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Rumble Resources’ pipeline of high-grade gold projects

July 22, 2020

Rumble Resources’ pipeline of high-grade gold projects

The uptick in gold signifies a period of strong organic growth for Australian mineral explorers, Rumble Resources (ASX: RTR).  Technical Director Brett Keillor is a two time winner of AMEC’s Prospector of the Year, having discovered multiple gold deposits that have since become mines for major companies – Resolute and Independence Group. 

The uptick in gold signifies a period of strong organic growth for Australian mineral explorers, Rumble Resources (ASX: RTR). 

Technical Director Brett Keillor is a two time winner of AMEC’s Prospector of the Year, having discovered multiple gold deposits that have since become mines for major companies – Resolute and Independence Group. 

Rumble’s current focus is a major 12,000m drilling program at the Western Queen high-grade gold Project. In a recent drill program announced by the company, they have extended the high-grade gold below the Western Queen Central Deposit to almost 500m, confirming continuous high-grade gold and the potential for resource extensions.

Fuelled by a strong cash position after overshooting on a recent $6 million capital raise, Rumble has 4 additional de risked exploration projects in the project pipeline: 

  • June quarter: A joint venture with IGO drilling nickel, copper and gold targets at Tier 1 Fraser Range Province
  • September 2020: A joint venture with AIC Mines drilling gold and copper targets in the Tier 1 Patterson Province
  • September 2020: Follow up drilling of identified large-scale gold, copper and silver targets at Munarra Gully
  • October 2020: Follow up drilling of large-scale zinc, lead and silver discoveries at Earaheedy

 

Watch the video to hear more about Rumbles Resources from Managing Director, Shane Sikora.

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Recorded on 22 July 2020 at 12 pm.


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