Playfair is planning a core drilling program on its large (201 square kilometers) 100% owned RKV Copper Project in South Central Norway. Playfair has delineated seven drill targets and has filed Drill Notifications with the Norwegian Directorate of Mining (six are approved to date).
The seven drill targets are shown on the attached map and were previously described: Storboren (November 07, 2019 and December 05, 2019 News Releases), Sæterfjellet, (January 06, 2021 News Release), Kletten North and Kletten South (January 28, 2021 News Release), Røstvangen Northeast and Røstvangen Southwest (February 17, 2021 News Release) and Rødalen (March 11, 2021 News Release).
The drill targets are MMI (Mobile Metal Ion) copper anomalies discovered by sampling target areas generated by Windfall Geotek’s proprietary Computer Aided Resources Detection System (CARDS).
All seven drill targets show compelling coherent MMI Cu anomalies with multiple MMI Cu values greater than 6,000 ppb. The highest value recorded was 53,300 ppb MMI Cu. A short MMI Report by SGS states that values greater than 6,000 ppb MMI Cu “are likely to be associated with weathering copper sulphides.”
A presentation on the drilling plans can be found at the following direct link: RKV Drill Plans or on Playfair’s website.
The technical contents of this release were approved by Greg Davison, PGeo, a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.
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