Eskay Mining – A broad drilling update in the Golden Triangle with information on a couple new targets
Quinton Hennigh, Director and Technical Advisor at Eskay Mining (TSX.V;ESK – OTCQX:ESKYF) joins us to recap the news released this morning updating the drill progress of the 30,000meter drill program and new SkyTEM data property wide. With most of the initial drilling in the program focused at the TV and Jeff targets we discuss the types of rocks management is seeing in the drill core. We also look property wide to discuss some new targets and new areas of interest generated from recent surface work.
If you have any follow up questions for Quinton regarding Eskay Mining please email us at either Fleck@kereport.com or Shad@kereport.com.
Click here to read over the full news release.
Here is the recording of the recent webinar where we focus on the exploration program this year.
Interesting list of Canada’s Top 40 Miners. Thanks for posting that DT.
I have positions in 6 of them on that list: Kinross, Equinox, Alamos, Argonaut, Sierra, and Trevali.
I have more concern over the thousands of meters that have been drilled that never get assayed and its not just this company that this is affecting. I don’t like the blasé attitude that companies have that ‘eventually it will get done’. They should treat it as more of an issue than just accepting it and saying essentially ‘oh well’. are there no other options to get any info out to the market?
What would you like an tiny exploration company to do about a problem that is industry wide, caused by the results of a pandemic and how the governments responded while at the same time having record demand for those services.
Any suggestions? I imagine crickets…
Not sure why your comment was signaled out.
Hard to imagine how KL McGoo bungled this project. Right up there with his bungling of Balmoral. Both in a short period of time.
Although most people here myself included like more exploration juniors, developers, and smaller producers, I still found this interesting. Ranking Canada’s top 40 Miners, I was surprised to find a potash company at the top of the list, but that is because I don’t follow the majors.