution within the deposit. This clearly shows the top of the higher-grade zone that remains open at depth.

To view the Figure associated with this press release, please visit the following link: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/besrafig1.pdf

The increasing gold grade with depth substantiates the analogy of the Bau Gold trend with the prolific Carlin gold trend in Nevada. The mineralization remains open along-strike as well as down-dip. This highlights the potential for further resource expansion.

The trend of increasing grade with depth also highlights the potential for possible underground mining beneath the currently proposed open-pit development.

Besra is now updating the resource model and expects to announce a new Jugan Hill resource estimate during the current quarter. Assay results from the latest holes are shown in the table below, while full results of all drill holes drilled by Besra in the current programme are tabulated in Appendix A.

True Widths Undetermined

Hole No From (m) To (m) Length (m) Au (g/t)
JUDDH-73 210.00 213.00 3.00 0.99
JUDDH-73 215.00 218.00 3.00 0.6
JUDDH-73 224.00 243.00 19.00 0.89
JUDDH-73 250.00 265.00 15.00 1.69
JUDDH-74 288.00 294.00 6.00 1.57
JUDDH-74 323.00 324.00 1.00 2.27
JUDDH-75 227.00 234.00 7.00 1.11
JUDDH-75 244.00 290.00 46.00 1.24
JUDDH-75 295.30 316.30 21.00 1.25
JUDDH-76 260.00 279.20 19.20 3.14
JUDDH-76 - incl 267.35 279.20 11.85 4.65
JUDDH-76 291.00 298.00 7.00 0.62
JUDDH-76 302.35 311.00 8.65 3.09
JUDDH-76 - incl 308.00 309.00 1.00 16.00
JUDDH-77 216.00 219.00 3.00 1.63
JUDDH-77 279.00 289.00 10.00 2.94
JUDDH-77 - incl 282.00 289.00 7.00 3.84
JUDDH-78 249.00 250.00 1.00 0.83
JUDDH-78 266.00 268.00 2.00 0.68
JUDDH-78 293.00 317.00 24.00 0.97
JUDDH-78 - incl 293.00 304.00 11.00 1.77
JUDDH-78 - and 294.00 299.00 5.00 2.79
JUDDH-79 316.40 343.00 26.60 2.12
JUDDH-79 - incl 320.00 335.00 15.00 3.33
JUDDH-79 353.00 355.00 2.00 1.58
JUDDH-79 363.00 365.00 2.00 3.38
JUDDH-80 315.00 339.00 24.00 2.68
JUDDH-80 - incl 315.00 330.00 15.00 3.86
JUDDH-80 344.40 349.00 4.60 4.69
JUDDH-80 - incl 347.00 348.00 1.00 16.60
JUDDH-80 352.00 357.00 5.00 4.87
JUDDH-80 362.00 367.00 5.00 0.69
JUDDH-81 307.00 331.10 24.10 1.31
JUDDH-81 - incl 312.00 331.10 19.10 1.55

BAU PROJECT BACKGROUND

Besra has been aggressively exploring the seventeen km long Bau Central gold trend since first acquiring the property in 2009. The Bau gold trend contains thirty-four known gold prospects, at various stages of exploration advancement. The current JORC/NI43-101 global resource stands at 913,500 oz Au "measured and indicated" (17,058,000 tonnes @ 1.67g/t Au) and 2,108,100 oz Au "Inferred" (50,062,000 tonnes @ 1.31 g/t Au). Geological, geophysical and geochemical studies and on-going drilling programmes are in progress to further expand and up-grade this resource.

The Bau property is a brown-field project, spread over a large geographic area in which the Company is in a consortium with a Malaysian company with material Bumiputra interest that owns rights to consolidated mining tenements covering much of the historic Bau Goldfield in Sarawak, East Malaysia.

The Bau Goldfield has been intermittently mined since the mid-19th Century. Historic production is estimated at >3-4M oz gold. The most recent was the Tai Parit mine which closed in 1996 after producing 1.2M oz gold from a single open-pit averaging 7g/t Au.

The Bau Goldfield lies within the Borneo metalliferous belt, which contains several other important gold mining camps, including: Kelian, Mamut (gold-copper) and Mt Muro.

The geology and mineralization of the Bau Goldfield has been compared with that of the Carlin District of Nevada, USA (cumulative production > 60M oz).

The goldfield has previously been explored by a number of companies, including Menzies Gold NL, Cameco, Gencor and RGC, but this is the first time that detailed and systematic exploration has been conducted using modern exploration techniques over the whole goldfield for a sustained period.

