Pershimco Resources Inc. (TSXV:PRO) provided investors with the details of its 2013 strategic exploration and development plans. The company’s overview provided updates on the Panama Cerro Quema project including the January – June drill program of 14,000 metres of drilling.
As quoted in the press release:
At the Company’s wholly owned Cerro Quema Project in Panama, the first half of 2013 will be focused on maintaining the same aggressive drilling pace as last year. The first half of the planned 14,000 drill program will involve further resource definition drilling on the Quema/Quemita and La Pava deposits. Meanwhile, following last year’s successful airborne geophysics survey, numerous additional targets have been discovered within the Company’s 15,000 ha concession package. Pershimco’s ground IP team, which completed its work on the Quema/Quemita deposit just before Christmas, has recently begun working on these prospective new targets. The closest Idaida target is being prepared and line cutting will then take place to the East to cover the much larger La Pelona target.
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