Arras Minerals: Advancing Copper-Gold Assets in Kazakhstan
Arras Minerals Corp. (TSX.V: ARK) has recently released assay results from its ongoing drill program at the Beskauga copper-gold deposit and surrounding area in northeastern Kazakhstan, announcing long intercepts of continuous copper-gold mineralization. These results have defined a high-grade zone that dips to the SSW and further suggest that the Beskauga ore body is much larger than previously recognized in the NI43-101 report.
Holes Bg22014 and Bg22017 were drilled 3.2 kilometres to the south of the main Beskauga deposit and show widespread low-grade gold and copper mineralization, suggesting another mineralizing system close by. The mineralizing system at Beskauga South is not yet well understood, but the presence of broad zones of low-grade gold mineralization punctuated by high-grade zones suggests there is potential for a bulk mineable target. The company believes that mineralization remains open both laterally and at depth.
These latest results demonstrate Arras Minerals Corp.’s continued progress in the exploration and development of the Beskauga copper-gold deposit and its surrounding areas.