Besra is a diversified gold company focused on four advanced properties; the Bau Goldfield in East Malaysia, Bong Mieu and Phuoc Son in Central Vietnam, and Capcapo in the Philippines. Besra expects to expand existing gold production capacity in Vietnam over the next two years and simultaneously introduce new production capacity from Bau Central. The company also contemplates a substantial increase of its attributed gold resources through continued exploration of its advanced properties having demonstrably large upside potential.

BESRA GOLD INC.

John A.G. Seton, Chief Executive Officer

The technical information in this press release has been prepared under the supervision of Mr. Rod Murfitt who is a member of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM), a " Competent Person", as defined in the 2004 Edition of the " Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserve" and a " Qualified Person" as defined in National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects of the Canadian Securities Administrators. Mr. Murfitt is a full-time consultant to the Company and is not " independent" within the meaning of National Instrument 43-101. Mr. Murfitt consents to the inclusion in this press release of the technical information, in the form, and context in which it appears.

CAUTIONARY NOTE REGARDING FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

Certain of the statements made and information contained herein is "Forward-looking information" within the meaning of applicable securities laws, including statements concerning our plans at our producing mines and exploration projects, which involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company, or industry results, to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking information. Forward-looking information is subject to a variety of risks and uncertainties that could cause actual events or results to differ from those reflected in the forward-looking information, including, without limitation, failure to establish estimated resources or to convert resources to mineable reserves; the grade and recovery of ore which is mined varying from estimates; capital and operating costs varying significantly from estimates; delays in obtaining or failure to obtain required governmental, environmental, or other project approvals; changes in national and local government legislation or regulations regarding environmental factors, royalties, taxation or foreign investment; political or economic instability; terrorism; inflation; changes in currency exchange rates; fluctuations in commodity prices; delays in the development of projects; shortage of personnel with the requisite knowledge and skills to design and execute exploration and development programs; difficulties in arranging contracts for drilling and other exploration and development services; dependency on equity market financings to fund programs and maintain and develop mineral properties; and risks associated with title to resource properties due to the difficulties of determining the validity of certain claims and other risks and uncertainties, including those described in each management's discussion and analysis released by the Company. In addition, forward-looking information is based on various assumptions including, without limitation, the expectations and beliefs of management; the assumed long-term price of gold; the availability of permits and surface rights; access to financing, equipment and labour and that the political environment in the jurisdictions within which the Company operates will continue to support the development of environmentally safe mining projects. Should one or more of these risks and uncertainties materialize, or should underlying assumptions prove incorrect, actual results may vary materially from those described in forward-looking statements. Accordingly, readers are advised not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date they are made. Except as required under applicable securities legislation, the Company undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise forward-looking information, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

APPENDIX A: Jugan Hill Drill Results (as of 1 October, 2012)

