Drilling begins at BynoeKSN - May 29, 2017
- Drilling underway at Kingston’s Bynoe Project
- Drilling approvals in place for Cai, Lei, Bao, Liana and Min prospects
Kingston Resources (ASX:KSN) is pleased to announce that it has commenced drilling at the Bynoe Project, southwest of Darwin in the Northern Territory. The initial program of up to 4,000m of RC drilling is expected to take up to four weeks, with results expected within two to three weeks of completion.
Drilling is planned at the Cai, Lei, Bao, Liana and Min Prospects. As previously stated, these targets were identified by Kingston’s surface sampling programs and have been further refined by geophysical interpretation of aeromagnetic and radiometric data.
“After a long wet season, Kingston is thrilled to be on the ground starting our initial drill program at Bynoe”, commented Kingston’s Managing Director Andrew Corbett. “This is an important milestone for the project and we are looking forward to reporting results as they come through”.
In conjunction with this initial drilling program, Kingston also intends to recommence surface geochemical surveys to follow up on anomalies identified in last year’s programs, and to test areas of interest identified from the recent airborne geophysical survey.