Arrow Minerals Ltd (ASX:AMD) has discovered five new anomalous gold targets from detailed geochemical surveying over the 10-kiometre Sanguie-Semapoun structural corridor of the Vranso Project in Burkina Faso.
The anomalies were further confirmed with historical soil samples provided by joint venture partner Trevali Mining Corp (TSX:TV), and are believed to be sub-parallel systems, each hosted over more than 2 kilometres of strike.
Further geochemical exploration
The gold anomalous geochemical corridor remains open to the north and south, prompting Arrow to expand its soil sampling program to assess outcrops and areas with shallow coverage for further mineralisation.
Coupled with available regional auger geochemistry information, the company intends to create a comprehensive geochemical map of the prospective Paleoproterozoic Birimian Greenstones within the Vranso Project area.
With the new data, Arrow will advance its drill target development and hopefully delineate further gold anomalies for testing.
About Arrow Minerals
Arrow Minerals is a West African gold exploration company with a principal focus on Burkina Faso, Africa’s fastest emerging gold producing country.
The company is rapidly progressing a portfolio of high-quality exploration projects with a record of recent discoveries made within a short space of time.
Arrow applies three critical components to exploration success; a capable and experienced team, high-quality projects, and aggressive modern systematic exploration techniques.