True Widths Undetermined

Hole No From (m) To (m) Length (m) Au (g/t)
JUDDH-06 No Significant intersections      
JUDDH-07 4.00 6.00 2.00 0.79
JUDDH-08 0.00 2.00 2.00 0.77
JUDDH-09 0.80 9.00 8.20 1.26
JUDDH-10 22.70 25.00 2.30 0.55
JUDDH-10 233.00 236.00 3.00 1.04
JUDDH-10 243.00 244.00 1.00 0.55
JUDDH-10 264.00 265.00 1.00 0.70
JUDDH-10 287.00 295.00 8.00 1.21
JUDDH-10 320.00 322.00 2.00 0.75
JUDDH-10 328.00 333.00 5.00 1.07
JUDDH-10 352.00 353.00 1.00 0.66
JUDDH-10 360.00 361.00 1.00 1.10
JUDDH-10 367.00 370.00 3.00 0.65
JUDDH-10 450.00 451.00 1.00 0.54
JUDDH-10 457.00 458.35 1.35 1.06
JUDDH-11 0.00 78.30 78.30 2.01
JUDDH-11 - incl 0.00 11.00 11.00 4.40
JUDDH-11 - incl 17.00 28.00 11.00 3.90
JUDDH-11 - incl 39.00 43.00 4.00 4.05
JUDDH-12 18.00 21.00 3.00 0.84
JUDDH-12 28.60 36.00 7.40 0.84
JUDDH-12 40.00 51.80 11.80 1.23
JUDDH-12 58.00 82.00 24.00 2.32
JUDDH-12 - incl 65.00 74.00 9.00 3.87
JUDDH-13 0.00 16.50 16.50 3.08
JUDDH-13 - incl 3.00 9.00 6.00 5.75
JUDDH-13 - and 3.00 5.00 2.00 9.13
JUDDH-14 0.00 68.50 68.50 1.00
JUDDH-14 - incl 27.00 60.00 33.00 1.46
JUDDH-14 - and 51.00 58.00 7.00 3.21
JUDDH-15 0.00 2.60 2.60 0.91
JUDDH-15 0.00 8.00 8.00 0.62
JUDDH-15 14.00 39.00 25.00 1.77
JUDDH-15 41.00 64.00 23.00 1.62
JUDDH-15 71.00 81.50 10.50 1.99
JUDDH-16 2.00 9.70 7.70 0.93
JUDDH-16 13.00 15.00 2.00 0.77
JUDDH-16 19.00 36.00 17.00 0.72
JUDDH-16 39.00 60.35 21.35 1.74
JUDDH-16 - incl 41.00 45.85 4.85 4.67
JUDDH-17 0.00 3.50 3.50 0.95
JUDDH-17 26.90 28.00 1.10 1.00
JUDDH-17 32.00 36.00 4.00 2.65
JUDDH-17 62.00 92.00 30.00 1.53
JUDDH-18 22.00 87.40 65.40 1.79
JUDDH-19 0.00 4.40 4.40 0.51
JUDDH-19 26.60 27.20 0.60 1.09
JUDDH-19 66.70 76.70 10.00 0.67
JUDDH-20 1.30 7.30 6.00 2.21
JUDDH-20 - incl 4.30 6.30 2.00 4.07
JUDDH-20 13.30 62.15 48.85 1.98
JUDDH-20 - incl 16.30 18.30 2.00 3.93
JUDDH-20 - incl 22.30 26.50 4.20 6.30
JUDDH-20 - with 23.30 24.50 1.20 15.30
JUDDH-20 - incl 37.50 40.00 2.50 4.39
JUDDH-20 - incl 36.50 42.85 6.35 2.48
JUDDH-20 - incl 45.40 62.15 16.75 2.13
JUDDH-21 0.00 15.00 15.00 1.07
JUDDH-21 31.00 32.00 1.00 0.55
JUDDH-22 65.50 71.00 5.50 2.39
JUDDH-23 1.70 11.00 9.30 0.93
JUDDH-23 27.00 65.10 38.10 3.91
JUDDH-24 4.00 20.00 16.00 1.94
JUDDH-24 24.00 38.00 14.00 1.86
JUDDH-24 43.20 44.40 1.20 0.69
JUDDH-25 265.00 291.00 26.00 0.54
JUDDH-25 - incl 265.00 272.00 7.00 0.88
JUDDH-26 211.00 235.00 24.00 1.52
JUDDH-26 245.00 247.00 2.00 0.60
JUDDH-27 0.00 2.00 2.00 2.28
JUDDH-27 5.00 5.70 0.70 0.99
JUDDH-27 77.10 94.00 16.90 2.14
JUDDH-28 168.00 169.00 1.00 1.74
JUDDH-28 222.00 252.00 30.00 0.82
JUDDH-28 - incl 232.00 240.00 8.00 1.36
JUDDH-29 0.00 3.00 3.00 1.34
JUDDH-30 2.00 6.00 4.00 0.62
JUDDH-31 0.00 40.00 40.00 3.99
JUDDH-31 - incl 2.00 19.00 17.00 5.69
JUDDH-32 241.00 282.00 41.00 1.79
JUDDH-32 - incl 247.00 249.00 2.00 5.24
JUDDH-32 276.00 281.00 5.00 5.24
JUDDH-33 128.00 151.00 23.00 0.87
JUDDH-33 - incl 128.00 139.00 11.00 1.04
JUDDH-33 - incl 146.20 151.00 4.80 1.40
JUDDH-34 33.00 52.00 19.00 0.87
