Kodiak Copper – Initial drill results from the 30,000 meter drill program extending copper mineralization strike length to 800 meter
Claudia Tornquist, President and CEO of Kodiak Copper (TSX.V:KDK – OTCQB:KDKCF) joins us to recap the initial round of drill results from the fully funded 30,000 meter drill program at the MPD Project in south-central BC. The drill results are from some large step out holes that have extended the strike length of copper mineralization by 6 times to 800 meters, from 125 meters. Known mineralization is now 800m long by 850m deep and 350m wide.
We focus on the the strike extension as well as the grades intercepted which include both high grade results and lower grade results over long widths. We also discuss the share price reaction on the back of the results, where the share price went sideways but volume spiked.
If you have any follow up questions for Claudia regarding any of the work going on at the Company please email us at either Fleck@kereport.com or Shad@kereport.com.
Click here to visit the Kodiak Copper website and read over the full drill results news release.
Agreed ULF the Wolf. These were some nice wide intercepts, with higher grade cores to them, and Claudia and the Kodiak team have really done well on extending the strike length of the project. Yes, I’m keenly awaiting more drill results as they come back.
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Looking forward to the next batch of results whenever they come.