Oklo has identified potential extensions to mineralisation at the Seko S1 trend with channel sampling returning high-grade gold hits of up to 5.87g/t gold.

The prospective samples were located at the Bembala North prospect about 1.1km along strike from the recently discovered Koko South prospect where first pass aircore drilling had returned intercepts of 18m at 2.05 grams per tonne (g/t) gold from 9m including 3m at 11g/t gold and 12m at 2.33g/t gold from 48m.

Notably, samples of sheared breccia from the prospect show similarities to the mineralised host rocks at SK1 and Koko, raising the potential to extend the Seko S1 trend to 4.5km.

Oklo Resources (ASX:OKU) has now upgraded Bembala North to a priority resource growth target that will be drill tested as part of the current program.

The resource drilling program at the Dandoko project in Mali is aimed at expanding current resources of 11.3 million tonnes grading 1.83g/t gold for 668,500oz of contained gold.

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Panoramic view looking towards the north east of the Seko Gold System MRE location and potential extensions south to Koko South and Bembala North. Pic: Supplied

Dandoko project

Dandoko covers about 500sqkm of highly prospective ground within Mali’s Kenieba Inlier and is just 30km east of B2Gold’s 7.1Moz Fekola Mine and 50km south-southeast of Barrick’s 17.9Moz Loulo-Gounkoto mining complex.

Recent drilling at the Disse prospect returned high-grade results such as 6m at 13.05g/t gold including 1m at 39.9g/t gold that highlighted the potential to add both grade and scale to the project.

Oklo’s current 9,000m drilling program will cover priority targets such as Disse, SK1, Seko and now Bembala North.

 

 

 

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

 

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