Gold intersections at the emerging Disse structure have now confirmed both open cut and massive underground potential.

These results comprise a further 10 reverse circulation and three diamond holes at Disse, where high-grade primary gold has been intersected such as – 5m at 19.08 g/t gold from 109m, 2m at 47.04 g/t gold from 112m, 1m at 87.50 g/t gold from 113m, and 2m at 7.02 g/t gold from 63m.

Another six holes drilled at Diesse North has revealed a potential parallel high-grade structure 300m north of the main Disse trend with the result of 1m at 23 g/t gold from 40m.

“Excellent results”

Oklo Resources (ASX:OKU) managing director Simon Taylor says these “excellent results” confirm Disse as an emerging high-grade target with both open cut and underground potential.

“The latest high-grade gold result of 5m at 19.08g/t is from the central part of the host structure, which correlates well with the high-grade gold intersected in the adjacent drill sections.”

This concludes the resource expansion drilling program at Seko, Taylor said, with final assay results expected during March.

What’s next?

All new results are located below or outside the current MRE with modelling underway to investigate potential open cut and underground resource growth opportunities from the narrow but high-grade Disse system.

Drill planning is ongoing for resource growth opportunities and to follow-up the new discoveries at Sari and Kandiole while technical (scoping) and environmental studies are well advanced.




This article was developed in collaboration with Oklo Resources, a Stockhead advertiser at the time of publishing.


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