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Mining Company Announces Drilling Plans for Gold Project in Spain

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Emerita Resources Corp’s Nuevo Tintillo project is set to see exciting developments as the company advances plans for drilling on the property in the third or fourth quarter of 2023. While the company cannot at this time announce a specific date for drilling, it expects drilling to take place in September.

According to Emerita, the drilling at Nuevo Tintillo is intended to target six points on the west side of the property over 3,000m.

Joaquin Merino, the President of Emerita, commented, “We are excited to see the results of the initial Nuevo Tintillo drill campaign. Our technical team has worked diligently to identify high-potential drill targets. The area has abundant evidence of base metal mineralization in surface outcrops as well as small historical mines and is situated on trend from large VMS deposits such as the Rio Tinto mine, Aznalcollar mine, and Cobre Las Cruces mine. This is the first modern exploration evaluation that we are aware of for this highly prospective property.”

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The press release also reported that past advancements on the part of Emerita include geophysical surveys over the property, which indicated the west side of the project as a prospective location of mineralization, as well as a gravimetric survey intended to identify sulfide deposits.


Source: Streetwise reports

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