provided an exploration update on field-based exploration activities at its copper and gold projects in Queensland, Australia.
Most notably, the exploration company uncovered high-grade rock samples of up to 23.4% copper at their Copper Dome Porphyry Copper Project in Central Queensland, alongside 3.2 grams per ton gold and 952 grams per ton silver.
The strongly anomalous copper-in-soil returned up to 779ppm copper and that same anomalism stretches over the southern and western limits of the area.
Following these promising results, Rockfire Resources has undertaken additional soil sampling at the Copper Dome Project.
Whether this further testing reveals more resources will be a central consideration for Rockfire Resources when deciding if to exercise their option to acquire Copper Dome. This option expires on 23 May 2019.
Additionally, the company also announced they are awaiting lab results for gold analyses from samples collected at both their Double Event and Cardigan Dam prospects in Queensland, Australia.
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