JUDDH-34 - incl 33.00 45.00 12.00 1.19
JUDDH-35 36.00 44.10 8.10 1.09
JUDDH-35 53.50 87.50 34.00 3.01
JUDDH-35 - incl 54.50 63.50 9.00 7.60
JUDDH-36 256.40 297.00 40.60 1.51
JUDDH-36 - incl 313.20 320.00 6.80 2.73
JUDDH-36 - with 317.00 320.00 3.00 5.22
JUDDH-37 163.00 169.00 6.00 0.78
JUDDH-37 182.00 186.00 4.00 0.93
JUDDH-37 190.00 234.00 44.00 1.10
JUDDH-38 9.00 93.00 84.00 0.78
JUDDH-38 - incl 9.00 12.00 3.00 1.22
JUDDH-38 - and 16.00 93.00 77.00 0.79
JUDDH-38 - and 25.10 36.00 10.90 1.02
JUDDH-38 - and 50.00 74.00 24.00 0.98
JUDDH-38 - and 80.00 93.00 13.00 1.31
JUDDH-39 276.00 291.20 15.20 1.32
JUDDH-40 44.00 106.00 62.00 2.02
JUDDH-40 - incl 56.00 71.00 15.00 3.65
JUDDH-41 157.00 163.00 6.00 0.67
JUDDH-41 168.00 184.00 16.00 1.08
JUDDH-41 195.30 200.00 4.70 0.46
JUDDH-42 416.40 417.00 0.60 0.35
JUDDH-43 7.00 14.00 7.00 0.89
JUDDH-43 33.00 73.00 40.00 1.18
JUDDH-44 2.70 55.40 52.70 4.64
JUDDH-44 - incl 6.00 27.00 21.00 6.80
JUDDH-44 - incl 23.00 27.00 4.00 11.97
JUDDH-45 4.00 10.00 6.00 0.66
JUDDH-45 26.00 65.50 39.50 1.91
JUDDH-45 - incl 47.00 65.50 18.50 3.39
JUDDH-46 181.00 184.00 3.00 0.73
JUDDH-46 194.00 195.00 1.00 0.53
JUDDH-46 - incl 199.00 232.00 33.00 0.88
JUDDH-46 - incl 199.00 202.10 3.10 1.73
JUDDH-46 - incl 215.00 231.00 16.00 1.00
JUDDH-47 0.00 1.50 1.50 0.85
JUDDH-47 14.30 25.00 10.70 1.02
JUDDH-47 32.00 74.95 42.95 1.36
JUDDH-48 0.00 29.30 29.30 2.94
JUDDH-48 36.00 37.00 1.00 0.62
JUDDH-48 42.70 96.00 53.30 1.41
JUDDH-48 - incl 19.00 22.00 3.00 10.05
JUDDH-49 313.00 324.00 11.00 2.58
JUDDH-49 338.00 343.00 5.00 1.36
JUDDH-49 348.00 352.30 4.30 1.72
JUDDH-50 0.00 5.00 5.00 1.00
JUDDH-50 16.70 77.80 61.10 2.40
JUDDH-50 - incl 19.00 21.00 2.00 5.93
JUDDH-50 - incl 29.00 36.00 7.00 5.36
JUDDH-50 - incl 57.00 62.70 5.70 3.53
JUDDH-50 - incl 67.00 71.00 4.00 3.90
JUDDH-51 187.00 199.00 12.00 0.65
JUDDH-51 203.00 237.00 34.00 2.47
JUDDH-51 - incl 225.00 233.80 8.80 3.52
JUDDH-51 240.00 260.30 20.30 1.13
JUDDH-51 269.00 286.00 17.00 1.66
JUDDH-52 205.00 218.00 13.00 1.10
JUDDH-52 231.00 243.00 12.00 0.94
JUDDH-53 285.00 321.00 36.00 1.15
JUDDH-53 - incl 287.00 299.00 12.00 1.43
JUDDH-53 - incl 305.00 316.00 11.00 1.35
JUDDH-54 139.00 141.00 2.00 0.72
JUDDH-54 149.00 150.00 1.00 0.50
JUDDH-54 153.00 154.00 1.00 0.90
JUDDH-54 206.00 210.00 4.00 1.19
JUDDH-54 243.00 248.20 5.20 0.85
JUDDH-55 175.00 177.00 2.00 1.19
JUDDH-55 182.00 189.00 7.00 0.75
JUDDH-55 201.00 224.00 23.00 0.92
JUDDH-55 227.00 230.00 3.00 1.14
JUDDH-56 331.80 341.00 9.20 1.88
JUDDH-57 192.00 196.00 4.00 1.75
JUDDH-57 201.00 234.00 33.00 1.48
JUDDH-57 237.00 243.00 6.00 2.26
JUDDH-57 248.00 248.90 0.90 0.67
JUDDH-58 263.00 287.00 24.00 1.76
JUDDH-58 - incl 267.00 274.00 7.00 3.27
JUDDH-59 202.00 203.90 1.90 0.79
JUDDH-59 209.10 209.50 0.40 14.10
JUDDH-59 224.00 233.00 9.00 0.95
JUDDH-59 237.00 239.20 2.20 0.75
JUDDH-59 242.00 274.40 32.40 1.92
JUDDH-59 - incl 246.00 274.00 28.00 2.21
JUDDH-60 221.15 263.00 41.85 1.55
JUDDH-60 - incl 221.15 235.00 13.85 1.76
