Integra Resources Corp. (TSXV: ITR) has intersected 1.66 g/t AuEq over 397 m, expanding continuity of a new high-grade structure at the Sullivan Gulch structure at the DeLamar Project located in southwestern Idaho.
The latest drill results continue to demonstrate the size and magnitude of the low-grade disseminated gold-silver zone at Sullivan Gulch along with the potential for resource growth, including drill hole IDE-22-229 which was drilled 320 m from the pit constrained resource at Sullivan Gulch.
Intercepts in drill hole IDE-22-228 also continue to demonstrate the continuity of the newly discovered high-grade gold-silver structure that trends Northwest and dips Northeast. Drill hole IDE-22-228 now includes both the highest-grade silver intercept at DeLamar and the longest interval of low-grade mineralisation to date at the Project.
“Along with intersecting the thickest continuous gold-silver intercept to date on the Project at a grade of approximately twice the average grade of the deposit, the drill hole announced today further establishes the continuity of the recently discovered high-grade zone at Sullivan Gulch,” President and CEO, George Salamis, said.
“This new high-grade gold-silver discovery, residing within this large low-grade gold-silver zone, has been expanded through additional intercepts reported today, including 9.00 g/t Au and 491 g/t Ag over 1.52 M and 2.33 g/t Au and 184.02 g/t Ag (4.70 g/t AuEq) over 11.58 m, among others.
“These high-grade intervals occur along the new Northeast dipping structure above the recently announced discovery, suggesting the presence of multiple, high-grade structures that trend Northwest and dip Northeast at multiple depths over a strike length of at least 200 m,” noted
“Exploration results like those reported today, both low-grade and high-grade, are further evidence that while the Company marches forward to permitting and development, the upside potential at DeLamar remains very relevant. We look forward to continued drilling at DeLamar while work continues in support of mine permitting.”
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