JUDDH-60 - incl 249.00 263.00 14.00 2.25
JUDDH-61 232.00 268.40 36.40 1.40
JUDDH-61 - incl 260.00 268.40 8.40 2.44
JUDDH-62 No significant Intersections      
JUDDH-63 208.00 256.00 48.00 1.05
JUDDH-64 No significant Intersections      
JUDDH-65 239.00 240.00 1.00 0.76
JUDDH-66 226.30 232.00 5.70 1.10
JUDDH-66 239.00 254.00 15.00 1.41
JUDDH-66 - incl 251.00 253.00 2.00 5.23
JUDDH-66 271.80 282.10 10.30 0.73
JUDDH-67 Hole abandoned      
JUDDH-67A 285.00 291.20 6.20 0.86
JUDDH-68 Hole abandoned      
JUDDH-68A 317.50 342.00 24.50 7.15
JUDDH-68A - incl 320.00 331.50 11.50 10.42
JUDDH-69 Hole abandoned      
JUDDH-69A 215.00 216.00 1.00 0.58
JUDDH-69A 223.00 270.00 47.00 1.05
JUDDH-69A - incl 231.00 241.00 10.00 1.68
JUDDH-69A 275.00 279.00 4.00 0.89
JUDDH-70 87.00 94.00 7.00 1.13
JUDDH-70 - and 105.00 127.00 22.00 1.44
JUDDH-70 - incl 111.00 118.00 7.00 2.70
JUDDH-70 - and 134.40 174.65 40.25 0.86
JUDDH-70 - incl 151.00 157.00 6.00 1.55
JUDDH-70 - incl 165.00 174.00 9.00 1.27
JUDDH-71 98.00 161.00 63.00 1.58
JUDDH-71 - incl 110.00 119.00 9.00 2.28
JUDDH-71 - incl 136.00 146.00 10.00 3.17
JUDDH-72 28.70 49.00 20.30 1.24
JUDDH-72 53.00 91.00 38.00 2.08
JUDDH-72 - incl 60.00 65.00 5.00 3.00
JUDDH-72 - incl 86.00 90.00 4.00 3.74
JUDDH-73 210.00 213.00 3.00 0.99
JUDDH-73 215.00 218.00 3.00 0.6
JUDDH-73 224.00 243.00 19.00 0.89
JUDDH-73 250.00 265.00 15.00 1.69
JUDDH-74 288.00 294.00 6.00 1.57
JUDDH-74 323.00 324.00 1.00 2.27
JUDDH-75 227.00 234.00 7.00 1.11
JUDDH-75 244.00 290.00 46.00 1.24
JUDDH-75 295.30 316.30 21.00 1.25
JUDDH-76 260.00 279.20 19.20 3.14
JUDDH-76 - incl 267.35 279.20 11.85 4.65
JUDDH-76 291.00 298.00 7.00 0.62
JUDDH-76 302.35 311.00 8.65 3.09
JUDDH-76 - incl 308.00 309.00 1.00 16.00
JUDDH-77 216.00 219.00 3.00 1.63
JUDDH-77 279.00 289.00 10.00 2.94
JUDDH-77 - incl 282.00 289.00 7.00 3.84
JUDDH-78 249.00 250.00 1.00 0.83
JUDDH-78 266.00 268.00 2.00 0.68
JUDDH-78 293.00 317.00 24.00 0.97
JUDDH-78 - incl 293.00 304.00 11.00 1.77
JUDDH-78 - and 294.00 299.00 5.00 2.79
JUDDH-79 316.40 343.00 26.60 2.12
JUDDH-79 - incl 320.00 335.00 15.00 3.33
JUDDH-79 353.00 355.00 2.00 1.58
JUDDH-79 363.00 365.00 2.00 3.38
JUDDH-80 315.00 339.00 24.00 2.68
JUDDH-80 - incl 315.00 330.00 15.00 3.86
JUDDH-80 344.40 349.00 4.60 4.69
JUDDH-80 - incl 347.00 348.00 1.00 16.60
JUDDH-80 352.00 357.00 5.00 4.87
JUDDH-80 362.00 367.00 5.00 0.69
JUDDH-81 307.00 331.10 24.10 1.31
JUDDH-81 - incl 312.00 331.10 19.10 1.55

Drill core is either PQ or HQ in size. Holes are routinely surveyed and all core is oriented. Holes are geologically logged and samples selected for analysis. Olympus prepares and despatches samples directly to SGS laboratories. Olympus operates a QAQC protocol that incorporates standards, duplicates and blanks in each batch of samples submitted for analysis.

Gold is analysed by Fire Assay using a 50g charge with a AAS finish and a detection limit of 0.01ppm gold.

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